The InterContinental Bali Resort has been successfully shortlisted for the Hotel Design Award – Asia-Pacific in the International Hotel & Property Awards 2014.
The resort was designed with obvious sensitivity towards the surrounding environment and pays respect to Bali’s rich culture, fine artistry and Hindu heritage.
Nestling within a secluded 14 hectares of tropical landscaped gardens alongside a 500m prime stretch of white sand beach, InterContinental Bali Resort offers 417 guest rooms, suites and villas in three unique levels of accommodation, including exclusive Club InterContinental. A diverse array of top-notch facilities includes extensive meetings and events venues, abundant recreation and leisure outlets and activities, including six pools, spa and dedicated child-care facility, while culinary excellence abounds with a superb choice of restaurants, bars and dining experiences.
Defined by destination, InterContinental Bali Resort is designed to harmonise with the surrounding environment and pays homage to this ‘Island of the Gods’ rich cultural and artistic heritage and Hindu traditions. Modern conveniences blend with elements of traditional Balinese architecture, while exquisite gardens are lush with native flora and mature palms and the air fragrant with exotic blooms. Winding lagoons, ornamental ponds and fountains are studded with aesthetic stonework and statues, evoking the ambience of a tranquil Balinese village. Traditional Indonesian art works displayed in guest rooms and public spaces reflect local legends and culture, representing the finest of archipelago artistry.
Guests come to the resort to have a luxurious and a relaxed holiday. From the entrance to the aesthetic appeal, the design elements play a critical role in elevating all five senses. This then blended with InterContinental’s signature hospitality creates a holistic experience for their guests.