Completing a multi-million dollar renovations that began in 2010, the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa, Bali can now boats an extensive range of rejuvenated rooms and facilities.
“We’ve accomplished our goal of restoring Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa to the grand splendor for which it’s been known,” said Reto Torriani, General Manager of the 297-room, 85-suite property.
“The refreshed spaces and brand-new rooms offer guests the latest contemporary comforts and many have already told us we’ve exceeded their expectations,” he said.
“The resort has never looked better and will continue to evolve, but we have completely remade the hotel well before its 30th anniversary in 2013,” Torriani added
The resort’s guest rooms and suites present upmarket amenities set in traditional Balinese architecture. Each room and suite marries local artworks and motifs with dark wood touches and earth-tone fabrics, complete with chairs on the terrace or balcony for a cozy beach-cottage feeling.
The renovations and improvements have allowed the resort to upgrade the previously Superior Rooms to be Deluxe Rooms, and the previously Deluxe Rooms to be Premier Rooms.
Renovation work on this iconic landmark complex include giving Bali’s first-ever spa a face-lift. Mr Torriani said that everything but the shell of the spa was replaced. “We didn’t just renovate—this was reconstruction,” he said. “We put in new floors, walls, bathtubs—everything!”
As part of the spa rejuvenation, a review of treatments offered by the spa was also undertaken, with the spa using world-renowned Pevonia Botanica
products, for its facial menu.
The 22-room spa surround a 25-meter lap pool complemented with a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, cool pool, fitness centre, aerobics studio, squash and tennis courts, mountain bikes, basketball ring area and an indoor games room.
Last year also saw the re-launch of a completely newly conceptualized Maguro Asian Bistro
, overlooking a refitted swimming pool and its sunken pool bar. Also in 2011, the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
launched it's new lifestyle bar "The Lobby
." The lounge bar is until 2 a.m.
Renowned Indonesian architect and interiors expert Hadiprana
oversaw the design of The Lobby,
which incorporates authentic Balinese touches in a lounge bar and veranda setting, with an ergonomically sensitive interior. This extends onto a visually striking outside area where visitors can enjoy the chilled ambience and evocative views over the resort and the ocean.
“These major developments will fully reinforce the hotel’s position as one of the most important properties in Southeast Asia as well as one of the most innovative and iconic hotels in Nusa Dua,” said Torriani.
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