Indonesia-based Aryaduta Hotel Group opened its latest Hotel in Bali’s South Kuta on March 29 with ‘bigger is better’ in mind. Featuring one of the island’s largest wedding chapel, custom video walls in its conference facility and the roomiest hotel rooms in Kuta.
The 178-room Aryaduta Bali is a purpose-built facility positioned close to South Bali’s most recognized attractions that include an array of cultural and leisure pursuits, legendary Kuta Beach, and a few minutes stroll to Waterbom Park, Segara Beach, and colorful street side shopping.
“The arrival to the hotel is discreet, yet stylish, but once inside the experience quickly changes,” says General Manager, Mr. Wayan Sudana. “South Bali is busy and as a guest, if you have been out all day you will certainly, as a couple or a family, find quiet respite in our very generous sized rooms, in fact, the largest guests rooms in Kuta, comfortable enough to sleep, two adults and two children.” He added.
Aryaduta Bali is a fully integrated hotel where guests can anticipate the best in services, comfort, and recreation. Facilities include the Reef Top swimming pool and bar overlooking Segara Beach, undercover parking, tour desk, transfers, and concierge services. Guests will also find a relaxing layover lounge for late departures and airport pick up service.
MICE facilities include a smart mix of event and flexible meeting spaces. “The hotel’s ballroom is sufficiently sized accommodating varied requirements with spaces able to adapt to multiple configurations including meeting rooms that can host private dinners, board meetings, or serve as closed off VIP areas for premier events. The facility is integrated with Lippo mall, easy access to the airport for groups and our proximity to entertainment and cultural highlights,” says Mr. Wayan.
On the ground floor fronting the mall is Henry’s Grill & Bar, a 120-seat, two-floor restaurant positioned as Kuta’s upmarket BBQ destination featuring live sports broadcasts from its giant multiple screen video walls and the second floor with pool table and pinball machines.
The stylish eatery offers comfortable deep seating where customers can watch the open kitchen where Executive Chef, Sydney de Hart and his team cooking at the grill. Henry’s home-style meats are prepared in no ordinary wood-fire grill. At a center stage set within a brick hearth is what staff call “The Beast,” an enormous industrial like, flame-fired grill. The restaurant also doubles as a retail butcher equipped with a temperature-controlled meat-aging room where meat is hung until perfection and upon request sliced and wrapped as a takeaway indulgence.