Do you want a different atmosphere? One time try to stay at Keramas Sacred River Village Resort. It is a resort coming with natural nuances, cultural tourism and ecotourism. The accommodation located on Jalan Selukat, Keramas Village, Blahbatuh, Gianyar, is truly charming because it offers beautiful panoramas and quality services. Besides, the location is also very strategic, within close proximity to Komune Surfing Beach, Flamingo Bali Family Beach Club, Bali Horse Riding, Bali Safari Marine Park, Blangsinga Waterfall and Sukawati Traditional Market about 7 km from the resort.
The hotel facilities are very complete and unique. Joglo (Javanese traditional house) nuanced rooms with natural elements are dominated by wood. There is a shared pool only limited to 10 people per day as a form of implementation of the health protocol, a restaurant with a capacity of 10 – 50 people as well as a health center, and the Butterfly Garden made to resemble the natural habitat of the butterflies themselves. For guests who like yoga and meditation, they can do it at the Yoga Shala. Besides, it also has courtyard with a beautiful garden as a wedding venue with a capacity of 50-70 people. The scenery is equally interesting because it faces directly to the forest and the holy spring river.
You can choose the room category as you wish, such as 4 units of Garden View Suite, a unit of Joglo Garden View Suite, 3 units of Lumbung Garden View Suite, 2 units of Deluxe Jungle View, 2 units of Suite Pool Side View, a unit of Signature Jungle Pool View and 1 unit of One-Bedroom Private Pool Villa. “We also provide blessing ceremony, trekking through the nature of Keramas village and visit to Suan Solas Selukat holy spring, cycling, cooking class and yoga class,” said Managing Director, Ketut Arjana, on Tuesday (Apr 20).
Keramas Sacred River Village Resort was closed for six months because hotel operations were stopped due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, it was reopened in December 2020 by implementing the New Era Balinese life order in the form of health protocols in accordance with government standards.
“We have obtained a certificate from Regional Tourism Office and are currently applying for Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environment Sustainability (CHSE) certificate. For the matters of health program, we carry out it strictly, both for guests and for staff and all hotel management,” he said.
For example, sinks are installed in all facilities and some corners of the resort. The restaurant table is set at a distance of 1.5 meters. Currently, there are more local tourists spending their time on weekends. “Even in the pandemic atmosphere, there are guests staying overnight. They are dominated by local guests and domestic tourists. Hopefully, the pandemic will pass quickly, tourism will recover, tourists come and stay at hotel,” hoped Arjana. (BTN/015)