Recognition Continues to Bloom for Landscape and Design at Conrad Bali

  The landscape of Conrad Bali

Conrad Bali has been awarded “Best Landscape” Bali by Indonesia’s leading design and architecture magazine, Indonesia Design. The award recognizes the luxury resort for its landscape and exterior design features.

“We are delighted to receive this award from Indonesia Design, which recognizes our commitment to ensure our resort features beautiful, lush greenery that enhances the overall guest experience,” said Michael Burchett, General Manager, Conrad Bali.

“Conrad Bali is a phenomenal property for its exterior environment, and not only for its sprawling grounds but for its intricacy and feng shui balance throughout,” said editor-in-chief, Lina Gan. “As one walks through the main area to the south, from one wing to another, the landscape sequence flows naturally and harmoniously. The landscape also serves well as a recreational area and as an inviting open venue for weddings and events.”

Opened in 2004, the 353-room resort, nestled in 6.8 hectares of stunning tropical gardens with 350 meters stretch of beach, has received numerous international accolades for its landscape features. Developed by Honolulu-based Belt Collins, an international planning, design and land-based assets consulting firm, the company instantly recognized greatness for the strip of beachside property and from its guests who appreciate the open spaces where intimate to large wedding gatherings are today a hallmark for Conrad Bali.

“Conrad Bali’s beautifully designed gardens offer an outstanding canvas for Bali weddings,” said Dream Weddings Bali Style publisher, Lee Turner. “Against a backdrop of beautiful sand and an emerald ocean the property is a botanical wonderland, a mix of luxury, romance, and Balinese mystique.”

Combining traditional Balinese design, Belt Collins folded into its blueprints local materials and artwork with contemporary design and detailing. The resort comprises a diverse range of functional and recreational landscape areas such as an extensive lagoon swimming pool, wedding chapel, water sculptures, fire torches and open views to the ocean. The designers included a lotus pool courtyard with shady lawn terraces, Balinese pavilions and flowering frangipani trees with an abundance of shrubs, plants, bamboo, and towering traveler palms.

Source = Conrad Bali
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