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R Hotel Rancamaya Opens its Doors



Bogor, Indonesia, July 25, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - The Suryamas Group is delighted to announce the opening of R Hotel Rancamaya, Bogor's most anticipated luxury hotel and the first in the group's property portfolio. In celebration, the hotel is offering guests tantalizing pre-opening rates starting from Rp. 788,000++ for superior rooms.

Ideally located in the over 700 hectares Rancamaya Golf Estate with sweeping views of Mount Salak and the estate's award winning golf course, R Hotel Rancamaya offers the perfect retreat for a weekend getaway with the family or an inspiring corporate meeting.

"We are proud to open our doors and set a new milestone for Bogor as a leisure and corporate meeting destination," commented Ulrich Hahn, the hotel's General Manager. R Hotel Rancamaya is the perfect escape from city life at only 65 km from Jakarta's business district and offers guests stylish accommodation and a range of impeccable facilities, all of which are underpinned by a sincerely personal style of service. We continuously encourage our employees to take care of people and make every moment of the guest's stay simply perfect," he added.

R Hotel Rancamaya's opening rates are valid until 30 September 2014 with discounts on published rates ranging from 20%-50%. All opening rates include a sumptuous breakfast and are subject to availability. For more information and to make a reservation, contact +62 251 824 88 99 or visit www.rhotelrancamaya.com.

THE STAY EXPERIENCE

Experience the perfect escape from city life to relax, socialise or be creative in an inspiring atmosphere. R Hotel Rancamaya offers a world of informal urban chic on the outskirts of Bogor. Guests will instantly feel at home as the Guest Services team welcomes them in the open-air lobby, which is designed to seamlessly integrate the Rancamaya Golf Estate's beautiful environment.

The hotel has 140 tastefully done up rooms, suites and villas offering brilliant views of majestic Mount Salak, the sprawling Bogor landscape and a championship golf course. Guestrooms and suites are built throughout 5 floors, ranging in size from 34 square meters to 125 square meters, all with balconies. The hotel's superior rooms feature 2 queen twin beds ideal for families and corporate events. Accommodation includes guestrooms and suites with direct lagoon access and one and two bedroom suites.

An inviting 96 meters long lagoon pool runs along the front of the hotel's accommodation offering no shortage of places for a refreshing dip or some serious laps. Wander through the 2.5 hectares garden, sit at the lake and read a book or take your children to watch the deer. Other leisure facilities include a 6,931 yard golf course and a fitness centre.

R Hotel Rancamaya offers 2 distinct dining options. Its main eatery, Pavilion, celebrates traditional Indonesian food with modern flavours served in a stimulating contemporary setting. Revolving around an interactive show kitchen Pavilion brings the excitement of live cooking to centre stage. Serving a la Carte menus and indulgent buffets featuring Western comfort food and Indonesian home-style cooking, the 19th Hole overlooks the golf course and is the ideal spot for a relaxed and casual lunch.

In addition, a range of 10 sleek high ceiling event spaces brings a level of sophistication and elegance, making this the perfect retreat for discerning travellers.

About R Hotel Rancamaya

R Hotel Rancamaya is located on a premium site within the Rancamaya Golf Estate adjacent to an expansive lush garden with a tranquil lake, cycling trails, viewing decks and a deer park. Superbly situated on the estate's highest point, the hotel offers sweeping views of majestic Mount Salak, the sprawling Bogor landscape and the estate's award winning golf course. R Hotel Rancamaya features 140 rooms, suites and villas, all with terraces or balconies and many with direct access to the hotel's 96 meters long lagoon pool. Its main eatery, Pavilion, celebrates traditional Indonesian food with modern flavours served in a stimulating contemporary setting. Revolving around an interactive show kitchen Pavilion brings the excitement of live cooking to centre stage. The hotel includes a range of flexible event spaces. Bright and high ceiling rooms designed to stimulate the creative senses lead on to a spacious coffee break terrace with stunning garden views. R Hotel Rancamaya offers the perfect retreat for a weekend getaway with the family or inspiring corporate retreats. www.rhotelrancamaya.com

About Rancamaya Golf Estate

Commencement on Rancamaya Golf Estate started in 1993 based on a master plan by the renowned John Chapman of Chapman Land Planning. Today it is home to Bogor's most desirable residences and an award winning golf course designed by the distinguished international course designer Ted Robinson, who incorporated natural beauty with challenge in the form of extraordinary course contours. Rancamaya Golf Estate's unique range of private villas and townhouses are built in thoughtfully designed neighbourhoods each with their own character. Currently 400 hectares of the estate's over 700 hectares have been developed. Development of the estate continues but is mindful of the environment with a commitment to low building density evoking feelings of space and tranquillity. The 25 clusters that currently comprise the Rancamaya Golf Estate are complemented by a prestigious Golf and Country Club and an internationally certified preschool and elementary school "Highscope". Inspired by the majesty of nature, incredible views, wonderful amenities and an exclusive location, the community offers an unmatched way of life for its residents. www.rancamaya.com

About Suryamas Group

Suryamas Group was founded in 1989 and was the first property developer in Indonesia to pioneer the concept of luxury country living when it conceptualized the Rancamaya Golf Estate. The first phase of the Rancamaya Golf Estate development commenced in 1993 and in 1995 the company went public laying the foundations for its growth into a leading Indonesian property developer. The group's portfolio now includes the Mahogany Residence in Cibubur, Harvest City in Cileungsi and Royal Tajur in Bogor representing a total of over 1,135 hectares with almost 5,500 residences constructed. More projects are in the pipeline with a focus on further developing housing on current land property.

Media Contact:
Otniel Aldi Abel
M: +62 813573 43 449
T: +62 215793 6733
F: +62 21 5793 6730
E: [email protected]
W: www.rhotelrancamaya.com

Source: R Hotel Rancamaya

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