Marriott has opened the second property under its Renaissance brand in Bali.
The hotel is situated on the hills above Nusa Dua overlooking the Indian Ocean in the southern area of the Indonesian province, around a 15-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International airport.
Facilities include 310 rooms featuring freestanding bathtubs and Balinese mask patterns on the ceilings as a tribute to the island’s heritage.
There are a total of six food and beverage options including all-day dining restaurant Backstage, contemporary Chinese eatery Lion X, Indonesian restaurant Nusantra by Locavore, pool bar Atomic 17, and Tanah Liat, which transforms from “pottery atelier and cooking lab by day”, to “an arts-and-crafts inspired restaurant featuring locally sourced fresh seasonal seafood and plant-based cuisines” in the evening.
The hotel also features four thematic pools including a “lagoon-like jungle pool”, which also offers wedding venue The Cove, and The Spa offers a 24-hour fitness centre, and treatments inspired by traditional Balinese healing methods.
For meetings and events there is a total of 12,000 square foot of space including a ballroom which can accommodate up to 1,100 people, alongside five event rooms and seven breakout rooms.
Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort joins the existing Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort and Spa. Marriott lists a total of 25 properties in Bali, under brands including Ritz-Carlton, Element, Westin, Tribute, Aloft, Four Points, W Hotels, Courtyard, Fairfield, Autograph Collection, Sheraton, Le Meridien and St Regis.
Commenting on the opening Catherine Flint, director, global brand management, Renaissance Hotels, said:
“Nusa Dua has long been a spirited and sought-after enclave in Bali, surrounded by natural beauty, culture, and history. We are thrilled to grow our portfolio in the island, bringing our signature spin on the hotel experience to deliver an unexpected adventure through a local frame of mind.”