Best Western Opens New Hotel in Kuta, Bali

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 28 September 2011

The Best Western Kuta Seaview  has opened in Bali, Indonesia.

Located in the heart of Kuta area, the newly-built hotel is is within walking distance of many of the attractions that have made Bali such a popular island resort. Such attractions include the famous Kuta Beach with its welcoming white sands and surfing waves, the Legian nightlife area, plenty of shops and restaurants and the Waterbom Bali waterpark. The Ngurah Rai International Airport is just 15 minutes drive away.

The hotels 144 guestrooms are divided into Standard, Superior, Deluxe and Junior Suite categories. They feature LCD flat TV with cable, mini bar, in-room safe, coffee/tea making set and hair dryer. Some feature a private balcony.

Hotel facilities include a swimming pool, Taste Restaurant serving Asian and Western cuisine, 24-hour coffee shop, the rooftop 3S Lounge and Bar overlooking Kuta Beach and two meeting rooms with capacity of 20 to 50 people.

There is also an internet corner and Wi-Fi internet access is available in all guestrooms, as well as the lobby and pool areas.

With the beach, shops, dining and entertainment all close by and Balis other attractions easily accessible, Best Western Kuta Seaview will offer something for everyone. Add to this legendary Balinese hospitality and Best Westerns world class standards, and the result is a beautiful new property destined to quickly become a favourite choice among Balis hotels and resorts said Best Western Internationals Vice President International Operations Asia & the Middle East, Glenn de Souza. 

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