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TANAH GAJAH UBUD ENTICES FAMILIES WITH NEWLY UNVEILED FAMILY POOL (Indonesia)

A newly-opened family pool at the forefront of this Balinese resort harkens back to another era of the property.

TANAH GAJAH UBUD ENTICES FAMILIES WITH NEWLY UNVEILED FAMILY POOL (Indonesia)

A newly-opened family pool at the forefront of this Balinese resort harkens back to another era of the property.

Category: Asia Pacific - Indonesia - Industry economy - Renovation / Addition
This is a press release selected by our editorial committee and published online for free on 2021-09-06
Filed by Balcony Media Group




Photo credit © Balcony Media Group

The spot was once the prime gathering place for the whole Hadiprana family, long before there was even an inkling the grounds would one day become a resort.

For decades the former pool at Tanah Gajah, a Resort by Hadiprana, was used as a water feature, with guests making use of a larger pool near the heart of the property.

In 2020, the hotel returned to its roots and came under the Hadiprana Hospitality umbrella.

With the return, the family-run business wanted to bring back elements that embodied fond memories of joyful summer holidays. The family pool area was one pivotal space.

This was once a spot of a lot of joy, laughter, and the giggles of children enjoying themselves,” said Deasy Swandarini, general manager of Tanah Gajah, a Resort by Hadiprana. “We wanted to bring that playful nature back.”

The swimming pool features a smaller wading pool for toddlers (at a 60cm depth) and a deeper, larger section for teens and adults (that is 160cm at its deepest). Stone Ganesh statues adorn the corners, and vibrant colored bean bags have been arranged at the water’s edge for lounging.

The pool, geared towards families, is just one of the on-site activities of interest to both children and adults. The resort also has the island’s only hot air balloon ride, which climbs 50 metres above Tanah Gajah Ubud’s rice fields.

Two adults and up to two children under 12 can float above the property drinking in views of Mt. Agung and the expansive fields and forests of Ubud.

As we look forward to when travel re-opens Tanah Gajah Ubud wants to bring families together, just like they did when the property was a private residence.

“The Art of Reuniting,” is a limited-time buyout offer designed to do just that.

The spacious resort features twenty individual villas that are spread out over six hectares, making it large enough to offer guests plenty of space but also intimate enough that the entire resort can be booked out by a group for USD 7,500++ per night (with a minimum stay of two nights) through the package.

When this property was first built, it was built to bring the Hadiprana family together,” added Swandarini. “With the launch of the family pool, our family-friendly offerings, and a package designed with reunions in mind, we hope to share some of the spirit of togetherness the property was founded on.”



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