Hyatt reopens Bali property after five-year-long renovation

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The Hyatt Regency Bali in the heart of Sanur has reopened its doors after five years of renovations.

The hotel is spread across more than 8.9 hectares of land, and stands less than 30-minute drive away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Throughout the hotel, local materials and techniques, such as hammered copper, rattan, bamboo and coconut shell, have been integrated along with batik printing blocks, Balinese wood, stone carvings repurposed as wall art and sculptures.

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Hyatt Regency Bali boasts 363 rooms, which includes 39 one-bedroom suites with balconies, a separate living room, and an additional powder room with a shower. Booking a suite also allows guests access to the Regency Club Lounge offering a private concierge and complimentary snacks.

Recreational facilities include three swimming pools, a 24-hour fitness centre, and the Shankha Spa comprising 10 spa suites, an outdoor whirlpool, a yoga studio, and outdoor hot and cold plunge pools. There are also three F&B venues: Omang Omang, the all-day dining space; Pizzeria, a casual venue specialising in pasta and wood-fired pizzas; and the Piano Lounge.

Event planners can avail the hotel’s meeting facilities, ranging from the 468m2 ballroom complete with a show kitchen that can accommodate up to 600 guests cocktail-style, to the 240m2 outdoor courtyard that can is ideal for Balinese dance performances which can hold up to 120 pax. There are also smaller multifunctional meeting spaces that can hold between 25 and 150 guests.

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