Regent Hotels & Resorts to open Regent Bali, Indonesia

Regent Hotels & Resorts announced the launch of the Regent Bali. Located in Sanur on Bali’s eastern coastline, Regent Bali is scheduled to open in June as the only all-suites beachfront resort in Sanur. Situated on 10 acres of tropical gardens, Regent Bali has 95 suites. Each private retreat boasts contemporary Balinese-style interiors, living rooms and sea or tropical garden views.

Regent Bali comprises 78 Deluxe Suites (measuring 968 square feet) and eight Premier Suites (at 1,463 square feet). There are also four Deluxe Spa Suites (measuring 1,689 square feet) and four Premier Spa Suites (1,948 square feet), including separate spa treatment rooms. Each Premier Spa Suite also contains a semi-outdoor entertainment and dining area to accommodate up to eight guests.

Regent Bali also offers the Regent Villa (10,086 square feet). The two-bedroom beachfront villa has a private pool, Jacuzzi and an individual spa treatment room with steam room for two. The Regent Villa includes separate dining and living areas and two bathrooms (387 square feet each), each with a bathtub. Regent Bali is also home to 25 Regent Residences. Measuring between 3,315 square feet to 7,104 square feet, the two-story homes have two to three bedrooms, a carport, private infinity swimming pool, living room, dining room and separate butlers’ entrance and quarters.

The property’s amenities include an infinity pool, a fitness center and a spa with five single treatment rooms and two double treatment rooms

Regent is a luxury hospitality brand encompassing hotels, resorts, residences and cruises. In 2010, the Regent brand returned to its Asian roots with its acquisition by Taipei-based FIH Regent Group. Regent Hotels & Resorts currently operates hotels in Beijing, Berlin, Phuket, Singapore, Taipei and Turks and Caicos, with hotels and resorts under development in Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Porto Montenegro, Doha and Abu Dhabi.

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