Tierra Design, Spin Design Studio collaborate for Hyatt Andaz Resort in Bali

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate entered into a management agreement with P.T. Wynncor Bali for an Andaz resort in Bali, Indonesia. Upon completion, the hotel will be the first Andaz-branded offering in Southeast Asia.

Slated to open in 2016, Andaz Bali will be a beachfront resort designed by international architect Tierra Design, and Japanese interior design firm Spin Design Studio. The hotel will comprise low-rise clusters and pavilions set within landscaping, and will have 144 guestrooms and villas, small meeting facilities, multiple dining options, a fitness center, several outdoor swimming pools and a spa.

Hotels in this collection reflect the cultural scene and spirit of the surrounding destination through their Andaz Salon events, and are dedicated to creating natural living spaces where travelers can indulge in their own personal sense of comfort and style.

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Eleven Andaz hotels are currently open.  In the US, these include Andaz 5th Avenue and Andaz Wall Street in New York, Andaz San Diego, Andaz West Hollywood, Andaz Napa, Andaz Savannah, and Andaz Maui at Wailea. Other properties include Andaz Peninsula Papagayo, Andaz Liverpool Street London, Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht, and Andaz Shanghai. Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is expected to open in mid-2014, marking a first for the brand in Japan.

Photos show Hyatt Hotels Corporation’ Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort 

Hyatt Hotels Corporation’s Andaz 5th Avenue

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