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Published on April 30, 2014

Aerowisata, subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia Airlines, that manages hotels and resorts across Indonesia, has rebranded its hotels into the Prama, their upscale properties, Kala (midscale) and Asana (economy hotels).

The three Aerowisata upscale hotels are now called: the Prama Sanur Beach Bali, the Prama Grand Preanger Bandung, and the Prama Sthala Ubud, Bali.

Midscale Aerowisata hotels are: the Kila Senggigi Beach Lombok, the Grand Artos Aerowisata Magelang (Central Java), Kila Infinity 8 Bali, and the Kila widodaren Surabaya, East Java.

Whereas, Economy scale hotels are the Asana Kawanua Jakarta, the Asana Biak Papua, the Asana Agung Putra Bali and the Asana Wisanti Yogyakarta.

Consistent with the strength of the chain, the Aerowisata Hotels offer the authentic Indonesian hospitality experience so loved by its clientele.

In 2011 Aerowisata hotels were awarded the Certified Eco Hotels from TUV Rheinland, Germany for its waste management, water treatment and better environmental development.

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Lately Garuda Indonesia has also expanded its wings to cover the more far-flung islands with smaller airports in the eastern part of Indonesia using their new fleet of short-haul aircrafts, linking Jakarta and Bali with Lombok, Malang, Labuan Bajo, Ende, to Biak and Sorong in Papua. Garuda plans to open more inter-connecting routes among the towns on Papua to further enhance air transport on this huge island.