The Autograph Collection Comes To Asia With Bali Resort Addition

Marriott International has expanded its highly-acclaimed Autograph Collection to Asia, growing the brand’s coverage to include one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic regions in the world. Bali’s The Stones Hotel Legian joins the collection as its 36th global property and its first in Asia.


Located on the southern end of Legian Beach within walking distance to major dining, entertainment and shopping areas, the 330-room resort blends beach simplicity and urban chic with pastel colours and clean design lines. Each accommodation is stylishly furnished with luxury bedding, spacious bathroom with separate bathtub and shower, flatscreen television with cable programming and DVD player, high-speed internet access, voicemail telephone, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities.


3 onsite dining outlets offer local and international cuisine. Legian Kitchen is an all-day dining restaurant with live cooking stations and an open kitchen to showcase the culinary team at work, while the Long Rice Table adds a modern twist to Indonesian favorites. The Big Fish Bar & Grill’s succulent seafood perfectly complements the setting sun in the evenings to help guests unwind after a day out, accompanied by expertly crafted cocktails.


8 meeting rooms spread across nearly 2,900 square meters of space cater to business travellers and incentive groups, with full business support from the resort’s onsite Business Centre. The tranquil Celestine Spa is ideal for unwinding to traditional Balinese massage techniques and therapies using organic products, while recreation facilities are centered around the 3,000-square meter outdoor swimming pool surrounded by private cabanas.


Since its founding in 2010, Marriott’s Autograph Collection has established a presence in the Caribbean, Europe, Central and South America, the USA and now Asia. The portfolio continues to grow, with an average of 1 property added each month and is expected to expand to 40 hotels and resorts by the end of 2012.


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