Indonesia – Alila Villas Uluwatu is proud to be celebrating its 13th anniversary today by kicking off a month of activities for the people who every day help shape an unforgettable guest experience – its Colleagues.
Beginning with an anniversary celebration on the 1st June and in line with Hyatt Global Month of Service, the Bali resort has lined up 13 different activities with a focus on fun, creativity, community and well-being.
Staff can show off their musical chops in an Unplugged Competition, try their hand at creating a winning Instagram Reel, take part in a Ping Pong Competition, and come up with inspiring waste management ideas in a Green Competition.
The calendar of activities also includes time for some personal care and pampering. Staff can look forward to a Friday afternoon head and shoulder massage for a perfect end to the week, while male team members can get spruced up with a haircut by a professional barber.
No celebration would be complete without sharing it with the local community. During the month, Alila Villas Uluwatu will organise a Health Seminar together with the “Banjar Tambyak” community and host children of Bali Life Foundation in an event called “Little Hotelier”, inspiring the next generation of hoteliers with an exclusive peek behind the scenes of the resort.
A number of activities will also be open to guests to join in, including an early morning bicycle ride to Jimbaran, taking in the beautiful views around the Bukit area along the way, and a competition to make a traditional Balinese “Gebogan” offering. Guests can also take part in a visit to R.O.L.E Foundation in the community to learn about their waste management initiatives and how these are positively impacting the surrounding villages.
“It truly takes a village to consistently deliver the exceptional guest experience Alila Villas Uluwatu has become known for,” said general manager Hemal Jain. “As we celebrate this milestone along with Hyatt Global Month of Service, we look forward to creating many more meaningful journeys and memories for our internal and external guests.”