Premier Inn signs four hotels in Indonesia

Premier Inn, UK-based budget hotel group, has signed another four hotels in Indonesia, as its regional expansion strategy continues.

The new signings will see Premier Inn hotels rise in Bali, Bandung, Jakarta and Sentul, and bring the company’s total Indonesian pipeline to 14 properties comprising more than 1,900 rooms.

“We have started 2015 with a bang by entering into development agreements for another four hotels throughout Indonesia,” said Erik van Keulen, senior vice president of development for Premier Inn Asia Pacific. “We believe Asia Pacific has strong economic growth potential, and we are excited to see these four hotels added to our already strong pipeline”

Premier Inn plans to operate 50 hotels in Southeast Asia, India and the Middle East by 2018 (photo by Tupungato)
Premier Inn plans to operate 50 hotels in Southeast Asia, India and the Middle East by 2018 (photo by Tupungato)

Premier Inn’s first Indonesian hotel, Premier Inn Bandung, is expected to open in the second half of 2015. The hotel will offer 115 rooms and a 500-pax capacity ballroom.

Then in late 2016 the company will launch the 153-room Premier Inn Sentul in West Java, and 2017 will see the launch of the 120-room Premier Inn Bali Legian and 84-room Premier Inn Jakarta Gajah Mada.

All Premier Inn rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.

The company has already unveiled plans to open the 300-room Premier Inn Singapore Beach Road in 2016, which will mark the company’s debut in Singapore. In total, Premier Inn expects to expand its collection of hotels in Southeast Asia, India and the Middle East from eight to 50 by 2018.

Currently more than 670 Premier Inn hotels operate globally, mostly in the UK.

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