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Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort to Unveil New Look

Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort

Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort has announced plans for a comprehensive renovation starting 1st November 2019.

The resort-wide refurbishment plan covers 59 luxury suites, public areas, Sunset on Seminyak Restaurant, MoonLite Kitchen and Bar, as well as leisure facilities including the spa, fitness centre, and swimming pools.

One of Bali’s well-established, luxury, boutique resorts, Anantara Seminyak has stood the test of time as the premier destination for international luxury travellers and the local cosmopolitan community. To achieve aesthetic continuity, the refurbishment design brief places an emphasis on updating the suites’ look to combine modern amenities, contemporary Balinese-inspired décor, bespoke furniture, and fine art by local craftsmen, while preserving many of the original design elements.

A sense of refined yet welcoming comfort in the lobby is created by meshing natural elements, which form an integral part of Balinese architectural tradition, and contemporary features. The resulting light and airy interiors boast striking custom-made light fixtures, teak finishes, vaulted ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The resort’s streamlined exterior, with its clean and classical lines, will be given a refreshed modern look. Overlooking one of Bali’s most iconic stretches of beach, the pool and restaurant terrace will be enlarged to offer an even more leisurely experience.

During an estimated six-week renovation period, Anantara Seminyak Bali will be closed for business with a mid-December 2019 opening scheduled to coincide with the start of Bali’s tourist high season.

With unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean, our resort is perfect getaway for unwinding, relaxing, and inspiring you to raise a glass to all the best in life. For more information and reservations, please visit, call +62361737773 or email us at [email protected].

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