The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah Ubud is set to change hands and become an anchor for the ambitions of a brand-new hotel management group, Hadiprana Hospitality. The formal handover from the resort’s long-time operator, Singapore-based GHM, is set to take place on January 1st.
As Indonesia seeks to diversify away from focusing on Bali, Nia Niscaya, deputy minister of tourism for the destination, tells us how successful those efforts have been. Speaking at World Travel Market in London, she also explains how important growing airlift into the country has been for the development of the hospitality sector.
Vietnam Airlines has celebrated the launch of its new flights to Bali, tourism capital of Indonesia, from Ho Chi Ming City. Ceremonies were hosted at both Tan Son Nhat Airport in Ho Chi Minh City and Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali.
Marriott has welcomed its latest property in Bali with the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Bali Ungasan, the third Four Points hotel to open on the island. Situated in Jimbaran hills, the hotel offers breath-taking views of Jimbaran Bay, Mount Batukaru and Mount Agung.
Natra Bintan, inspired by its Arabic origins equating happiness and tranquillity, is a personification of the glamping experience that brings to life the concept of being one with nature.
Swiss-Belhotel International has celebrated the opening of Swiss-Belhotel Serpong, a new upscale hotel in the thriving satellite city of Serpong, just 21 kilometres south-west of Jakarta.
Swiss-Belhotel International has launched Swiss-Belinn Gajah Mada Medan, a new midscale hotel in the capital of North Sumatra, Indonesia. Located on Jalan Gajah Mada in the centre of the city, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s main business and shopping districts.
Guests of Banyan Tree Bintan can look forward to embracing a truly local experience and the natural wonders of the South China Sea with the resort is set to launch the Kelong Villa.
W Hotels Worldwide has announced the signing of W Bali – Ubud, the brand’s latest W Escape. This expansion into Ubud marks the second W Hotel in Indonesia, following the opening of W Bali – Seminyak in 2010.
The resort, which has opened in the upmarket Nusa Dua area of Bali, has 475 well-appointed guest-rooms, striking suites and discreet villas in a quiet beachfront setting.
Located right next door to the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the five-star hotel is a haven of hip and contemporary sophistication encompassing 227 stylish studios and suites, innovative event spaces, an outdoor pool, gym and Spa Alila.