Hilton Signs Waldorf Astoria in Bali

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Thursday, 13 March 2014

Hilton has signed a new management agreement with PT. Bali Ragawisata for the first Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts property in Indonesia.

Located in the exclusive Bukit Pandawa precinct in the south of Bali, approximately 10 kilometers away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport, the 96-villa Waldorf Astoria Bali is also the fourth hotel in the pipeline in Indonesia for the global hospitality group.

Perched 40 meters above sea level on a prime cliff-front land of Balis southernmost peninsula, Waldorf Astoria Bali will span a sprawling 13 hectares and offer 96 guestrooms, ranging from one-bedroom villas to six-bedroom suite villas.

The resort will feature two specialty restaurants and a destination bar.

Waldorf Astoria Bali will also offer a range of exclusive events facilities with its wedding chapel, outdoor event lawn, event courtyard and a business center.

The resort will also offer guests an outdoor sea-facing pool with a beach club, an 8,000 square-meter private beach as well as a health club and spa.

Waldorf Astoria has experienced unrivaled growth in recent years as we continue to expand our footprint with iconic signings in landmark locations, said John Vanderslice, global head, luxury brands, Hilton Worldwide. Bali is an immensely popular tourist destination that is renowned for its rich culture and arts. Waldorf Astoria Bali will be perfectly placed to offer global luxury travelers a unique and inspirational environment where they can experience True Waldorf Service and unforgettable experiences.

Waldorf Astoria Bali will be the brands second luxury property in Southeast Asia, the other being the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok.

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