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The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip

Check out the new abode from Intercon’s trendy young sister brand. 

By Kankanok Wichiantanon | Aug 11, 2017

  • The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip
  • The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip
  • The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip
  • The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip
  • The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip
  • The latest reason to head to Bali’s high-end party strip
If you’re making plans to visit Bali’s modish, high-end party strip, Seminyak, before the island’s peak season runs down (rains hit in earnest around Dec), then check out this new abode from Intercon’s trendy young sister brand.
 
Hotel Indigo Seminyak (seminyak.hotelindigo.com) creatively interprets Balinese art and design through vibrant colors and local textiles—all from a prime stretch of the beach.
 
Rooms start from B8,000/night, but you’ll want one of the 19 villas (starting around B18,500 /night) if you’re to enjoy your own private pool, whirlpool, walk-in closet and spa-like bathroom.
 
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