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Peppers Rebrands Resort in Seminyak, Bali

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Peppers Retreats & Resorts has added Bali to its growing portfolio with the rebranding of the former Sentosa Seminyak all-villa luxury resort.

Now known as Peppers Sentosa Seminyak, the resort comprises 49 three, four and five bedroom luxury villas (177 rooms in total) each with private swimming pools set amidst lush tropical gardens and lotus ponds with a large poolside Bale for relaxation and massages.

Peppers plans to launch a further eight, one and two-bedroom villas in the second half of 2014 and refresh existing villas to remain consistent with Peppers brand standards.

Travellers from Australia and New Zealand, familiar with the Peppers brand at home, will now be able to have the Peppers experience in one of our most popular overseas destinations, said Bob East, CEO of Mantra Group, who manage the Peppers brand. The emerging middle class in Indonesia is also a growing market and we are confident the Peppers style and service will resonate with them.

Peppers Sentosa Seminyak is offering an opening special from USD$699 per night in a 3-bedroom Royal Pool Villa or from USD$919 per night in a 4-bedroom Presidential Pool Villa including a welcome drink, fruit basket, sumptuous daily breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi. The offer is valid for booking until 30 June and valid for travel until 23 December 2014.

Peppers is Mantra Group's deluxe hotel brand and includes a collection of 29 boutique retreats and resorts across Australia and New Zealand. Peppers Sentosa Seminyak is the first Peppers property to open in Indonesia and the second for Mantra Group following the opening of the brand new Mantra Nusa Dua in 2012.

Mantra, Peppers, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

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