Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort Unveils Refurbished Product

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort has announced the completion of a USD 10 million refurbishment to its guestrooms, restaurants and facilities. Guests of the revitalized resort can now enjoy enhanced offerings which promises a completely new experience incorporating the unique culture and heritage of the Pacific Rim.

 

The 278 guestrooms, suites and villas have been refreshed, with the addition of the brand’s signature Pacific Club accommodations featuring privileges including butler service, complimentary wireless internet access, comprehensive secretarial services, food & beverages at the Pacific Club Lounge and round-the-clock access to the fully-equipped pantry. 10 newly-created Family rooms well-appointed with children’s bunk beds, Nintendo Wii game consoles and flatscreen televisions with 30 channels cater to travelling families.

 

8 distinctive dining concepts present an array of local and international favorites. Amongst the offerings is the signature Merica restaurant dishing out the all-new Pacific Cuisine option, an interpretation of the flavours along the Pacific Rim, while the enhanced TLC cafe wine bar serves signature cocktails, specialty coffees, paninis and tapas.

 

Flexible indoor and outdoor meeting spaces with views of lush greenery and the Indian Ocean offer the perfect setting for business and social events. Leisure guests will relish the Nirwana Spa and its 24 renovated treatment rooms, separate steam and sauna areas, as well as the award-winning, Greg Norman-designed 18-hole golf course, yoga room, gymnasium, tennis and squash courts. An enlivened Kids Club provides a host of activities for younger guests, including pottery, dancing and cooking classes.

 

The award-winning Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is one of 30 properties under the brand. In the latter half of 2012, Pan Pacific Hotels Group will reopen its flagship Pan Pacific Singapore when the hotel completes its biggest transformation since opening in 1987.

 

For more information, visit www.panpacific.com.

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