Starting with the arrivals of foreign flights to Bali, there has also been a movement of foreign tourists to the Island of the Gods. However, the number of foreign tourists visiting is not as much as before the pandemic, so not all hotels got the opportunity to grab them. “THE HAVEN Bali Seminyak is still being occupied, but not from foreign guests or foreign tourists. Currently, domestic guests are dominated by those from cities on the Island of Java,” said Marketing Communication Manager of THE HAVEN Bali Seminyak, Dea Karina Lukito, on Tuesday (Mar 15).
With a relaxed face, Dea as she is familiarly addressed, then admitted that occupancy of the hotel located at Jalan Raya Seminyak No. 500, Kuta, Badung, since the opening of the international border only reached 2 foreign tourists staying at the hotel. While the others are still occupied by domestic tourists and foreigners who have been living in Bali for a long time. “Domestic tourist visits started to turn crowded after the PCR requirement was abolished,” she admitted innocently. Most of the domestic guests come from Jakarta who chose Bali for their vacation. The length of stay varies, namely ranging from two to five days. However, some stayed for a week, or even more. “The guests feel comfortable while staying at our hotel because it has implemented the health protocol, and even has a CHSE certificate. So, aside from feeling comfortable, they are also happy because staying here is very close to the Kuta tourism center and places to eat and drink,” she said.
THE HAVEN Bali Seminyak features a total of 192 rooms, consisting of hotel rooms, suites and villas. This hotel also has facilities for four swimming pools, a gym, a restaurant, and a meeting room. “Currently, we offer promotion through special room rate for direct booking via WhatsApp to +62 812-3975-5896, breakfast buffet at IDR 50,000 per person, and many other promotions,” concluded Dea. (BTN/015)
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