IBIS, a trailblazer in the economy hotel sector since 1974, has unveiled its latest address in Surabaya, Indonesia. The newly opened ibis Surabaya Tidar offers a vibrant hotel that is open to all, in one of the country’s most active commercial hubs.
According to Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea said nestled within the financial district and accessible to major points of interest, ibis Surabaya Tidar is sure to become a popular option for those visiting the nearby government offices, universities, hospitals and the iconic Tunjungan Plaza.
“Upon arrival, guests will be instantly welcomed into a stylish lobby area which also features a bar, enabling guests and locals to meet up to dine, drink or socialise. Loca Loca, a casual all-day dining restaurant, will set the tempo with a casual home feel, serving up local and Asian dishes include the Korean and Japanese favourite street foods,” he said.
Boasting 108 stylish rooms, he continued that designed with a monochrome colour palate, the hotel offers a modern and relaxed atmosphere to travellers from all corners of the world. We are thrilled to continue growing our portfolio in Surabaya as we open the ibis Surabaya Tidar.
“The hotel will follow the success of our twelve Accor properties which we have established in East Java. ibis Surabaya Tidar joins our strong network of 1,200 ibis hotels across 65+ countries, and will benefit from the brand’s enormous recognition across the world,” he remarked.
ibis Surabaya Tidar supports government initiatives such as #BanggaBuatanIndonesia and #BeliKreatifLokal campaigns through the use of curated local products, produced by local suppliers across various enterprises.
“Experience ibis Surabaya Tidar with an attractive opening offer until 31 December 2022 from IDR470.000 net/night with daily breakfast for two. At ibis Surabaya Tidar, guests can take advantage of Accor’s loyalty program ALL – Accor Live Limitless, a lifestyle loyalty program which provides access to rewards, services and experience,” Garth Simmons concluded. [traveltext.id]