Apurva Kempinski Bali Adds 43 Private Villas

By Anna Breuer on 10 February 2020
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Kempinski Hotels announced the completion of 43 private villas at the Apurva Kempinski Bali.

The new resort, located in the Nusa Dua area of Bali, opened its doors to guests on February 1, 2019. Its design pays homage to the island’s natural landscape and incorporates multiple waterfalls. A 250-step Grand Staircase that was inspired by Bali’s Pura Besakih water temple runs through the center of the property.

The Apurva Kempinski Bali offers guests a choice of 475 guest rooms, suites, and villas, all with views of the island.  The one-, two- and three-bedroom villas offer guests indoor/outdoor living with private plunge pools and terraces. The interiors feature an earth-tone décor with rattan bamboo furniture, woven Sumba textiles, and handmade woodcarvings from Bali and Java. Each villa is surrounded by lush foliage typical of southern Bali.

The hotel features six restaurants, bars, and lounges including Koral, a seafood restaurant, and Izakaya by Oku, a Japanese restaurant that is an outpost of Oku, a restaurant at the Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta.

Leisure options for guests include a spa that offers treatments inspired by traditional Balinese healing practices, a fitness center, a 196-foot (60-meter) long swimming pool and separate children’s pool, the Family Club, which offers a variety of activities for guests during their visit, and a private beach on the Indian Ocean. The hotel also offers a gallery that offers jewelry and clothing created by local artisans.

The hotel’s 11,600-square-foot (1,076-square-meter) Grand Ballroom seats 900 and provides ocean views. The hotel also has multiple smaller meeting room. Receptions can be held on the hotel’s 23,680-square-foot (2,200-square-meter) ocean-facing lawn as well.

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