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Closure and Repairs for The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa, Bali
06 September 2017 | Written by dtnweb

The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa, Bali has been damaged by strong tidal waves and will temporarily close a substantial proportion of the property in order to undergo essential repair works.

The resort’s sea-facing retaining wall, stairs to the beach, temple, pavilion and adjacent areas have been severely affected. Following an inspection and structural appraisal, the resort have decided to undertake essential repair works and support the existing retaining wall and stairs with a more robust structural solution.

The work will commence on 1st November 2017 and will involve heavy machinery 24 hours a day for an estimated 75 days, to ensure the project is completed to a high standard and within a timely manner. Finishing works and commissioning will follow this initial period, with the total project expected to be completed by the end of February 2018.

The safety, security and enjoyment of guests is the resort’s primary concern, so they have opted to temporarily close the Main Resort, including its facilities, keeping only the Garden Wing open.

The Main Resort encompasses 38 Beach Rooms, 26 Ocean Suites, 3 Garden Pool

Villas, 7 Ocean Pool Villas and 1 Two-Bedroom Villa, Santan Restaurant, Sanje

Restaurant & Lounge, Klass & Brass Bar, Wedding Chapel, Infinity Pool, Spa and

Gym, and Main Lobby. All will be completely closed to guests during this time.

The Garden Wing is an independent Building, located across the street from the main Beachfront Resort, and will remain open as usual. The Garden Wing offers relaxation within a self-contained compound of just 29 spacious 47sqm (506 sq ft) rooms, complete with its own 24-hour Reception, 2 Hospitality Lounges and Business Centre, Swimming Pool and Bar. The interiors of the Garden Rooms are identical to the Beach Rooms.

Existing bookings that are affected by the closure of Main Resort will be contacted this week with suggestions for relocation. Should guests agree to be transferred to the resort’s Garden Rooms, special offers can be made available.

The Seminyak Beach Resort and Spa, Bali is currently unable to accept new reservations at the Main Resort until 1st March 2018.