Ayodya Resort Bali rests upon 11.5 hectares of landscaped gardens complete with beautiful lagoon pool and set within the secure gated resort community of Nusa Dua.
A world of grandeur
Reminiscent of an enchanted water palace and characterised by quintessential Balinese architecture, the resort is designed to resemble a Balinese water palace in the grandest possible manner. Depicting mythical characters from the epic Ramayana story and a true reflection of Balinese art, stone statues, fountains and relief carvings are dotted throughout the hotel and around the lagoon pool.
Ayodya Resort Bali has 541 elegant rooms and suites each with a comfortable king size bed, marble bathroom with walk-in shower and soaking tub, as well as private balconies for enjoying garden, pool or ocean views. The Ayodya Palace is a private retreat within the resort and features 79 lavish suites. Set near the beach within a tranquil corner of the resort, the Ayodya Palace represents the ultimate luxury experience with an exclusive butler service and private check-in. Exclusively designed for Ayodya Palace, the lounge and serene pool with beach access provides a relaxing ambience.
The Ayodya Palace lounge symbolises royal Balinese treatment offering guests breakfast, dinner, afternoon tea and evening cocktails. Complimentary snacks and beverages are available throughout the day while guests are welcome to enjoy the well-stocked library and Wi-Fi internet access.
Ayodya Resort Bali is dedicated to making honeymooners feel as if they were newlywed royalty. Rooms feature a traditional Balinese four-poster bed, delicately crafted textiles and furniture as well as teak parquet flooring. With a private foyer entrance area, they offer a luxurious marble bathroom with natural lighting, a spacious bathtub for two and a separate shower. The private balcony overlooking the tropically landscaped garden is comfortably furnished with double daybeds and traditional table and chairs.
The Ayodya Spa by Mandara is exciting, eclectic and earthly, honouring the environment and reflecting the traditional while also retaining the very best elements of Balinese artistry. The spa’s décor is sensual and romantic, featuring hand blown glass, Balinese artwork, stone carvings and water features.
The spa’s menu is a combination of Asian-inspired therapies combined with an exclusive range of beauty treatments by French aroma skincare specialist, Decleor. Mandara Spa’s signature treatments including Mandara Massage, Pure Natural Facial and Ultimate Indulgence are also available.
Blessed with a 300-metre secluded sandy beach and large swimming pool, the resort features numerous water activities. There is also a fitness centre, jogging trail, tennis and squash courts. For families staying at the resort, the kids club provides children with creative games and local cultural learning programs.
Meetings and private functions
Ayodya Resort Bali has the expertise, facilities and hi-tech amenities to coordinate conferences, meetings, seminars, receptions, private dinners and functions, in a choice of 14 versatile, multi-function rooms ranging from The Grand Ball Room to smaller, professional meeting rooms. Additionally, the hotel’s extensive grounds provide numerous opportunities for outside venues. Just footsteps from a dreamy long white sandy beach is the Beach Garden, where the lush green landscape overlooks the Indian Ocean and is able to accommodate up to 1,500 people for wedding receptions and gala dinners.
The Balinese Theatre offers a traditional Balinese ambience and the perfect setting for both private functions and scheduled entertainment for up to 180 people. The Balinese Theatre is an open-air amphitheatre in which Bali’s rich cultural heritage is brought to life by traditional Balinese dance performances such as the Kecak and Legong dance while a cultural dinner is presented with an international and Indonesian buffet.
Savour world-class cuisine at Ayodya
Bali with eight restaurants and lounges serving a variety of specialised international cuisines. Enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine amidst elegant and cosy surrounds at Genji Restaurant, or dine with your partner at the stylish Octopus Restaurant and Sports Bar with its delectable, simple yet rich meals.
The Waterfall Restaurant with lagoon views offers an international buffet breakfast and Indonesian delicacies for dinner, while the Octopus Ristorante serves a casual dinner of irresistible Italian cuisine. Topping off Ayodya Resort Bali’s culinary medley is its iconic Lagoona Restaurant that is open for lunch and dinner, enticing you with beautifully presented seafood and barbecue feasts.
The Ayodya Resort Bali truly has something for everyone. It perfectly blends the hospitality and grace of Bali’s friendly people with a warm welcome, exotic grandeur and ultimate comfort.
Balinese Culinary Experience at Ayodya Resort Bali
Nusa Dua, 20th June 2017 – Timed to coincide with the month-long 39th Annual Bali Arts Festival (Pesta Kesenian Bali-PKB) that was launched with a grand parade in downtown Denpasar on Saturday, June 10, 2017, The Ayodya Resort Bali at Nusa Dua will host its own 5-week long celebration of local cuisine at the popular Waterfall Restaurant. Drawing from the same rich cultural traditions that inspires the Bali Arts Festival, The Ayodya’s “Balinese Culinary Experience” will run through July 18th , 2017.
Open each day at the Waterfall Restaurant from 11:30 am until 9:00 pm, succulent and sometime spicy offerings – many of them unique to the Balinese kitchen will be on offer. On a rotating basis throughout the entire course of Balinese Culinary Experience, traditional cultural performances from the Island will also be presented in tandem with rare and exotic recipes known only to the Balinese dinner table.
The main thrust of this special culinary event is “interactive” in nature with live cooking demonstrations from stalls where visitors can discuss the ingredients and recipes with the talented chef preparing each delicacy. Food stalls, serving local specialties from Bali’s eight regencies and one municipality of Singaraja, Bangli, Tabanan, Karangasem, Badung, Gianyar, Negara, Klungkung and Denpasar – will present dishes visitors would only otherwise encounter in the course of a prolonged tour of the Island. Each food station will impart individual aromas and tastes emanating from signature dishes drawing on ancient cooking traditions of each region of our paradise island. Soups made from green papaya; vegetable dishes concocted from wild jungle ferns and cooked banana stems; Bali iconic Ayam Betutu; Sate Bali, Nasi Sela and Tipat Kuah – will all be dished up by knowledgeable young professionals eager to share dishes first share taught to them in the Paon (kitchen) of their Balinese mothers.
In the long-standing tradition of the mythical royal palace that inspired those who first built this landmark hotel 25 years ago, those joining the “Balinese Culinary Experience” at The Ayodya Resort Bali will be treated and fed like the honored guests staying at a royal palace.
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