Archipelago International opens first Hotel Neo in Malaysia

Archipelago International has opened its first Neo hotel outside of Indonesia.  The Hotel Neo+ Penang - Malaysia is located on Gurdwara Road in Georgetown, within walking distance to the New Lane Hawker Centre, as well as to the 7th Street Market, more popularly known as Chit Tiau Lor Ban San. The property is similarly located close to the Hin Bus Depot Art Centre and the UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Armenian Street and Ah Queen Street.

Hotel Neo+ Penang - Malaysia features 196 guest rooms and suites offering free Wi-Fi connectivity, LED TVs with international and local channels, home entertainment systems, tea and coffee makers, and a writing desk with universal electrical outlets. Bathrooms feature standing showers, cotton towels, and complimentary bathroom amenities.

For events, Hotel Neo+ Penang - Malaysia features four meeting rooms and two function rooms.

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Other amenities include a swimming pool and a gym, as well as a lounge and bar for private events, weddings, meetings, and exhibitions.

Archipelago International is an Indonesian hotel operator with a portfolio of more than 90 hotels and 12,000 rooms. It has has a development pipeline exceeding 100 properties in Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia. Archipelago International hotels operate under the hotel brands Grand Aston, Aston, Aston City, Alana, Harper, Quest, Quest Vibe, favehotels, NEO and Kamuela.

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