Bandung’s got Moxy !

Bandung’s got Moxy !

Bandung, Indonesia, 10 October, 2017Moxy Hotels, Marriott International’s disruptive hotel brand, is set to make its mark in Indonesia with the opening of Moxy Bandung. Moxy Bandung will boldly reinvent the lifestyle hotel experience to fully embrace today’s Next Generation traveler, giving them a fun, vibrant and stylish hotel experience at an affordable price.

Moxy offers the style and spirit of a boutique hotel at a surprisingly affordable price, in the emerging and vibrant city of Bandung” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand & Marketing Asia Pacific, Marriott International. “Marriott’s debut of the Moxy brand in Asia Pacific will provide an exciting alternative to fun hunting guests whether for work or play providing.”


The brand’s playful spirit shines through its bold design, fostering communal engagement .The Moxy experience kicks-off with a bright, airy and buzzing lobby where guests check in at the bar and are greeted with a complimentary ‘Got Moxy’ cocktail. Designed to be the centre of activity, Moxy Bandung’s Living Room offers guests fun ways to work and play hard with its vibrant lounge, 24/7 self-service grab and go, ample plug-ins for personal devices, and free and furiously-fast Wi-Fi for ultimate connectivity. The Living Room features an industrial design with a touch of West Java influences including a mural of Gedung Sate, a historic building in Bandung that is inspired by neoclassical and native Indonesian elements.

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Centrally located in the prime district of Dago, the hotel’s 109 bedrooms are designed to be functional, flexible and uncluttered. The cozy spaces feature thoughtful touches, including keyless entry and an open-storage concept complete with a peg wall for ultimate flexibility when unpacking, in lieu of a traditional closet. In addition, the bedrooms are outfitted with comfortable bedding, 43” LCD flat screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi and abundant USB ports. Guests can also head to the Lobby Bar for 24/7 access to Moxy’s B&F (Beverage & Food) services or enjoy the scenic view of Bandung from Moxy Sky Bar located at the rooftop. To top it off, guests can sample a variety of authentic local dishes using Moxy Bandung’s fun “Pimp Your Noodle” concept, allowing guests to sample flavors of Bandung through a self-service station featuring a broad selection of noodle and condiments. The hotel also offers four stylish and multi-functional meeting rooms that can fit up to 200 energetic guests.

“We are thrilled to bring Moxy’s bold design and affordable style to Bandung,” said Daliyanto Soebandy, General Manager of Moxy Bandung. “From live DJ performances held in collaboration with a local radio station every Saturday night, to special B&F promotions during happy hour, Moxy Bandung will showcase its bold approach towards hospitality as a boutique hotel with the soul of a hostel.”

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Moxy guests who are enrolled in the award-winning Marriott Rewards loyalty program will earn points during their stay and can redeem for flights and hotel stays across the Marriott Rewards portfolio of brands. In addition, guests can enjoy greater digital features through the Marriott Mobile app when they book direct, including mobile check-in and check-out, keyless entry and Mobile Requests to enjoy a seamless travel experience.

To learn more about Moxy Hotels, upcoming events and to book a stay, please visit

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Thomas has a university background in the UK and in Latin America, with studies in Languages and Humanities, Culture, Literature and Economics. He started his Asian experience as a publisher in Krabi in 2005. Thomas has been editing local newspapers and magazines in England, Spain and Thailand for more then fifteen years. He is currently working on several projects in Thailand and abroad. Apart from Thailand, Thomas has lived in Italy, England, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain and Bali. He spends most of his time in Asia. During the years Thomas has developed a great understanding of several Asian cultures and people. He is also working freelance, writing short travel stories and articles for travel magazines. Follow Thomas on

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