Jakarta, Indonesia, July 8, 2022 / TRAVELINDEX / Accor, one of the largest international hotel operators in Southeast Asia, continues its expansion in Indonesia with the signing of Mövenpick Jakarta International Airport. The new-build airport hotel is expected to open in late 2026, bringing Swiss heritage and a rich culinary legacy to Indonesia’s hospitality scene.
Strategically located just a few kilometers away from Jakarta’s Soekarno–Hatta International Airport, Mövenpick Jakarta International Airport will welcome all types of travellers, crews, and local residents with heartfelt services and Swiss-inspired gastronomy. The hotel is situated in Tangerang City, the third-largest urban center on the western border of the Greater Jakarta metropolitan. Apart from being the main gateway to Indonesia, the city is also home to Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), the country’s largest convention center.
“Accor expects to open a further 38 hotels in the Southeast Asia region this year, 11 of which will be in Indonesia. As a rapidly booming destination, the country continues to be a robust growth market for us, where we actively explore opportunities to expand our network to provide travellers and locals with wider and more attractive options. The signing of Mövenpick Jakarta International Airport reflects our confidence in the future of Indonesia’s tourism industry. When the hotel opens, we believe that it will be a convenient base for those visiting the country,” said Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, Accor, Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea.
Featuring 310 rooms and suites in a 12-storey building, Mövenpick Jakarta International Airport is perfect for travellers seeking a warm and relaxed hotel experience. The wide range of facilities includes an all-day dining outlet, lobby bar, spa, fitness center, swimming pool, and kid’s pool. The hotel will also be equipped with 10 meeting rooms and a business center.
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts believe in making memorable moments, recognising that small gestures and attention to detail make all the difference. Founded in 1948, this premium international hotel brand is renowned for its genuine service, culinary innovation, and the signature Chocolate Hour. The Mövenpick network consists of over 100 hotels and resorts around the world.
Accor is the leading international hotel operator in Indonesia and has a growing network of 128 operating hotels and resorts across 15 brands. The Group has a strong development pipeline of 52 committed projects across the country in the next five years.
First published at TravelNewsHub.com – Global Travel News