During this pandemic, Jimbaran Puri, A Belmond Hotel, is still interesting to visit. The hotel area is always kept clean and beautiful, cared for by hotel employees who are still working in shifts. The accommodation located on Jalan Uluwatu, Gang Yoga Perkanthi, Jimbaran, South Kuta, Badung, has also implemented a new era of life by implementing the Health Protocol strictly, so that it remains safe as a vacation spot. “We are still serving guests with our Belmond standards, both guests staying at our hotel and guests visiting Jimbaran Puri,” said General Manager, Charles Kneipp, on Wednesday (Aug 18).
The resort located on a tropical beach in the southern region of the Island of the Gods offers a very beautiful panorama. Sitting and relaxing can provide an exhilarating new experience. The facilities are complete and definitely fun. The activities on offer are also varied, ranging from cycling tours through the Jimbaran countryside to relaxing with alfresco spa treatments and nature conservation. Tourists can also go on an adventure to enjoy the real nature of Bali. “Well, during this pandemic, facilities that can still be used include beach activities, swimming pools, spas, boutiques, restaurants and bars,” he stated.
The hotel has an itinerary dedicated to bringing guests closer to authentic Balinese culture, including cycling tours through Jimbaran village, visits to the lively Jimbaran Market and sacred Hindu temples offering insight into local life in Jimbaran. Another unique activity offered by the Jimbaran Puri, A Belmond Hotel, is the visit to the Turtle Conservation and Education Center on Saba Beach, Gianyar, to learn more about the protection of these majestic marine animal.
Besides, guests can also sit back and enjoy the sunset on the white sandy Jimbaran Beach while enjoying the various menus. Guests can count every step of the sun towards the berth. Jimbaran Puri, A Belmond Hotel, also has an al fresco Pop-Up Spa which provides guests with the option of a massage either in the shade of the lush gardens or on the beach with the gentle sound of the waves. Similarly, guests can have cultural experiences such as canang sari or oblation making, Balinese egg painting and kite making as well as learning new skills such as cooking, cycling through the countryside and playing in the water. “You can also relax while having lunch at the Nelayan Restaurant,” added Charles Kneipp. (BTN/015)
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