Friday, September 30, 2011

Best Western opening another brand new hotel in Bali’s Kuta

Best Western International will soon be offering visitors to Bali the choice of a delightful new hotel, when Best Western Kuta Seaview opens in the popular tourist destination of Kuta.

Recently opened in the heart of Kuta area, the newly-built hotel is wonderfully located, with many of the attractions that have made Bali such a popular island resort situated within a comfortable walk. These include the famous Kuta Beach with its welcoming white sands and surfing waves, the Legian nightlife area, plenty of shops and restaurants and the Waterbom Bali waterpark. With Ngurah Rai International Airport just 15 minutes drive away, guests arrive at the resort quickly and conveniently.

“With the beach, shops, dining and entertainment all close by and Bali’s other attractions easily accessible, Best Western Kuta Seaview will offer something for everyone. Add to this legendary Balinese hospitality and Best Western’s world class standards, and the result is a beautiful new property destined to quickly become a favourite choice among Bali’s hotels and resorts” said Best Western International’s Vice President International Operations - Asia & the Middle East, Glenn de Souza.

Best Western Kuta Seaview’s 144 guestrooms are in Standard, Superior, Deluxe and Junior Suite categories. They are well appointed with LCD flat TV with cable, mini bar, in-room safe, coffee/tea making set and hair dryer. Some feature a private balcony. Room service is available around the clock.

Hotel facilities include a swimming pool, Taste Restaurant serving Asian and Western cuisine, 24 hour coffee shop, the rooftop 3S Lounge and Bar overlooking to most popular Kuta Beach and two meeting rooms with capacity of 20 to 50 people. Allowing guests to stay connected, there’s an internet corner and Wi-Fi internet access is available in all guestrooms, as well as the lobby and pool areas.

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