The Apurva Kempinski Bali is the second Kempinski property in Indonesia and follows two other major openings in the past six months.
Kempinski Hotels is ushering in a new era of first class hospitality with the opening of The Apurva Kempinski Bali, a luxurious haven that captures the essence of Indonesian culture, art and identity. The resort, which opened last month in the upmarket Nusa Dua area of Bali, has 475 well-appointed guest-rooms, striking suites and discreet villas in a quiet beachfront setting. Six restaurants, bars and lounges allow guests to take in the sensational natural setting, with sweeping views and indoor/outdoor dining venues that celebrate regional flavours. An immersive ocean-facing spa and fitness centre offers treatments inspired by traditional Balinese healing practices, to promote balance and wellbeing.
Other facilities include a 60m swimming pool and a separate kids’ pool, and an innovative family club creates meaningful shared moments for families of all ages. For events, business meetings and weddings, The Apurva Kempinski Bali offers a 1,076 sq m pillar-free ocean-view Grand Ballroom and a collection of meeting rooms with ocean vistas.
“Spectacular, sensational, curated and serene, The Apurva Kempinski Bali takes the form of a majestic open-air theatre, where centuries of Indonesian culture are distilled and brought to life,” says Michael Henssler, Chief Operating Officer Asia, Kempinski Hotels and Member of the Management Board. “We are excited to welcome this outstanding resort to our Asian hotel portfolio: another masterpiece in the Kempinski constellation.”
The Apurva Kempinski Bali is the second Kempinski property in Indonesia and follows two other major openings in the past six months: The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore and Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai.
“I have called this beautiful country home for the past 12 years, and The Apurva Kempinski Bali is truly an embodiment of Indonesian culture and craftsmanship,” says General Manager Vincent Guironnet. “Apurva means ‘unique and magnificent’ in Sanskrit: it’s a fitting title for a resort that’s like no other.”