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A new blissful retreat has debuted in Bali, bringing a laid back atmosphere to one of the island’s hottest destinations. The new 37-room Avani Seminyak Resort has officially opened its doors to guests and offers luxurious tropical accommodations in the heart of Seminyak, among bustling beaches and renowned nightlife.
It is the first Avani Hotels property in Indonesia, with 21 residence-style suites and 16 private pool villas. Each villa and residence is bright and spacious with beachy accents to foster relaxation and Balinese vibes. The tropical pool villas and modern apartment suites offer comfortable and cozy spaces with lush surroundings. From open-air rain showers to private plunge pools, you’ll be surrounded by nature so you can truly escape from it all.
Guests looking for adventure will find plenty of amazing things to do in Bali, from surfing to touring ancient temples and natural wonders. The Avani Seminyak Resort makes it easy to “play the Bali way” and is just a short distance from many of them. Visit inspiring local art galleries and trendy restaurants in the city or take a short drive to the Balinese mountain town of Ubud to see the famous Tegalalang Rice Terrace.
Those looking to simply relax can take a dip in the secluded pool or rest in a pool-side cabana. Meanwhile, foodies can indulge in Indonesian and international cuisine featuring sustainably sourced ingredients from the islands at GROOVE restaurant, or partake in Bali’s traditional cuisine at community cooking classes.
While Seminyak is brimming with lively restaurants, beaches, and nightlife, the new Avani Seminyak Resort brings an element of relaxation and rejuvenation to this bustling destination. You can unwind at this island escape in the ultimate tropical paradise.
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Address: Jl. Drupadi No.28, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung,
Bali 80361, Indonesia