The beachfront Mövenpick Bintan Lagoon Resort is set to welcome guests in 2023. Accor has signed a management agreement with PT Bintan Lagoon Resort, a subsidiary of PT Edika Agung Mandiri to launch Accor’s first Mövenpick property in Bintan, adding 413 rooms to the brand’s portfolio.
Bintan Lagoon Resort bid farewell during the Covid-19 outbreak in 2020 after operating for 26 years. It had 470 rooms, suites and villas within the resort with room sizes starting from 37 sqm up to 325 sqm for the Angsoka Villa. We stayed in Bintan Lagoon Resort in 2012. Check out our video from a decade ago. Please pardon our video quality.
Getting to the resort from Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal takes an hour. The beachfront resort occupies a long stretch of private white sandy beach in the northern region of the island and will introduce Swiss-inspired hospitality to Bintan.
Facilities at the resort will include three lagoon swimming pools, unique restaurant concepts, a two-storey beach club, spacious event spaces, and a ferry terminal. There will also be a vast wellness and recreation centre that features a gym, spa and Kids Club.
“We are proud to continue our growth momentum in Indonesia with the signing of Mövenpick Bintan Lagoon Resort. With golden beaches, idyllic nature, and exciting recreational activities, Bintan Island has long been a convenient heavenly retreat from the bustling cities. It is a perfect location for our Mövenpick brand, whose heartfelt service, attention to detail and indulgent gastronomy will resonate well within this leisure hotspot. Mövenpick Bintan Lagoon Resort will become a destination within a destination and will elevate the holiday experience with its extensive facilities.”Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea.