All rooms are designed with the concept of classic in combination with modern Style. “We arranged the rooms in classic-modern style to suit the current market trends. We hope this new look of Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort will be able to compete against new hotels that continue to grow,” said Director of Sales, Adinda Koesoemadinata, recently.
This four-star hotel is located in the tourist district of Kuta Beach, an area always visited by local and international tourists. The crowd area with the greatest entertainment is only a five-minute walk from the hotel to shopping center. With an open air concept facing Kuta beach, it is only a few steps away and fifteen minutes away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. “Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort has implemented health protocols, so it is definitely safe,” she said firmly.
Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort was established in 1989 and was then redesigned with new touch on June 19, 2020 to each room category with classic-modern style. Previously, Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort itself was designed with a Balinese traditional concept surrounded by tropical fruit plants, so that you will feel the close touch of Balinese customs. “Honestly, we want to give the best to our customers,” she added.
Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort features 80 rooms consisting of 23 villas and 57 rooms with a room area of 40 square meters in the leading category, namely the Alam Room which had been specially rearranged for the comfort of guests and equipped with unique facilities to improve the quality of comfort when guests experience their stay. The hotel is also equipped with meeting room facilities with capacities ranging from 20 to 100 people. Jamu Spa, Bunga Kelapa Restaurant and Papas Limoncello Italian restaurant are directly opposite Kuta Beach.
Besides, this hotel has other facilities namely two swimming pools, Kid’s corner and a private 2-bedroom villa which was just established in early November 2020. “Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort was closed due to the impact of Covid-19. After reopening in July 2020, it was only occupied by foreign guests. Next, it continued to increase until now with the occupancy reaching 20 percent. They are mostly domestic tourists because they are indeed our market for a long time,” concluded Adinda excitedly. (BTN/015)