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Aston Bali Beach Resort Rebrands

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Following a million-dollar facelift and overhaul throughout the hotel, Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa has been officially re-branded as the Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort.

Perhaps the most anticipated transformation of the beachfront Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort is the renovation and rejuvenation of each of its luxurious rooms.

 Inspired by a fusion of contemporary flair with authentic Balinese architecture, the refurbishment of the rooms and suites has brought with it a chic design accented by rich woods and impeccable attention to detail.

Every room boasts garden, pool or ocean views, topped off with a private balcony to soak up the paradisal vista.

Ranging from the 45 square meter Deluxe Room to the sweeping 320 square meter Ocean View Suite, each of the 187 accommodation types offer ample relaxation and lolling space for leisure and business travellers alike.

The resort is also showcasing the re-launch of its 4 restaurants, 2 bars and the Samudra Lounge, each one tempting guests with delicious bites and refreshing tipples.

 Kicking off the restaurant renovations, the Grand Benoa Resto officially re-opened in February 2013 and has since been dazzling taste buds with its breakfast buffet and a wide selection of Pan-Asian cuisine.

Meanwhile, Bali Luna offers up the chefís signature dishes for those long lunches and romantic dinners, and Giorgio Italian Restaurant serves up Italian cuisine in a cozy atmosphere.

The clue is in the name at By The C Restaurant & Bar, presenting seafood BBQ, wood fired pizza and tropical libations beside the glittering ocean.

Joining the resort's plethora of recreational facilities, guests can now keep their youngsters entertained at the new beachfront kids club. Welcoming children aged between 4-12 years old, the club is kitted out with flat screen TVs, Playstation gaming consoles, a 'foosball' table and a wide array of kiddie toys. There is also additional outdoor playtime furniture and kids activities available throughout the day. From sand castle making and Indonesian lessons, to board games, origami and canvas painting; the resort's experienced kids club attendants are on hand to stimulate the little ones while the adults soak up the sun.

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