Nikko Bali Resort & Spa Renamed Grand Nikko Bali After Expansion
Friday June 7th, 2013 - 9:29AM A
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TOKYO—JAL Hotels Co. Ltd. will rename the Nikko Bali Resort & Spa to Grand Nikko Bali effective July 15. The renaming coincides with the new upgraded facilities, which include 19 new luxury villas, a multi-purpose event space and a wedding ceremony gazebo.
The new luxury villas include 17 one-bedroom 3,229 sq.-ft. villas, one two-bedroom 5,382 sq.-ft. villa, and one three-bedroom 7,535 sq.-ft. villa, all with private swimming pools, outdoor-indoor living rooms, extra-spacious bathrooms and butler service for the ultimate resort experience.
Villa guests can enjoy breakfast or afternoon tea at the new Villa Lounge, centrally located among the villas, where check-in/check-out services will also be provided. In addition, villa guests will have access to the Nikko Club Lounge, an exclusive lounge for Club-floor guests in the hotel’s main building.
The new 11,840-sq.-ft. multi-purpose event facility, called MPF, airy and sunny with large windows providing a magnificent ocean view, is ideally suited for many different types of events, from a wedding banquet to a corporate event. It holds 1,000 people theater-style, 612 classroom-style, and 760 banquet-style. The facility also has three 538 sq.-ft. adjoining rooms, well-suited for use as conference breakout rooms. The new wedding gazebo, Kamita, meaning love in Sanskrit, is located on the property’s grounds, surrounded by Bali’s natural beauty. It will hold up to 30 people.
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