First Mantra resort in Asia to open in Bali

Australian accommodation brand Mantra Hotels & Resorts is set to open its first hotel in Asia with a new resort development in Bali opening this December. Located in Bali’s resort enclave, the Mantra Nusa Dua is situated just 10 kilometers from Denpasar Airport and will offer 172 guestrooms including 24 suites, a spa and wellness facility and extensive conference space.

The new resort will offer an exclusive onsite spa and wellness facility; state of the art fitness club; a unique indoor/outdoor pool with pool bar and lounge plus separate children’s pool; and a restaurant serving Asian and Western cuisine, and sports bar.

Guestrooms and suites will offer modern decor; high speed Internet access, flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, and private bar, Suites, which will also offer a DVD/CD player and separate dining and living room.

Extensive conference space with a ballroom catering for up to 400 delegates and eight meeting rooms and boardrooms with dedicated business center is also on offer. The resort is also a destination for weddings.

Mantra has partnered with MJB Hoteliers on this new project.

The Mantra Nusa Dua is the first of a series of properties to be opened in Bali by Mantra Group with properties also planned for development in Lombok and Seminyak over the next two years under the group’s luxury Peppers accommodation brand. The expansion into Asia complements the group’s growth in the Pacific, which has seen a further five properties added to the Australian and New Zealand network of Peppers retreats and resorts this year.

The New Zealand network will see another Peppers property in Marlborough Sounds and a Mantra in Lake Tekapo join the network by the end of 2012. A new Peppers development on Naisoso Island in Fiji is also set for opening in 2014.


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