Best Western Mega Kuningan opens in Jakarta

Best Western International (BWI) expanded its portfolio in Jakarta, with the launch of a new hotel, the Best Western Mega Kuningan. Located in the business and commercial area of Mega Kuningan, close to several embassies and the offices of multinational companies, Best Western Mega Kuningan is in the heart of the city.

Set in a nine-story building, this midscale hotel offers contemporary accommodation for both business and leisure travelers. The 67 guest ooms and suites all come equipped with such amenities as flat-screen televisions with international satellite channels, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities, work desks and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The hotel also has the Teratai Coffee Shop, which serves light refreshments throughout the day; an outdoor swimming pool; and a meeting room that can handle up to 46 people.

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Over the next two years, BWI expects to open at least five new properties in Jakarta, under its midscale Best Western and luxury Best Western Premier products, expanding its citywide inventory to more than 1,200 rooms.

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