AMETIS VILLA BALI WINS AT HAUTED GRANDEUR GLOBAL AWARD 2018

 

Press Release
28th August 2018

AMETIS VILLA BALI WINS AT HAUTED GRANDEUR GLOBAL AWARD 2018

On Thursday, 2nd of August, from nearly 100 of the leading spa in the world, Ruby Spa is proud to announce that it won an Excellence Award for category Best Signature Spa Treatment in Indonesia (Ametis Healing) and as Best Health & Wellness Spa in Indonesia.

The Haute Grandeur Global Spa Awards TM is a prestigious globally trusted Awards initiative building its reputation as the world’s leading awards initiative by rewarding outstanding spa experiences. The Awards itself is a method of ranking and assisting spas and is regarded as the pinnacle of achievement for spas globally.

This award attracts nominations from all over the country and overwhelmed with the number of quality nominations this year showcasing the exciting, innovative and diverse range of programs being undertaken within the field. This is also involving the hotel business, the restaurant business and also the media – all with an interest in hospitality.

“It was a great pleasure and opportunity that we received this prestigious award and delighted to share with all our guests. We are honored by the response to our efforts. This award is a proof that our guests appreciate with art of touch that can heal and nature the body at Ruby Spa.” Says Mrs. Akiko Yoshioka, General Manager of Ametis Villa Bali.

Restaurant Closure

 

August 20, 2018

 

Dear valued guests,

Warmest greetings from Ametis Villa Bali!

At Ametis Villa, we always strive to improve guest experience and one of concern is food and beverage service and quality, as it is very essential to enrich guest experience.

Therefore, it is our great pleasure to inform you that we will have our long-awaited renovation project, at Eternal Dine & Lounge, which will be rebranded and schedule to reopen in mid of November 2018 under the new establishment.

Following to this, we will conduct renovation of restaurant during below period.

Friday, 28 September 2018 until Saturday, 10 November 2018

Daily from 09:00a.m-17:00p.m.

  • During whole renovation period, our restaurant will be closed. Whilst our in villa dining is available from 7:00a.m to 23:00p.m.
  • Renovation scope includes restaurant and kitchen renovation
  • Demolishing period from 28 September to 17 October 2018, villas nearby restaurant will be closed concerning the noise.

We will certainly do our best to keep the construction disturbance to the very minimum, however would like to sincerely apologize for any inconvenience cause.

In the meantime, we will unveil new restaurant concept soon. I am thrilled to enhance the food and beverage experience towards our guest.

Should you have any questions regarding this matter, please do feel free to reach us at anytime( email: info@ametisvilla.com, call +62 361 844 5567)

Once again, thank you very much for your understanding during the time of progress for better quality and comfort at Ametis Villa Bali.

 

With warm regards,

 

 

 

 

Akiko Yoshioka

General Manager

 

Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu – Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
info@ametisvilla.com Fax: +62 361 844 5557 Phone: +62 361 844 5567 | + 62 82 898 970 420

BALI HOTEL ASSOCIATION: Orphanages Visit to NEGARA

 

The Balinese People are masters in Hospitality – the human element that’s made this most visited of Indonesian’s island as the most holiday destination in the world. Here in Bali, we are all know about the power of ‘’Sharing’’ or we called it ‘’Menyama Braya”.

Nowadays, there is a broad range of charities and organizations in Bali all doing wonderful work to support the underprivileged especially as a home for the orphans.

Ametis Villa Bali is one of a hundred that care about this, joined with Bali Hotel Association; in the Community Relations Program we bring a joy to them.

Held on 21st August 2018, with total 258 kids from 5 Orphanages in Negara, Ametis Villa Bali brings 100 pcs cute tmblr and lunch box. The children at the orphanage are raised in house with a dormitory-style institution.

One of five Orphanages, Giri Asih Orphanage that located in Melaya , was originally helping children from families that affected from Mount Agung eruption on 1963. Nowadays, a  lots of changes there, they run their own farm to cater their daily needs.

