Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort undergoes $10M refurbishment

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort has announced that it has undergone a $10-million refurbishment of its guest rooms, villas, restaurants, bars and event spaces.

Among the new features of the 254-acre resort are Pan Pacific’s signature Pacific Club rooms and Pacific Club, where guests can enjoy personalized butler service, access to the Pacific Club Lounge and a host of such amenities as WiFi connectivity, laundry service, and secretarial services, along with 24-hour access to the pantry, daily breakfast and evening cocktails at the Pacific Lounge.

In addition, families can now stay at 10 newly created family rooms with children’s bunk beds, 30 TV channels and Nintendo Wii video game consoles. There is also a Kids Club, offering a host of activities including pottery, dancing and cooking classes.

For dining and entertainment, Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort now boasts eight concepts. Its signature Merica restaurant features the all-new Pacific Cuisine, with cuisines from the Pacific Rim. Another dining option is the enhanced TLC, a café wine bar.

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort also has banquet facilities for events that can host up to 300 guests. The Grand Ballroom can seat up to 240 banquet-styles, and is appointed with t facilities including AV equipment and IT facilities. In addition, four boardrooms are available, with an outdoor foyer and pre-function area.

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is home to the 18-hole Nirwana Bali Golf Course, an award-winning course designed by Greg Norman. It has five ocean-side holes, three cliff-to-cliff tee shots and eight holes sculpted into the terraced rice fields.

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