Courtyard by Marriott Bali launches Beach Club
Bali’s latest resort opening, the Courtyard by Marriott located in the up-market enclave of Nusa Dua, recently opened its Beach Club, a relaxed seafront bistro and lounge in close proximity to the property.
Situated on a private beach lined with coconut trees and tropical gardens, the Beach Club overlooks a popular surfing wave and lush peninsula and set along a promenade favored for tranquil walks and cardio exercise.
“The Beach Club complements the resort’s facilities very neatly given its casual milieu and value-for-money menu,” said general manager Jeff Tyler.
“All of our guests, from families and couples to surfers appreciate the serenity of the beachside venue for relaxation, great comfort food and cocktails.”
The Beach Club is equipped with enclosed garden showers, spacious lounge chairs with beach parasols and towels, daybeds and an open-air bar and bistro over a manicured sand floor.
Its on-location chef and serving staff prepare an eclectic menu serving such items as gourmet hotdogs, tacos, satay, grilled prawns, veggie burgers and a variety of beverages including wine, beer or smoothies and fresh juice.
The venue is connected by a resort shuttle bus that departs the hotel every 30 minutes with some guests opting to take the 10-minute stroll from the hotel lobby along a palm-fringed boulevard.
“The Beach Club can host functions up to 180 people and is ideal for scenic wedding parties,” said Nicolas Reschke, director of sales.
“We also expect keen interest for MICE events that take advantage of combining the hotel for formal receptions and the Beach Club for more casual affairs.”
Bali has witnessed robust growth in its tourism sector in recent years with Nusa Dua considered as a long established and well developed model appreciated by those seeking an integrated and secure destination experience.
“The resort and location provide fantastic beach recreation and with a 18-hole championship golf club and up-market shopping all within Nusa Dua, our guests enjoy the easeful nature of the location,” concluded Tyler.