Bulgari Resort, Bali

Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia

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The Bulgari Resort Bali Grounds

The Bulgari Resort, Bali, rests upon a secluded plateau near Uluwatu on the southern tip of the Jimbaran Peninsula, surrounded by dramatic cliffs dropping into the Indian Ocean with private access via funicular to a beautiful beach. The design is completed by architect Antonio Cotterio and his partners, who created a variety of furniture and fabrics from materials such as hand-hewn volcanic stone and exotic woods.

Awards and Accolades

The Bulgari Resort, Bali, has won the World Travel Award in 2008 for Indonesia’s Leading Boutique Hotel. Additionally, the hotel has been nominated for 2013 World’s Leading Design Hotel, 2013 Asia’s Leading Luxury Resort, 2013 Asia’s Leading Resort, 2013 Indonesia’s Leading Resort, 2013 Indonesia’s Leading Spa Resort, 2012 World’s Leading Design Hotel, 2012 Asia’s Leading Resort, 2012 Indonesia’s Leading Resort, 2012 Indonesia’s Leading Spa Resort and more!

Accommodations

The Bulgari Resort in Bali features 59 villas, each between 300 and 500 square meters of indoor plus outdoor space. Villas include oversized bathrooms, large living areas, luxurious bathrooms overlooking the Indian Ocean, open-air pavilion, terrace, private plunge pool, soothing air-conditioned environments, flat screen TV, high speed Internet access, Hi Fi systems by Bang and Olufsen, and more.

The resort also offers three 2-bedroom villas of 500 square meters each and a Bulgari Villa of 1,300 square meters. The Bulgari Villa is reached by private access and includes two master bedrooms, a large living area, built-in bar, oversized dining area, home theater, outdoor meditation pavilion, large lap pool, and an extensive terrace.

Activities

The Bulgari oceanfront Spa uses elements of Balinese tradition, including its antique hand-carved joglo house relocated and rebuilt from the island of Java, and select healing and beauty treatments. The Bulgari Spa also offers a swimming pool, open air relaxation lounge area, yoga pavilion, rain showers, steam rooms, and two private Spa Suites with an outdoor garden.

For more relaxing enjoyment, take in their incredible ocean views, even from their large swimming pool joined with an extensive ornamental lake where the bar, lounge, and two restaurants are found. Also, experience their pristine private beach, featuring their Beach Club and a special elevation system.

Dining

All day dining is available at their Balinese restaurant with influences from Indonesian archipelago and international dishes. Their Italian restaurant is open for dinner only and offers classic Italian cuisine in a contemporary and elegantly formal setting. Executive Chef Andrew Skinner provides his expertise of Asian culinary tradition for these restaurants.

Inspiring Features

  1. Each stone on the site has been cut and chiseled by hand.
  2. Their private beach is inaccessible to the public due to its shelter of coral reefs and is only accessible by the Bulgari’s inclined elevator. The lack of public access makes the beach appealing to schools of dolphins.
  3. Purchase local crafts from Bulgari’s craft store, offering long-woven silk brocades, ceremonial costumes, ceramic furnishings, hand-woven fabrics, and jewelry.