Marriott International recently opened its first Aloft property in Bali. Aloft Bali Seminyak is an urban-inspired, new-build hotel created with music lovers and tech-savvy travelers in mind.
The property offers 80 guestrooms, all with contemporary decor and Balinese accents, nine-foot-ceilings, Bluetooth speakers, walk-in rainfall showers and refreshment stations. Select guestrooms provide direct access to a lap pool with views of a hanging garden.
On-site dining includes The Kahuna, a rooftop restaurant serving international and local cuisine alongside ocean views. Re:fuel by Aloft is the brand’s 24-7 grab-and-go marketplace. A Re:mix lounge and W XYZ bar serve drinks in social spaces.
“We are excited to be unveiling the Aloft Hotels brand in Bali,” said Mike Fulkerson, vice president, brand and marketing, Asia Pacific, Marriott International. “The new Aloft Bali Seminyak is set to own the stage as the hottest gathering hub for travelers visiting the well-known social scene of Seminyak. From its bold design to its live music programming, locals and guests alike can experience the next generation of hotels that will enhance their stay while vacationing on island paradise.”
“We are thrilled to open the first Aloft hotel in Bali and to welcome the next generation of travelers to Indonesia’s most famous island destination,” added Kristanti Tannady, general manager, Aloft Bali Seminyak. “Aloft Bali Seminyak offers a fresh hospitality experience, which brings a contrast between contemporary and traditional designs as well as a blend of both lively and serene lifestyles for guests.”
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