On the glittering black crystal sands of Pantai Purnama (Full Moon Beach) on Bali’s southeast coast, this exclusive new villa resort offers a boutique, adultsonly beachfront retreat.
The Royal Purnama is committed to serving the needs of discerning, sophisticated travellers with exceptional hospitality, luxurious facilities and the beauty and tranquility of a rural oceanfront setting.
The creators of this beachside hideaway have carefully preserved the raw nature of the beautiful surroundings, offering guests a rare experience within a tranquil setting of lush plantations bordered by the Indian Ocean. With the dedicated support of local Balinese culture and arts, the resort blends classic contemporary architecture with effortlessly elegant interiors. Accommodation comprises 48, stylish, one-, two- and four-bedroom villas and suites, all with their own private pools or balcony jacuzzi and an open, tropical living concept that creates a seamless transition from the indoors to outdoors. Colourful décor is enhanced with fine Balinese ceramics and local textiles, delicate detailing, handcrafted artistry, hi-tech functionality and mood lighting to create the perfect ambience.
Enjoy The Royal Purnama’s enticing menus. Standing Stones restaurant offers exemplary service, magnificent sea views and a gourmet selection of fresh home-style dishes. At the open-air beach lounge, a meandering freeform swimming pool merges with the sea and the sky. The all-day menu mingles Western classics with Asian favourites.
Private dining is also available, allowing you to create and customise a personal culinary experience prepared by your personal chef and served in the setting of your choice. Day guests are also welcome with advanced reservations.
Black Sand Spa offers blissful rejuvenation with a range of ancient remedies dedicated to relaxation and rejuvenation rituals. Additional resort facilities include a gym, library, a boutique and art gallery.
The locality presents numerous opportunities for exploration and leisure, ranging from gentle treks through the plantations to temple and market visits or day cruises to the offshore islands.