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With Indonesia Hospitality Group, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts increases its footprint in Indonesia.

With Indonesia Hospitality Group, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts increases its footprint in Indonesia.

With Indonesia Hospitality Group, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts (“Wyndham”) recently signed three new contracts. This precedes its attendance at the next Tourism, Hotel Investment & Networking Conference (THINC) 2023, which will be place in Indonesia on September 6 and 7.

The Howard Johnson by Wyndham brand was introduced in Indonesia through Howard Johnson by Wyndham Pekalongan in February of this year, after the earlier signing of an exclusive development deal between Wyndham and Indonesia Hospitality Group. These new contracts mark the Howard Johnson by Wyndham brand’s continued growth in Indonesia as Wyndham creatively adapts to owners’ business needs to support them in maximizing growth prospects.

The agreements were signed at a good time because Technavio projects that Indonesia’s domestic tourism and hospitality sectors will expand by US$21.93 billion between 2022 and 2026. Additionally, Technavio observed that these sectors will expand at a CAGR of 11.81% during the forecast period, with a 6.09% annual growth rate beginning in 2022.

Expanding Quickly in Indonesia

Wyndham actively engages potential owners and partners to build a foundation of trust and cooperation since owner loyalty is at the core of its ongoing expansion. Even during the pandemic, Wyndham leveraged its ‘OwnerFirst’ mindset to engage its stakeholders, and these connections continued to grow stronger.

The properties covered by the three most recent agreements include the following ones: Howard Johnson by Wyndham Kota Kedoya Jakarta, Howard Johnson by Wyndham.

Howard Johnson by Wyndham Treepark Tangerang and LA Hub South Jakarta. With a recognizable brand, a long history dating back to 1925, and a focus on providing warm, genuine experiences for guests, Howard Johnson by Wyndham gives franchise owners an excellent chance to connect with travelers looking for mid- to upper-midscale lodging.

“Indonesia has and always will be an integral market for Wyndham’s Asia Pacific growth strategy, particularly so with the rapid rise in international and domestic tourism numbers,” said Matt Holmes, Vice President of Business Development South East Asia & the Pacific Rim (SEAPR), for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. We are pleased to be expanding our presence across Indonesia with the Howard Johnson by Wyndham brand offering in order to reach larger milestones by strengthening our cooperation with Indonesia Hospitality Group and leveraging their in-depth knowledge of the local market. As we continue to uphold our commitment to making hotel travel accessible to everyone, we look forward to providing more thrilling guest experiences across our network of hotels.

“With the full reopening of borders across Asia Pacific, we observed a strong travel demand for travelers to visit Indonesia,” said Nathania Putri Budidjaja, Director of the Indonesia Hospitality Group. As a result, the Indonesia Hospitality Group is experiencing an exciting time as we work with Wyndham Hotels and Resorts to launch the Howard Johnson by Wyndham brand in Indonesia. We’re excited to use Wyndham’s in-depth knowledge of the market and their commercial and operational expertise to make sure all of our guests have a great time while staying in these recently launched and soon-to-be opened hotels.

Source- Travel daily

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