Swiss-Belhotel International, currently has a portfolio of 75 operating hotels in Indonesia and continues its success with seven new properties scheduled to be launched by 2023. With the latest additions to the global hospitality chain’s portfolio, the Group’s footprint will grow to an incredible 82-property presence in the country.
The new properties will be a medium to add on Brand presence of the three-star Swiss-Belcourt brand, the four-star Swiss-Belhotel brand and the four star Swiss-Belresort brand. These will be located in various cities across the archipelago including Kupang, Makassar, Nusa Penida - Bali, Biak, Central Java and Jakarta.
Mr. Gavin M. Faull, Swiss-Belhotel International’s Chairman and President, said “Indonesia has been critical in the global development of the Group. Our rapid growth and strong presence in Indonesia confirms the commitment of Swiss-Belhotel International to Indonesia’s economic growth and development. It re-instates our trust in the country that dates back 30 years and continues till to date and beyond. We recognised the potential of Indonesia early on and have been one of the most progressive and dynamic international hotel management groups in the country, especially over the past ten years where our growth has been exponential.”
Five of the new properties will open by end of 2021 including: the 102-room Swiss-Belhotel Cendrawasih Biak; the 98-room Swiss-Belcourt Kupang; the 75-room Swiss-Belcourt Makassar; the 62 Villas and rooms – four star resort - The Gamat Bay, Nusa Penida, Bali; the 163-room Swiss-Belhotel Arjuna, Legian, Bali. The 316-room Swiss-Belhotel Kelapa Gading, Jakarta is due to open in 2022 and The 271-room Swiss-Belhotel Purwokerto will open in 2023.
Mr. Emmanuel Guillard, Swiss-Belhotel International Senior Vice President of Operations and Development commented : “We are excited to launch Swiss-Belcourt brand with two properties opening soon, shortly followed by the opening of a high-end lifestyle premium resort in Nusa Penida, and a superb four star Swiss-Belhotel in Biak, combining the modern and local aesthetics to further enhance the hospitality offering. These new properties, when added to our Indonesia portfolio, will provide affordable yet elegant accommodation for business and leisure travellers across the archipelago.”
He added, “Swiss-Belhotel International has always been diligent about the health and safety of our guests as well as our staff, therefore, we ensure that all of our hotels are applying the comprehensive hygiene and sanitizing standards following the company and government regulations. Our hotels have received the Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) certification from the Ministry of Tourism to provide security and comfort for our guests.”