favehotel doubles up in Makassar

favehotels feature modern rooms with free Wi-Fi
favehotels feature modern rooms with free Wi-Fi

Indonesia’s Archipelago International has continued to expand its favehotel brand across the country, with the opening of a second property in Makassar.

The budget brand made its debut in Sulawesi’s largest city last year with the opening of the favehotel Daeng Tompo. And it has now doubled its Makassar footprint with the launch of the favehotel Panakkukang.

Located close to the city centre, 35 minutes’ drive from Losari Beach and 15 minutes from the airport, the new favehotel offers 110 rooms, all featuring flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. The hotel also includes a restaurant and several meeting rooms.

“Makassar has become one of Southeast Asia’s most prominent cities and the dominant trading centre of Eastern Indonesia,” said John Flood, president & CEO of Archipelago International.  “Makassar remains a major crossroads for shipping and trade, and is perfect destination for a super clean, modern, fun and inexpensive hotels like fave.”

Archipelago launched the favehotel brand in 2009 and has since rolled it out to 34 locations, including Jakarta, Bali, Lombok, Bandung, Surabaya and Yogyakarta.

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