Travel Trade Gazette Asia (TTG Asia) have published details of the signing of a management agreement between Kempinski Hotels and Indonesian real estate developer Panorama Indah Dewata, for the hotel’s latest offering, The Apurva Kempinski Ubud, which is near the rice terraces and coffee plantations of Tegalalang, and is scheduled to open in 2027.
TTG Asia say the property will offer 160-rooms and villas, which will cascade down the jungle-covered slopes around an open-sided lobby lounge. Accommodation includes rooms and suites, panoramic cliff villas complete with outdoor decks and private pools, and six 200-square metre villas nestled in the forest.
Facilities comprise an infinity pool, rooftop lounge and bar, F&B, spa, and a tropical aviary that provides sanctuary for a veritable menagerie of exotic birdlife from Indonesia and beyond, say TTG Asia.
Bernold Schroeder, CEO and chairman of Kempinski Group’s executive board, shared: “With this new addition to our Indonesian portfolio, we will offer travellers two distinct Balinese experiences, combining beachfront bliss in Nusa Dua with a serene hillside escape in the heart of Ubud, both underpinned by the warmth and generosity of Balinese hospitality.”
The Apurva Kempinski Ubud will be the second Kempinski resort in Bali, following the opening of The Apurva Kempinski Bali in 2019. The upcoming Apurva Kempinski Lombok, will also open in 2027.
Source: TTG Asia