Mandarin Oriental to open resort in Bali in 2016
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, which has hotels in places like Bangkok, Manila, Las Vegas and Paris, is set to open a luxurious hideaway resort in Bali, Indonesia, by end of 2016.
Mandarin Oriental, Bali, will be located on Bali’s southern Bukit peninsula. The resort will offer 180 degree views with direct access to a secluded and protected white sand beach.
Situated on elevated terraces, the 121-key resort comprises 97 spacious villas, each with a private pool ranging from 10 to 15 metres in length and 24 airy and expansive guest rooms.
It will feature three restaurants and bars. The resort will also offer a variety of multi-purpose function rooms, including an iconic cliff top ceremony platform – ideal for weddings – with ocean views.
An all-inclusive Spa at Mandarin Oriental will offer the most comprehensive range of wellness, beauty and massage treatments available in the region.
“We are delighted to extend Mandarin Oriental’s renowned levels of hospitality to the beautiful island of Bali and are looking forward to creating a luxurious hideaway on this dramatic Bukit coastline,” Edouard Ettedgui, group chief executive of Mandarin Oriental, said in a statement.