Melia moves into Bali’s cultural heart

Ubud
Ubud

Melia Hotels International has continued its expansion in Indonesia, with the signing of a new hotel in Bali‘s cultural heart, Ubud.

The Spanish hotel group has signed a management agreement with PT Pilar Prambanan Investama for the new Melia Ubud – a 49-room luxury hotel. The property will feature a venue for weddings and events and the company’s YHI Spa concept.

“The Melia Brand has been present in Bali almost 30 years being part of the development of the destination. Melia Hotels International is very excited adding Melia Ubud to our portfolio, giving our clients additional accommodation options and increasing our cross selling opportunity between our properties in Nusa Dua, Benoa and Legian,” said Melia’s vice president for Asia Pacific, Bernardo Cabot.

Bali was the location of Melia’s first ever international hotel, when the original Melia Bali opened in 1985.

Thirty years later, Melia Ubud will become the group’s fourth hotel on the island and its 10th in Indonesia, joining the Gran Melia Jakarta, Melia Bali, Melia Purosani, Sol Beach House Benoa Bali, and the upcoming Gran Meliá Bintan, Meliá Surabaya, Innside Yogjakarta, Innside Makassar and Sol House Legian.

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