Aston International, the largest international hotel operator in Indonesia, announces today two new developments for the Aston hotel brand for the country – Aston Paramount Serang and Aston Paramount Malang.
“With sustained economic growth and significant investment in infrastructure leading to increased volumes for business travel and continued international and domestic leisure travel strength, opportunities persist for quality upscale hotel developments in Indonesia”, says Norbert Vas, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Aston International. “We are delighted to announce these two new hotels in cooperation with the Paramount Group who also owns the already widely popular Aston Paramount Serpong Hotel & Conference Center”, added Mr. Vas.
The Aston Paramount Malang is due to open in April 2013 and will be a contemporary, international standard 4 star hotel and conference center with 173 rooms and suites and a complete range of facilities befitting of a superior 4 star property.
Malang is the second largest city in Indonesia’s province of East Java and has a population of approximately 830 000. The city is famous for its cool air and the surrounding country regions of Tumpang, Batu, Singosari, and Turen and is often lovingly referred to as the “Paris of East Java.”
The Aston Serang, also due to open in April 2013, will offer 160 rooms and suites and multiple function and conference rooms featuring state of the art meeting & conference technology. The hotel will occupy a prime location the heart of the city and was conceptualized to serve an ever increasing demand for quality accommodations and to develop into Serang’s premier conference hotel.
Serang is in the North of the Banten Province in West Java and serves as the provincial capital of Banten. The city has a population of 580 000 and is located just about 75 km from Jakarta and sometimes considered as amalgamated with the Greater Jakarta area. Serang will also be the vantage point of the proposed Sunda Straight Bridge.
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