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310 room DoubleTree by Hilton Surabaya opens in Indonesia

Christian Fernsby |
DoubleTree by Hilton announced the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Surabaya.

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The 310-room hotel marks the sixth property in Hilton’s Indonesia portfolio. It is owned by PT. Indo Citra Eka Abadi and managed by Hilton.

DoubleTree by Hilton Surabaya is situated in the heart of Surabaya’s city center, 22 kilometers and a 45-minute drive from the Juanda International Airport.

The hotel enjoys a strategic location near the business, shopping and cultural districts of the city, making it an ideal choice for leisure and business travel.

Guests can also access Tunjungan Plaza, the city’s largest shopping mall, via a short walk and learn more about Surabaya’s rich history at The Museum Surabaya just across the street.

During their stay, guests seeking relaxation or a workout can enjoy a variety of options ranging from an outdoor swimming pool and a kids pool to a sauna and a 24-hour fitness center outfitted with the latest equipment and free weights.

Families travelling with young children will appreciate the Kids Zone within the hotel where children between 4 and 12 years old will be able to enjoy a video games zone, outdoor terrace, play gym as well as a playroom for endless hours of fun.

Offering a stunning panoramic view of the city, the 360 Degree Function Room spanning 605 square meters and located on the highest floor of DoubleTree by Hilton Surabaya can accommodate up to 600 guests and is the ideal location for meetings, weddings and social gatherings.

In addition, the Tunjungan Grand Ballroom features 800 square meters of meeting space equipped with advanced audio-visual facilities, and 47 square meters of built-in LED screens cater to a variety of meetings including exhibitions, corporate gatherings and weddings.

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