Bali's famous Amandari Resort in Ubud closed from October 26, 2008 until January 22, 2009 in order to undertake an extensive program of remodeling and renovation.
The renovation program coincided roughly with the 20th anniversary of the pioneering Bali resort that, many would argue, established the style for the legion of Bali boutique properties that followed.
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The many fans of The Amandari will be relieved to learn that the resort is little changed after the three months of repairs and renovations. All roofs, stone-work, and wood surfaces were redone or reconditioned to return the Peter Muller signature resort to is original pristine condition when it first opened in 1989. The soul and feel of The Amandari remain unchanged.
Back-of-house, all technical equipment have been upgraded including kitchen equipment, fitness gear, fiber optic cabling, sanity ware and many other elements of supporting infrastructure to ensure all the demands of the sophisticated modern traveler are met and satisfied.
In short, the grand old lady of Bali boutique properties remains "as good as old" - exactly the same as when she first opened her doors 20 years ago. All that's missing are a few odd wrinkle or two acquired over two decades of attentive service.
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