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Wyndham Palembang opens ahead of Asia Games 2018

Wyndham Palembang opens ahead of Asia Games 2018

The upscale Wyndham brand has marked its launch into Palembang, Indonesia with the opening of Wyndham Opi Hotel Palembang, bringing world-class hospitality into the capital of South Sumatra.

The 257-room Wyndham Palembang, located in the Jakabaring precinct is adjoined to the OPI mall complex featuring retail outlets, a cineplex, local eateries and a department store.

The upscale hotel will soon offer direct access to the Light Rail Transit that links guests to the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport and the Jakabaring Stadium in five minutes.

The namesake of the world’s largest hotel company, Wyndham connects with guests by delivering comfort that exceeds expectations.

From smartly detailed guest rooms, to beautifully appointed lounge areas, to distinct dining options and well-designed meeting spaces, Wyndham hotels offer all the features expected at a world-class hotel.


David Wray, vice president acquisitions and business development Wyndham Hotel Group south-east Asia and Pacific Rim said Wyndham Palembang’s timely opening will fulfil the demand for hotel rooms during the 2018 Asian Games held from August 18th.

“The spotlight will be on Palembang during the 2018 Asian Games and we couldn’t be more proud to showcase our latest five-star hotel to athletes, dignitaries and guests travelling for the sporting event.”

The games will attract more than 15,000 athletes and officials from 45 countries, vying for honours in 47 sporting disciplines.

Full occupancy is anticipated in centrally located hotels across the participating cities during the event, boosting both the hospitality and transportation industries.

“Leading into and beyond the Games, Wyndham Opi Hotel Palembang is the perfect base for both business and leisure.

“The hotel’s stunning design, excellent leisure and conferencing facilities, and exceptional location will offer guests an unparalleled hospitality experience,” said Wray.