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Indonesian Developer SSIA Adding 4,000 Rooms

Category: Hotels, Posted:27 Nov 2012 | 06:00 am

Listed Indonesian development company PT Surya Semesta Internusa are set to invest in 35 new budget hotels in the country.
According to news in the Jakarta Post the group, which owns upscale Gran Melia branded hotels in Jakarta and Bali is making a strategic decision to focus domestic oriented low-cost properties.
There currently is a rash of new brand roll out's in the booming Indonesian budget sector and I will be interesting to see what happens once the dust settles after a massive influx of new supply.

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Category: Tourism, Posted:24 Sep 2021 | 13:40 pm Next Tuesday join C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications for an in-depth look at Vietnam’s return of the international marketplace. Vietnam’s tourism and hotel market is focused an upcoming ‘Sandbox-style’ reopening for international travel. With the Vietnamese resort island of Phu Quoc taking center stage in a proof of concept, the hospitality industry in this […]
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Manic Monday. No Rain, No Rainbows

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After The Sandbox – Phuket Hotels Ask What’s Next?

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