Novo­tel Bali Benoa

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SPRAWL­ING OVER THREE HECTARES of beau­ti­fully land­scaped trop­i­cal gar­dens along an ex­pan­sive stretch of a smooth and sandy beach, Hol­i­day Inn Re­sort Baruna Bali is the ideal choice for fam­i­lies and cou­ples seek­ing a con­tem­po­rary chic ad­dress for their trop­i­cal hol­i­day get-away. It is lo­cated just 15-minute stroll away from the colour­ful, rein­vigourated Kuta beach scene with its new board­walk.

Hol­i­day Inn Re­sort Baruna Bali of­fers 193 guest rooms and suites, rang­ing in size from 28 to 75 square me­tres, all with pri­vate bal­conies boast­ing stun­ning vis­tas of shim­mer­ing azure sea or the re­sort’s pool and ver­dant lawns. The re­sort’s Stu­dio Rooms, from 46 to 50 square

me­tres in size, and the 75-square me­tre Fam­ily Suite have been ex­pressly de­signed for fam­i­lies trav­el­ling with lit­tle chil­dren in mind, fea­tur­ing highly-pan­eled bunk beds with its own tele­vi­sions and xbox gaming con­sole sets. In ad­di­tion, ju­nior guests in the Fam­ily Suite can romp to their young hearts’ de­sire in an ad­ja­cent pi­rate-themed kids’bed­room, with twin beds and its own sep­a­rate bath­room.

Vi­brant and di­verse din­ing op­tions abound at Hol­i­day Inn Re­sort Baruna Bali, per­fect for en­hanc­ing any laid­back, care­free hol­i­day.Guests can en­joy all-day, open kitchen the­atre din­ing at Palms, grab a favourite cof­fee or tep­pan ice cream at funky Flavaz, chill at the Pool Bar or sip cock­tails while watch­ing spec­tac­u­lar sun­sets at beach­front Envy bar and restau­rant with its large out­door gar­den ter­race and invit­ing ‘‘take it easy’’ day beds.

Hol­i­day Inn Re­sort Baruna Bali is also an ideal choice for meet­ings and cel­e­bra­tions on the is­land, with a spa­cious 264-seat ball­room, four el­e­gant func­tion rooms for events up to 80 peo­ple and an almost end­less ar­ray of breathtaking out­door venues for spe­cial oc­ca­sions, such as a spec­tac­u­lar beach­front wed­ding or an ex­otic trop­i­cal gar­den cer­e­mony.

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