Accor has just opened its first premium hotel in Malang, one of Indonesia’s most vibrant cities.
Grand Mercure Malang Mirama’s inspiration stems from the harmonious combination of deeply rooted local wisdom, art and culture while conveying the Malang landscape surrounded by majestic mountains. The new hotel houses 264 guestrooms and suites, with interiors that take inspiration from Indonesian batik. Smart TVs and high-speed wifi features in every room.Guests can dine at multi-cuisine all-day dining restaurant Trimurti, classic and modern Chinese restaurant Lan Hua and modern Japanese restaurant Ebisu. These establishments are joined by the hotel’s Coffee Café, Sky Lounge and Executive Lounge.
Leisure amenities at the hotel include an outdoor swimming pool, spa, sauna, Jacuzzi and fitness facilities. Meanwhile, both business and social events are catered for in the city’s largest pillarless grand ballroom, accommodating up to 2,200 people, and 12 function rooms.
“We are proud to launch Grand Mercure Malang Mirama as our first premium property in Malang, to bring locally tailored experiences and a truly distinctive sense of hospitality. We look forward to welcoming our guests for a hotel experience that blends local touches while offering the highest international quality of services and offerings,” says Garth Simmons, CEO of Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea.