Renaissance Hotels, part of Marriott International, Inc., today announced the debut of Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa, the brand’s first hotel in Indonesia. Owned by PT. Alam Bali International, the hotel is the southernmost Marriott hotel on the island and overlooks Bali’s Bukit peninsula, best known for the cliff-fringed coastlines.
“The spectacular new Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa sets the stage for discovering the beautiful island of Bali,” said George Fleck, Vice President of Global Marketing & Management, Renaissance Hotels. “With its artful design, vibrant authentic dining scene and engaging experiences around every corner, the hotel joins the current global portfolio of more than 160 hotels, with 15 new hotels scheduled to open in Asia-Pacific over the next two years.”
Balanced on the edge of Bali, “Ulu” meaning “Lands’ end” and Watu meaning “Rock,” the hotel is thoughtfully-designed to reinterpret the destination’s rocky cliff coastlines through contrasting materials, such as raw concrete and refined rattan.
Each 207 guestrooms and suites features a private balcony, luxurious bathrooms that include freestanding tubs and artfully designed interiors that layer Ikat patterns on tiles and textiles.
Apart from Clay Craft Restaurant,the hotel’s signature three-meal restaurant, in Indonesian restaurant and cooking studio Double Ikat Restaurant,R Bar, the hotel also manages Roosterfish Beach Club, located near the hotel. Guests can access the beach club by complimentary shuttle.
Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa features meeting and event facilities slated to be the largest on Bali’s Southern Peninsula with outdoor spaces including the Uluwatu Deck