More premium hotels for Bali

BALI’s upscale property market is getting a boost this year, with more than 600 rooms and 80 villas being added in Legian and Seminyak.

Indo Journey managing director Agus Winarko said: “The entry of upmarket properties is positive for Bali, as they bring more choices of such accommodation to clients.”

He added that new properties in Seminyak would emphasise its reputation as an upscale destination. On the other hand, the entry of upmarket international brands in Legian would add a new type of accommodation to predominantly mid-class properties there.

After some postponements, Accor’s Pullman Bali Nirwana finally opened its doors on February 28. The resort has 353 rooms and suites and is targeting leisure, corporate and MICE travellers, according to general manager Philippe Battle.

The W Retreat & Spa Bali – Seminyak, which had also postponed opening a few times, finally welcomed guests on March 1 to its 158 rooms and suites and 79 villas.

Amadea Resort & Villas, opening in Seminyak by the second quarter, will add 93 rooms and suites and seven pool villas to Indonesia’s Prime Plaza Hotels & Resorts’ inventory.

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