Want a staycation with a pristine ambience of nature? Medewi Bay Retreat is the right place to be. The accommodation, located in the Medewi tourist area, Pekutatan subdistrict, Jembrana District, is indeed comfortable. This resort is surrounded by mountains, sea and coconut plantations with a very beautiful view. The existing health protocol system is always updated following the rules set by the government. “We have implemented strict health protocols for staff and guests, so that our hotel is ready to welcome foreign tourists,” said Assistant Manager, Yusdiani, on Thursday (Oct 7).
This seriousness is also indicated by the possession of a Cleanness, Healthy, Safety, and Environmental sustainability (CHSE) certificate, so the hotel offers the opportunity to windsurf on the exotic beach. During the enforcement of Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM), Medewi Bay Retreat has opened up opportunities for local guests to enjoy a large outdoor swimming pool.
“In accordance with the provisions, we limit the number of guests who come as well as apply the requirement to wash hands, wear mask and clean hands with hand sanitizer. Every guest is required to check their temperature and keep a distance. Besides, we have put duct tape to keep the distance,” she explained.
Medewi Bay Retreat is located in a very strategic area coming with beautiful view of nature. This area offers local cultural activities that must not be missed. To get to this hotel area, it is very easy to reach, about 15 minutes’ drive from Medewi Surfing Beach in Pekutatan, about an hour from West Bali National Park, about 2 hours from Denpasar and about 2.5 hours from Ngurah Rai Airport.
Medewi Bay Retreat features 28 accommodations with air conditioning. Studio room category has a large space completed with sofa, coffee table, kitchen with complete cooking facilities and refrigerator. Meanwhile, the bedroom of villa units have a separate living room integrated with the kitchen and dining area.
Each room offers a private balcony or terrace with garden or pool view. Kitchen utensils, minibar as well as tea- and coffee-making facilities are available in each room’s kitchenette. In-room wireless Internet access is available at no additional charge (complimentary) and 32-inch flat-panel television comes with cable channels.
The Palms Restaurant located in the resort area serves a selection of western, Indian, Indonesian, and even typical Balinese dishes. “In-room diving service is also available,” said this friendly woman.
Meanwhile, in-room massage services and hairdryers are available upon request. Room housekeeping is provided every day. “Currently, we have registered our hotel and have scanned the PeduliLindungi barcode which is recommended by the government,” she concluded. (BTN/015)