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The Villas Seminyak Changes Name to The Villas Bali Hotel and Spa

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 3 March 2015

The Villas Seminyak has changed its name back to its original name - The Villas Bali Hotel and Spa.

The hotel enjoys an enviable location in the centre of Seminyak, close to the island's most popular upscale boutiques, specialist shops, restaurants and beaches.

The Villas Bali Hotel and Spa features 50 pool villas offering a choice of one, two and three fully air-conditioned en-suited bedroom villas ranging from 200 sq meters to 600 sq meters.

Set in lush landscaped tropical gardens each villa has exclusive use of a private infinity-edged swimming pool, separate living and sleeping area and, fully equipped kitchen.

"We have been established in Seminyak for over 15 years and continue to offer our guests a consistent level of service through high staff-to-guest ratios combined with an exceptional range of onsite facilities including Prana Spa, The Private Suite, Chill Reflexology and Prana Restaurant said General Manager and Owners Representative, Andrew Keating. "We were always referred to colloquially as The Villas as we were one of the first villa style hotel resorts in Seminyak. It seemed natural to rebrand a few years ago simply as The Villas Seminyak. Since this change Bali has certainly boomed and many other 'villas' have now opened their doors which has lead to confusion in the market place. We are essentially a hotel offering villa accommodation and it makes perfect sense to return to our name of The Villas Bali Hotel and Spa.

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