Starwood Unveils Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran
Thursday May 9th, 2013 - 11:05AM PB
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BALI, INDONESIA—Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. and PT Tiara Raya Bali International today opened Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran.
According to the company, the resort features the newly developed Le Méridien Hub experience, which re-interprets the traditional lobby into a social gathering place.
The hotel offers four F&B options: Bamboo Chic, featuring Pan-Asian flavors fused with an authentic Balinese palate and made with organic ingredients; Smoqee Lounge & Sky Bar, with hand-crafted cocktails, sunset views, and tunes from resident DJs; Latitude 8, offering coffee by day and wines and tapas by night; and WALA, which serves handcrafted gelato and coffee.
The hotel’s 118 guestrooms and suites feature modern batik motifs and liquid art imagery by German artist Markus Reugels. Ground-floor guestrooms open directly onto an organic-form saltwater lagoon pool.
Located on the rooftop level, the glass encased Celebration Pavilion and Bale Banjar Ballroom affords panoramic views of Jimbaran Bay. A conference center provides multi-purpose space and a business center.
Other amenities include Serenity, a rejuvenation spa with six treatment rooms and a lounge; a fitness center with a variety of health programs; and J Kids Club, with an outdoor children’s pool.
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