Sativa Sanur Cottage is one of the unique accommodations in the heart of Sanur tourist resort. It offers 50 rooms with a combination of modern amenities and the atmosphere of Bali. They consist of 48 luxurious guestrooms with private balcony and 2 deluxe petite suites. All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, refrigerator, in-house video movies, television, radio and IDD telephone. In addition, the recreational facilities available are such as the tennis, parasailing, water skiing, water scooter, snorkeling, sightseeing tours, scuba diving or whitewater rafting. “Sativa also provides 24-hour reception, room service, swimming pool, safety deposit boxes, fax service, spa and car rental,” said Personnel Manager of Sativa Sanur, Budiartono.
Like most other hotels, he explained, the hotel also had a restaurant named Rose Restaurant and Bar. “Rose restaurant offers European, Chinese and Indonesian food, including Balinese food. Meanwhile, our bar offers a variety of favorite drinks and snacks,” he said. Characteristic of this hotel, explained Budiartono, had a unique concept of building with thatched roof and dozens of palm trees in the garden. This scene made the hotel unique and beautiful. “The hallmark of our hotel is palm trees that symbolize prosperity. Location where the palms grow is also unique because the stem grows through the hotel roof. So, they look fused with the roof,” he explained.
With the view, he said, the hotel had a uniqueness of its own. Even, such a view caused foreign tourists to get interested. “Besides, we also have herbal garden growing some plants such as ginger, turmeric, Java ginger and medicinal plants,” he explained. Budiartono delivered that his party would continue to maintain this beauty because such uniqueness was not owned by other hotels. Moreover, he would also preserve the peaceful, friendly and familial atmosphere. “Most of our guests here are foreigners from the Netherlands, Germany and Australia, so that all staff are required to smile,” he added. (BTN/ocha)
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