Nikko Bali Resort & Spa renovated, rebranded

JAL Hotels announced that Nikko Bali Resort & Spa was renamed as the Grand Nikko Bali, reflecting upgraded facilities that include 19 new luxury villas, a multi-purpose event space, and a wedding ceremony gazebo.

The new luxury villas now include 17 one-bedroom 3,229-square-foot villas, one two-bedroom 5,382-square-foot villa, and one three-bedroom 7,535-square-foot villa, all with private swimming pools, outdoor-indoor living rooms, bathrooms and butler service.

Villa guests can enjoy breakfast or afternoon tea at the new Villa Lounge, centrally-located among the villas, where check-in/check-out services will also be provided. In addition, villa guests will have access to the Nikko Club Lounge, an exclusive lounge for Club-floor guests in the hotel’s main building.

The new 11,840-square-foot multi-purpose event facility, called MPF, boasts large windows providing an ocean view. It holds 1,000 people theater-style, 612 classroom-style, and 760 banquet-style. The facility also has three 538-square-foot adjoining rooms, suited for use as conference breakout rooms.

The new wedding gazebo, Kamita, meaning love in Sanskrit, is located on the property’s grounds. It will hold up to 30 people.

JAL Hotels is an international hospitality company headquartered in Tokyo, that manages hotels in two groups: Nikko Hotels International, an international luxury hotel group with properties on four continents, and Hotel JAL City, a group of mid-priced business hotels in Japan.

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