Kamandalu Ubud has finished the project to rebrand the resort with beautiful and romantic style, recently. Decorated in a classical Balinese village, the resort has updated and enhanced the facilities to be luxury resort on the Island of the Gods. Redesigned by Indonesian architect, Hadiprana, Kamandalu Ubud has now presented its new face. The resort rebranding started from the logo redesign. In Sanskrit, Kamandalu refers to the vessel containing the water of life. With the recent updates, the logo was redesigned in the shape of an earthenware vessel to more closely reflect the philosophy of life.
At the new lobby of the Kamandalu Ubud, guests begin to experience the serenity of Bali’s atmosphere. Overlooking gorgeous paddy field, the front office will welcome every single guest warmly and friendlily. Meanwhile, its Presidential villas, the exquisite Presidential and Jr. Presidential villas are overlooking private pool and dazzling scenery of green terrace.
For the convenience of guests, the resort is equipped with supporting facilities such as Village Club. It is a cozy lounge exclusively intended for Pool Villa guest with the benefits including complementary cocktails, afternoon tea, Internet access and butler service. Wedding at the Alun-Alun is the perfect venue for special day. It offers intimate and elegant tropical surroundings to be remembered for life.
Meanwhile, Petulu Restaurant is the venue offering dining experience that goes beyond culinary indulgence to feast all the senses. Guests can taste the distinctive cuisines of the Indonesia’s archipelago with an emphasis on the traditional Balinese dishes.
In addition, the redesign also gave a touch to other resort facilities like the Rumah Yoga, Chaya Spa, Infinity Pool, Meeting Room and Aira Café. “Kamandalu Ubud enriches the experience of stays through our heritage and original concept of tranquil escape, while offering a new level of comfort,” said the Resident Manager, Deasy Swandarini.
According to the woman born on November 4, in the world where people were constantly on the move, the need for relaxation was more urgent than ever before. “Our recent updates have ensured that Kamandalu Ubud remains the perfect place to recharge. In our philosophy, Kamandalu Ubud is our village, our staff is our extended family and our guest is a sacred responsibility,” Deasy added. (BTN/ocha)
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