The Ritz-Carlton, Bali, Indonesia to open in 2014


Ritz-Carlton is one of the most prestigious brands in the hospitality industry. Its Shanghai hotel has been honored as the Best Hotel in the World. Guests have also graded the Ritz-Carlton as the top-lister that provides complete customer satisfaction, among other luxury hotel brands. The chain is now making a return to the beautifully mesmerizing islands of Bali, Indonesia. Scheduled to open in 2014, the location is the perfect destination to house the Ritz, owing to its white sandy beaches and fully panoramic views of the sea, and relaxed ambiance. The additional features to bask in at the Ritz-Carlton, Bali, are the elevated cliff-top settings. Imagine luxury from a height, which allows you to take in the hypnotic views from atop.

Owned by PT Oriental Indah Bali Hotel Company and designed by architects and designers Burega Farnell, the hotel will feature 288 rooms inclusive of 90 exceptional suites and 14 villas. The Ritz-Carlton, Bali will also debut 10 cliff-top villas that offer sweeping views across the ocean. The resort also includes special venues for weddings, including a choice of two wedding chapels, a ballroom, three intimate function rooms, and outdoor terraces to create memorable celebrations that will stay with a couple and their guests for a lifetime.

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The luxury resort will also be abode to six restaurants and bars, a cliff-side restaurant integrated into a natural cave that also serves as a private dining room. Other restaurants on the list include a beach grill, an Indonesian restaurant, a Japanese restaurant, a pool bar, and all-day dining. The resort also offers a spa, a water sports pavilion, and other recreational facilities. Overall, the Ritz-Carlton, Bali would be a destination that would etch its memories onto its guest’s mind, one that would linger for long.

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