Work From Bali (WFB) is still continuing even though it is currently still in the imposition of Level 4 Public Activity Restriction (PPKM) period. Domestic, foreign and local tourists are still doing this, so that Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach offers the Work From Bali Package. “We support the government’s Work from Bali program, so Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach also introduces some of the best long stay offers,” said Public Relations Manager, Andry Kurnyawan, on Friday (Jul 30).
The packages currently on offer will allow domestic professionals to have homey experience at the world’s first 5-star Hotel Indigo. The package includes high-speed internet connection, 20 percent discount on food and beverages, free access to a fitness club for 24 hours and free use of the printer machine (when booking the 28-day stay package). “Working remotely in Bali is an easy possibility where guests can enjoy the best of both worlds; stay productive while relaxing in the midst of a tropical island atmosphere,” he explained.
Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach partners with Co-Working Space, the operator of Bali’s most popular co-working space, B Work, which allows active members to enjoy an exclusive Day Pass.“This special price includes the use of the facilities at the Pottery Cafe all day (7:00 to 19:00), enjoy two cups of coffee or tea, one variety of cakes, access to the fitness facility and 24-hour swimming pool, 20 percent discount on dining at all cafes & resort bar (excluding alcoholic beverages) and 40 percent discount for treatments at Sava Spa (excluding Signature Journey treatments),” he explained.
Andry Kurnyawan added that the safety and well-being of guests are of the utmost importance. That is why Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach has taken advantage of the IHG Clean Promise. “After the Covid-19 pandemic, the resort has implemented new hygiene and social distancing procedures, above and beyond standard hotel protocols and in line with government and public health standards. “We always support government policies in an effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19,” he concluded. (BTN/015)