Minor Hotel Group (MHG), a hotel owner, user and investor, now with a portfolio of 145 hotels and resorts in 22 countries opposite Asia Pacific, a Middle East, Europe, South America, Africa and a Indian Ocean, announces a continued enlargement in South East Asia with a growth of Anantara Ubud Bali Resort.
MHG has shaped a 50/50 corner try with Indonesia-based PT Wijaya Karya Realty on this USD 41.4 million development. Scheduled to open in 2019, a new-build Anantara Ubud will offer a sum of 70 keys including suites and pool villas. In addition, 30 Anantara branded residences will be grown within a resort.
Bali is one of South East Asia’s pivotal tourism destinations, with traveller arrivals flourishing annually over a past decade. The renouned city of Ubud is located in a island’s uplands and is good famous as a centre of Balinese enlightenment and home to many of a region’s artisans. The surrounding rainforest and terraced rice paddies, dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, are among Bali’s many iconic landscapes. Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotel Group, commented, “We are anxious to be announcing a third Anantara review in Bali. We are assured in a longevity of a island as a hugely renouned tourism end and a serve of Anantara Ubud will ideally element a existent resorts. We are looking brazen to operative closely with PT Wijaya Karya Realty going brazen during a growth of this new resort.”
“Wika Realty is really unapproachable to be concerned in this corner project, quite in operative with Minor Hotel Group that has a good repute internationally and endless knowledge in handling and handling hotels. Hence we are assured that Anantara Ubud will grasp a success, assisted by a vital plcae in Bali”, Imam Sudiyono, President Director of PT Wijaya Karya Realty added.
MHG operates dual Anantara resorts in Bali – Anantara Seminyak and Anantara Uluwatu and an Anantara Vacation Club property. In serve there are now dual serve properties underneath growth that will see a entrance of MHG’s AVANI and Oaks brands to a island.