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La Grande Dame de l'hospitalité balinaise a ouvert ses portes aujourd'hui

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L' Grande Dame of Balinese hospitality opened today in Sanur. When the original Bali Hyatt opened in Novembre 1973, it was the very first international hotel to open on the island and a pioneer of Indonesian-style architecture.

Today Bali Hyatt reopens as Hyatt Regency Bali.

Once considered the most luxurious and stylish hotel on the island the hotel had gone through multi-million dollar extensive upgrade and modernization. Hyatt Regency Bali is aiming to evoke the same sense of awe and admiration in its guests as it did 45 years ago while maintaining the much-loved Balinese aesthetic of the original.

“After this period of extensive renovations, we are thrilled to be able to reveal a new and improved Hyatt Regency Bali to the public,” says General Manager Zulki Othman. “We look forward to greeting new guests and also welcoming back our former guests who we believe will appreciate that we’ve managed to upgrade all the structures and facilities while retaining the hotel’s original Balinese design and spirit. We are truly blessed to occupy this incredible beachfront location surrounded by lush greenery and it’s great that it can be fully enjoyed once again.”