Mantra Group to Debut BreakFree Brand in Asia
Tuesday August 27th, 2013 - 9:00AM PHB
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BALI—Following the successful launch of Mantra Nusa Dua earlier this year, Mantra Group will debut its second property here, the BreakFree Sing Ken Ken in Legian, marking the debut of the BreakFree brand in Asia.
Formerly known as the Sing Ken Ken Boutique Hotel, the property will officially rebrand to BreakFree Sing Ken Ken in early October.
“Mantra Group is focused on growing our presence in Bali across all three of our brands and we are confident that BreakFree’s combination of great service and cost-effective quality accommodation will work well in this region,” said Mantra Group CEO Bob East
Located on the beachront at Legian and within walking distance to Seminyak and Kuta beaches, the hotel features 80 deluxe rooms, junior and executive suites and three dining outlets, including a 24-hour bistro, a rooftop terrace restaucated on the beachront at Legian and within walking distance to Seminyak and Kuta beaches. It also features conference space for meetings of up to 150 delegates theatre style and cocktail style functions for up to 250 persons.
Mantra Group has again partnered with MJB Hoteliers to secure the new acquisition. A further six hotels are currently under negotiation and expected to join Mantra Group’s network by year's end, with another 20 hotels in the region slated to join the Group by end of 2014.
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