Bali is known as the Island of Gods. What better way to experience such a magical place than from a resort that is designed to let you take in all the natural beauty, culture and breathtaking panoramas of this beautiful island. Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa is as magical a place as the island itself. You can be in the midst of cliffs hanging over the Indian Ocean, indulge your senses in the spa, fine dining and spice rituals that are a unique feature of Balinese culture.
There are 74 suites in the resort, all facing the majestic ocean and touching the cliff edges. There are garden and pool view suites and villas that can be your private little coves once you check in. Each suite is designed with wood and ceiling to floor glass windows, to let you take in the beauty of Bali’s southern coastline. It’s minimalistic design enhances the beauty of the ocean and the surrounding areas.
The appearance of the resort, although rustic, is contemporary with all the latest amenities built into each room. You get an iPad and iPod with docks, LCD screens with international satellite channels, broadband internet connection, a well-stocked library, and a stereo system in every room.
There are Jacuzzis, bath tubs and private pools in all the villas on the property. They are completely hidden and private, perfect for both families and couples who are looking for some private space for themselves.
There are indoor and outdoor dining and drinking areas designed to let you enjoy the luxury of the resort, as well as the sweeping panoramas of the location. There is an indoor Teppanyaki restaurant offering contemporary Japanese cuisine with live counters on every table.
The 360 restaurant and the Dewika Lounge both provide indoor dining and lounge areas with large balconies overlooking the cliffs and the ocean. You can enjoy a Traditional Balinese meal, Asian cuisines or something more Mediterranean or Western, while enjoying the views.
Splash is a completely outdoor restaurant that offers Mediterranean and Asian cuisines with tables facing the ocean. Enjoy a steaming hot meal in the cool evening sea breeze. If you are looking for something more private, go for Dining by Design, where you can enjoy a private fine dining experience with the best food and drinks the resort has to offer.
There is a luxurious spa where you can get signature detoxing and indulgent spa treatments and massages specially designed for singles, couples and families. You can try out some of the local Balinese techniques and treatments that are sure to leave you completely relaxed and rejuvenated. There is also an in-house salon that can take care of all your grooming needs.
If you are interested in exploring the area around the property, there are area excursions organised by the resort. You can explore nearby attractions like the Impossible Beach, fishing villages and trails where you can go hiking. You can visit a nearby volcanic lake that is a popular picnic spot for visitors or even participate in Yoga, Balinese cooking and dancing classes at the resort.
If you are more of a water baby, you can explore the surfing scene at south Bali. The resort organise surfing excursions and stays for two, along with spa treatments, wining and dining and much more.
The resort is a quick 40-minute drive from the International Airport at Bali, with cab and limousine transfers available at the resort. The surreal landscape and panoramic views of the ocean and the cliffs can take your breath away every time you look out of your room.
Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa is also close to many local attractions like ancient temples, parks, monuments and beaches. It is a few minutes’ drive to Kuta beach, Seminyak and and the surfs of Legion. It is a mere 50 kilometers from Ubud, the tourist hub of Bali.
Despite its proximity to all the local attractions of the island, the resort is tucked away in a nice little corner of south Bali that is so calm and relaxing that it feels surreal. Its location offers an experience like no other on the island to those who are interested in a place that is luxurious, romantic, calm and rejuvenating, while also being fun and adventurous.