Ibis Styles Malang has opened in historic Malang in East Java. To celebrate, the hotel will offer a special introductory rate of IDR 488.000 nett, including breakfast for two people, through 31 March 2014.
Located only 15 minutes from Malang Kotabaru Train Station and 25 minutes from Malang's Abdul Rahman Saleh Airport, Ibis Styles Malang was designed with environmental sustainability in mind.
Environmentally-friendly features include low-energy light bulbs, water-saving fixtures, and recycling facilities.
In addition, the hotel participates in Plant for the Planet, Accor's innovative towel and linen reuse programme, which has financed the planting of over 3 million trees since 2009.
The ibis Styles Malang has 150 rooms, offering three room types: standard double bed, standard twin bed, deluxe with 3-seater sofa, and deluxe suite.
Amenities include a minibar, a tea-coffee maker, and free Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the hotel.
Ibis Styles is an Accor Hotels 'all inclusive' brand offering packages that include room, all you can eat breakfast buffets, and broadband Internet connection.
Hotels in this category are targeted at budget-minded travelers with a cutting edge sense of style.
Food and Beverage
There is a restaurant serving local dishes, other Asian specialties, and international cuisine. All you can eat buffet breakfasts are included in the price of the room.
There is also a Lobby Lounge, four modern meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 250 people, a swimming pool, a gym, a kids corner, and ramp access for wheelchairs.
"We recognize the increasing demand for international-standard accommodation with premium facilities and services at an affordable price throughout Indonesia, especially in up-and-coming cities like Malang',” says Gerard Guillouet, Senior Vice President, Accor Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore.
“We are optimistic that ibis Styles Malang will attract both domestic and international travelers visiting this beautiful, historic city in East Java.''
The second-largest city in East Java, Malang has a colourful history dating back to the 17th century.
Malang is an emerging gateway for foreign and domestic travelers looking for cultural attractions such as Hindu relics and heritage Dutch colonial architecture.
The city is also an ideal launchpad for excursions to Mount Bromo, an active volcano and one of East Java's most popular tourist attractions.
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