Grand Hyatt Bali has officially re-launched the newly renovated rooms which located in West and South village. Grand Hyatt Bali’s guestrooms are aesthetically designed to exude harmony and homely ambience to create the mood of “home away from home” by using warm earth tone colors throughout the space. Beige in color or natural look has given a warm prominent touch to the room. Modern technology and attention to detail are implemented on the new room.
The bathrooms are enhanced by rain shower to complement the hand-shower. High speed internet access as well as dual telephone lines are available in each room. Multi-region electrical power-plugs are in place to eliminate the need for adaptors. A day-bed concept is applied in each room, with a 180 x 120 cm quality mattress that could be used as a bed for up to 2 children to diminish the need of using a conventional extra bed.
Greeted by the magnificent view over cascading water features to its breathtaking ocean view enhanced by its well manicured tropical garden to provide a befitting stage to the island of the Gods. Grand Hyatt Bali is strongly influenced by Balinese cultural and complemented by the innovative new room design which reflects a winning combination of contemporary elegance and a residential warmth in its design.
There are 215 Hyatt hotels and resorts (over 90,000 rooms) in 44 countries around the world, operating under the Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Grand Hyatt® and Park Hyatt® brands. Currently, there are an additional 38 Hyatt hotels and resorts under development, including 13 new hotels in China. Hyatt Corporation (domestic U.S., Canada and Caribbean hotels) and Hyatt International Corporation (international properties) are subsidiaries of Chicago-based Global Hyatt Corporation. Global Hyatt Corporation is also the owner of Hyatt Vacation Ownership, Inc. (timeshare), Hyatt Equities, L.L.C. (hotel ownership), and U.S. Franchise Systems, Inc. (which franchises Hawthorn Suites, Microtel and America’s Best Inns).
In January 2005, Global Hyatt Corporation also added an additional 143 U.S. properties to its growing portfolio with the acquisition of the upscale, limited service AmeriSuites hotel chain. These properties will be renovated and repositioned under the new Hyatt Place select service brand in 2006.