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Legian Village Hotel

Hotel with Balinese Hospitality Concept

Legian Village HotelLegian Village Hotel is the first hotel in Legian implementing the concept of Balinese hospitality either in the room or courtyard. Visitors will feel like staying at home with the well-preserved rural atmosphere. Rare trees such as rosewoods, purna jiwa (Euchresta horsfieldii) and kayu tulak (Schefflera elliptica) considered sacred by Hindu society are also planted at hotel area. Uniquely, this hotel also has a beehive.
Sales & Marketing Manager, Agung Mirah, said the hotel was conveniently located just 200 meters from Legian Beach, 1.5 km from Kuta Beach, international airport, malls, stores, restaurants, Legian art market, cafes and pubs. “Shopping center and tourism center can be reached on foot,” she said.

Hotel facilities, said Mirah, consisted of restaurant, beauty salon, in-room safety deposit box, swimming pool, lounge, luggage room and free Wi-Fi internet access. Meanwhile, the facilities equipping the room were air conditioner, hot and cold shower, bathtub, satellite TV with 60 channels, fridge, mini bar and IDD phone. “Especially for bungalows, they have tea and coffee making facilities. Then, for Deluxe Room and Bungalows offer the amenities like soap, toilet paper, towel, dental kits, shampoo and conditioner,” she explained.

Regarding to room types, continued Mirah, the hotel had five types, namely Bungalow, Deluxe, Balinese, Superior and Standard. “Each has a similar facility but with a different atmosphere. The bungalows are located on the ground floor with a balcony and minimalist garden. Deluxe Room is the latest located in front of lobby and above the bungalows. Balinese is a room with a Balinese bed embellished with wood carving. Superior Room is the room located around the pool. Meanwhile, Standard Room is the room category offering comfortable traditional atmosphere,” she explained.

Mirah added that her hotel continued to maintain togetherness among the staff and guests as well as maintain the loyal repeaters especially those from Australia, England, Malaysia and domestic travelers. “We’ll serve them with the friendly attitude and Balinese hospitality,” she concluded. (BTN/ocha)

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