Best Western Plus Makassar Beach launched in Indonesia

Best Western International announced its expansion in Indonesia with the opening of the company's first ever hotel on the island of Sulawesi.

Located in the island's main international gateway city and commercial capital, Makassar, the Best Western Plus Makassar Beach is an upscale hotel. Set on the main Jalan Botolempangan, which is home to a variety of restaurants and food stalls, the hotel is just minutes from Losari Beach.

Best Western Plus Makassar Beach has 162 rooms, including nine suites, ranging from 291 square feet to 667 square feet. All rooms come equipped with such modern amenities as 32-inch LED TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, alarm clocks, and complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity.

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The property’s amenities include: semi-outdoor swimming pool, and the pool bar.

For dining, the property offers the “Chill In Restaurant,” which offers local Indonesian and Western cuisine; and the De Corner Lounge, which serves up a range of fine wines and spirits.

For corporate guests, the hotel has 12 meeting rooms with a capacity of 150 delegates, all supported by audio-visual equipment and a business center.

Best Western Plus Makassar Beach joins Best Western's existing portfolio of 12 hotels across Indonesia, including locations in Bali, Jakarta, Semarang and Malang. Following the Sulawesi launch, Best Western also plans to expand into other areas of the Indonesian archipelago including Sumatra and Kalimantan. 

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