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Archipelago International

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Archipelago International Indonesia
Aston International (1997–2013)[1]
Privately held, for-profit company
IndustryHospitality, hotels
Founded1997; 22 years ago (1997)
FounderCharles Brookfield
HeadquartersJakarta, Indonesia
Number of locations
Area served
Middle East
Key people
Charles E. Brookfield (founder and Executive Chairman)
John M. Flood (CEO)
Jules Brookfield (Vice President of Technology)
BrandsAston (Grand Aston, Aston, Aston City & Aston Inn)
Kamuela (Royal Kamuela)
Alana (Royal Alana)
Quest (Quest Vibe)
Neo (Neo +)
Nomad Hostels[2]
AUMUS$ 4 Billion+[3]

Archipelago International, formerly known as Aston International,[1] is a hotel management chain in Southeast Asia, and notably, the largest in Indonesia.[4] Archipelago International entered the Southeast Asian market in 1997 and has an underlying portfolio consisting of more than 200 properties including hotels, condotels, resorts, serviced apartments and boutique villa resorts, of which 139 are operational,[5][6] and 100 are under development.[7][8][9][10]

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Hotels, Resorts, and Villas



  • Alana Solo
  • Alana Surabaya
  • Alana Yogyakarta
  • Aston Anyer (Anyer)
  • Aston at Kuningan Suites (Jakarta)
  • Aston Banyuwangi
  • Aston Bogor Hotel and Resort (Bogor)
  • Aston Braga (Bandung)
  • Aston Cengkareng City Hotel (Jakarta)
  • Aston Cirebon Hotel & Convention Center (Cirebon)
  • Aston Imperium Purwokerto
  • Aston Inn Batu (Malang)
  • Aston Inn Pandanaran (Semarang)
  • Aston Jember Hotel & Conference Center (Jember)
  • Aston Madiun
  • Aston Marina (Jakarta)
  • Aston Pluit Hotel & Residence (Jakarta)
  • Aston Pasteur (Bandung)
  • Aston Rasuna (Jakarta)
  • Aston Solo
  • Aston Tropicana (Bandung)
  • favehotel Adi Sucipto (Solo)
  • favehotel Braga (Bandung)
  • favehotel Cideng (NEO Hotel Cideng) (Jakarta)
  • favehotel Cilacap
  • favehotel Hypersquare (Bandung)
  • favehotel Kelapa Gading (Jakarta)
  • favehotel Kemang (Jakarta)
  • favehotel Kusumanegara (Yogyakarta)
  • favehotel Madiun
  • favehotel Malioboro
  • favehotel Melawai (Jakarta)
  • Favehotel MEX Building (Surabaya)
  • favehotel Padjajaran (Bogor)
  • favehotel Pasar Baru (Jakarta)
  • favehotel Pluit Junction (Jakarta)
  • favehotel Premier Cihampelas (Bandung)
  • favehotel Rembang
  • favehotel Solo Baru (Solo)
  • favehotel Tasikmalaya
  • favehotel Wahid Hasyim (Jakarta)
  • Grand Aston Yogyakarta
  • Harper Mangkubumi (Yogyakarta)
  • Harper Purwakarta
  • Hotel NEO Malioboro (Yogyakarta)
  • Hotel NEO Melawai (Jakarta)
  • Hotel NEO+ Awana (Yogyakarta)
  • Hotel NEO+ Kebayoran (Jakarta)
  • Hotel NEO+ Sentul (Bogor)
  • Quest Hotel Semarang
  • Quest Hotel Surabaya


  • Aston Denpasar Hotel and Convention Center (Denpasar)
  • Aston Canggu Beach Resort (Canggu)
  • Aston Kuta Hotel and Residence (Kuta)
  • favehotel Kuta Kartika Plaza (Kuta)
  • favehotel Kuta Square (Kuta)
  • favehotel Sunset Seminyak (Seminyak)
  • favehotel Umalas (Petitenget)
  • Harper Kuta (Legian - Kuta)
  • Kamuela Sanur Villas and Suites (Sanur)
  • Kamuela Seminyak Villas (Seminyak)
  • Neo Denpasar (Denpasar)
  • NEO Kuta Jelantik (Legian - Kuta)
  • NEO+ Kuta Legian (Legian - Kuta)
  • Quest Hotel Tuban (Kuta)
  • Quest San Hotel Denpasar (Denpasar)
  • Royal Kamuela Ubud (Ubud)

Other islands

  • Aston Balikpapan (Balikpapan)
  • Aston Banua (Banjarmasin)
  • Aston Inn Mataram (Mataram, Lombok)
  • Aston Jayapura Hotel & Convention Center (Jayapura)
  • Aston Jambi Hotel & Conference Center (Jambi)
  • Aston Ketapang (Ketapang)
  • Aston Kupang Hotel & Convention Center (Kupang)
  • Aston Lampung (opening soon)
  • Aston Makassar Hotel & Convention Center (Makassar)
  • Aston Manado City Hotel (Manado)
  • Aston Niu Manokwari (Manokwari)
  • Aston Pekanbaru (Pekanbaru)
  • Aston Pontianak (Pontianak)
  • Aston Samarinda (Samarinda)
  • Aston Sunset Beach Resort (Gili Trawangan, Lombok)
  • Aston Tanjung (Tanjung)
  • Aston Tanjungpinang Hotel & Conference Center (Tanjungpinang, Riau Archipelago)
  • favehotel Banjarbaru
  • favehotel Daeng Tompo, Makassar (Makassar)
  • favehotel Jayapura - Papua (Jayapura, Papua)
  • favehotel Panakkukang, Makassar (Makassar)
  • favehotel Langko Mataram (Mataram, Lombok)
  • favehotel Sorong, Papua (Sorong, Papua)
  • Grand Aston City Hall Medan (Medan)
  • Harper Perintis Makassar (Makassar)
  • Hotel Neo Eltari, Kupang (Kupang)



  • Crimson Beach Resort and Spa (Mactan)
  • Crimson Hotel Filinvest City (Manila, Alabang)
  • Crimson Boracay (Boracay)
  • Favehotel Alabang (Manila; opening soon)[11]
  • Quest Hotel Cebu (Cebu)


  1. ^ a b "Aston International becomes Archipelago". Travel Daily. 20 January 2013. Retrieved 13 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Our Brand Collection". Archipelago International. Retrieved 13 August 2015.
  3. ^ "EFFECTIVE ASSETS MANAGEMENT". Archipelago International. Retrieved 27 January 2019.
  4. ^ "Leading Hotel Groups In Indonesia". Hotelier Indonesia. November 12, 2012. Retrieved June 7, 2013.
  5. ^ "WHO IS ARCHIPELAGO INTERNATIONAL". Archipelago International. September 25, 2017. Retrieved September 25, 2017.
  6. ^ Viceversa Media (2019-02-15), INDONESIA BOOSTING CONNECTIVITY, retrieved 2019-02-22
  7. ^ "Aston to further strengthen its budget brands". Jakarta Post. October 10, 2012. Retrieved November 11, 2012.
  8. ^ "Aston International Profile and News". Accom News. April 16, 2011. Archived from the original on August 11, 2011. Retrieved June 16, 2011.
  9. ^ "List of Aston International Hotels". Aston International Hotels and Resorts. June 16, 2011. Archived from the original on 7 July 2011. Retrieved June 16, 2011.
  10. ^ "Aston International akan Kelola 14 Hotel Baru". KOMPAS. November 25, 2009. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. Retrieved June 16, 2011.
  11. ^ "Favehotel Brand in The Philippines". Philippine Daily Inquirer. May 30, 2011. Retrieved June 16, 2011.

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