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Novotel Bali Benoa shows a “new face”


Bali, IO – Bali’s iconic Tanjung Benoa resort, Novotel Bali Benoa, presents 187 newly-refurbished luxury rooms, beach cabanas and private pool villas. Standing at the edge of Nusa Dua, facing stunning views of Tanjung Benoa Beach. 

Following an extensive facelift, the majority of the Deluxe Rooms, together with 10 Beach Cabanas, 8 Private Pool Villas and 4 Family Rooms, are ready to welcome guests, starting from 1st November 2022. Visitors may expect all modern conveniences, coupled with Balinese craftsmanship and Novotel attention to detail. 

Upgraded areas and facilities extend from a new retail area at the main hotel lobby to a refurbished All-Day Dining restaurant, In Balance Spa, Kids Club and beach area featuring a newly built Ice Cream corner. Highlights feature new and totally-redesigned swimming pools, enlarged and bestowed a brand-new look, featuring private gazebos and sunbathing areas. 

Guillermo Bastarrica, General Manager of Novotel Bali Benoa, went on to explain: 

“The refurbished property was designed by JOW Architect, a Singapore-based inter-disciplinary architectural design studio, in collaboration with Intaran design, Bali, under the direction of Landscape Designer Karl Princic. The resort’s distinct Balinese architecture now adds an impressive touch of Modern Luxury, with new swimming pools. Refurbished Beach Cabanas and Private Pool Villas, as well as newly-added Pool Access Deluxe Rooms, will certainly delight our guests. 

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The property has been designed to provide a tranquil escape from the busy daily routines, while still offering all the facilities needed for an active holiday. The Resort proposes a wide range of facilities, including three restaurants, bars and lounges, three newly-built outdoor swimming pools, a Spa, Fitness Center and Kids Club.


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