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Indonesia gets first Accor premier Vacation Club
Mimi Hudoyo, Jakarta  (2005-12-05)

ACCOR is to launch the first Accor premier Vacation Club (APVC) property in Indonesia in Bali.

APVC is an Australian joint venture company between Accor and Becton, a development and property company. The group owns holiday vacation properties throughout Australia, but this is the first investment by this Australian company in Asia.

Accor Asia Pacific managing director, Mr Michael Issenberg, said: "The APVC apartments will be part of the new (200-unit) Novotel Residence Nusa Dua Bali complex, scheduled for completion in mid-2006.

"APVC will invest A$5.3 million (US$4 million) in the development of 23 apartments, which will be available for its members in Australia."

Speaking to the Indonesian media during the launch of Accor Press Club in Jakarta recently, Mr Issenberg said the Novotel Nusa Dua Bali and the APVC project was part of Accor's major expansion of Indonesian network.

The group next year will open five new properties - three Novotel and two Mercure brands in the country. The other four projects are the 175-room Novotel Tarakan(East Kalimantan), 150-room Novotel Bandung (West Java), 160-room Mercure Batam, and Mercure Surabaya (East Java) with 110 rooms.

The new hotels will increase Accor's Indonesian network to 38 properties and resorts next year. The group expected the number would exceed 50 by the end of 2007.

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