Boosting its growing collection of properties around the world, Kempinski is gearing up to unveil the latest addition to its line of five-star hotels with the opening of The Apurva Kempinski Bali in the fourth quarter 2018. This opening marks the brand’s first resort on the island of Bali and its second hotel in Indonesia.
“From its unique architecture to artfully curated interior design, The Apurva Kempinski Bali will present itself as a majestic open-air theatre in which the guests will have the opportunity to experience the wonders of this unique island,” said Michael Henssler, Chief Operating Officer Asia, Kempinski Hotels and Member of the Management Board.
Set amid the dramatic cliffs and beaches of southern Bali, the hotel features 475 guest rooms, suites and exclusive villas, five eclectic dining venues, and a Cigar & Shisha Lounge.
Facilities include an ocean-facing spa and fitness centre, a 60-metre swimming pool, kids’ pool and a family club. For events, business meetings and weddings, The Apurva Kempinski Bali offers a 1,076-square-metre pillar-free and ocean-view grand ballroom, meeting rooms, The Apurva beachfront wedding chapels, and 2,200-square-metre ocean-front lawn for outdoor gatherings and events.
Award-winning architect Budiman Hendropurnomo of Denton Corker Marshall and interior designer Rudy Dodo of Trivium Design Group worked together in creating a design masterpiece.
From the characteristic of Balinese architecture, landscape and guiding principle, to the Indonesian-inspired interior design aesthetics, the nation’s heritage and craftsmanship are reflected throughout the hotel.
Apurva translates as “unique and magnificent” in Sanskrit, embracing Kempinski dedication to bringing unique experiences to life. Honouring the nation’s belief in unity in diversity, the hotel establishes its distinctiveness as a tribute to the richness of Indonesian cultural heritage.