Cipaganti Group started as a small car rental "Cipaganti Car Rental" in 1991. This company then developed rapidly into a business corporation - market leader in the field of integrated transport services and rental of heavy equipment, and now has five (5) business units include Cipaganti Otojasa business, Cipaganti Property, Cipaganti Heavy Equipment, Cipaganti Resources and Bank Cipaganti - BPR Syariah that spread over several provinces of Indonesia.
“Cipaganti Legian Hotel is under Cipaganti Property designed as a smart, trendy and affordable hotel has ready to open the door on 15 July 2013. Hotel is built in 1400m2 land and located strategically in Legian area. The hotel is surrounded by many interesting tourist attractions, art market, shopping mall, bars, restaurants and only walking distance to the famous Kuta and Legian Beach.” Nanang Mardiono, Director of Sales & Marketing Cipaganti Legian Hotel.
Cipaganti Legian Hotel Featuring 121 rooms including 112 Superior Rooms, 4 Family Rooms and 5 Suites. Our rooms are furnished with air condition, hot and cold running water, bathtub ( for Suites only), international TV channels, IDD phone lines, refrigerator, safe and deposit box, tea and coffee facilities, and Wi-Fi, as well as high quality King Koil mattress to ensure your stay comfortable.
“To make guest convenience, Cipaganti Legian Hotel provides 24 hour receptionist, 24 hour security, 24 hour room service, Coffee Shop, Pool Bar, Lobby Lounge, Concierge, Laundry service, Swimming Pool, Spa and Parking Area, moreover, to fulfill the needs of meeting and event venue in Bali¸ hotel provides a modern meeting room that can cater your business needs with capacity of 60 persons in theater style. Nanang added. “Lastly, we pride ourselves in our complete service for your stay, fulfilling mostly all your needs from travel, family holiday to business demands and Feel our the Luxury Accommodation in Affordable Hotel” Nanang hopefully.(BTN/014)
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