If you do not have a comfortable place to stay, just come to The 101 Bali Fontana Seminyak. The resort located at Jalan Dewi Sri No. 68, Legian, Kuta Subdistrict, Badung, offers a warm atmosphere. Located in the middle of the Legian tourism center, it also has easy access to other destination centers, such as the Trans Studio Mall, souvenir centers, Denpasar City to Legian Beach. Staying and overnighting here will not make you move to another hotel.
You will not regret staying at The 101 Bali Fontana because it has several advantages, such as the hotel features a warm atmosphere. When looking at the front of the hotel, visitors can still feel the bright atmosphere. However, when entering the lobby, you will be spoiled by the atmosphere created by the hotel’s interior design. In every corner, this hotel uses a dark interior design with minimal lighting, so it can radiate warmth. The furniture in the corners of the hotel is also dominated by dark wood colors and wooden decorations that add a classic and luxurious impression.
Even though it is situated in the middle of the city, this hotel offers a very thick tropical feel. When heading to the swimming pool surrounded by hotel buildings, they are also rich in green trees. The growing trees are of tropical like coconuts, so you will feel the cool air and enjoy beautiful scenery. “We have delicious dishes at the much sought after Sunny 16 Café. After this pandemic, Sunny 16 Café is open until 03:00. Hopefully, it can be opened for 24 hours like before the pandemic,” said General Manager, Wayan Karta, on Tuesday (Jan 31).
Sunny 16 Café is a café and coffee shop located in front of the hotel. Café which became the Second Runner-Up Best Café in the version of Now! Bali serves a variety of foods, from desserts, appetizers, main courses to coffee. This café is not only open to in-house guests, but also to walk-in guests. When you enter the café, you will find a classic and warm atmosphere. In every corner, there are decorations that will create a comfortable atmosphere. “Here you can taste local specialties, Asian as well as Western dishes,” he concluded. (BTN/015)
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