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Is this Bali’s best destination wedding resort?


Make it a perfect wedding

Prama Sanur Beach Hotel is situated along the sandy Mertasari beach in Sanur. It is a perfect gateway to explore Balinese art, culture and tradition away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the island.

 

 

The five-star resort provides guests with 428 rooms surrounded by golden beachfront, seven beautiful hectares of lush tropical gardens and spectacular ocean views.

 

The environmentally-friendly resort comes with an array of signature restaurants and bars such as the Bamboo Bar & Lounge, Basilico Italian Pavilion, Tirta Restaurant and the recently opened Lada Resto and Prama Café & Lounge.

 

Your dream wedding

Celebrate your special moment with us. You can have a dream wedding with great packages at Prama Sanur Beach Bali. Let our dedicated team of professionals with attention to detail assist in preparing you an exquisite wedding blessing and reception.

 

Experience our beautifully arranged beach or garden in a natural and romantic setting to complete your wedding celebration.

 

 

Our gardens and beachfront area can be transformed and tailored for romantic ceremonies and wedding venues, whether it is intimate celebrations, renewing vows, a simple wedding or traditionally full wedding reception.

 

Choose your ideal wedding venue, either at our pristine white sandy beach facing the sea, which is able to accommodate a seated party of 700, or at Hanoman Garden with its lush tropical garden able to accommodate a seated party of 250.

 

Location location

Only about 20 kilometres from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport and five kilometres from the city centre, the Prama Sanur Beach Bali Hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations and is ideally connected by a new toll road across the Benoa bay.

 

Wellness activities include the Aroma Spa, fitness club, tennis club, basketball, badminton, yoga and cycling. Water sports include a Rip Curl School of Surf.

 

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Published: 8 April 2019


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