Swiss-Belhotel International, a global hospitality management chain spreading across Indonesia and Asia-Pacific, has continued with the grand opening of Swiss-Belinn Legian in Bali, Friday (Mar 14). The opening ceremony held in the lobby was officially opened by Commissioner Mrs. Liliana Layata, President Director Mr. Kohar Mukim and Vice President of PT Adika Sari Bungalow Mr. Victor Layata. Meanwhile, the event was attended by Mr. Faull and Swiss-Belhotel International Senior Vice President of Operations and Development Mr. Emmanuel Guillard together with the General Manager I Nyoman Suwamana Wahyu Putra.
Swiss-Belinn Legian is strategically located near Kuta, Seminyak and Legian Beach, traditional market, nightclub, money changer and shopping mall. It offers 124 rooms of three star properties with international standard facilities reinforcing the Swiss-Belhotel International having been voted Indonesia’s Leading Global Hotel Chain for four times. Besides, the hotel is equipped with facilities including a bar, a restaurant and lounge, meeting rooms and a ballroom with the capacity up to 150 guests, a rooftop bar, a swimming pool, a gym and a spa outlet. Each guestroom is equipped with LCD TV offering international channels, IDD/NDD telephone and individually controlled air-conditioning, coffee and tea making facilities, a mini-bar, a safety deposit box and broadband internet access.
Fusing intelligent simplicity with the island’s celebrated culture, the Swiss-Belinn Legian delivers affordable and quality accommodation for discerning guests and provides a fresh Bali experience for leisure and business travelers. While, the main market of this hotel is focused on Asia, Australia and domestic travelers. Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President, Mr. Gavin M. Faull said that the launch of Swiss-Belinn Legian was another important milestone in their development. It was a journey that had been and would always be underpinned by the highest level of services and professionalism of listening to our guests and exceeding their expectations.
“We are delighted to open the Swiss-Belinn in Bali, a destination that continues to thrive with increasing international arrivals, improving infrastructure and a naturally hospitable culture to underpin the guest experience. We choose Legian because the area is still having the nostalgic charm of village life in combination with opened-society,” he revealed. Swiss-Belhotel International has more than 120 hotels, resorts and projects in its global portfolio. Voted one of the world’s top 100 hotel groups in 2013 by Hotels Magazine, it has a presence in China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman and Saudi Arabia. (BTN/ocha)
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