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Hyatt Regency Bali to Welcome 800 Guests & Partners at the Housewarming Party

March 26, 2019 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Re-establishing as a new Balinese aesthetic in Sanur area, Hyatt Regency Bali hosted a re-opening party on Thursday, March 21, 2019, entitled Housewarming Party. Bringing a concept of warm welcome to an easy evening with your loved ones, the event was attended by over 800 guests coming from SingaporeJapanUnited States, and Indonesia, including government officials, notable business owners, influencers, and local community.

“Our purpose is not merely to mark the re-opening party, but also to bring back long time Hyatt friends and all supporters. That’s what the Housewarming name stands for, that we will consistently emphasize on our identity to embrace a new luxury feeling in maximum warm and friendly nuances,” said Bulan Bharata, Public Relations Manager of Hyatt Regency Bali.

Formerly known as Bali Hyatt, Hyatt Regency Bali is one of Bali’s hospitality icons known for its authentic Balinese design and secluded beach for over four decades. Set amid of 9 hectares lush landscaped tropical gardenduring the event, all guests got a chance to experience a new convenience version of ultra-luxury hospitality.

The event took place in different hotel areas, from the elegant open-air lobby, to Wantilan courtyard as the location of the inauguration ceremony, as well as poolside, Omang Omang and Pizzaria as dining and entertainment area. “We invited hundreds of guests to join in hotel tour, thus they could further explore the new facilities and room of the hotel. We purposefully used all our areas in the hotel, so guests can experience our new home,” added Bulan.

With the new reopening concept that embraces Balinese warm spirit in abundant greenery and extensive new facilities, Hyatt Regency Bali is confident to bring new bright future for Sanur, as stated by Jefri Darmadi, President Director of Jakarta Setiabudhi International, developer of the new Hyatt Regency Bali.

“We are committed to work hand in hand with the community and to consistently grow Sanur area, as the magic of Sanur has special meaning for us. In an effort to remark Sanur as the new Bali’s luxury hub, we’re now focusing on future luxury residential and lifestyle retail project’s development, on the land across the road,” said Jefri Darmadi.

After finishing major renovation for five years, Hyatt Regency Bali was officially re-opened in December 2018, adding the new modern spirit through tropical swimming pools, outdoor and indoor spa complex, as well as the only 500-meter-long white beach in Sanur’s area. As mentioned by Hyatt Asia Pacific President, David Udell, during the inauguration, the hotel has always been committed to offer authentic Balinese resort experience.

“At the time, it (Bali Hyatt) broke new ground with its Indonesian-style architecture, which went against the grain of the Western-style hotel designs that were popular at that time. Hyatt Regency Bali is a continuation of the Bali Hyatt legacy and an embodiment of the Hyatt Regency brand,” said David Udell.

The inauguration was concluded with a torch lighting by David Udell and Jefri Darmadi continued by flash-mob style Kecak dance performance choreographed by renowned Balinese dance master, Ketut Lanus. Guests were then ushered by bleganjur, Balinese dance and music troops, to the dining area.

To strengthen the new legacy of Hyatt Regency, the resort will consistently renew the facilities, including the upcoming launch of Shankha Spa’s complex and Camp Hyatt for locally-inspired activities for kids, in end of second quarter 2019.

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