Apurva Kempinski Ups the Luxury Stakes in Bali

The Apurva Kempinski Bali is poised to introduce a new level of luxury to the beautiful Indonesian isle when it opens in the first quarter of 2019. Standing atop the cliff of Nusa Dua, the hotel presents itself as an open-air theatre and pays tribute to its Indonesian cultural heritage in its styling and décor.

The property is home to 475 guest rooms, suites and villas, along with seven dining venues including Bali’s first aquarium dining restaurant, Koral. Other facilities include an ocean-facing spa and fitness centre, 60-metre swimming pool, kids pool and a family club. For events, there is a 1,076 sqm pillar-free, ocean-view grand ballroom plus smaller meeting rooms and a 2,200 sqm ocean front lawn for outdoor gatherings.

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