Hotel Nikko Bali Benoa Beach is turning both its beachfront venue and resort lounge into a co-working space starting from September 1.
The resort, which is located in the Indonesian city of Bali, is allowing guests to buy either daily, weekly or monthly passes to work at its beachfront Bali Luna venue or its Samudera Lounge which it says offers a “picturesque” view of the Indian Ocean.
“Bali sees a lot of digital nomads who long for a relaxing place to help them stay inspired and relaxed while doing all the online works, and we have exactly what they need at our 5-star property,” said Masaya Hasebe, the general manager of Hotel Nikko Bali Benoa Beach.
“We are strategically situated at the calm neighborhood in Nusa Dua with a literal 1-minute walk from the beach, and our team is ready to show you the true bliss of working in a tropical paradise”, he added.
The resort co-working spaces, which will be open from 8am to 9pm, will offer guests internet access, free mineral water, and a 25 per cent discount on spa treatment.
One hour of free access to the conference room and access to the pool and beach is also included.
As part of the hotel’s new Cleanliness, Health, and Safety Program developed with Diversey, all the public areas in the hotel, including beach and swimming pools will follow the social distancing protocols, says the hotel.
Hotel Nikko Bali Benoa Beach, which combines Japanese traditions and Balinese hospitality, offers 188 guest rooms and suites across nine categories including a rooftop suite facing the Indian Ocean.