Known for promoting local art and creative hospitality, ARTOTEL Group is today launching an exciting new service offering, Gamer Asylum, concept rooms for gamers.
Bali, one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, is struggling to attract international tourists due to the pandemic. According to data published by CNN and confirmed by the Bali Central Bureau of Statistics, only 45 international tourists visited Bali in 2021 despite the island’s reopening. With this new concept, ARTOTEL Sanur Bali hopes to bring more international tourists back to the island.
ARTOTEL Sanur Bali is the first in Asia to introduce the Gamer Asylum concept rooms featuring the latest gaming equipment and 24/7 free high-speed Wi-Fi so that guests can play without limits. Concept rooms can be customized according to customers’ tastes and include a fully equipped gaming computer, gaming chair, headset, and fashionable preloaded games, such as DOTA2, CSGO, Valorant, PUBG, and Genshin Impact.
The new concept was inspired by China’s latest gaming ban, which limits young gamers from playing online video games to three hours a week. The restrictions apply to all devices, including phones, and the new rules have quickly become one of the most discussed topics on Weibo.
With Gamer Asylum rooms, ARTOTEL Group hopes that ARTOTEL Sanur Bali can be an asylum for all gamers who want to enjoy their hobby without restrictions.
Erastus Radjimin, Founder and CEO of ARTOTELGROUP, said, “We are a local creative lifestyle and community, and we are always looking for ways to provide unique experiences for our customers. By offering a different and enjoyable hotel experience specifically for gamers, we hope to reach new customers and drive business.
The Gamer Asylum room includes:
Free high speed internet
A fully equipped gaming computer
Daily breakfast for 2
Free late check-out until 2 p.m.
15% discount for laundry services.
Gamer Asylum rooms are available for booking at the following rates:
IDR 4 million for 3D2N
IDR 7 million for 8D7N