The Jakarta Post
Room interior at Harris Suites Puri Mansion in West Jakarta. (instagram.com/harrishotels/File)
Hotel chain operator Tauzia Hotels is set to expand its properties to various provinces in October and the second quarter of 2021.
Tauzia Hotels’ chief operating officer Patrick Vaysse said it planned to open its upper midscale hotel, Harris Suites, in Kembangan district, West Jakarta, in early October. The hotel will have a total of 192 rooms and seven meeting rooms with a capacity of up to 810 people.
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In the second quarter of 2021, the hotel chain operator will launch three hotels, namely Pesona Alam Garden View in Bogor, West Java, and its midscale hotels Yello in Bali's Kuta Beach and in Jambi.
“The Pesona Alam Garden View will have 166 rooms and provide all-day dining,” said Vaysse during a press conference on Sept. 3, adding that Yello Hotel Kuta Beach and Yello Hotel in Jambi would have 147 and 154 rooms, respectively.
The hotel openings will join the growing list of Tauzia hotels after the launch of Fox Harris Hotel Pangkal Pinang in Bangka Belitung in March, Fox Lite Hotel Royal Bay Makassar in South Sulawesi in May and Fox Hotel Jayapura in Papua in August.
Given the unpredictable situation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tauzia Hotels has developed its network in Asia by securing contracts for seven new properties in several cities in Indonesia and Vietnam with more than 1,200 rooms. It also aims to extend its operations to other countries within Southeast Asia, such as Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.
“This year has been quite exceptional in terms of growth mainly because there’s a shift away from some other operators and also from individually managed hotels to us,” said Tauzia Hotels’ chief of business development Armand Steinmeyer.
In regard to guests’ safety and health during their stay, Tauzia Hotels launched the Ascott Cares commitments in July featuring nine elements, including staff, guest safety, housekeeping and food and beverages. One of its implementations is a contactless check-in kiosk in its Yello Hotels that will be launched soon. The kiosk will allow guests to check in without having to stop by the receptionist.
Established in 2001, Tauzia Hotels runs 133 hotels with varied concepts, such as Vertu, Harris, Yello, Fox and Pop!. (wng)
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