Marriott International’s largest hotel brand, Courtyard by Marriott, celebrates a momentous milestone this week with the opening of its 900th hotel, the Courtyard Bali Nusa Dua, the brand’s first hotel in Indonesia. World-renowned for its golden sands, clear skies and blue tranquil beaches, Nusa Dua area inspires romance, relaxation and pure indulgence. Th3 250-room hotel, situated along the southern coast of Bali, is owned by PT Peninsula Bali Resort and will operate under a long-term management agreement with Marriott International with Philip Spencer as general manager.
The newest addition to the brand, Courtyard Bali Nusa Dua, features 250 deluxe guestrooms filled with local charm, featuring unique paintings by I Gede Putra Udiyana, a recognized Balinese artist from Denpasar. Deluxe bedding, 32-inch LCD panel TVs and satellite channels ensure that guests are able to enjoy, relax and unwind.
MoMo Café, Courtyard’s Asian culinary innovation, presents a menu that blends western dishes with local favorites. Fresh local ingredients blended with the chef’s creativity makes the quality food a delight for guests. The open kitchen and wood-fire oven produce delightful aromas that create a warm home-like ambiance. MoMo 2 Go is open 24-hours a day, providing “on the run” guests with a “grab and go” kiosk filled with sandwiches, pastries and a wide variety of beverages.
Exercising outdoors is a must in Bali and an ideal track for runners is the paved surroundings of Nusa Dua, where they can work out and explore at the same time. For those interested in strength and cardio training, the fully equipped gym at the hotel offers personal trainers and state of the art machines.