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Bali Hotel

Bali Heritage Hotel, previously known as Bali Hotel, is the oldest tourist accommodation in Bali, built in 1927 by the Dutch colonial government. Initially, the hotel was used as a resting place for crew members from the Dutch shipping company KPM (Koninklijke Paketvaart Maatschappij) who docked in Bali. The Bali Hotel began operating in 1928 after being handed over by the Dutch Government to KPM.

The Inna Bali Heritage Hotel is a complex of buildings located on both sides of Veteran Street. The hotel area on the west side of the street was built with European architectural design, evident in the lobby building, front office, kitchen, dining room, and accommodations. The part of the hotel located on the east side of the street includes a multifunctional building and bedrooms. One of the special rooms of this hotel is Suite No. 77, the favorite resting place of the first President of Indonesia, Ir. Soekarno.

The Bali Hotel is a testament to the blend of traditional Balinese culture and modern comfort. The hotel showcases architecture inspired by the unique cultural heritage of Bali and colonial-era modernity. Walter Spies, Colin McPhee, Jane Belo, Miguel Covarrubias, Margaret Mead, Gregory Bateson, and Charlie Chaplin are among the artists and foreign scientists who often gathered at this legendary hotel in the 1930s.

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