Best Western Opens Premier Hotel in Greater Jakarta

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Best Western has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Indonesia, with the opening of a new hotel in the Greater Jakarta region.

Best Western Premier The Hive hotel is located in East Jakarta, close to the bustling Cawang business district and Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, which recently opened to commercial flights.

The 191 rooms and suites are spread over 15 floors, with sizes ranging from 32m for a Superior Twin to almost 80m for a Suite.

Offering either pool or city views, all rooms come equipped with large LED televisions, plush beds and free Wi-Fi, while the suites will also feature premium coffee machines.

Corporate guests are well catered for, with choice of seven meeting rooms seating between 20 and 300 guests, plus a fully-equipped business center.

The hotel serves international cuisine at the Heather Resto restaurant, and offers guests an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center and Bhuvana Spa.

Indonesia is one of Best Western Internationals fastest-growing markets and I am delighted to be able to add yet another excellent hotel to our portfolio in this exciting country, said Glenn de Souza, Best Western International's Vice President of International Operations for Asia & Middle East.

Following the launch of Best Western Premier The Hive, Best Western International now has a portfolio of 11 hotels in Indonesia, including two Best Western Premier properties. The company has plans to add a further 20 hotels across the country in the coming years.

Best Western, Jakarta, Indonesia

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