Celebrating 32 years, The Laguna Bali unveils its full-scale renovation, blending Balinese heritage with modern elegance and sustainability.
DENPASAR, INDONESIA – The Laguna Bali, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, celebrates a momentous 32-year milestone as it gracefully concludes its full-scale transformation, a tribute to the captivating nature and indigenous Balinese culture that surrounds it. The resort is welcoming guests to its elevated rooms, restaurants and facilities adorned with elements that cherish heritage combined with modern elegance.
The property stands as both a historic icon and legendary destination, dedicated to preserving its Balinese oasis and village charm while updating interiors with nautical voyage elements to embrace sustainability and history in its design ethos. The concept of ‘Bali Voyage through Time’ harmoniously combines timeless elegance with visionary futurism, seamlessly blending cherished traditions with the avant-garde.
“The Laguna Bali is not just a destination, it is an ode to the beauty of life, where dreams unfurl, and souls find solace“, said Lucia Liu, General Manager of The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali. “The unfolding of a new chapter for The Laguna Bali is a significant moment for us, the reimagined look and feel of our resort is an outstanding example of the brand’s design ethos, which is to provide our guests with refined and authentic experiences that is also reflective of what truly makes a destination unique.”
Among the transformed spaces are the Lagoon Spa, de Balé Lounge & Bar, and Banyubiru Restaurant. The final step in the transformation includes Arwana Restaurant, offering exquisite beachfront dining with ocean views, and Kulkul Beach House, boasting a chic poolside ambiance with signature cocktails. The Laguna Bali emerges as a jewel of refined elegance, a testament to luxury and hospitality in Bali.
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