Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort opens

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide announced the opening of the Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort. The resort introduces 203 guestrooms and suites offering a private balcony of the ocean scenery, including a two-story oceanic view Presidential Suite with contemporary approach of Balinese interior, as well as the latest in-room technology and Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed.

Travelers can enjoy Sheraton’s signature restaurant – Feast with its open-kitchen, located alongside Beachwalk, or indulge with Bene a light-hearted Italian trattoria with ocean view. The Lounge offers inspired collection of eclectic offerings with the simplicity of tapas, or finely concocted drinks.

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort also introduces Sheraton Fitness by Core Performance with lifestyle designed training programs; Shine Spa for Sheraton with signature treatments blending from the East to the West with local Balinese touches; and Color Your Plate, a simple three colors approach to a healthy food program.

With a total of over 4,265 square feet, Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort offers nine flexible event spaces, including one ballroom that is divisible. All event facilities are equipped with technology, broadband or wireless high-speed Internet access and assisted by a team of professionals. Travelers can stay connected with the exclusive [email protected] experienced with Microsoft that provides a connectivity hub, with complimentary WiFi and personal computer stations.

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort is connected to Bali’s latest shopping destination – Beachwalk, a hub of retail, dining and entertainment that sits right in front of the Kuta’s beach, or better known as surfer’s paradise. It is located at the heart of Pantai Kuta and just five kilometers away from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).

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