Padma Resort Bali unveils new rooms and pool
Legian, Bali, May 2010 – The highly anticipated renovation of Padma Resort Bali at Legian is currently two months ahead o f schedule and is due for completion by end of July 2010. This early finish is perhaps a first on the island of Bali where building delays and structural complications are common. Yet with meticulous planning Padma has managed to overcome the odds and the property will be fully operational in time for the peak summer season.
This USD 10 million project extends to the aesthetic refurbishment of 178 guest rooms and the creation of a 104 metre lagoon styled swimming pool. Once it is unveiled, the lagoon fac ility is expected to introduce a whole new level of luxury to Legian area.
The renovation will see the launch of several new room categories catering the needs of a wide audience of international travellers. The Deluxe Room explores the island’s creative heritage with customised furnishing and unique pieces of artistry. The spaciously appointed ground floor Premier Room has been designed to accommodate parents with children
However, it is the Lagoon Access Room that has become the talk of the travel industry.A total of 22 rooms will feature a private terrace and the privilege of direct access into the crystal clear waters of a tropical lagoon. This exclusive room category will be the ultimate indulgence for honeymooners or couples seeking a restful environment for some quality time out
The lagoon itself recreates the ambience of an exotic retreat with a visually inspiring landscape of native greenery. It is encompassed by a generous sundeck fashioned out of reclaimed timber that gives the setting a timeless appeal. Small islands within the lagoon feature carved stone statues depicting Bali’s legen dary barong and other mythical creatures. There is even a grotto complete with waterfall to enhance this innovative facility. The sunken Barong Pool Bar & Caf