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SIH&R operates 43 hotels around Indonesia partners Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts has signed a partnership agreement with Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts that will add a growing network of hotels in one of’s top selling countries in Southeast Asia.

Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts currently operates 43 hotels around Indonesia, including seven on Bali, in four brand categories. The group also plans to open an additional 22 hotels before the end of 2012 including the Amaris Hotel Singapore, Santika Indonesia’s first overseas property. Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, said: “We are very proud to welcome Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts to our growing portfolio of hotel partners. Their addition is important as Indonesia, and Bali in particular, is a top selling destination on

“Adding the group as a key hotel partner will offer customers a larger selection and better choice of hotels around Indonesia than ever before. Santika Indonesia’s schedule for new hotel openings is particularly impressive as it covers many of the country’s most popular travel destinations for both domestic and international travellers.”

Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts Corporate Director of E-Commerce, Andy Khen said: “The opportunity to partner with opens up an immediate new global audience to our fast growing network of hotels as we launch our expansion outside of Indonesia.  In addition to’s outstanding Asian customer base, their reputation in Europe and beyond is very impressive indeed.

“We believe that our partnership with will expand our reach into new customer segments,” Mr Khen added.

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