Everything Old is New Again!
Hyatt Regency Bali: Back On Sanur Beach with a Face Lift at 45
On December 20, 2018, one of Bali’s first international hotels opened in 1973 – The Bali Hyatt – reopened its doors as the Hyatt Regency Bali.
In keeping with its commitment first established 45 years ago to champion Balinese design and a naturally green environment, the Hyatt Regency Bali is back with a new look that is unfailingly Balinese but with contemporary detailing and state-of-the art facilities at every turn.
Dominating the very heart of “Sanur Village Community” the hotel has retained its 500-meter long beachfront while creating a green coefficient that is a very generous 70% of open spaces and gardens.
The General Manager of the Hyatt Regency, Zulki Other, says he is particularly proud the facilities and design of the Resort that is uncompromisingly Balinese. The Hotel’s 9-hectare plot has retained many of the original landscape elements put in place by the late-Made Wijaya, including in the new design of original tree growth and a range of 500 tropical plant species that once formed part of a “must do” bptanical tropical garden tour of the hotel and are featured in numerous books and magazines.
The Hyatt Regency Bali offers 363 rooms ranging in size from 27 to 81 square meters, each enhanced with private balconies that face either the tropical gardens or the Indian Ocean. The hotel is serviced by three open-air dining and refreshment areas.
The design of the Resort has aggressively sought to minimize the plastic and artificial building materials. This commitment is also reflected in the absence of plastic straws and the use of recyclable materials in the presentation of food and beverage products.
The hotels family-friendliness is evident in a spacious separate Children’s Pool, located not far from a Wellness Complex featuring the open-air Shankha Spa replete with 10 spa suites.