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To Sleep, Perchance to Dream

Bali's Westin Resort Hosts a Heavenly Night Out

(5/21/2005) 

"To sleep, perchance to dream, ay there's the rub"

Hamlet (Act III) The Prince of Denmark.


Hamlet, otherwise indispose, was unable to attend. In his stead, Jan Bundgaard, a substitute Prince, also from Denmark and the General Manager of the Westin, was on hand to welcome over 150 travel-industry guests to the The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua, Bali for a fun-filled evening on Friday, May 6, 2005.

Dubbed A Heavenly Night Out, guests received invitations in the form of miniature pillows urging their participation at a heavenly night out of music and food at the Resort's expansive pool island.

Just back on the Island for his second assignment with the Resort, Jan Bundgaard kept alive an old Danish tradition of eloquent soliloquies about sleep by delivering his welcomeing remarks while standing atop a Heavenly Bed. (See picture at balidiscovery.com) He told the guests, "our aim is to create the best sleeping experience for our customers" and went on to explain the rationale for Westin's substsantial investment in what they boast to be the finest quality of exclusive mattresses and bedding found anywhere in Bali.

Guests were also given practical samplings of the Westin Spa with five therapists on hand to provide guests with neck and shoulder massages.



Promoting the Resort's many features and outlets, guests were also treated to food from each of The Westin's 5 signature restaurants: Hamabe, Portraits, Ikan, Capsicum, and Veranda. Meanwhile, The Royal Beach Club served handpicked selections of premium coffees and loose teas, the same typically offered to guests staying in the Resort's premier rooms.

If all the excitement, good food and drink proved too much for the guests, a number of King-sized Heavenly Beds were strategically positioned around the grounds to provide rest and repose. However, those who opted to remain awake on the big evening out were rewarded with music from the Saharadja Band performing fusion music, a Kecak dance presentation and music for dancing by DJ James.

 

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