Jumeirah Bali is Jumeirah Group’s first resort in Indonesia
The all-villa luxury Jumeirah Bali is set in the beach area of Uluwatu, in the Pecatu region of southwest Bali. Inspired by Hindu-Javanese culture, the resort is aimed at couples, groups and solo travellers looking to reconnect with nature.
Jumeirah Bali guest bathroom
The resort offers 123 one and two-bedroom villas perched on limestone cliffs, as well as a four-bedroom Royal Water Palace. All villas feature views of the Indian Ocean and its green surroundings. Each villa has a private pool and outdoor living area with an open pavilion that overlooks the sea or landscaped gardens. The resort also provides guests with exclusive access to a private beach.
Inspired by Geoffrey Bawa’s tropical modernist style, Jumeirah Bali’s indoor-outdoor architecture is “designed to create a seamless flow between the architecture, interior and landscape, blending indigenous building materials with contemporary and luxurious comfort”.
Guests can indulge in three signature restaurants and bars overseen by master chef Vincent Leroux. Akasa Gastro Grill, scheduled to open in June, will feature ancient Balinese cooking methods and techniques; all-day dining spot Segaran offers Balinese and southeast Asian cuisine with a farm-to-table philosophy; and Maja Sunset Pool Lounge is a laidback venue offering cocktails and finger food by one of the infinity pools overlooking the ocean.
Jumeirah Bali exterior
The resort’s wellness offering, the Talise Spa, has two private treatment rooms in use and will be launching the full spa experience, complete with the only traditional Turkish hammam on the island, in July. Guests will be able to tailor their experience using luxury and traditional organic products and make the most of the additional facilities, which include a sauna, steam room and Vichy shower treatments.
The hotel’s fitness programme includes guided meditation and yoga classes hosted by Jumeirah Bali’s resident master yogi. Guests can stay active by using the fitness centre, going hiking and swimming in the infinity pools. There is also an on site kids’ club.
Jumeirah Bali is committed to sustainable practices, featuring the “most advanced desalination system in the world”. The resort also supports the local community through the Jumeirah Uluwatu Foundation, dedicated to the wellbeing of the Balinese people.
For more information, visit www.jumeirah.com/en/stay/bali/jumeirah-bali