Jumeirah Bali has opened in Uluwatu.
An all-villa beachside resort has opened in Bali.
Luxury hospitality group Jumeirah is behind the launch of Jumeirah Bali, a 123-key property located in the Uluwatu area on the southern tip of the holiday island.
Jumeirah Bali is perched on limestone cliffs overlooking the ocean and has villas in one- and two-bedroom configurations with each boasting a private pool. For larger groups, the Royal Water Palace offers four bedrooms along with sweeping views over the Indian Ocean. Each villa has an open pavilion in the outdoor living area - perfect for soaking up the stunning sunsets - or a landscaped garden.
Guests also have access to a private, secluded beach as well as the resort’s infinity pools. Kids will be kept busy at the Jumeirah Bali kids’ club.
Further facilities include three signature restaurants and bars; AKASA Grill opens in June and will be employing ancient Indonesian cooking methods and techniques. All-day dining can be found at SEGARAN, which will focus on local ingredients, with a ‘farm to table’ philosophy. And MAJA Sunset Pool Lounge will be serving up cocktails and finger food by the resort’s infinity pools.
There will be a strong emphasis on wellness activities, with Jumeirah’s Talise Spa onsite which in July will open Bali’s only Turkish hammam. Guests can expect a full spa menu, with facials, massage, scrubs, stress-release treatments using traditional Balinese techniques and herbs. Further wellness facilities include a sauna, steam bath and Vichy shower treatments. There will be guided meditation and Yoga classes with a resident master yogi. The property is also surrounded by hiking trails and there’s a wellness centre for those hoping to keep up with their fitness goals.
Sustainable elements to the build include the world’s most advanced desalination system and the resort will be supporting the local community through the Jumeirah Uluwatu Foundation.
Bali has now reopened to international travellers and flight services are ramping up to meet anticipated demand. Emirates is just one airline that will be resuming services to Bali, with five flights a week from May 1 and increasing to a daily service from July 1.
A special opening offer for stays at Jumeirah Bali until March 31 2023 includes 25% off the best available rate, a ten percent discount on food and drinks, a complimentary upgrade (subject to availability), breakfast and a resort credit for stays of two nights or more. Members of Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts’ rewards programme, Jumeirah One, will receive 30% off plus other benefits. Bookings must be made before June 30 this year, more details can be found online.
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