Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort Presenting 5 Star Luxury Resort in Bali

Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort Presenting 5 Star Luxury Resort in Bali


Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa, one of the leading upscale resorts under international hotel management, Archipelago International, will be renamed Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort effectively in second semester of 2013. This significant name change marks the ongoing efforts from the management to take the guest experience into a whole new level. The vastly upgraded facilities of this international brand includes overhaul of rooms and suites, four signature restaurants, beachfront kids club, state-of-the-art main entrance and a beach side bar. An example of our improved facilities includes seven choices of pillows, in-room DVD player, brand new Kids Club, and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the resort area and in all guest rooms.

The newly renovated 45 square meters deluxe rooms, known as being amongst the largest in Tanjung Benoa area, feature lavish amenities, modern furniture, spacious bathroom with separate standing shower and triangle bathtub, and avant-garde architecture for immaculate resort experience. The brand new kids club, which is expected to open in June, will come with a new concept to keep children entertained with our special kid’s activities. Not to be missed, four signature restaurants serve a sweeping selection of flavors from Italian, western to Balinese, along with a comfortable atmosphere, to tickle your taste buds. Complimenting the dining experience at Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort, the beach side bar at By The C restaurant serves up an array of blended tropical libations.

These upgraded facilities have been designed by rising contemporary Indonesian designers successfully integrating a passion for modernity and respect to Balinese-inspired architecture together with the essence of the Grand Aston mission statement, delightful moments of heartfelt services.

Set within landscaped tropical garden overlooking the spectacular view of Indian Ocean, Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort offers unprecedented luxury to discerning travelers.  This privileged enclave is designed with guest’s comfort in mind where service reigns supreme and Balinese-style architecture of exquisite rooms and suites harmonize with nature. The resort is near a wide variety of attractions including the Golf Course Nusa Dua, Ulluwatu, Bali Collection and art galleries. Guests can also enjoy a variety of water sports located not far from the resort. Enjoy the ultimate holiday and trip with heartfelt service where time stands still and memories last long.

Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa
Aston Bali Beach Resort and Spa is an ideal retreat to escape, unwind and enjoy peace of mind. The resort’s spacious and luxurious 187 rooms and suites are decorated in a Balinese contemporary style and fully-equipped with modern amenities for uncompromising comfort. The hotel is located only 20 minutes away from the airport. The property has four versatile restaurants and three bars serving Western, Asian, Italian and Balinese cuisine, an impressive lagoon pool with a swim-up bar and Biwana Spa. Celebrate a memorable customized wedding ceremony, experience romantic private beach dinners and enjoy the ultimate indulgence and heartfelt service.

About Archipelago International
Archipelago International (formerly known as Aston International) is one of Indonesia’s leading hotel operators with an underlying portfolio of more than 60 hotels and 12000 rooms and a development pipeline exceeding 90 properties in Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia. Archipelago managed Hotels operate under the hotel brands Grand Aston, Aston, Aston City, Alana, Harper, Quest, favehotels, NEO and Kamuela ranging from ultra-luxurious private pool villas to serviced apartments and select service economy class hotels, thus offering Indonesia’s vastest and most comprehensive hotel network.

Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa
Jl. Pratama 68X, TanjungBenoa, Nusa Dua 80363, t: +62361-773577, f: +62361-774954,, Like us at Aston Bali, follow us @astonbali

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