Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran launched

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and PT Tiara Raya Bali International debuted the Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran.

Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran juxtaposes elements of traditional Jimbaran heritage with contemporary elements. The resort also has the newly developed Le Méridien Hub experience, which re-interprets the traditional lobby into a social gathering place for people to converse, debate and exchange views.

Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran offers four distinct dining venues in a three-story complex, including the signature restaurant Bamboo Chic, with Pan-Asian flavours fused with an authentic Balinese palate and made with organic ingredients sourced from the local Bedugul Mountain area; Smoqee Lounge & Sky Bar with hand-crafted cocktails, sunset views and a resident DJs; Latitude 8, offering coffee by day and wines and tapas by night in the hotel's Hub; and WALA, a casual spot for handcrafted gelato and coffee.

The hotel's 118 guestrooms and suites have modern batik motifs and liquid art imagery by German artist Markus Reugels. Ground floor guestrooms open directly onto a 13,993-square-foot organic form saltwater lagoon pool.

 

Located on the rooftop level, the glass encased Celebration Pavilion and Bale Banjar Ballroom affords panoramic views of Jimbaran Bay. A conference center provides 6,458 square feet of multi-purpose space, audio-visual technology, a business center and event staff.

Other amenities include Serenity, a rejuvenation spa with six “Experience” treatment rooms and a lounge; a fitness center with a variety of health programs; and J Kids Club.

In addition, hotel guests will be welcomed at Kendra Art Gallery's exclusive exhibit space, as a partner of Le Méridien brand's Unlock Artim program.

Located on the southwest coastline of Bali, Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran is set by the Jimbaran Bay. A short drive from Denpasar International Airport, the hotel is situated near many of the island's attractions, including the Pura Uluwatu, one of Bali's most sacred temples.

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