Fairfield by Marriott has unveiled its new hotel on Indonesia’s Belitung Island, curated for the modern traveler. Situated at Tanjung Pendam Beach, the hotel boasts sunset views, a selections of local culinary delights and scrupulous hospitality. Fairfield by Marriott Belitung General Manager Joe Xavier Fijardo says his team are excited about the launch, and is confident his team will provide a reliable and calming experience with each stay.
“Fairfield by Marriott Belitung strives to bring out the beauty of simplicity, from our warm welcome to our comfortable spaces,” said Joe. The architecture of the resort was inspired by traditional Rumah Panggung stilted houses with simple interiors that exude a warm welcome. The guestrooms are flooded with natural daylight and face the tranquil swimming pool and ocean.
Likewise, the resort caters to a diversity of palates. The contemporary Lobby Bar is a convenient space for a casual meeting over flavored iced teas, seasonal fruit juices, or Indonesian inspired cocktails. A breakfast buffet is served at KAVA Restaurant, featuring authentic Indonesian favorites and international flavors. Live cooking stations create a bustling atmosphere for guests to see their meal prepared and interact with the team of chefs. After breakfast, the restaurant serves as an extension to the Lobby Bar and transforms into an open, flexible space for work and relaxation.
Regardless of their interests, travelers are sure to find something exciting in the untouched Belitung Island. The tropical retreat is infused with local cultural experiences, allowing guests to learn, explore and discover. Nature lovers can visit the Beraye Waterfalls and Batu Mentas Nature Reserve, home to the endangered Tarsius monkey. Cultural enthusiasts can explore colonial houses from the 19th Century in the Manggar area or other historical places such as the Vihara Kwan Im Buddhist temple, Giri Jati Balinese village and Maritime Museum.
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