Dedicated to the continual improvement of its properties, Rama Hotels & Resorts have announced a major renovation program involving the Rama Bridge Restaurant at the Ramayana Resort & Spa and the superior rooms and spa facility at the Rama Beach Resort & Villa property.Rama Bridge Restaurant at the Ramayana Resort & Spa
According to Company sources, Rama Hotels' 5 Bali properties averaged 80% occupancy in 2005. Bullish on Bali and certain that the recovery of Bali's tourism fortunes will be rapid, the owners decided to use the current momentary slump in business to undertake construction projects when they will cause the least inconvenience to the least number of guests.
Expected to completed by late July 2006, the renovations and upgrades will see the Ramayana Resort's
existing Rama Bridge Restaurant
be completely demolished to re-emerge as two storey outlet covering 1,500 square meters and serving 300 guests. With an exterior reflecting modern Balinese architecture using local woods, natural stone and glass features the dining venue will be surrounded by a water pond.
In close proximity to the Resort's pool, the restaurant is being positioned to become a "chill-out" place in Kuta. The final facility will boast a wine cellar, bar and dance floor, and a second floor capable of conversion into two meeting rooms with a separate pre-function area. The menu being designed by the Resort's chefs will emphasize both authentic Balinese cuisine and international selections.Ramayana Resort & Spa
is in the heart of Kuta within walking distance of Kuta Beach, the areas wide range of night-life and entertainment options, and shopping options.
A garden oasis in the midst of Kuta's hustle and bustle, the Ramayana
has 200 rooms spread across 5 room categories.Rama Beach Resort
Another of the Group's properties, the Rama Beach Resort
, located in Tuban only 5 minutes from Bali's International Airport, has recently completed lobby renovations including a specially equipped departure lounge complete with showers and locker room for guests leaving after the Resort’s check out time.
The 99-room Resort has also added a new "Resort Club" floor featuring 18 Super Deluxe Rooms. Each room boasts specially designed handcrafted furniture's blending Balinese art and modern accents. Each of the new rooms has a private balcony overlooking either the Hotel's gardens or world famous Kuta Bay.Rama Hotels & Resorts
On your next visit to Bali be sure to stay at one of the following Rama Hotels & Resorts
[ • Book a Stay at the Rama Beach Resort
[ • Book a Stay at the Ramayana Resort and Spa]
[ • Book a Stay at the Kuta Seaview Cottage
[ • Book a Stay at the Rama Garden Hotel
[ • Book a Stay at the Rama Candidasa Resort & Spa
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