Four Points Bali, Kuta opens in Indonesia

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide debuted the Four Points brand in Indonesia, with the opening of Four Points Bali, Kuta. Located on Jalan Benesari Banjar Pengabetan in Kuta - minutes away from the Kuta Beach and its nightlife, shops and restaurants - Four Points Bali, Kuta marks Starwood’s seventh property on the island of Bali.

Owned by PT. Umah Benesari, Four Points Bali, Kuta has185 guestrooms ranging from 301 square feet to 592 square feet in size. Each room will include the Four Points Signature Bed, consisting of a plush mattress, down pillows, duvet and 250-thread-count sheets.

Food and beverage venues in the property include an all-day dining restaurant, rooftop club, lobby bar and beer garden café. The latter will have the brand’s Best Brews program, highlighting local draft beers.

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Other hotel facilities include a fitness center, 1,938 square feet of meeting space and a Kids’ Club. In addition, complimentary Internet access is available in all public spaces.

The gym and kids club will open on Sept. 1.

Four Points signed 50 new hotel deals in 2014, the most in Starwood’s company history. The brand will surpass 200 hotels in 2015, with more than 25 planned hotel openings this year. Across Asia Pacific, Starwood operates more than 40 hotels under the Four Points flag, with more than 45 additional hotels in the pipeline.

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