GrandMas Plus Hotel Airport

  • Spa herbal treatment
  • GrandMas Hotel airport
  • Bathroom detail
  • Coffee facilities
  • Double room
  • Twin room
  • Swimming pool
  • Double room

Double room

GrandMas Plus Hotel Airport in Kuta, Bali, is the first choice for business travellers and transit flyers simply looking for an overnight spot to board your next flight without hassle. The hotel is located on the Ngurah Rai bypass road, which provides swift transfers, within only 10 minutes to the Ngurah Rai International Airport. The overall design is hip and fresh, and also welcomes leisure guests to its range of facilities complete with a flanking restaurant, gardens with a swimming pool and shaded sun loungers, as well as GrandMas Hotels’ largest De Nyuh Spa Kuta to date.

Swimming pool

The hotel offers a collection of 69 Cozy Double and Twin Bedrooms on four levels, with windows draped by lush natural vernonia vines. In-room amenities comprise all the essentials you could ask for: the signature Healthy Bed microfiber pillows, a work desk, bedside table, a single column wardrobe, a 32-inch flat screen TV with international channels, safe deposit box and bathroom with shower, coffee tea facilities and refrigerator.

Spa herbal treatment

FACILITIES

  • Swimming pool
  • 32 Cozy Double Rooms
  • 37 Cozy Twin Rooms
  • De Nyuh Spa Kuta offering a full range of massages and beauty treatments.
  • Transit Café
  • Parking on Site

CONTACTS

GrandMas Plus Hotel Airport

Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai No.99, Kuta, Tuban – Bali 80361

Tel: +62 361 760 319

Email: info@grandmashotels.com

WWW: http://www.grandmashotels.com/our-hotels/tuban.html

GrandMas other two establishments in Bali are the GrandMas Seminyak and the GrandMas Legian.

 

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