Holiday Inn Express Semarang Simpang Lima Hotel is the first expansion by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) in Indonesia, following Holiday Inn Express Phuket Patong Beach Central, Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Siam , Holiday Inn Express Singapore Orchard Road and soon to be open Holiday Inn Express Clarke Quay Singapore. Holiday Inn Express Hotel concept offers guests a comfortable stay at an affordable priced reliability and quality global hotel brand in a convenient location.
Located in Semarang, Holiday Inn Express Hotel Indonesia is the centre of Central Java’s cosmopolitan capital city famous shopping, dining and entertainment district, offering business, leisure and domestic travellers en-route between Jakarta and Surabaya, a refreshing stay with comfortable high quality bedding, power shower massage showerhead, Free fast Wi-Fi and Free Express Start™ Breakfast or Grab & Go breakfast and Self-service business centre and laundry room.
The 198-room Holiday Inn Express Semarang Simpang Lima is close to Semarang’s key business districts and government offices, popular shopping street, Jalan Pandanaran, shop souvenirs, visit Semarang’s top tourist spots like Chinatown and historical colonial buildings in the old town, just 15-minute drive from Ahmad Yani International Airport, Indonesia.
Holiday Inn Express Semarang Hotel in Simpang Lima opening special rate for room stay, free Wi-Fi and breakfast is from IDR361,250 (USD38) per night for bookings from now until 31 March 2014. To explore Holiday Inn Express hotels and to make a booking, visit www.holidayinnexpress.com.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) Holiday Inn Express Semarang Simpang Lima Indonesia, Holiday Inn Express Phuket Patong Beach Central, Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Siam and Holiday Inn Express Singapore Orchard Road offers global branding quality hotel stay in the most central locations at an affordable price. Twenty Holiday Inn Express hotels will open across South East Asia over the next five years in Thailand (one), Indonesia (twelve), Singapore (one) and Malaysia (two).