Slated to open in Q2 2024, ibis Styles Serpong BSD will be an hour’s drive away from downtown Jakarta and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, and 15 minutes from Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), the country’s largest convention centre.
It will be surrounded by major business, retail, and lifestyle centres.
This economy hotel will feature creative, and playful interiors and international facilities for business, leisure, and events.
Its 165 rooms will be equipped with the brand’s signature Sweetbed by ibis Styles. The rooms will also provide complimentary wi-fi and multimedia connectivity for guests.
The 12-storey hotel will also offer a selection of suites for guests seeking a little more space.
It will feature a grand ballroom capable of hosting up to 600 guests for corporate conferences and social occasions, supported by breakout meeting rooms and audio-visual technology.
ibis Styles Serpong BSD’s all-day restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, while the lounge will offer refreshments round the clock.
It will feature a swimming pool, a fitness centre, and a kids pool.
Owned by PT. Graha Bangun Karya, ibis Styles Serpong BSD will be managed by Accor .
The hotel’s design concept will take inspiration from Indonesia’s weaving industry and this influence will be seen across the property’s fabrics and soft furnishings.
Accor Southeast Asia, Japan, and South Korea CEO Garth Simmons said: “Indonesia is an important market for Accor, so we are delighted to collaborate with PT. Graha Bangun Karya on this exciting project. ibis Styles, with its blend of creative design and international amenities, is playing a key role in the growth of our Indonesian portfolio.
“As BSD City continues to expand and new businesses and residents flock to the area, we are confident that ibis Styles Serpong BSD will become a popular option for guests and meeting planners alike.”
Accor has over 130 hotels and a pipeline of over 50 projects across Indonesia.
ibis Styles Serpong BSD joins a portfolio of over 20 ibis Styles locations across the country.