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Andaz Bali opening on 1 April 2021

By the time Bali reopens for international tourists, there's set to be a brand new Hyatt resort option on the island - Indonesia's first Andaz property.

It may still be some months before international leisure travel to Bali is possible, but when we do hopefully return next year there will be another fantastic looking hotel option, with the Andaz Bali now accepting reservations from 1st April 2021.

This will be the eighth Hyatt property on the island, joining five Alila resorts, the Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua and the Hyatt Regency Bali (formerly Bali Hyatt), the latter being adjacent to this new Andaz resort in Sanur.

The Andaz brand of “luxury lifestyle hotels and resorts” was launched in 2007 with its first property in London, and has since grown to 23 hotels worldwide.

The Andaz Bali will be the first Andaz-branded property in Indonesia and is part of a big growth phase for the brand, joining at least five new properties either recently opened or also slated to welcome guests in the near future.

  • Andaz Gangnam Seoul (opened September 2019)
  • Andaz Dubai The Palm (opened December 2019)
  • Andaz Xiamen (opened September 2020)
  • Andaz Shenzhen Bay (opening 28 December 2020)
  • Andaz Sunny Bay Sanya (opening 2021)

The resort was first announced in early 2014, with opening proposed for 2016, but as ever with hotel projects the timescale turned out to be far too optimistic and the Q2 2021 opening will represent a total delay of over four years.


The Andaz Bali is located in the seaside town of Sanur, where Bali’s first international hotels started to spring up in the 1960s.

It’s around a 30-minute drive from Bali’s airport at Denpasar.


The property has been designed by international architects Tierra Design as a modern interpretation of a traditional Balinese village.

Andaz Bali layout. (Image: JSI)

The resort is laid out in a series of low-rise clusters set among landscaped garden