Ovolo has today announced the purchase of the Citadines Kuta Beach Bali, the group’s first property outside of Hong Kong and Australia, representing its vision to become a truly global hospitality company with particular focus on South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, United States and United Kingdom.
The 194-room property consists of 182 studio rooms, nine one-bedroom suites and three two-bedroom suites, an all-day dining restaurant, rooftop pool & bar, gym and conferencing facilities.
In early 2020, Ovolo will announce its future plans for this property in which it will be reimagined to be inline with Ovolo Group’s ethos and philosophies.
Commenting on the acquisition, Girish Jhunjhnuwala, Founder & CEO of Ovolo Group said, “This acquisition demonstrates our vision to become a truly global hospitality company, offering guests unrivalled effortless experiences across our hotels, bars and restaurants.” Girish continued, “We look forward to being able to reinvent this hotel and it’s food and drink concepts in true Ovolo style, bringing a fresh take on hospitality to Bali.”
Ovolo Group officially takes over Citadines Kuta Beach on November 1, 2019.
About Ovolo Group
Ovolo Group was founded by entrepreneur, Girish Jhunjhnuwala in 2002 and has quickly become one of Hong Kong’s most dynamic and largest independent owner, operator hospitality firms by providing business and leisure guests with the best in effortless living across numerous hotels and F&B outlets internationally.
The company keeps in touch with the modern traveller through award-winning interior designs, detail-driven comforts, focused value-added service like free mini bar, breakfast, Wi-Fi plus more and cutting-edge technology – all done in Ovolo’s signature style. At the 2019 HM Awards, Ovolo Hotels were acknowledged for Hotel and Accommodation Excellence, receiving the accolade “Hotel Brand of the Year”.
A proud Hong Kong brand, Ovolo Group remains a family-owned and privately-operated business operating four hotels and four restaurants in Hong Kong, and six hotels and five restaurants across Australia in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane. Ovolo is also developing new hotels in Melbourne, Australia (South Yarra and South Melbourne) and Bali, Indonesia.
Ovolo Group has also recently launched Mojo Nomad a co-habitation concept for global nomads that combines travel, lifestyle and community at its core. Mojo Nomad’s currently located in Hong Kong’s Central and Aberdeen Harbour neighbourhoods and will be entering the Australian market in the near future.