Kamandalu Resort Hotel & Spa is a five-star boutique resort built on green hills with the views of rice fields and a stunning nature. As one of the pioneers in the area of Ubud resort, the Kamandalu Resort Hotel & Spa has just beautified the resort atmosphere by renovating the restaurant and lobby.
Resident Manager, Deasy Swandarini, conveyed the renovation was held in stages starting from the main building and restaurant. Not only that, the resort would also upgrade the service, open a new lobby, and introduce new wedding decoration, uniform and logo that would be unveiled next few months.
The renovation and rebranding, said Deasy, was in an effort to maintain the beauty without leaving the concept of a village atmosphere, in addition to increasing the resort occupancy. “Both the renovation and rebranding will be gradually forged for maximum results,” she explained.
If the atmosphere remained unexploited, said Deasy, it meant the impression felt by guests would be definitely positive. By that way, the first guests or repeaters would get a different and interesting experience, namely feel happy and amazed. “Our current occupancy reaches an average of 80 percent with the main markets of Europe, Australia and China. The resort also has meeting room facilities, so we also draw many expatriates of Asia-Pacific,” she explained.
The Kamandalu Resort Hotel & Spa is built on a land area of 3.5 hectares. It is conveniently located in the heart of Ubud tourism and within one hour drive’s from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. Besides, it is also close to Monkey forest attraction, traditional market, art shops, money changers and Ubud Palace.
The property offers seven types of villas with the uniqueness of its own such as the Ubud Chalet, Garden Villa, Pool Villa, Deluxe Pool Villa, Two-Bedroom Pool Villa, Junior Presidential Villa and Presidential Villa. Meanwhile, the facility consists of Petulu Restaurant, Cempaka Kafe, Kodok Club, Swim-up Bar, Villa Dining, meeting room, Traditional Kamandalu Spa, adult and children pool. (BTN/ocha)
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