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OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts, Japan
OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts is positioned in front of Shin-Imamiya Station, and adjacent to Shinsekai area, making the hotel easily accessible to Osaka’s tourist attractions.
With a total of 436 rooms, guests can choose the perfect room for their journey – there is also a room with a kitchen and walk-in closet for those who want to stay in Osaka as if living like a local. For dining, the OMO Café and Bar serves up food and beverages from morning to night.
Connecting to the hotel tower on the second floor is a gentle hill leading to the entrance of a garden area featuring flat grasslands, hilly sides and terrace areas where guests can lounge around in the open air. There is also a bathhouse here that is open to hotel guests.
The Go-KINJO Map and local guide tours of nearby attractions by OMO Rangers encourage travellers to explore Osaka, including going on food tours and neighbourhood tours.
Jumeirah Bali, Indonesia
Jumeirah Bali welcomes guests to experience a sanctuary of tranquillity and relaxation amid lush greenery and Indian Ocean vistas.
The all-villa luxury resort sits on the beach area of Uluwatu with 123 villas in one- and two-bedroom configurations, as well as a four-bedroom Royal Water Palace – each villa has its own private pool and outdoor living area with an open pavilion. The resort also provides guests with exclusive access to a private beach framed by the natural landscape offering a secluded enclave to relax.
Guests can indulge in three signature restaurants and bars overseen by Master Chef Vincent Leroux, relax with wellness treatments at Talise Spa, or participate in guided meditation and Yoga classes by Jumeirah Bali’s resident Master Yogi.
Committed to sustainable practices, Jumeirah Bali houses the most advanced desalination system in the world, and also supports the local community through the Jumeirah Uluwatu Foundation, dedicated to the well-being of the Balinese people.
Adiwana Jelita Sejuba Natuna, Indonesia
Adiwana Jelita Sejuba Natuna on Natuna Island – Riau is perfect for travellers looking for an island hideaway.
Just a 15-minute drive from Raden Sadjad Airport, the resort has 33 units of rooms and villas, an infinity pool offering spectacular views of the ocean, two dining outlets and a romantic dining spot by the ocean.
Other facilities include a spa, gym, and floating function space. There is also a variety of family and wellness activities available.
The Allure Villas, Indonesia
Sahid Hotels & Resorts’ The Allure Villas is situated on the southern coast of West Java, a three-hours’ drive away from Bandung.
The resort boasts 68 villas comprising of one- to three-bedroom villas. With a 24-hour check-in, The Allure Villas features a bar, restaurant, café, business services and pool bar to chill out by the swimming pool.