News & Trends: Best New Hotel Openings in 2016

Vasa Hotel Surabayavasa-hotel

Tanly Hospitality is proud to announce the soft launching of Vasa Hotel Surabaya, the premium luxury brand in its portfolio. Vasa Hotel features a sophisticated design for a great stay experience. Nestled in a prestigious area in Surabaya, the hotel features magnificently designed guest rooms, suites and apartments, fine dining, kids club, wedding chapel, helipad, large meeting rooms, a lavish spa and relaxation area, and a state-of the-art fitness centre. Vasa Hotel offers the unique luxury of a 5-star hotel while still embodying the values of genuine hospitality. With its embrace of local culture, quality service, and easy access to the city’s highway and Surabaya’s best shopping mall and golf course, Vasa Hotel Surabaya stands out from the crowd as the ideal destination for business and leisure travellers alike.

Fairfield by Marriott Surabaya

Marriott International, Inc. introduces Fairfield by Marriott Surabaya, the first Fairfield property in Indonesia. The new hotel is a significant milestone in the brand’s expansion into the midscale hotel segment in Indonesia. The brand promises guests a stress-free stay to support productivity and maintain balance. Fairfield by Marriott is located in a new development area in west Surabaya, easily accessible by a main highway to accommodate travellers who are commuting to the outlying industrial estates from the city centre. The hotel offers 270 guest rooms and suites with modern design and comfortable workspaces to accommodate work and play. The all-day dining restaurant, Kava, serves Indonesian and Western cuisine in both buffet and a la carte options, and guests can relax while enjoying the city view. Kava Bar is the ideal spot to relax while enjoying cocktails, mocktails and fine spirits.

The Shalimarshalimar

The Shalimar is a 5-star boutique hotel located in the beautiful city of Malang, East Java. With peerless Indonesian- Dutch hospitality. The Shalimar features a colonial heritage concept that blends the famously friendly and welcoming nature of the Indonesian people with a unique Art Deco interior design. The hotel’s restaurant, De Hemel, provides a truly exquisite experience that showcases Indonesian food from the Dutch colonial era. In another corner of the hotel, Zestien Terrace and Lounge offers tempo doeloe (literally, “time of old”) dining in a semi-alfresco setting overlooking the pool. The hotel also has Soga Boutique, with ethnic and traditional handmade crafts and accessories from local designers. Other facilities include a library, De Tjakra Hall, Taman Aroem Spa, fitness centre, swimming pool and business centre. The Shalimar offers a home away from home experience, and staff members provide personal service for guests who need information about local landmarks, destinations and culinary treats.

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