Tourism players in Bali hope that the government will never stop providing support for the recovery of Bali tourism. Indeed, the government’s struggle so far has been extraordinary, starting with the reopening of Bali to international tourists, followed by the nullification of quarantine policy, PCR test for tourists with complete vaccines and application of Visa on Arrival (VOA) to foreign tourists. “All of the things really help the recovery of Bali tourism,” said General Manager of Puri Dajuma Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, I Kade Rondy Ginawan, on Wednesday (May 25).
National and international events are now being held again in the Nusa Dua area. Call it a series of G20 activities. Even though the event is located far from the hotel area he manages, it is able to raise the world’s trust in Bali as a safe and comfortable world’s destination. “The whole series of G20 activities does not have a direct impact on the occupancy rate of our hotel indeed located in West Bali, Jembrana, which is far from Nusa Dua,” he said innocently.
During the Eid holiday period some time ago, Puri Dajuma Beach Eco-Resort & Spa also experienced an increase in visits. However, after that the visit returns to drop until this May, where the room occupancy reaches around 43 percent. “If the current tourism condition remains good, we have projections that occupancy for June, July, August and September will be definitely good. On that account, we hope the government in the current condition of tourism to always support it with policies that make it easier for guests wishing to come to Bali,” said Rondy Ginawan.
In addition to continuously improving the quality of service coupled with an increase in human resources, hotels in the Jembrana tourist area continuously maintain the uniqueness of each property. Puri Dajuma Beach Eco-Resort & Spa is located on the beach with a wide sunset view that makes it a fantastic venue to relax. It features some facilities such as two swimming pools, spa, yoga center and three restaurants with a choice of Balinese, Indonesian and International food that will make guests always comfortable.
Meanwhile, this Deputy Chairman of the Indonesia Hotels and Restaurants Association (PHRI) of Jembrana Chapter stated that the 33 rooms are equipped with complete facilities such as air conditioning, hot and cold water, mini bar, coffee and tea maker, television, kitchenette and free Wi-Fi internet access. Of course, it is meant to provide a sense of comfort while enjoying the atmosphere of West Bali which is indeed wonderful. From this resort area, you can also visit the objects owned by the westernmost district in Bali. (BTN/15)
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