Das renovierte Hyatt Regency Bali wird bei World of Hyatt in die Kategorie 1 eingeordnet …
Die niedrigen Kategorien bei den Punktetabellen der Hotelprogramme enthalten manche gute Deals. Nach sehr langer Renovierung hat das Hyatt Bali als Hyatt Regency Bali eröffnet. Die schöne Nachricht ist die Einordnung in Kategorie 1, d. h. man will 5 000 Punkte.
A mere 22-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Hyatt Regency Bali is centrally located in the heart of Sanur, and fully integrated into the local community. When guests step outside, they are immediately connected to daily Balinese life, including the familiar sight of fishermen with their daily catch and families on scooters amid the yoga studios, cafes and co-working spaces of today.
Spread across more than 22 acres of land, Hyatt Regency Bali is one of the largest hotel developments in Sanur and situated on the area’s widest beachfront, known as one of the cleanest and most peaceful in Bali. The hotel also features lush gardens originally designed by famed tropical landscape artist, Made Wijaya, who created the Naples Botanical Garden in Florida. Featuring more than 500 plant species, these majestic gardens have graced the pages of multiple landscaping and coffee-table books. As part of the renovation, developers made a conscious effort to preserve all of the property’s mature trees and as many plants as possible.
The original buildings and gardens of the hotel were considered one of Indonesia’s greatest treasures—one of the first examples of luxury Balinese design and landscaped tropical gardens in the world. Tierra Design of Bangkok and Spin Design Studio of Tokyo worked to rebuild structures and modernized the facilities while maintaining the look and feel of the original design, making sure to integrate the interiors with the stunning natural environment throughout.
Upon arrival, guests will ascend the stone steps to the vast open-air lobby, where they will find the space creates a familiar, but modern Balinese atmosphere. The hotel’s lobby was remodeled to reflect its original design including its rustic thatched alang-alang (elephant grass) roof, which has been expanded to provide improved views of the gardens and stunning Indian Ocean. Throughout the hotel, local materials and techniques, such as hammered copper, rattan, bamboo and coconut shell, have been integrated along with batik printing blocks, Balinese wood, stone carvings repurposed as wall art and sculptures.
Hyatt Regency Bali features 363 rooms spanning 290 to 871 square feet, including suites boasting a private balcony overlooking the lush gardens or Indian Ocean. A study in modern tropical design, the rooms feature myriad Balinese touches from distinctive carved banyan wood or half-split bamboo wall panelling to woven rattan panels on doors and furniture.
The hotel includes 39 one-bedroom suites with spacious balconies up to 753 square feet in size. With a separate living room that can accommodate an extra bed and an additional powder room with a shower, the suites are ideal for families and groups. In addition, booking a suite includes access to the Regency Club Lounge offering a private concierge and complimentary breakfast, all-day snacks and evening cocktails and canapés.”
HYATT REGENCY BALI CELEBRATES ITS OFFICIAL REOPENING