In a joint project with KAJA Group and Alila Hotel & Resorts, the restaurant group will open ‘Omnia’ and upscale Japanese restaurant ‘Sake No Hana’ in The Cliff at Alila Villas in Uluwatu, Bali in an ambitious venture where it is hoped the investment will generate 150 new jobs in the third quarter of 2017 as well as 250 additional jobs through the site’s construction.
It follows on from Hakkasan’s announcement last year which will also see ‘Sake No Hana’, ‘Omnia’ […]Read more
FOUR Points by Sheraton, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, is expanding rapidly in Indonesia.
In just over a year, the mid-scale brand has erected six properties in key destinations including Surabaya, Bandung, Makassar, Bali and most recently Jakarta with the opening of the 164-room Four Points by Sheraton Jakarta, Thamrin on August 15.
The next phase for the brand in Indonesia will include a property in Manado in 2017, and one in Bintan and another in Bali both in 2018.
Vincent […]Read more
A leading professor from Bali’s Udayana University who also serves as the chairman of the doctorate program in tourism studies, Professor Dr. Komang Gede Bendesa, has restated his opposition to plans to reclaim Benoa Bay and questions why local governments in Bali appear to support a project so widely opposed by many walks of Balinese society.
Quoted by Beritabali.com, Bendesa said the government’s passive support for the reclamation project is not consistent with research carried out by Udayana University rejecting the […]Read more
UNGARAN – TAUZIA Hotel Management along with PT. Lestari Jaya Indah jointly announced the opening of the Wujil Resort & Conventions, Ungaran, conveniently rested at Jl. Soekarno-Hatta km 25.5. The opening is the first in the Semarang region. The three-star resort is part of a 4-hectare landscaped development, located in the triangle of Semarang, Solo & Yogyakarta.
“Ideal for guests looking to stay refreshed & relaxed, the resort is surrounded with green scenery & overlooking the magnificent Mount Ungaran,” said Xavier […]Read more
Jakarta. A report by specialist professional recruitment firm Robert Walters showed that 85 percent of over 400,000 Indonesian professionals working overseas want to come home — for the right price.
According to the whitepaper, titled “Return of the Asian Talent,” Indonesians are keen to seek employment in accounting and finance, banking and financial services, and information technology sectors.
Southeast Asian professionals working overseas, also according to the report, will consider returning home for family reasons, such as taking care of ageing parents, […]Read more
Bringing a five-star boutique resort concept, SereS Hotels & Resorts is soon to launch SereS Springs Resort & Spa + Conference. Perched in the village of Singakerta in South Ubud, this resort boasts a panoramic rice field view to the east and stands in front of the Wos River. Not only is the resort surrounded by tranquil nature, it also has a natural spring water pond and a beautiful sunset view. With 52 rooms, eight suites, and 20 villas each […]Read more