Slumber Party Hostels Signs Agreement to Acquire Iconic Surf Hotel in Bali, Indonesia – Opening 2022

To have such an iconic property in Bali that was built on the adventure-seeking nomadic lifestyle, essentially reflects our company and brand DNA.

— Gary Murray, CEO of Collective Hospitality

BALI, INDONESIA, Feb. 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Collective Hospitality, the world’s fourth largest hostel company, expands to Bali, Indonesia with the rebranding and renovation of former Uns Hotel. The resort will be known as Slumber Party Bali Surf Hostel.

The iconic resort town of Uns shot to fame in the early 90s and was the Bali base of legendary surfers Kelly Slater, Rob Machado, Shane Dorian and their close-knit family of local Balinese friends and surfers. Kelly, Rob, Shane & co, changed the direction of surfing from a novelty sport to a multi-billion dollar a year industry with the release of “Momentum” on VHS.

Bali’s tourism industry has been built on the back of this thirst for adventure and has attracted surfers from all over the planet with its warm waters, world-class waves, cheap beers and street food. Collective views this acquisition not just as bricks and mortar, but as owning a piece of Bali’s tourism history for the next generation of momentum to experience.

This becomes the third property in Indonesia of Collective Group, owner of the Slumber Party, Bodega and Sociatel brands. The hotel will be rebranded and reopened in 2022 as Slumber Party Surf Hostel and the restaurant name “Balcony” will be kept as an icon of surf tourism and lifestyle culture in Bali.
The hotel will be refurbished and reopened in June 2022. The refurbished sleepover will offer guests a 240-bed tropical adventure, party hostel with its own operational “learn to surf” school on site, located just 60 meters from the beach. Kuta beach. Ideally located to provide easy access to Bali’s legendary party strip and famous Poppies Lane street stalls where bargain-trading becomes an art form. Slumber Party is known around the world for bringing amazing party and adventure experiences to Millennials and Gen Z.

“Having such an iconic property in Bali that has been built on the nomadic lifestyle in search of adventure, essentially reflects the DNA of our business and our brand. We look forward to posting more exciting announcements soon for our growing collective travel community in Asia and beyond,” said Gary Murray, CEO of Collective Hospitality, owner of the Slumber brand.

Slumber Party hostels are designed to inject 100% adrenaline into travelers aged 18-35, with properties and entertainment designed specifically around adventure, socializing, epic pub crawls and non-stop fun. stop. When you stay at a sleepover, you are part of the tribe. Slumber Party is part of the portfolio of Collective Hospitality, a tourism and leisure company focused on the alternative accommodation sector. Collective Hospitality is one of the fastest growing lifestyle brands with several properties owned or under contract across Asia with moves planned in Europe and the Americas. starting in 2023. For more information about Slumber Party, please visit www.slumberpartyhostels.com or check out @slumberpartyhostels on Instagram. #ADVENTUREHARDPARTYHARDER

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