Mulia adds to Bali’s venue options

BALI Soon-to-open Mulia Bali will have the requisite grand ballroom and conference venues – 15 of them – as well as the added attraction of three chapels.

Scheduled for a year-end launch, the resort consists of three products: The Mulia with suites, Mulia featuring a combination of guestrooms, suites and pool lagoon facing units and Mulia Villas which are self-contained sanctuaries, ranging from one- to two-bedrooms and up to the six-bedroom Mulia Mansion.

The ballroom has been designed to accommodate 5,000 guests, while the lakeside Eternity Chapel, along with Harmony and Unity, each seat up to 250 people. When not catering to couples sealing their lifetime vows, they can also be used for intimate socials and functions.

Onsite F&B options include the all-day Cafe, Mediterranean restaurant Soleil, Japanese restaurant Edogin for teppanyaki and sushi, Cacade Lounge that invites afternoons spent reading a book or relaxing with a cocktail before dinner, while there are three bar available: The Bar where seating is alfresco, Sky Bar for afternoon tea or pre-dinner drinks and ZJ's Bar and Lounge, which is a stylish nighttime sanctuary for the fashionable crowd.

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Margie T Logarta


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