Owned by PT Bali Nirwana Resort (PT BNR), the expansive 103-hectare integrated resort is located on Bali’s magnificent southwest coast and features spectacular views of the island’s volcanic mountains and the Indian Ocean. With 278 rooms including luxury suites and villas, the resort offers recreational and banquet facilities including indoor and outdoor meeting spaces for up to 300 guests.
Its lush 18-hole world class Greg Norman golf course has also won acclaimed honours including “Best Course in Asia” and “Best Course in Indonesia” and the resort has been named by World Travel Awards as ‘Asia’s Leading Golf Resort’.
As part of opening festivities, guests enjoyed a celebratory champagne toast at breakfast while a colourful Balinese Gebogan Hindu ceremony with offerings of flowers, fruits, and cakes took place on resort grounds to commemorate the special day. An evening cocktail was also held on the resort’s picturesque lawn with business partners, guest, hotel associates, local community representatives and government officials in attendance.
Over the next 12-18 months, Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort will undergo a series of enhancements to its rooms, restaurants and landscaping. Pan Pacific’s signature Pacific Club, an exclusive, premier executive club where guests can enjoy butler service access to a Pacific Lounge and its amenities, will also feature at the resort.
“Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort will be a brand-defining resort for the Pan Pacific brand as we seek to expand the resorts segment in our portfolio,” said A. Patrick Imbardelli, President and CEO of Pan Pacific Hotels Group. “With the various resort enhancements, the focus is on providing an integrated holistic guest experience for anyone who walks through the doors of the resort, thereby fulfilling our vision of creating memorable hotel experiences.”
Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s second hotel in Indonesia. The Group also operates the award-winning ski resorts Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre and Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside in Canada.