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Upmarket Resort

For Arab tourists seeking a quiet upmarket resort, Bulgari Resort Bali offers an ideal retreat. Situated within a secluded plateau not far from Uluwatu on the southern tip of the Jimbaran peninsula. Its cliffs plunge dramatically into the Indian Ocean, blessed both by sunrise and spectacular sunset views.

The resort epitomizes elegance, intimacy and pleasure as well as a truthfully glamorous experience. Refined contemporary design meets traditional Balinese architecture with a distinctive mood of Italian innovation and tradition, following in the footsteps of the Bulgari Hotel Milano. The resort also features two restaurants among others including a modern Indonesian cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a sophisticated casual atmosphere. For a more formal ambiance, Il Ristorante offers traditional and modern creative Italian cuisine.

The resort also has its own spa – a holistic healing centre, bringing together the therapeutic traditions of Indonesian message and the contemporary elixirs of modern spa technology. An antique ‘Joglo’ house, transported piece by piece from central Java, creates a unique reception area. Most treatment rooms overlook the Indian Ocean and the spa gardens, each with private changing areas. Modern treatments are combined with ancient techniques to create a range of unique spa rituals. The resort offers private access to the beach via an inclined elevator.

Each residence within the resort has a security pavilion by the garden gate that also houses separate staff accommodation with bathrooms, guaranteeing the privacy and surveillance you would expect.

Bali was recently selected as one of the best islands in the world by US-based Travel+Leisure Magazine ranking just behind Galapagos Islands of Ecuador and ahead of other prominent island destinations such as Maldives, islands in Hawaii and Malta. However, before you reach for your credit card to book your tickets and rooms, keep an eye on the news, as there has been a recent occurrence that has dented tourism in Indonesia, a country that had not seen a major incident since 2009