The Stones Legian Bali joins Marriott's Autograph Collection

Autograph Collection, Marriott International’s portfolio of independent hotels, opened its first property in Asia Pacific. Newly opened, The Stones Legian, Bali, in Indonesia, represents the debut of Autograph Collection in the region.

The property is the 36th hotel to be added to the collection’s roster of independent hotels in key destinations throughout the US, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. The portfolio is on track to include nearly 40 hotels by year end, marking an average of one property joining per month since the collection’s inception in 2010.

Located on the southern tip of Legian Beach on the resort island of Bali, The Stones opens as a brand new hotel. It offers 308 guestrooms and 22 suites, including a Presidential Suite. Spread across three floors with a total size of 2,283 square feet, the Presidential Suite features in-room entertainment systems, four guest rooms, luxurious rain forest shower, and artwork, among others.

The focal point of the property is the 9,842-square-foot pool surrounded by private cabanas. The hotel features a selection of culinary offerings at three restaurants: Stones Kitchen, a contemporary-designed restaurant serving European café food and beverages; Long Rice Table, featuring authentic Indonesian dishes; and Big Fish Bar & Grill, a casual poolside grill.

Also featured are vertical gardens; and the hotel’s Celestine Spa, offering five treatment rooms and three massage lounges.

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