Sol Melia plans fifth Indonesian hotel

Sol Melia will open a five-star hotel at a new leisure development in Indonesia, its fifth hotel in the country.

Sol Meliá plans fifth Indonesian hotel
Sol Meliá plans fifth Indonesian hotel
The 300-room property will open in 2013, and is located in Surabaya, on the north coast of the island of Java.

The Meliá Adhiwangsa Surabaya will form part of a leisure development, which includes a shopping mall and golf course, both already open to the public.

Amongst the facilities provided by the hotel are a spa, swimming pool, children’s area, two restaurants and meetings and event facilities.

The hotel is owned by the Bukit Darmo Property Group and will be operated by Sol Meliá.

Gabriel Escarrer, vice chairman and chief executive officer of Sol Meliá, said: "in addition to being a major focus for development, travel destinations in Asia–Pacific such as Indonesia are also the preferred destinations of Chinese outbound travel, a market which is increasing exponentially every year".

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