Hotel Indonesia Group Targets 100 Hotels 2019

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Wednesday, September 20 2017 - 22:38 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id -Jakarta- PT Hotel Indonesia Group targets to manage 100 hotels by 2019 by establishing its own network.

"We set up our own network in order to compete with international hotel network in the country We want to host in our own country," said President Director of PT Hotel Indonesia Natour Iswandi Sahid BUMN on the sidelines of Indonesia Business and Development Expo (IBD Expo) in Jakarta, Wednesday (20/9/217)

To realize the target, continued Iswandi, PT Hotel Indonesia Group will embrace state-owned companies and enterprises that have business units hotel.

Currently, Hotel Indonesia Group consisting of 46 hotels consists of 7 hotels Patra Jasa (a subsidiary of Pertamina), 7 hotels Aero Wisata (a subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia) and 14 Hotel Indonesia Natour. Furthermore, 9 hotels belong to Pawnshop (Pesonna Hotels), one hotel belonging to Taman Wisata Candi (Manohara Hotel Borobudur) and also five hotels belonging to PT Jakarta Tourisindo joined in Hotel Indonesia Group.

"We want to exist in every district from Sabang to Merauke, whether one to five star hotels," he said as quoted by Antara.

He said the Hotel Indonesia Group brings the concept of culture and local culinary typical of Indonesia's international standard.

In addition, he said that the Hotel Indonesia Group is standardizing its star hotels.

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