The Eid holiday moment is a blessing for hoteliers on the Island of the Gods. During the Eid period, hotels, villas and other types of accommodation experienced an increase in visits. For instance, The Stones Hotel–Legian, Bali, located in Legian Village, Kuta Subdistrict, Badung, Bali, was invaded by tourists. “Since April 29, tourist visits have increased, and the peak occurred during the Eid holiday, which intentionally left one room out of 307 rooms available,” said General Manager, Franklyn Yulius Kocek, on the sidelines of the opening of Big Fish Bar & Grill, some time ago.
The visit during the Eid holiday was indeed dominated by domestic tourists, but foreign tourists also began to arrive. The best responses for choosing The Stones Hotel came from the closest countries such as Australia, Singapore as well as Brazil, Ireland and Denmark. There were also tourists from Russia who may be expats living in Jakarta. Most of the visiting foreign guests are repeaters who already miss being with Bali. “We hope that domestic will continue to come in, and for foreign tourists will not only come from Australia, but also from other countries, of course from Europe, which contributes a lot to Bali,” he hoped.
In detail, Franklyn Yulius Kocek stated that the biggest tourist visit to The Stones Hotel at this time is from Australia and then Indonesia, and then mixed from various countries. Even though there were visits, the agency stated the occupancy rate was still not stable. If averaged, the number of visits during the Eid period is 80 percent. That figure continued until Sunday (May 8), and after that it reduced to 60 percent. The existence of international flights that continue to Bali makes tourist visits flow to Bali. “Hopefully, they are really released, tourists do not need antigen and PCR tests, but be careful now because there is a new virus,” he said.
The Stones Hotel—Legian, Bali is indeed an option for tourists to vacation. That’s because of its very strategic location in Legian, only a few steps from Kuta Beach, close to the center of shopping activities in Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. This resort offers an iconic architectural design combined with a stunning vertical garden and two restaurants serving local and international specialties. The hotel features 307 rooms as well as suites. Rooms are equipped with bathtubs on balconies with pool views.
Celestine Spa is present to maintain fitness while on vacation at GAIA Gym which operates 24 hours every day for in-house guests. When they need time to relax, treat the kids at Jasper Kids Club with a variety of fascinating activities such as painting on paper, making toy necklaces, and much more. There is a meeting room or ballroom that can accommodate small gatherings ranging from 10 people to large events with up to 2,000 participants. With committed professional staff, your holiday at The Stones–Legian, Bali, will be filled with little unexpected surprises and full of meaning. (BTN/015)