"Bali is one of the leading tourist destinations, so it needs many facilities to provide tourists with comfort while in Bali," said Glenn de Souza, BWI Vice President of International Operation for Asia and the Middle East, here on Monday.
The two hotels will be built in Ubud, Gianyar district, and Uluwatu, Badung district, he said.
The hotels are to be designed to reflect Balinese architecture and modern style, he said.
Best Western is currently operating four hotels in Bali.
While admitting that competition remains stiff among hotel operators in Bali, he said he is optimistic that the company would be able to attract many guests. (WRA/ADT)