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Le Meridien Nirwana Bali to Rebrand as Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali

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Pan Pacific Hotels Group has signed a management agreement with PT Bali Nirwana Resort (BNR), to rebrand the five-star integrated Le Meridien Nirwana Bali Resort as the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort on 1 April 2010.

 PT Bali Nirwana Resort is the owning company of Nirwana Bali Resort, which has been managed under the Le Meridien brand since its opening in 1997.

The expansive 103-hectare integrated resort is located on Balis southwest coast and features views of the islands volcanic mountains and the Indian Ocean. With 278 rooms including luxury suites and villas, the resort offers world class recreational and banquet facilities including indoor and outdoor meeting spaces for up to 300 guests. Its lush 18-hole world class Greg Norman golf course has also won numerous awards.

I am delighted for this wonderful opportunity for the group to commence a great relationship with partners like PT Bali Nirwana Resort, said A. Patrick Imbardelli, President and CEO of Pan Pacific Hotels Group. Having a brand-defining resort in a key beach destination such as Bali is in line with Pan Pacific Hotels Groups expansion strategy of developing the resorts segment under our brands. With a great hotel like Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort, the Pan Pacific brand grows from strength to strength, ultimately creating greater value for our guests, our other hotels in the portfolio, and for our hotel owners.

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort will be Pan Pacific Hotel Groups second hotel in Indonesia.

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