According to Real Estate company Crushman & Wakefield Indonesia will continue to see a healthy demand for hotel rooms, especially in Jakarta and Bali, and may see a growth in overall occupancy rates next years. Southeast Asia was ahead of all other subregions, with a 9.9 percent year-on-year increase in arrivals. The demand for hotel rooms in Jakarta is expected to continue positively in the year ahead. Special for hospitality & tourism internships, we offer programs in Jakarta as well as Bali.
Currently our students have been involved in;
- Beverage and food management, responsible for coordinating activity in the kitchen and restaurant.
- Guest engagement, information and training of staff.
- Revenue Management, helping hotels expanding market size and increase revenue
- Reviewing and improving the marketing strategy
- As occupancy starts increasing, Indonesia will see room rates rising upwards in most markets
- Factors that contributed to the strong visitor growth in 2014 are more seat capacity on flights to Indonesia,
particularly those flights from the Middle East and China;
- The hospitality industry of Indonesia is booming, evidenced by the steadily increasing number of tourists
- Expansion of Indonesia's low-cost carrier segment is also partly responsible for the increase
because more and more people - both domestic and foreign (particularly from the Asia Pacific region - can
afford to fly. The hospitality sector of Indonesia is expected to continue its impressive growth up to 2020.