Thai hotel company to open new resort in Bali this year
Posted on Friday 01 June 2012
Indian travellers heading to Bali in Indonesia this year will soon have a new resort have a new five-star resort to stay at. Bali hotels will have a new facility added to their repertoire, designed by the Centara Hotels & Resorts Group that caters to the needs of affluent guests staying in the region.
Based in Thailand, the Centara group has more than 60 properties throughout Asia, including the Philippines, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. It specialises in offering a wide range of facilities for all types of travellers, whether guests are looking for wallet-friendly accommodations or more luxurious resorts.
The upscale resort, called Centara Grand Nusa Dua Resort & Villas, will open in the Nusa Dua region in the third quarter of 2012, which will complement the other Centara hotels in Bali that opened last year, called Centra Taum. Villas and guest rooms of the Centara Grand will boast stylings inspired by Chinese, Indonesian and Malaysian traditions. This includes antique wooden furnishings, Chinese motifs on the interior panelling and other modern touches to the lobby and common areas. Private spa treatment rooms, a library, special teen lounges, club areas and onsite restaurants will be among the amenities on offer at the resort.
"The opening of Centara Grand Nusa Dua Resort & Villas provides Centara guests with the option of the new five-star Grand brand resort, or the Centra value brand, at two very popular destinations on the island,” said Martin Heiniger, the cluster general manager for the Bali Centara Hotels & Resorts.
For the new facility, officials from the hotel group aim to promote their services to different demographics, whether guests are in Bali for business or pleasure.
"Our main market for Centara Grand Nusa Dua Resort & Villas will be the leisure and honeymoon sectors, but due to the excellent location of the resort next to the Bali Convention Centre, a large part of our business will be from the meetings and events sector," said Heiniger.
Bali can be a fantastic locale to explore while enjoying a tropical holiday. Indian tourists who wish to plan a luxury travel excursion can head to Bali to indulge in lavish amenities and be pampered at one of the area's top resorts.
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