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Aston Hotel Opens in Kupang

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Archipelago International has soft opened the Aston Kupang Hotel & Convention Center.

Only 20 minutes from the airport and 10 minutes to the city center, government offices and banking district, the hotel feature 179 guest rooms and suites, several of which boast ocean views that overlook Kupang Bay.

The hotel will offer guests six restaurants, including one that specializes in Chinese cuisine, as well as a sky lounge with ocean views.

For business and leisure, guests can enjoy the hotel's swimming pool, fitness center and spa.

The hotel also has 5 meeting rooms and a grand ballroom that can accommodate up to 1500 persons.

Aston Kupang Hotel & Convention Center will bring a breath of fresh air to Kupang thanks to Aston's signature facilities and Kupang's growing international attention, said Norbert Vas, VP Sales & Marketing Archipelago International. We are confident that the hotel will become the leading 4-star accommodation in the area, and we intend to strengthen Aston's presence even further in 2014.

Kupang is the principal city and administrative capital of East Nusa Tenggara and has been serving as a gateway and principal business hub to the Eastern Lesser Sunda Islands. With its close proximity to Darwin, Kupang has also proved to be a popular port of entry for Australian tourists eager to explore the vast Indonesian archipelago.

Archipelago, Indonesia, Aston, Kupang

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