Tanjung Benoa – Nusa Dua, 22 August 2016
Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort is pleased to announce the hiring of its Executive Chef; Mr. I Wayan Sudira, whom will manage the resort’s 4 restaurants (Grand Benoa Resto, Bali Luna, Giorgio Italian Ristorante Pizzeria, and By The C) and 3 bars (Samudera Lounge, Aloha Pool Bar, By The C). Originally from Klungkung Bali, Chef Sudira’s professional career spans from Bali to all over the world with exciting tenures, the most current post before went back to Bali was in Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort for 3,5 years. Specialized in fusion cuisines he spent over 33 years in the kitchen where he cultivates his life’s passion for presenting outstanding culinary in Bali.
“We are excited to bring Chef I Wayan Sudira aboard. He possesses a lifetime worth of mixture of experiences. Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort’s guests are going to love him and his new creations”, said Raffaele Solferino the General Manager of the Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort.
Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort proudly announces new redesigned and refurbished Ocean View Suites. Located on 3rd and 4th floor of Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort, total of 8 suites exude a sense of luxury. Well-known for its genuine hospitality service from the heart, Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort’s recently completed all suites refurbishment of the total 20 suites.
Blending both Balinese and tropical contemporary influences, the suites has been designed as home away from home, including a large bed space with king-size bed, bathroom with soaking tub, separate shower, and a magnificent living room furnished with long sofa and 58 inches HD-TV Flat Screen full facilities are conveniently integrated into the design, ensuring guests have the best amenities available, including modern dining area and larger balcony with outdoor seating facilities. From the balcony and through the large windows customers can enjoy an undisturbed and direct view over the Indian Ocean, our tropical lagoon pool and direct sunrise.
“We are happy to see the completion of all suites renovation and refurbishment” stated Raffaele Solferino, the General Manager of Grand Bali Beach Resort. “Our new Ocean View Suites (87 square meter) are to be split in two categories introducing the Ocean View Suite Premier with additional space bringing the square meters to 106, a perfect fit for families. The accomplishment of this project confirms once more our full commitment to provide our customers through substantial investments an always better and up to date product which allows us to add value to the guest’s experience and be unique in our market place.”
Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort was awarded recently in the Tri Hita Karana (THK) Tourism Awards 2015 in recognition of its significant achievements in incorporating sustainable spiritual, social and environmental principles and practices into tourism business. The awards consist categories of Platinum, Emerald, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.
Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort as 5-Star Hotel in Bali, proud to be receiving this award for the first time, an outstanding addition to its growing number of accolades. Its attainment of Gold status is testament to the hotel’s commitment towards the environment, especially its support of the local Tanjung Benoa Village and CSR in partnership with Yayasan Solemen Indonesia.
Tri Hita Karana Awards were initiated since 2000 and endorsed by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) since 2004. The name is derived from the Hindu philosophy of ‘Tri Hita Karana’, a fundamental concept in the Balinese community where balance in life is maintained through the harmonious relationship between man and God, man and fellow man, and man and the environment. This philosophy is reflected through the Community and Social Responsibility (CSR) programme on Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort.
Raffaele Solferino, General Manager of Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort said, “We are more than thrilled to receive this award in recognition of our team’s efforts. It is an amazing testament to our management’s commitment in support of sustainable tourism.”