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Intercontinental Hotel Bali

Intercontinental Hotel Bali
General information
Location Jala Uluwatu 45, Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia

8°46′43″S 115°10′3″E / 8.77861°S 115.16750°E / -8.77861; 115.16750

Management Intercontinental Hotels Group
Other information
Number of rooms 418

Intercontinental Hotel Bali is a five-star hotel and resort in Jimbaran in southern Bali, Indonesia. It is operated by the Intercontinental Hotels Group. The hotel overlooks Jimbaran Bay. The hotel has 418 rooms and fuses elements of traditional Balinese architecture with modern western architecture.

The Singaraja Restaurant serves Asian cuisine and casual dining at the poolside whilst the Jimbaran Garden Restaurant and Taman Gita Restaurant serve international dishes. The Ko Japanese Restaurant specialises in Japanese cuisine. The hotel also has the Saraswati Lobby Lounge, Sunset Beach Bar, Club Lounge, Jimbaran Garden Restaurant and Bella Cucina Italian Restaurant. The hotel also operates the Club J Children's Resort, mini resort for children.[1] Free wireless service is available throughout the Resort covering all rooms, suites, meeting facilities, public areas and even the beach. Bandwidth coverage for 12 MB is the one of the largest on the island with over 150 wireless internet points spread across the property.


External links

  • Official site

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