Meritus Seminyak Condotel Bali

Jl. Petitenget, Badung, Bali

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About Meritus Seminyak Condotel Bali

Imagine living a Palatial lifestyle
Throughout Chinese history, the Grand Palace of the Imperial City was the pride of the land for its innumerable luxuries, magnificent banquets and other pleasures contributing to unrivalled relaxation. This is exactly the kind of high-end lifestyle that Meritus Seminyak intends to bring to Bali. A palatial sanctuary brimming with leisure options, spa indulgences and culinary experiences to ensure that your time on the island is driven by quality.
ABOUT GRAND HOTEL
The rare bond that exists between Oriental China and Bali can be traced back in time. Trade was the intrinsic link between these two destinations and the oriental’s influence on the island extends to art, culture and tradition. History writes of the marriage between the King of Bali, Sri Maharaja Aji Jayapangus and a Chinese Princess, Kang Cin Wei during the 12th century. This essentially justifies the fusion between oriental Chinese culture and traditional Balinese culture.
Projected break-even time in less than 6 years.
Guaranteed ROI min 40% (within 5 years).
Fully purnished, free of maintenance costs.
Free stay of up to 24 points each year.
Managed by Meritus, the leading hotel operator in Asia.
Buy Back Guaranteed 100% (within 6 years).

Oriental’s influence on modern day Bali remains strong. There has been a notable increase in the number of Chinese people traveling to the island and choosing to reside. The fusion between both cultures continues to evolve and more oriental traits are coming to light. Now Meritus, an innovative and reputable hospitality brand, is bringing oriental Chinese luxury combined with local sensibilities to the island of Bali.

The rare bond that exists between Oriental China and Bali can be traced back in time. Trade was the intrinsic link between these two destinations and the oriental’s influence on the island extends to art, culture and tradition. History writes of the marriage between the King of Bali, Sri Maharaja Aji Jayapangus and a Chinese Princess, Kang Cin Wei during the 12th century. This essentially justifies the fusion between oriental Chinese culture and traditional Balinese culture.
Kang Cin Wei’s position as a queen entitled her to instill elements of her homeland into daily Balinese life and traces of this infusion still exist today. Shrines were built across the island with obvious Chinese detailing. The decorative parasols and coins stamped with logographic characters used in many Balinese rituals are distinctively Chinese. So too is the ancient stone sculpture of a Chinese woman found at the Temple of Tegeh Koripan near Kintamani. Even the traditional dances of Barong Landung and Baris Cina are clearly adaptations of what was once performed in China.
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Good Investment
Projected break-even time in less than 6 years.
Guaranteed ROI min 40% (within 5 years).
Fully purnished, free of maintenance costs.
Free stay of up to 24 points each year.
Managed by Meritus, the leading hotel operator in Asia.
Buy Back Guaranteed 100% (within 6 years).

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