Alila Hotels & Resorts to launch Alila Seminyak, Bali in late 2014

Alila Hotels & Resorts announced the slated opening in Indonesia in late 2014 of Alila Seminyak, Bali

Located on an undeveloped stretch of beach on Bali’s south west coast, the resort's design connects areas using garden corridors, creating a labyrinth of vertical greens, shrubs and plants, which are naturally ventilated by sea breezes. Roof gardens are used throughout the property, along with roof top pools and hidden nooks.

Alila Seminyak will be the first resort in Indonesia to surpass the EarthCheck standards, achieving a 44 point best practice score against the industry norm of five points. The entire development was designed and built to follow strict sustainable guidelines that will ensure that once the resort is in full operation, its environmental footprint will be kept to a minimum.


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The resort’s eco and energy solutions will include the use of local, recycled and reclaimed building materials. One hundred percent of materials used were locally sourced, including architectural, landscape and interior finishes. In addition, low energy light fixtures, rainwater harvesting, solar energy, environmental and building management systems are being implemented.

Comprising 240 rooms, Alila Seminyak will have contemporary styled rooms ranging from 495 square feet to 1,905 square feet, as well as one 8,730-square-foot penthouse. A portion of rooms are also available for purchase.

Alila Seminyak, Bali will be the third new property opened by Alila Hotels & Resorts in 2014 and the group’s fifth property in Bali.

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