Tuesday, December 23, 2008

JW Marriott Hotel Medan Welcomes Guests on Sumatra

JW Marriott Hotel Medan opened its doors this week on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, making it Marriott International, Inc.’s first branded property on the island and its fourth in the country. The hotel operates under a management agreement with Kurnia Tetap Mulia with Joe Masi as General Manager and Nenden Rukasah as Director of Marketing.

Marking the occasion, the hotel is offering an introductory promotion rate of US$89 ++ for double occupancy from now through March 31, 2009, excluding January 23 – February 1, 2009, for the Chinese New Year celebration. The package includes breakfast buffet at the Marriott Café. For families, the package allows up to two children to stay free. Reservations can be made at marriott.com, through the hotel directly at +62 61 455 3333, through a travel professional or by calling the local Marriott International toll-free phone line around the world.

Medan is Indonesia’s third largest city and boasts several tourist attractions such as its 19th century colonial architectural marvel, the Grand Mosque Al Mansun, and Temple Gunung Timur, one of the country’s largest Buddhist temples. Located above B&G Tower, JW Marriott Hotel Medan is ideally situated in the center of the city’s busy business district and is only six kilometers from Polonia International Airport. Its 282 rooms and five suites are located on 27 floors where guests can enjoy a magnificent view of the city. Each room offers luxurious bedding, mini-bar, flat-panel TV and connectivity to plug and play iPods and other personal devices. The hotel features three executive levels with two private meeting rooms.

The hotel is equipped with six flexible function rooms, the largest of which is the JW Grand Ballroom that is 20,000 square feet and can accommodate up to 1,200 people. Smaller rooms can be customized to seat 35 – 250 people. Professional planners are available to assist guests with every type of gathering, from weddings to conferences.

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