Anantara Seminyak Bali Gets a Facelift
Luxury resort Anantara Seminyak Bali will undergo a comprehensive renovation project starting from 1 November 2019 and plans to unveil its new look before the end of the year
Starting from 1 November 2019, Anantara Seminyak Bali will be closed for public while undergoing a comprehensive renovation project that will last approximately for six weeks until the mid of December. The resort-wide refurbishment project encompasses 59 luxury suites, public areas, Sunset on Seminyak Restaurant, MoonLite Kitchen and Bar, as well as wellness facilities including the spa, fitness centre and swimming pools.
As one of Bali’s upscale luxury boutique resorts, Anantara Seminyak Bali is regarded as the premier destination for both international and local travellers. In keeping the aesthetics of the resort while preserving many of the original design elements, the renovation design brief places an emphasis on updating the suites’ look to combine modern amenities, contemporary Balinese-inspired décor, bespoke furniture and fine arts by local craftsmen.
By combining natural elements which form an integral part of Balinese architectural tradition and contemporary features, creating a sense of refined yet welcoming comfort in the new face of the lobby. Light and airy interiors boast striking custom-made light fixtures, teak finishes, vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. The streamlined exterior which has clean, classical lines will be refreshed with a more modern look. Not only that, the facilities of pool and restaurant terrace, which has a stunning beachfront view, will also be enlarged to amplify the leisurely experience of its guests.
Following the revamp, the resort reopening is scheduled on the second half of December, to coincide with the start of Bali’s high tourist and holiday season. Should you require further information or assistance, please visit bali.anantara.com, call +62361737773 or email at email@example.com.