MCLEAN, VA. — Hilton has signed an agreement with P.T. Caterison Sukses to manage and rebrand the Grand Nikko Bali as Hilton Bali, it was announced last month. The 408-room resort, located on Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, is expected to open on Dec. 1.
“We are deeply committed to expanding our presence in Indonesia, both by introducing more brands from our portfolio of 13 brands, as well as entering into new locations where we may not currently be operating,” said Guy Philips, senior vice-president, development, Asia and Australasia, Hilton Worldwide. “In partnership with P.T. Caterison Sukses, the Hilton Bali will be a strong addition to our portfolio.”
Hilton Bali is located on Bali’s southern coast of Nusa Dua, renowned for its beaches. The resort is approximately 16 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport and the district of Kuta. The property is also close to many watersports facilities and adventure sports service providers offering activities such as jet packs, jet skis, para-gliding and dive trips.
Situated on the waterfront with its own stretch of secluded beach and offering views of the Indian Ocean from its clifftop location, Hilton Bali will feature 389 guestrooms and 19 one-, two- and three-bedroom villas with beachfront, ocean or garden views. The hotel will have five food and beverage outlets, including an all-day-dining restaurant, specialty restaurants and a bar. Meeting and banquet facilities spanning 3,737 square metres will include several meeting rooms, two conference centres with two ballrooms that can host 1,500 people, and beachfront, clifftop and poolside venues. In addition, the hotel features four inter-connected swimming pools, a children’s lagoon, three tennis courts and a fitness centre. Guests will also have access to a kids’ club and an observation tower offering panoramic views of the Indian Ocean.
When Hilton Bali opens, it will be the third Hilton Worldwide hotel in Bali, Indonesia, joining Conrad Bali and Hilton Garden Inn Bali – Ngurah Rai Airport.