Indonesia’s hotel market looks promising with 124 hotels and 24,249 new rooms in its pipeline for the coming years.
The hotel market in Indonesia is growing steadily and shows great promise for the coming years. 124 projects with 24,249 rooms are currently in the pipeline.
To learn more about upcoming launches and strong growth regions in the country, we look at recent numbers from the TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION database.
A solid outlook for 2020
51 properties with 8,832 rooms are planned for 2020, meaning almost one opening a week. 2021 already has 21 new hotels lined up while 52 new projects are underway for 2022 and beyond.
Of the 124 hotels planned around Indonesia, 81 will be 4-star properties while the remaining 43 will receive five stars. This shows there is a strong trend towards high-end, luxury hotels.
Indonesia’s top 5 growth markets
For years Bali has been a highly popular destination, especially among travellers from Australia, Europe and North America. Since the area’s appeal seems to be ever-increasing, it comes as no surprise that with 27 hotels and 5,073 rooms in the pipeline, Bali is Indonesia’s fastest-growing hotel market.
The capital city of Jakarta comes in a distant second place with 18 planned openings and 3,257 new rooms. Surabaya will see 5 openings and Bandung and Bintan close out the top 5 with 4 new hotels.
Indonesia’s fastest-growing hotel brands
A part of the Indonesia-based Tauzia Hotel Management group, the Modern Harris Hotels brand is taking the lead in terms of new openings. 16 trendy hotels will bring 3,085 rooms to the local market.
Aston Hotels, a local brand which caters to upscale business and leisure travellers plans 6 openings with 776 rooms. Marriott’s aloft Hotel and Citadines apart’hotels will launch 5 properties each and Melia Hotels & Resorts has 4 projects in the pipeline.
Noteworthy projects launching in Indonesia
The largest property set to open in Indonesia is the 1,500-key Paramount Resort Lombok. Primarily designed to attract leisure travellers, the resort will offer a wide variety of entertainment options and state-of-the-art amenities including multiple pools, international and local dining outlets and wellness facilities. The resort is slated to launch by Q2, 2021.
The 204-key Westin Surabaya is another interesting project worth watching. Set on the outskirts of Surabaya, it will be conveniently located atop the Pakuwon Mall. The property is also close to the business and commercial hubs often frequented by corporate travellers. It will open by Q2 next year.
The Melia Adhiwangsa Surabaya will open in the city’s bustling downtown area by Q2 2021. 300 elegant rooms, a luxurious spa and wellness area as well as access to a golf course make this the perfect place for leisure travellers to kickback.
Finally, the SO/ Jakarta Mega Kuningan is set to become the city’s new landmark for luxury. Slated to open in early 2021, the 212-key hotel will attract travellers who value not only elegance and exclusivity but also funky design and cutting-edge technology.
Let’s have a look at the hotel project pipeline in Indonesia according to the TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION database: