Adiana Hotels & Resorts is delighted to announce that the highly-awaited rebranding of Alaya Resort Jembawan to Adiwana Resort Jembawan take effect as of 1st July 2018. This move marks the consolidation of the newly launched Adiwana brand, which currently manages 4 boutique resorts and expects to open 2 additional boutique resorts located within in the cultural heart of Ubud, Bali.
With its new name, Adiwana Resort Jembawan brings understated Balinese elegance to Bali’s favorite cultural and nature destination – Ubud. This 37 room property is a healing sanctuary for personal renewal with affordable solutions to many of the issues caused by trying to exist in today’s fast-paced world. It is a place where the guests are encouraged to slow down, eat nutritious food and return to the basics of simply living well.
Mr. Adiguna Kusuma, CEO of Adiwana Hotels and Resorts, said: “Today ’s rebrand of Alaya Resort Jembawan to Adiwana Resort Jembawan is the next significant milestone in our plans to launch Adiwana Hotels and Resorts across the region, starting in Bali. What so unique to this hotel is its staffs, whose deliver the most distinctive personalized service with the uniqueness of the Balinese culture”.
Adiana Resort Jembawan is a boutique wellness retreat in the heart of Ubud that focuses on body, mind and spirit rejuvenation. With its team of onsite experts, including an Ayurvedic doctor and yoga instructor, the resort offers lifestyle programs that are tailored to address any specific health concerns guest may have.
Mr. Suwamana Wahyu Putra, COO of Adiwana Hotels and Resorts, added: “The rebrand to Adiwana Resort Jembawan is really about changing our approach from the inside out. I firmly believe that to adopt the changing needs of today’s ‘millennially minded’travelers, we need to evolve with them, starting at the very heart of our hotel – our staffs.
Additional activities such as Balinese dance lessons, Balinese handicraft classes, and cooking workshops are also available for guests who wish to immerse themselves in the island’s local culture. Located in “downtown” Ubud, Adiwana Resort Jembawan is within easy walking distance to key attractions in the village such as the popular Monkey Forest Sanctuary, the Neka Gallery, Arma Museum, the Ubud Market, the Royal Palace, and Blanco Museum