Best Western to open property in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Best Western International’s expansion in Indonesia is picking up 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 has 162 rooms, including nine suites. All rooms come equipped with 32-inch LED TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, alarm clocks and complimentary Wi-Fi.

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

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Currently, Best Western has a portfolio of more than 200 hotels across Asia. And the company expects to increase its regional collection to 300 properties in the next few years. Best Western first launched in Asia & the Middle East in 2001 and now covers 27 countries in the region.

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