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Bandung was nicknamed “the Paris of Java” by Dutch settlers in colonial times

Magnuson Hotels expands to Indonesia, adds Grand Royal Panghegar

Magnuson Hotels announced their expansion into Indonesia with the addition of the Grand Royal Panghegar Hotel in Bandung, the capital of the West Java province. Situated just 140 km Southest of Jakarta, the Grand Royal Panghegar Hotel is a 15-minute drive from Husein Sastranegara International Airport and is within walking distance of world-class shopping on Braga Street, the nearby business district, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan Merdeka, Bandung Station, Masjid Kubah Emas, museums, golf resorts, and the tropical wonder of the Parahyangan Mountains.

“Magnuson Hotels is proud to welcome Cecep Rukmana and the Grand Royal Panghegar Bandung to the Magnuson Hotels affiliation. Our entire global organization is committed to increasing this hotels’ worldwide visibility rapidly,” stated Magnuson Hotels CEO Thomas Magnuson.

Bandung, nicknamed “the Paris of Java” by Dutch settlers in colonial times, is famous for apparel, culinary treasures, and as a pleasant weekend escape from the business of Jakarta. The Grand Panghegar Hotel, 450 room four star accommodation in the city center, offers luxurious accommodations including; pool, wellness spa, shopping arcade, meeting facilities, and several dining/entertainment choices.

Guests will enjoy luxurious accommodations along with a free breakfast buffet each morning, free wireless internet, free airport shuttle service, outdoor pool with hot tub, sauna, business center with fax and copy service, restaurant that serves Indonesian, Chinese and Western dishes, room service, refreshments in the lounge, free parking onsite, concierge services and meeting spaces as well as spa services.

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