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(From The Jakarta Post)
Holiday season is drawing near, and Bali will again be busy after months of little tourist activity.
With the scare over Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), in the past, and a more stable security condition, star-rated hotels and luxury resorts on Bali are hoping for the best.
Since 2002, when Bali suffered a devastating bomb attack, the number of visitors to the island has dwindled.
Hotel owners and managers have been faced with tough decisions on how to meet skyrocketing costs without optimum occupancy. Consequently, hotel occupancy rates, which averaged at between 60 percent and 90 percent in early 2002, …