Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort undergoes $10M renovation
18 June 2012
Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort
has announced that it has undergone a US$10 million refurbishment of its guest rooms, villas, restaurants, bars and event spaces.
Among the new features of the 103-hectare resort are Pan Pacific’s signature Pacific Club rooms and Pacific Club, where guests can enjoy personalized butler service, access to the Pacific Club Lounge and a host of such amenities as WiFi connectivity, laundry service, and secretarial services, along with 24-hour access to the pantry, daily breakfast and evening cocktails at the Pacific Lounge.
In addition, families can now stay at 10 newly-created family rooms with children’s bunk beds, 30 television channels and Nintendo Wii video game consoles. There is also a Kids Club, offering a host of activities including pottery, dancing and cooking classes.
For dining and entertainment, Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort now boasts eight concepts. Its signature Merica restaurant features the all-new Pacific Cuisine, with cuisines from the Pacific Rim. Another dining option is the enhanced TLC, a café wine bar.
Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort also has banquet facilities for events that can host up to 300 guests. The Grand Ballroom can seat up to 240 banquet-styles, and is appointed with facilities including AV equipment and IT facilities. In addition, four boardrooms are available, with an outdoor foyer and pre-function area.
Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is home to the 18-hole Nirwana Bali Golf Course, an award-winning course designed by Greg Norman. It has five ocean-side holes, three cliff-to-cliff tee shots and eight holes sculpted into the terraced rice fields.