Monday,  September 25, 2023  1:30 am

Westin's latest Bali property now open

Westin's latest Bali property now open

The Westin Resort & Spa Ubud, Bali has opened its doors as the chain’s second Bali property, located amidst a rich expanse of rice paddies, ancient temples, and lush greenery.

The property features 120 guestrooms, suites and villas, including two private Pool Villas that offer an intimate experience for larger groups and families with prime views overlooking the entire resort.

The resort also has numerous dining options, including the all-day dining venue Tabia - featuring hand-painted murals by local artists, this restaurant offers international cuisine, local specialties, and healthy dishes from Westin's Eat Well menu. Tall Trees offers a splendid dining experience complemented with an unrivalled view of the river and tropical forest, highlighting flavors inspired by ancient recipes in which fresh ingredients are cooked in a wood-burning oven to seal in the natural flavors.

Guests can relax and recharge at the resort’s Heavenly Spa by Westin, which offers signature treatments to recover from jet lag, as well as massages that are inspired by local mythology, such as Heavenly Ritual – a couple’s spa experience that draws inspiration from the mythical Balinese dance “Oleg Tamulilingan.”

Guests looking to stay fit while traveling can make use of the 24/7 Westin WORKOUT fitness center that is complete with TRX and state-of-the-art fitness equipment. In addition, the resort also features an expansive infinity pool overlooking jungle foliage that’s suspended above the winding Wos River. Kids can splash around the nearby children’s pool which features a miniature waterfall that blends in with the natural surroundings and is situated next to the Westin Family Kids Club.

In addition to relaxing at the resort, guests can visit the center of Ubud within a short driving distance from the resort. The Ubud Palace showcases classic Balinese architecture and hosts regular traditional dance and music performances, or guests can shop for souvenirs and local handicrafts at the numerous boutiques and Ubud Market.

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