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Balis Villa Mahapala enhances Online Reservation Service

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 17 July 2008

Villa Mahapala Resort in the tranquil beach town of Sanur is now offering an enhanced reservation system on its website. The newly launched online booking service allows guests to book directly and securely online.

Villa Mahapalas online reservation system guarantees a reserved room in just a few clicks. The state-of-the-art system shows 14 days of real-time room availability around the guests selected vacation dates. Complete room amenities and features for each accommodation type are shown online. Once guests have made their booking choices, they secure the reservation by placing an affordable deposit payment of 10%, which will be deducted from the total room charge. This minimal fee ensures that their room is ready and available upon the guests arrival to the villa.

Reservations are confirmed instantly via an automated e-mail. All transactions made through Villa Mahapalas new online reservation system are guaranteed safe by the 128-bit encryption technology of WorldPay, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Villa Mahapala is located in Sanur, Bali. It offers 20 private villas, each with its own plunge pool, massage hut, and outdoor shower. The villa resort also has a French fusion resto, bar, and spa.

The villa resort partnered DirectWithHotels to imrpove its direct reservations service. DirectWithHotels works with pioneering technology to empower accommodation providers worldwide to directly serve guests online and provide instant booking confirmations.

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