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Bali Garden Hotel offers Improved Services

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 1 July 2005

The Bali Garden Hotel has turned itself inside out to bring an exciting new dimension to the ever-improving South Kuta Beach sunset strip in Bali. The Kafe Batan Waru and a Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant join the hotel to deliver culinary delights to hotel guests, passers-by and local residents with convenient street-front access and off street parking.

Converting disused disco space, the hotel has also opened an exotic and affordable Tari Spa. Closed circuit television cameras have been installed throughout the resort to enhance security measures, and, August will see completion of a shopping arcade, with street-side access, completing a multi-dimensional facelift of this popular South Kuta Beach hotel.

Tari Spa 

A new, Zen-style spa is on Bali Gardens first floor. Tari means dance and spa goers are welcomed to the health center by the stunning profile of a Balinese dancer illuminated in holographic lighting. Tari Spa offers a range of professionally delivered, relaxation therapies and beauty treatments for men, women and couples. Single and double treatment rooms are completed with teakwood floors, offset by soothing gray and blue hues. Bathrooms with solid stone sinks, marble surfaces and stone and granite floors with stunning private plunge baths, set in minimalist surroundings.

Treatments include massages, body masks and scrubs, facials, cream baths, manicures and pedicures, starting from Rp. 95,000 per treatment. Packages and couples package treatments are discounted during special morning and evening hours respectively.

Kafe Batan Waru

Kafe Batan Waru has been a favorite hang out for locals, tourists and expatriates since first opening in Ubud in 1997. Kafe Batan Waru, named Bali's Best Indonesia Restaurant for two consecutive years by Best Bets Bali, now a part of Bali Garden Hotel, even delivers room service. The traditional-style caf fronts the main street of South Kuta Beach as a stand-alone restaurant with sidewalk and alfresco indoor dining.

This popular caf serves up an imaginative menu of Indonesian and Balinese favorites in a charming setting. The Indonesian menu and daily specials feature food from across the archipelago. Specialties include Fish Roasted in Banana Leaves, Mountain Fern Tips with Coconut and Spices, Vegetarian Curry, Balinese Smoked Duck and the Fisherman's Dinner. Barbecue is Saturdays specialty and Chili Crab Night is every Sunday.

Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant & Bar

With five island locations, Ryoshi Japanese restaurants long have been a part of the Bali dining scene. Ryoshi offers several styles of Japanese cooking: sashimi, tempura, sushi, mochi, teppanyaki, robatayaki and noodles. The affordable prices and a reliably consistent menu, supported by a constant supply of fresh fish, are what made Ryoshi an island icon.

A great Japanese meal with simple, good food, pleasant presentation in a refreshingly cool air-conditioned atmosphere on the second level overlooks the hubbub passing by on the street below. To be more a part of the passing parade, Ryoshi also has a sidewalk bar with stools to perch upon and watch the world go by. The Ryoshi menu also is available through room service.

On world famous Kuta Beach, the Bali Garden Hotel is set among more than two hectares of tropical garden lush with frangipani, hibiscus and gently swaying palm trees. Bali Garden Hotel is just five minutes from Bali's international airport and within walking distance of the islands largest shopping mall and the nightlife of Kuta and Tuban.

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