Hotel Santika Kuta Bali is a modern hotel combined with traditional Balinese Architecture. It is located at a strategic place, only 10 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport, at Jl. Raya Kuta no. 98, Kuta. Even, the hotel which built in the heart of Kuta's vibrant shopping and restaurant district also close to Waterbom Bali, Cyrcus water park and just 10 minutes to popular Kuta beach.
Executive Secretary Erlina Dewi explained that the hotel recently opened in 2010 has completed by facilities to welcome local and foreign guest with genuine hospitality. "Those facilities are 101 rooms & suites, coffee shop, swimming pool, spa massage, two meeting rooms, public areas, IDD Telephone and doctor on call (24 hours), 24-hour check-in services and restaurant named Kafe Serani,” said the woman friendly.
Café Serani, continued Erlina, has a concept of the open-plan dining area in which it suited to enjoy the Indonesian and Western cuisine for lunch or dinner. Offering healthy appetizer, main courses, dessert including beverages like healthy juice, soft drink and much more. For breakfast, it serves a special and extensive buffet. “We provide the perfect dining experience at any time, throughout the day,” she said.
The woman who doubling as Public Relation in charge explained, the hotel which offer four types room like Superior, Deluxe, Premiere and Executive has been stylishly designed with modern amenities. Each rooms are completed with LCD TV with 60 satellite channels, free Wi-fi internet access in all rooms, en-suite bathroom with shower, bathtub, coffee & tea maker, daily two complementary bottles of mineral water, mini refrigerator, safety deposit box, public areas and 24 hour room services.
She added that Hotel Santika Kuta features Indonesian nuance where all staffs use traditional Batik uniform. There is also ample space to relax whilst sunbathing. “We will always give Hospitality from the Heart base on our tagline,” she delivered when met at Kafe Serani. (BTN/ocha)
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