By James Wilkinson
Club Med Bali has re-opened following an extensive $10 million refurbishment that has seen the popular beachfront resort take on a stylish new look.
The new-look Club Med Bali
Popular with leisure and MICE business alike, the resort re-opened on Dec 19 and exposed a stylish, modern, and eye catching renovation that has seen the property take on ‘the most fun and hip’ tag in Nusa Dua.
Stunning new additions to the property include a main bar featuring DJs; a sundeck by the pool; a ‘theatre’ featuring billiard tables, comfy sofas and a wooden library; refurbished guestrooms; a day spa managed by Mandara Spa; and a new buffet area in the main restaurant.
The new-look main restaurant is one of Club Med Bali’s most impressive features and offers a choice of cuisine – Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Western and local delights – each served in a corner of its own.
A footbridge takes guests to the buffet area where a selection of cuisine awaits guests. Designed around this buffet area are four dining rooms – each with a different ambience – for guests to choose from.
The rooms, perfect for small groups or conference dinners, include: The Dragon Room, which is decorated and lit by many lanterns; The Divinity Room, which features golden statues of divinities are strategically positioned behind mirrors, so they appear and disappear like magic; The Orchids Room, which is decorated with a metal support that holds orchids and (electric) candle lighting that illuminates the place with cosy warmth; and The Umbrellas Room, which features sunshades in an attractive blend of orange and saffron colours.
For bookings, call Club Med on 1800 258 263 or visit www.clubmed.com.au.