Less than six months after putting the finishing touches on an extensive refurbishment, the Legian Bali has been put on a pedestal by one of the most prestigious hospitality organizations in the world.
On Nov. 18, the legendary resort on Seminyak Beach picked up a ‘Commitment to Quality’ award from The Leading Hotels of the World, a collection of more than 430 of the finest international hotels, resorts and spas.
The award, which was presented to eight properties across five regions on the final night of LHW’s annual convention in Cape Town, South Africa, is based on service levels demonstrated during anonymous inspections.
“We’ll take this sort of praise anytime, but it’s even more gratifying this year, given all that we had going on here with the makeover,” said Kevin J. Abramowicz, The Legian Bali’s general manager. “We never missed a beat, and that’s testament to our staff’s work ethic and attentiveness.”
With contributions from its guest feedback folder, the 16-year-old hotel reopened June 1 to reveal a new 30-meter infinity lap pool and beachfront sun deck, freshly landscaped gardens, improved lighting in half of its 68 guest rooms and upgraded views of the Indian Ocean from its private, three-bedroom Beach House. (TravelDailyNews)