Fairmont Hotels & Resorts enters Bali

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts enters Bali

January 15, 2015: Luxury hotel brand, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, has entered the Indonesian vacation spot, Bali, with Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali, a 120 all-suite-and-villa resort situated along a 200m stretch of pristine beach on the southeastern part of the island. 
Formerly the Regent Bali, the resort is located in the Sanur district, nestled amidst four hectares of lush gardens and 25 minutes away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. 
Food and beverage offerings are plentiful and varied. Layang Layang specializes in authentic Indonesian cuisine, serving mouth-watering traditional dishes such as Sop Buntut (Indonesian oxtail soup) and Iga Babi Panggang (Balinese spiced pork ribs). Nyala Beach Club and Grill transforms from an informal dining location by day, to a sophisticated venue by night that focuses on Pan-Asian cuisine with a modern twist. At the Lobby Lounge, a Balinese-inspired afternoon tea, light meals and cocktails can be enjoyed, while admiring the gardens and Indian Ocean beyond.
Guests can catch the sunrise on picturesque Sanur beach, take a dip in the resort’s 50m infinity edge lap pool, or opt for a Balinese massage in the serenity of the spa. Young guests will delight in the activity-packed kids’ club, complete with a mini cinema and Sony PlayStation. Other family-friendly activities include strolling along the uninterrupted 5km long footpath that hugs the coastline, or borrowing a bicycle from the resort and cycling around Sanur. 
The Library function room is ideal for private gatherings and small-scale meetings. Prospective brides and grooms can tie the knot at a garden or beachfront celebration, planned with the assistance of a dedicated weddings team. 
The addition of Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali to Fairmont’s portfolio comes ahead of the opening of Fairmont Jakarta in 2015, and a second Fairmont property planned for Bali in 2016. 

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