AMETIS VILLA – BALI PARTICIPATES IN TRI HITA KARANA AWARD

AMETIS VILLA – BALI PARTICIPATES IN TRI HITA KARANA AWARD

    Tri Hita Karana (THK) Award is inspired from the Balinese philosophy that underpins the three relationships in human life- human and god, human and human, and human to environment- in which harmony must be maintained. ‘’Tri’’ means three, ‘’Hita’’ means happiness and ‘’Karana’’ means causes. Therefore, Tri Hita Karana stands “three causes of well-being”.

“Bali is become the number one honeymoon destination, however our culture be lost because of the globalization. By this THK principle, we can protect our culture.” Said I Gusti Agung N. Winda, BBA., MBA., CHT the assessor of Parahyangan during his speech before opening the assessment of THK.

Ametis Villa – Bali have been implementing THK principles, as it is villa management’s mission to introduce the harmonization of Tri Hita Karana to employees, guests and local community. It is the first year of Ametis to participate THK award, and its assessment was taken place on 30th October 2018 by assessors from THK association at Villa Alexandrite.

“It is important for us to reflect the Balinese life wisdom in the business nowadays,” says Akiko, General Manager of Ametis Villa Bali.

This prestigious award is carefully selected by THK association for eighteen years, to provide hotels and tourist attractions in Bali with the recognition of its commitment towards Tri Hita Karana life concept. Winner of awards will be revealed on 30 November 2018.

 

Annual International Coastal Clean Up and World Cleaning Up Day 2018

Ametis Villa-Bali supported the Annual International Coastal Clean Up and World Cleaning Up Day 2018 on 15th September 2018, with #balifreefromplasticbag campaign by Bali Hotel Association to cut down the amount of plastic and garbage entering the ocean.

Ametis Villa invited local community, hotels, and restaurants surround Canggu to join this global movement. Around 145 volunteers had removed 21kg inorganic trash, and 30kg organic trash from Batu Bolong Beach, Canggu.

“Against Bali tourism is growing up, Bali is suffering from the rising tide of plastic waste as it becomes news worldwide. We should start from the individual immediately to protect our environment and also to welcome lots of tourist back to this small beautiful island. It is great chance for us to encourage people to join this global action on international coastal cleanup day” says Mrs. Saviestri Adnyani , Human Resource Manager of Ametis Villa– Bali.

 

About International Coastal Clean Up:

Began in 1986 by Ocean Conservancy Organization to encourage worldwide awareness and action for the world’s ocean conservancy.

BALI CULTURAL CEREMONY AND RITUAL | AMETIS VILLA BALI’S ODALAN

Bali is renowned for its bright and richly cultural ceremonies, and any visitor who spends more than a few days on the island will be certain to see some kind of temple festival, a colorful procession, or might be a ritual. There are also numerous island-wide religious festivals to mark sacred days according to the Balinese calendar, together with family rituals such as birth celebrations, tooth filing ceremonies, weddings and cremations.

The Odalan itself, or temple anniversary celebration, is a lavish ceremony commemorating the founding of the temple, and as each Odalan date varies from one temple to another. All kinds of religious icons and precious objects, parasols, effigies, and huge ‘wayang landung’ puppets are paraded around the temple in a feast of bustle and colour, while decorations ranging from the bizarre to the brilliant adorn the temple walls. The women create astonishing temple offerings in the form of soaring pyramids of fruit, rice cakes and flowers, ornamented with coconut-leaf decorations. These are brought to the temple in long and spectacular processions with the women carrying the offerings on their heads.

On 30th of August 2018, Ametis Villa Bali celebrate The Odalan, all of department has involved to create a pyramid of fruit, we called as “Gebogan”. The day before, all of staff sends one of them to do cleaning blitz around the villa area. At the end of the ceremony they pick up the offerings and bring them home to share them with their family.