Radis­son Blu Bali Uluwatu brings Bright Blu to In­done­sia and In­spired De­sign to Bali

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Only a 40-minute drive from Bali’s Ngu­rah Rai In­ter­na­tional Air­port lies Uluwatu ­– a ru­ral jewel in Bali’s Bukit penin­sula crown. On this south­west­ern tip of the Is­land, In­done­sia’s first Radis­son Blu re­sort, Radis­son Blu Bali Uluwatu rein­ter­prets Ba­li­nese style for modern trav­ellers. Set to wel­come guests from Jan­uary 2018, the brand’s 100 per­cent Sat­is­fac­tion Guar­an­tee is ev­i­dent in ev­ery di­men­sion of the re­sort’s unique char­ac­ter.

Guest ac­com­mo­da­tion com­prises 111 deluxe rooms in three cat­e­gories, fea­tur­ing pri­vate bal­conies on up­per floors and pri­vate sun­decks on lower floors, and 14 suites with stun­ning rooftop ter­races giv­ing guests views of the ocean, the pool or both in full panorama.

The all day din­ing restau­rant Ar­ti­choke pro­vides guests with in­cred­i­ble se­lec­tion, burst­ing with lo­cal and global flavours.

Radis­son Blu’s sig­na­ture restau­rant con­cept Filini makes its Asia Pa­cific de­but at the re­sort. This au­then­tic Ital­ian eatery of­fers Mediterranean flavours in an in­for­mal set­ting. Three dis­tinctly dif­fer­ent bars com­plete the F&B of­fer­ings with tapas and cock­tail pair­ings at Look­out, pool­side quenchers at Choka and cleansing juices at Lu­cid Liq­uids en­sur­ing all tastes are catered for.

SpaESC, a pool and fit­ness cen­tre en­sure that well­ness and fit­ness go hand-in-hand with re­lax­ation. The Eureka! Kids Club keeps the youngest guests busy. Two high­spec meet­ing rooms, two event pavil­ions and an out­door gar­den venue are avail­able to host wed­dings, meet­ings, events and con­fer­ences. Ev­ery­thing is made pos­si­ble at the prop­erty by the at­ten­tive, proac­tive Radis­son Blu Yes I Can! ser­vice ethos.

Gen­eral Man­ager Björn-Hen­ning Buth ex­plains, “The in­cred­i­ble ar­chi­tec­ture is a true cel­e­bra­tion of na­tive crafts­man­ship. Ten­ganan Vil­lage is the ref­er­ence for building meth­ods and ma­te­ri­als. The lay­out of guest rooms and so­cial spa­ces also fol­lows that of tra­di­tional Ba­li­nese homes, and the in­te­rior de­sign­ers have taken their in­spi­ra­tion from the or­nate pat­tern­ing of Bali’s Lon­tar manuscripts.”

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