Spa on the Rocks
Perched on natural rocks just below the resort’s towering cliffs are two luxuriously appointed spa villas with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Anchored on natural rocks amidst the ocean, The Spa on the Rocks villas are for people to experience lavish, exclusive treatments on offer. Treatments at the Rocks use exclusive products and are limited to only six couples daily. Guests can also extend their time at this unique location with a five-course butler-served dinner on the Rocks after their treatments.
Architecture and design
Designed by Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo,the AYANA resort has a total of 368 guest accommodations.From luxurious villas with ocean views to rooms and suites with private balconies, there are plenty of choices to suit your needs and vacation style. Each accommodation is furnished with distinctive Balinese doors, limestone carvings and a selection of Indonesian arts and antiques that complement large marble bathrooms with state-of-the-art electronics and designer amenities. With locally-sourced tiles and alang-alang thatched roofing, the entire experience at AYANA is a celebration of Balinese art and culture.
For villa accommodations, guests can expect private plunge pools, sun-beds, dedicated recreation areas, and the exclusive service of butlers certified by UK guild of Professional Butlers!
Guests of AYANA
Guests of AYANA come from all corners of the globe, the Aquatonic® Pool is one of the reasons why they keep coming back. The average length of a guest’s stay is 4 days. Although some guests come just for a long weekend,many prefer to stay longer to experience the variety of resort facilities.
A Day at AYANA
with yoga at sunrise. Stretch out your body and center your thoughts on wellbeing.Go for a healthy, light breakfast at the Spa Café. Indulge yourself in a day of therapeutic and ultra-relaxing treatments. Enjoy a session of thalassotherapy in the Aquatonic Seawater Jet Pool, before heading off for an evening walk or jog. At sunset, indulge in outdoor spa treatments at the scenic Spa on the Rocks and enjoy the great ocean views from across the resort.For dinner, head down to one of the seven restaurants located at various spots of the resort.Back at the villa, conclude the day with a restful sleep and recharge for the indulgence to be had the next day.
Sights around town Guests keen to do sight-seeing and cultural activities can arrange for guided tours at the hotel.Available for a modest fee, these tours bring you to the various famous attractions in Bali,such as the Jimbaran Bay fish markets and the Sacred Uluwatu Temple. Guests will also get to experience local Balinese Hindu ceremonies and watch traditional dance performances from the local community.