Ibis Styles opens doors in Bekasi, West Java

TD Editor

ibis Styles, Accor’s upbeat economy brand, has launched a newly built property in Bekasi, Indonesia. Located in the Grand Icon Complex, west of the city, ibis Styles Bekasi Jatibening delivers simple, trendy vibes with a unique design concept. The hotel offers easy access to three major toll roads leading to Jakarta and the Bekasi industrial area.

Bekasi is a city in West Java, located in the eastern suburb of Jakarta, and serves as a commuter city within the Jakarta Metropolitan area. In addition to being a residential area, it is experiencing a strong industrial and trade development, and as the city thrives, it will continue to develop facilities that support the community, such as traditional and modern markets, housing, schools, hospitals, etc. The position of Bekasi is also increasingly important with the access to toll roads allowing faster connections between Bandung and Jakarta.

The hotel’s design draws inspiration from its surroundings. Upon entering the lobby, guests will enjoy its hip downtown living designs, surrounded with urban industrial touches. Exposed brick, metal and wood elements set the scene for a city-styled industrial loft you’ll never want to leave.

“This opening is a good addition to Accor’s economy brands in Indonesia. We are delighted to introduce our upbeat and stylish brand with an affordable price to the dynamic city of Bekasi and we look forward to playing a role in its rapid and exciting growth,” said Garth Simmons, chief operating officer in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and South Asia at Accor.

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