Return to our Home page Search
Click here for the hotel and hospitality news from around the globe Hotel, Travel and Hospitality Articles Videos and in-depth Interviews
CONCIERGE DESK
Read more now
Read more now
Read more now
Tune Hotel Surabaya opened.
Tuesday, 15th July 2014
Source : Red Planet Indonesia
 

Red Planet Indonesia - owner and operator of the expanding Tune Hotels portfolio in Indonesia - has just opened its seventh hotel in the country with announcements for more properties pending immediately.

The 156-room Tune Hotel Surabaya opened this week taking the company's operating hotel room count to 1,063 with six other Tune Hotels in Pasar Baru (166 rooms), Pekanbaru (140), Solo (153), Bekasi (157), Palembang (147) and Makassar with 144 rooms.

PT Red Planet Indonesia Tbk President Director, Suwito.

4Hoteliers Image LibraryImportantly, growth plans for PT Red Planet Indonesia Tbk do not cease there. Final negotiations relating to a minimum of four more sites in the Greater Jakarta region are in advanced stages with formal announcements expected in the coming weeks.

These four sites form a major facet of a longer-term expansion plan to announce a minimum of 20 more hotels in the next 24 months by PT Red Planet Indonesia Tbk.

Tune Hotels is the value-for-money hotel chain launched by visionary Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes to accompany his hugely successful and multi-award winning low-cost airline, Air Asia.
 
PT Red Planet Indonesia Tbk President Director, Suwito, said the company was fully committed to the hotel and travel industry in Indonesia with the Tune Hotel brand making domestic and international travel much more affordable and accessible across the country.

"We are of the firm belief that the value-for-money, or budget, hotel sector in Indonesia has the scope for the most growth with rising domestic demand fuelling this expansion," Mr Suwito said.
4Hoteliers Image Library
Surabaya Accomodation.

"Our in-depth research strongly indicates this segment is also the most resilient sector of the hotel market in Indonesia and will remain profitable through the normal ebbs and flows of an emerging economy.
 
"Tune Hotels is without a doubt the most iconic value-for-money brand in the region and we look forward to building on the international success the brand has had."

The Tune Hotels brand now operates 43 hotels in nine countries (Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Japan, India, Australia, England, and Scotland) and has won many awards for providing quality accommodation and services. It boasts ambitious plans for further global expansion.

~ Important Notice ~
Articles appearing here contain copyright material. They are meant for your personal use and may not be reproduced or redistributed. While 4Hoteliers makes every effort to ensure accuracy, we can not be held responsible for the content nor the views expressed, which may not necessarily be those of either the original author or 4Hoteliers or its agents.

Learn more about DigiJames - in room technology
Advertisment  
 Related News  (Click title to read article)
News from around the Asia Pacific region, July 15.
Tune rocks Phuket.
Future of resort residential market in Lombok.
The Asia Pacific luxury traveller and social media - 53% of all luxury travel reviews between 2012-14.
 Latest News  (Click title to read article)
TripAdvisor adds Uber to app
Friday, 22nd August 2014

Majority of Americans say they would vacation without staying connected
Friday, 22nd August 2014

Most devoted hotel brands revealed
Friday, 22nd August 2014

European tourism - strong growth
Friday, 22nd August 2014

New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel debuts
Friday, 22nd August 2014
 Latest Articles  (Click title to read article)
Winning The Race for Guest Loyalty
Friday, 22nd August 2014

The Smart Hotelier's Guide to 2015 Digital Marketing Budget Planning
Friday, 22nd August 2014

Whatever Floats Your Boat: Accommodation Alternatives in Paris
Friday, 22nd August 2014

How to Quickly Shift Your Target Markets: Lessons on Crisis Marketing Management
Friday, 22nd August 2014

What in Hell is the USP? And Why Do You Need One? Redux
Thursday, 21st August 2014

© Copyright 4Hoteliers 2001-2014 ~ unless stated otherwise, all rights reserved.
You can read more about 4Hoteliers and our company here

Use of this web site is subject to our
terms & conditions of service and privacy policy