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Bali Hotels That Don’t Use The PeduliLindungi App May Lose Their Permits

Authorities from the Covid-19 Handling Task Force have announced that they will penalize hotels that don’t utilize the PeduliLindungi tracing app. The Secretary of the Buleleng Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Gede Suyasa, confirmed that officials would penalize tourism businesses such as hotels that do not use the PeduliLindungi tracing app in their operations. “Officials …

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Hotel and Rice Fields In Bali Damaged By Large Waves

    A hotel and several rice fields that are located in the Klungkung region have been damaged by large waves. The Financial Controller of the Wyndham Tamamsari Jivva Resort Bali, Wisnu Anggoro confirmed that some of the hotel’s property that is located on Lepang Beach was damaged by large waves that occurred on Thursday morning (12/8). …

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Bali Hotels Suffer Amid Travel Ban

The Indonesian Hotels and Restaurants Association (PHRI) for Bali has confirmed that Ubud has received zero bookings during the holiday season in May 2021. The Head of Gianyar PHRI, Adit Pande said that during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday season this year, the hotels and restaurants in Ubud recorded almost zero reservations since Wednesday (12/5). This …

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30% Of Bali Hotels Decide To Shut Down Operations During Travel Ban

Around 30% of hotels in Bali that are registered with the Bali Hotel Association (BHA) have decided to close their operations during the upcoming travel ban. The Executive Director of the Bali Hotel Association, Diah Ajung confirmed that around 30% of their members have recently decided to close their operations when the internal travel ban …

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Bali Quarantine Hotels Have Allegedly Not Been Paid After Government Cuts Funding

As the government has stopped funding hotels for the isolation of asymptomatic COVID-19 patients in Bali, hotels are further faced with financial setbacks.  One of the hotels affected is the Vasini Hotel on Jalan WR Supratman, Denpasar.  The General Manager of The Vasini Hotel admitted that room rental fees for Covid-19 patients in December, January, …

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Bali Hotel Association Urges Government To Reopen International Borders

The Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) from Gianyar has urged the central government to reopen the travel corridor for international tourists and requested financial loans for hotels. The Head of Gianyar PHRI, Pande Adit, explained that the government should consider options to advance the reopening, including PCR testing on arrival and free quarantine for all international visitors.

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60 Bali Hotels Up For Sale Amidst Crumbling Tourism Sector

A lack of tourism and low occupancy rates of hotels in Bali has led many hotel owners to pack up and sell their business. According to the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI), 60 hotels are currently on the market as the travel corridor remains closed and the tourism industry sees no sign of recovery.

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Bali Hotel Bookings In Mass Decline Following Holiday Season

Hotel occupancy in Buleleng District, North Bali plummets as the holiday season reaches its end. The average occupancy of star-rated hotels in Buleleng during Christmas and New Years was above 50 percent. Subsequently, business has declined as hotels see zero bookings for February leading into March. (Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yaika) The …

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40 Hotels And Restaurants In Bali Reject Proposed Gov’t Bailout Saying It’s Not Enough

The Indonesian Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry allotted a combined grant of USD264,285 (IDR3.7 billion) to 120 hotels and restaurants in Klungkung District. Out of which, 40 have declined the government aid stating it’s simply not enough.  (Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yaika) 91 hotels and 29 restaurants were qualified by the central …

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Hotel Booking Cancelations Surge Following Bali’s New Entry Regulations For Domestic Tourists

Following the newly instated policy on entry requirements for domestic visitors in Bali issued yesterday (15/12), hotels in the province are facing an increase in reservation cancellations. The regulation, issued by the central government through the Governor of Bali, states that every domestic tourist entering into Bali via air travel is required to have a …

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