Offering a one-stop global resource for hotels and the hospitality industry, The Hotel Week Indonesia is the largest and most luxurious hospitality event to be held in Southeast Asia
The Hotel Week Indonesia is an annual Jakarta-based event that connects players in the hospitality industry from throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
We serve as a platform for interaction and insight, sharing knowledge for those involved in hospitality-related businesses: hotels and resorts, restaurants, cafés, food & beverages services.
We showcase exciting new trends in the industry, offering unique business opportunities to Exhibitors from various hospitality-related backgrounds, including luxury residential buildings and offices; catering services, food and beverage services, restaurants, airlines, hospitals, to the health & fitness industry – all see the benefit in participating in this event.
Representatives from agencies and ministries of the Government of Indonesia, as well as major hotel associations in the country will take an active stance in this event. The Hotel Week Indonesia (HWI) is the largest business-to-business (B2B) trade show – one that offers a "ONE-STOP GLOBAL RESOURCE FOR HOTEL & HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES"
We offer you the opportunity to explore and experience the latest industry trends, discover money-making innovations, and network with professional partners from across the hospitality industry and supply
The No.1 largest numbers "room hotel" in Southeast Asia
The second largest "room hotel" in Asia Pacific
5,5% hotel development increase in Asia pacific
Bali & Jakarta are the two cities with the most rapidly-changing hotel development in Asia Pacific
More than 17.000 Islands in Indonesia – many with appealing yet undeveloped tourism potential
Establish 560 tourist destinations by Indonesia Government
Indonesia aims to draw 20 million visitors a year by 2019 (according to Tourism Minister Arief Yahya)
In 2022, more than 500.000 Restaurants
In 2030, Indonesia has 4.500 Hotels
$20 billion budget to expand existing & build new tourism destinations through 2019 (Govt. official)