Broughton Expands Boutique Portfolio

Signs New Sales & Marketing Contract with Bali's Ibah

. October 14, 2008

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, October 1, 2006. Huntington-based hotel management company, Broughton Hospitality Group, Inc. (BHG) announced today that they have signed an agreement to handle North American sales and marketing for Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa located in Bali, Indonesia. BHG will guide the property in marketing plan development, sales training and public relations efforts. The signing of this agreement marks BHG's continued advancement into the luxury resort hotel market.

"We are thrilled to be able to add such a prestigious resort to our portfolio," commented Larry Broughton. "Ibah is an outstanding property and definitely represents the type of organization we will be adding to our roster in the coming years. We look forward to a long-standing and profitable relationship with the Ibah and are proud to welcome them to the BHG family."

Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa offers fifteen uniquely designed villas with views of the Balinese countryside near Ubad, Bali's artistic and cultural center. Blending modern and traditional Balinese design, Ibah is one of Ubah's most established and respected boutique hotels. Ibah remains a source of inspiration, tranquility and rejuvenation, not only for royalty and holy figures, but for travelers seeking luxury accommodations replete with old-world charm. The hotel facilities include an upscale restaurant, salt water pool, hi-tech business center and a cigar lounge. Ibah's boutique spa uses organic ingredients and offers signature treatments ranging from Balinese massage to spa manicures and pedicures. Located on the banks of the Campuhan River, the hotel is within easy walking distance of shops, galleries and restaurants..

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