Mantra Group opens BreakFree Sing Ken Ken in Legian, Bali, Indonesia

Following the launch of Mantra Nusa Dua earlier this year, Australian hotel company Mantra Group announced its second property in Bali - the BreakFree Sing Ken Ken in Legian - which also marks the debut of the BreakFree brand in Asia.

Formerly known as the Sing Ken Ken Boutique Hotel, the property which opened in late 2012, will officially rebrand to BreakFree Sing Ken Ken in early October.

The hotel has 80 Deluxe rooms, Junior Suites and Executive Suites, and three dining outlets including a 24-hour bistro, a rooftop terrace restaurant and a pool bar for snacks by the rooftop pool. It is located on the beachront at Legian and within walking distance to Seminyak and Kuta beaches.

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The resort is located on the beachfront at Legian, near the Double Six beach and walking distance to Seminyak and Kuta beaches.

The hotel has a conference space for meetings of up to 150 delegates theater style and cocktail style functions for up to 250 people.

BreakFree is one of Australia's family friendly brands with a current network of 24 hotels and resorts, including resort properties on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Cairns and Coffs Harbour and CBD properties in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. BreakFree resorts are characterized by their large rooms and spacious living areas in beachside locations.

Mantra Group again partnered with MJB Hoteliers to secure the new acquisition. A further six hotels are currently under negotiation and expected to join Mantra Group's network by end of 2013 with a further 20 hotels in the region slated to join the group by end of 2014.

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