SEMINYAK, Bali (BPN) – Following an extremely successful re-opening, Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach launches its specially curated art installation, a monumental blue INDIGO graphic. Standing at four by five meters, and artistically displayed in the resort’s Neighbourhood Gallery, the impressive wooden artboard was lovingly hand-crafted by the talented hotel staff and brought to life by its creative guests.
“We would like to express our appreciation to all the staff and guests who took the time to participate in this special activity,” said Jean Haliere, the General Manager of Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, ‘it was a truly remarkable reopening and certainly one to remember,’ added Jean.
Located in the vibrant neighborhood of Seminyak, where fashion and style meet Balinese tradition, Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach draws inspiration from the arts and character of the local surroundings.
Since the opening, the resort has continually impressed visitors with its contemporary creativity uniquely blended with the authenticity of Bali’s beloved culture.
The safety and well-being of guests are of paramount importance, that’s why Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach has leveraged the IHG Clean Promise. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the resort has implemented new hygiene and social distancing procedures, above and beyond the standard hotel protocols and in line with government and public health advice.
To enhance guests’ experience further, during the month of May, Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach offers its patrons a Buy Now, Pay Later re-opening deal, whereby guests can enjoy 50 percent off selected services and complimentary extra perks including daily breakfast and free cancellation until 6 pm (local time) with no deposit required throughout their stay.
The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically affected the lives of many people all over the globe; the travel industry generally, and areas heavily reliant on tourism, have been hit especially hard. In conjunction with the Bali Hotels Association, the hotel is donating $1 USD to a local orphanage for every room sold in May, to help support the unfortunate community in Bali during this unprecedented time.