Centaras 2nd Resort in Bali to Open Q3 2012

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Centaras second resort in Bali, the Centara Grand Nusa Dua Resort & Villas, is scheduled to soft-open during the third quarter of 2012.

The five-star property will feature a combination of deluxe suites and pool villas with a choice of one, two and three bedrooms.

Centaras first resort hotel to open in Bali was the Centra Taum Seminyak Bali, located in the centre of Krobokan, at Seminyak, one of the islands prime tourism destinations.

Centara Grand Nusa Dua Resort & Villas will have 68 suites with the option of a private pool, a lagoon access or a private Jacuzzi, and 14 private pool villas with one, two or three bedrooms and butler service.

There will be a Spa Cenvaree with nine treatment rooms offering a full range of signature treatments, two large pools, and a fitness centre.

The fine dining restaurant, named Ginger, and will feature Asian cuisine, and there will also be an all-day restaurant and two bars.

The hotel will also feature a Club Lounge, a Kids and Teens Club and a library.

Our main market for Centara Grand Nusa Dua Resort & Villas will be the leisure and honeymoon sectors, but due to the excellent location of the resort next to the Bali Convention Centre, a large part of our business will be from the meetings and events sector, said Martin Heiniger, Cluster General Manager of Centara Hotels & Resorts Bali, Indonesia. The market mix for MICE is forecast at 60% domestic and 40% international.

The resort will feature five meeting rooms ranging from 200sqm in size to the boardroom, at 37.5sqm.

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