Nestled within a lush forest, yet close to the main attractions of Ubud, Best Western Premier Agung Resort Ubud has officially welcomed its first guests.
The resort’s open-plan interior features many traditional touches, such as wooden floors and Balinese furnishings.
These are complemented by an array of modern amenities and facilities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, ensuring that guests at Best Western Premier Agung Resort Ubud have the best of both worlds.
This intimate, low-rise resort features just 75 spacious rooms, all with comfortable beds, working space, state-of-the-art technology and a private balcony or terrace.
Guests can cool off in the outdoor swimming pool, soak up the tropical sun on the large pool terrace, work out in the well-equipped fitness center, or enjoy soothing treatments at the onsite spa, which harnesses organic herbs and ingredients produced by an onsite farm.
There is also a light, spacious restaurant that serves exquisite local and international cuisines in a semi-al fresco setting, plus a casual coffee shop, which is the perfect place to unwind and connect with friends and family.
“Ubud is a truly breathtaking destination, packed with culture, natural beauty and traditional Balinese charm,” said Olivier Berrivin, Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ Managing Director of International Operations – Asia.
“We are delighted to enter this highly sought-after market with a resort that reflects the charm and ambience of Ubud.”
“This excellent new resort will also complement our three popular hotels in the Kuta area of Bali, giving guests the opportunity to experience the island’s beaches and culture in the same trip. I am confident that this outstanding new property will become extremely popular with our guests, and will be an excellent new addition to Best Western’s fast-expanding Indonesian portfolio,” Olivier added.
Nestled in the island’s central uplands, Ubud is home to a wealth of activities and experiences. Guests at Best Western Premier Agung Resort Ubud are able to visit local attractions such as the Ubud Monkey Forest, the ancient Goa Gajah, or “Elephant Cave”, and the beautiful Tegallalang Rice Terraces. Alternatively, guests can simply browse the town’s many markets, craft shops and galleries.
The resort is situated approximately one hour and 15 minutes from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, and a similar distance from the beaches and nightlife of Kuta.