The Louvre hotel Group projects to open up to 30 new hotels in Indonesia over the next three years under its upscale Golden Tulip and budget Première Classe brands.
This announcement follows the hoteliers opening of its first Indonesian hotel in Banjarmasin in late 2012. They intend to add a further six hotels to their Indonesian portfolio this year alone, growing its countrywide inventory by 1,286 rooms.
This expansion is to include three Golden Tulip hotels in luxury travel hub Bali, which will be located in Denpasar, Seminyak and Kuta, two further properties in the city of Bandung: the Golden Tulip Kalyana, Buah Batu and the five star Royal Tulip Bandung, Baros, Cimahi, as well as one property in Pontianak of West Kalimantan.
In addition to this development, the Première Classe brand has 10 hotels in the pipeline, including one of the biggest Première Classe hotels in the world to open in Bandung in 2016.
"We are delighted to be revealing our plans today for Golden Tulip and Première Classe brands in Indonesia. The strong economy and solid long-term outlook will fuel greater business opportunities and travel in the country will become greater," said Pierre-Frederic Roulot, Louvre Hotels Group Chief Executive Officer.