The Conrad Bali has completed the renovation of
a further 85 Deluxe rooms.
The completion of this second phase of
renovations at the resort promises guests transformed and
featuring a fresh blue, grey color palette and wooden furniture,
reflecting tropical island-inspired patterns with warm, cozy
lighting and contemporary Balinese artwork.
The first phase of Conrad Bali's transformation
project began in December 2017 and was completed last September.
That phase covered 103 expanded Deluxe rooms, a refurbished lagoon
pool, a revamped main pool and an update to the all-day dining Suku Restaurant.
"Since our opening 15 years ago, Conrad Bali has
been a haven for travelers looking for an unparalleled experience
in Bali. The refurbishments bring a fresh new look and feel to all
our guests and we are excited to be offering an elevated
experience and perfect getaway for both business and leisure
travelers at Conrad Bali," said Andreas Justkowiak, general
manager of the resort.
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