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Jumeirah Bali celebrates tropical modernism. Looking for a luxury resort that will make your Bali vacation extra special? Check out Jumeirah Bali, which just opened in Uluwatu. This all-villa resort offers 123 luxurious accommodations, each with its own private pool. The architecture and design of the resort celebrates tropical modernism, so you’ll feel like you’re living in luxury from the moment you arrive. Whether you’re looking to relax by the pool or explore all that Bali has to offer, Jumeirah Bali is a luxurious place to drop anchor.
The luxury resort is located in Uluwatu, Bukit Peninsula, on the southern-western shoreline of Bali. The Pecatu region is famous for its limestone cliffs and beaches. A few of Bali’s hidden beaches are to be found in this area, in addition to the Padang Padang Beach with its fast, long barrelling wave that brings surfers from the world over to South Bali.
As the resort and its beach face the west, expect to see breathtaking sunsets every day. Make sure to catch at least one sunset from the sunset deck or from your villa’s private pool.
The All-Villa Jumeirah Bali Resort
Jumeirah Bali is the group’s first resort in Bali, bringing luxury and opulence the brand is known for to the Island of the Gods. The architecture and design of the resort celebrates tropical modernism, a movement styled by Geoffrey Bawa which looks to construct ‘with space’ rather than ‘in space’.
This philosophy can be seen throughout the resort, from the lobby to the spacious, airy villas. The villas are designed to emphasise natural light and ventilation, so you can enjoy the beautiful weather that Bali is known for.
And, of course, no Jumeirah resort would be complete without world-class dining. The resort has three signature bars and restaurants, each with its own unique take on cuisine. Akasa Gastro Grill is a modern steakhouse with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients. Segaran serves up traditional Indonesian fare, while Maja Sunset Pool Lounge offers a reason to mix cocktails, finger food and gorgeous sunsets. So no matter what you’re in the mood for, Jumeirah Bali has a dining option to suit your taste.
Check out Talisa Spa, which offers the first traditional Turkish Hammam in Bali. This spa is dedicated to providing a luxurious and relaxing experience, so you’ll feel like you’re in paradise from the moment you arrive.
Uluwatu – Home Of Luxury Resorts And Surfing
Uluwatu is a renowned surf spot on the Bukit Peninsula of Bali, Indonesia. The waves here are some of the most consistent and challenging in the world, attracting both beginner and professional surfers alike. The reef break creates perfect conditions for surfing, and the stunning views of the surrounding cliffs and ocean make Uluwatu a genuinely magical place. Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned pro, Uluwatu is a must-visit surf spot for anyone who loves to ride the waves.
Uluwatu is home to a few luxury resorts, including Bulgari Resort Bali, Alila Villas Uluwatu, Six Senses Uluwatu, and Raffles Bali. These resorts offer visitors a chance to experience luxury and relaxation in one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Each resort has its own unique amenities and offerings, but all of them provide an unforgettable experience. With its stunning scenery, world-class waves and luxurious accommodations, Uluwatu is a paradise for surfers and luxury seekers alike.
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© This article was first published online in May 2022 – World Travel Magazine.