Ovolo Group has confirmed an expansion of the company’s business beyond Hong Kong and Australia with the recent purchase of the Citadines Kuta Beach Bali. An expansion of the brand to new international markets was raised by Chief Operating Officer Dave Baswal with LATTE earlier this year. During our exclusive interview in February, Baswal flagged growth to potentially Los Angeles, New York and Bali.
The 194-room Bali property consists of 182 studio rooms, nine one-bedroom suites and three two-bedroom suites, an all-day dining restaurant, a rooftop pool and bar, a gym and conferencing facilities.
In early 2020, Ovolo will announce its future plans for the property in which it will be reimagined in alignment with their ethos and philosophies.
“This acquisition demonstrates our vision to become a truly global hospitality company, offering guests unrivalled effortless experiences across our hotels, bars and restaurants,” said Girish Jhunjhnuwala, Founder & CEO of Ovolo Group. “We look forward to being able to reinvent this hotel and its food and drink concepts in true Ovolo style, bringing a fresh take on hospitality to Bali.”
Ovolo Group officially took over Citadines Kuta Beach on November 1, 2019.