Perched dramatically on a cliff-top between two beaches on Bali’s stunning southern peninsula, Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu becomes the brand’s inaugural property in Indonesia.
Designed in a traditional Balinese style, this elegant low-rise resort features 111 contemporary rooms and 14 well-appointed suites, plus impressive facilities and lush tropical gardens.
The glittering grand opening ceremony was attended by local dignitaries, travel trade partners and senior Radisson Hotel Group executives including Katerina Giannouka, president for Asia Pacific; Björn-Henning Buth, the resort’s general manager; and Triswono Nilam, managing director of PT Gadelius, who also owns the property.
“Indonesia is a highly important market for Radisson Hotel Group, underlined by the fact that we recently hosted our annual Asia Pacific Business Conference in the country.
“We are very proud to open our third property in Indonesia and our first Radisson Blu on the beautiful southern shores of Bali.
“I would like to congratulate Pak Triswono and the team for creating such an outstanding property,” said Katerina.
The resort’s stylish rooms and suites range in size from 58 to 148 square meters, and all come equipped with private balconies or terraces.
Every suite is crowned with a stunning rooftop terrace that overlooks the pool or ocean.
Bali, Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination, welcomed a record 5.7 million international visitors in 2017 and the island’s popularity shows no signs of diminishing.
Blessed with blissful beaches, spectacular natural landscapes and an enchanting local culture, the Island of the Gods looks set to captivate global travellers for many years to come.
Take a look at what Breaking Travel News report Maria Korelina found when she visited the island earlier this year here.