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Bali’s much-loved Hanging Gardens hotel now independent

Hanging Gardens Ubud
PT Buahan, the owners of Ubud Hanging Gardens, one of Bali’s leading boutique hotels, announce today that they will manage the property as an independent hotel, allowing them to introduce a bespoke luxury service to a market driven by unique experiences.  

They will introduce Hanging Gardens Ubud, (formerly known as Ubud Hanging Gardens by Orient Express), which will extend and develop the hotel’s impeccable Balinese service and focus on the philosophy of understated luxury and privacy.

Guests can expect to enjoy an enriched experience as the resort will be able to provide real-time response to the ever-evolving individual needs of today’s selective luxury travel consumer.

Agents will be able to work directly with the hotel management in order to create tailor-made experiences for their customers.

Hidden deep in the heart of Ubud’s rich rainforest preserve; nature’s paradise, this five star boutique hotel with 38 private suites and individual villas, each with its own granite infinity pool, is already well known amongst the discerning international travel elite.

Key to the ongoing success of Hanging Gardens Ubud is that all the employees will be retained, ensuring continued service excellence, overseen by incoming GM, John Berndt, leading Asian hospitality expert, who brings to the hotel a deep commitment to product and service excellence, passion for sustainable tourism and an understanding and admiration for Balinese culture. He recently drove the successful rebrand and refresh of the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort.

John comments, “I am eager to provide the leadership supporting the suburb staff employed from within our local village, complementing their charming and gracious Balinese service. This property is set to lead the way in defining the boutique hotel experience in Bali.”

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