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Alila Seminyak Earns Earthcheck Certification

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The soon to open Alila Seminyak has surpassed Earthcheck Global standards in Building, Planning and Design Certification, scoring well above industry scores.

Alila Seminyak is one of the first resorts in Indonesia to surpass the rigorous EarthCheck Building, Planning and Design standards, achieving a 44 point best practice score.

Due to open at the end of 2014, Alila Seminyak will feature 240 rooms.

The hotel construction includes the use of locally sourced, recycled and reclaimed building materials including architectural, landscape and interior finishes. In addition, low energy light fixtures, rainwater harvesting, environmental and building management systems have been implemented.

The entire development has been constructed following strict sustainable design principles and guidelines which will follow operational Earthcheck standards.

Rooms will range in size from 46 to 177 square metres, and resort amenities will include beachfront restaurants and pools, Spa Alila and extensive events space.

Alila Seminyak, Bali will be the third new property opened by Alila Hotels & Resorts in 2014 and the fifth on the island of Bali. Alila is due to launch its first property in the Middle East with Alila Jabal Akhdar in Oman in May, to be followed by Alila Anji, a tranquil lakeside retreat in the bamboo forests of Hangzhou. Alila Hotels and Resorts currently has twenty new developments in the pipeline, seven of which are due to open in the next two years.

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