Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort



They say that a rose by any other name smells just as sweet, but a resort with a new name can mean a completely different experience. Such is the case with the rebranding of Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa, which, as of September, shall officially become the Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort. The name change marks the ongoing efforts made by the hotel’s management, Archipelago International, to improve the resort’s accommodations, facilities and overall guest experience.

The Aston Bali was already known as one of the best resorts in the idyllic enclave of Nusa Dua. Set within a lushly landscaped tropical garden and featuring a spectacular view of Indian Ocean, Aston Bali has always had a reputation for luxurious comfort, sincere, attentive service and Balinese-style architecture that flowed in harmony with nature. The new features and refurbishments of the Grand Aston build upon these strengths to create something quite befitting of the new name.

The extensive renovations at the resort include an overhaul of the rooms and suites, four signature restaurants, beachfront kids club and a beach side bar. Guest services have been upgraded to include turndown service, seven choices of pillows, in-room DVD players, a brand new Kids Club and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the resort area and in all guest rooms.

The newly renovated 45 square meters deluxe rooms, known for being amongst the largest in the Tanjung Benoa area, feature lavish amenities, modern furniture, spacious bathrooms with separate standing shower and triangle bathtubs, as well as avant-garde architecture for a truly modern resort experience.  The brand new kids club features a plenty of daily activities to keep children happy and entertained.

Also of note are the resort’s four newly renovated signature restaurants, which serve a fine selection of authentic international cuisine including Italian, western to Balinese. Complementing the revamped dining experience at Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort is the new beachside bar at By The C restaurant, which serves up an array of blended tropical libations.

The resort’s upgraded facilities have been designed by rising contemporary Indonesian designers. The renovations demonstrate how you can successfully integrate modern design while still maintaining respect for Balinese-inspired architecture.

One thing that has not changed at the resort is its proximity to a wide variety of attractions, including the Golf Course Nusa Dua, Uluwatu, Bali Collection and art galleries. Guests can also enjoy a variety of watersports located not far from the resort. For those who want to truly get the most out of their stay at the Grand Aston, the resort offers all-inclusive packages so that after you arrive, you never have to worry about anything except how best to enjoy the day.