Jumeirah opens all-villa resort in Bali

Jumeirah Group has expanded its international portfolio with the debut of its first resort in Indonesia. 

The all-villa Jumeirah Bali is located on the south-west of the island in the Pecatu region. 

All 123 villas feature a private pool and an outdoor living area with an open pavilion overlooking the horizon or a landscaped tropical garden. Guests can choose from one and two bedroom configurations, as well as the four-bedroom Royal Water Palace.

Jumeirah said the property is reminiscent of Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa’s ‘tropical modernism’ style with indoor-outdoor architecture that focuses on indigenous building materials.

The resort will feature three signature restaurants and bars overseen by French-trained chef Vincent Leroux, with each offering views across the island. Eateries include all-day dining spot Segaran, which offers Balinese and south-east Asian cuisine, and Maja Sunset Pool Lounge, which serves cocktails and finger food by one of the property’s infinity pools. 

Akasa Gastro Grill is also scheduled to open in June utilising ancient cooking methods and techniques and featuring a resident DJ and specialist mixologist.

Facilities at the hotel include several infinity pools, a kids’ club, exclusive access to a private beach, and the Talise Spa, which features two private treatment rooms, a sauna, steam bath, Vichy shower treatments and a modern fitness centre.

Jumeirah will unveil what is reportedly the only traditional Turkish hammam on the island in July.

Guests can participate in guided meditation, yoga classes with the property’s resident master yogi, and hiking experiences.

Jumeirah said the resort is committed to sustainability and features the most advanced desalination system in the world. The hotel also supports the local community through the Jumeriah  Uluwatu Foundation, which is dedicated to the wellbeing of the Balinese people. 

“Bali is well-known for its captivating beauty and rich cultural heritage that sets it apart from the rest of the archipelagos around the world,” said José Silva, chief executive of Jumeirah Group.

“Jumeirah Bali is a first-of-its-kind concept that embodies the spirit of the province with our unmatched hospitality, providing guests a truly unique and memorable experience to reconnect with nature.

“The resort adds another feather to Jumeirah Group’s growing international portfolio providing a multicultural hospitality destination, integrating sustainability, culture and wellness.” 

To celebrate its launch, Jumeirah Bali is running a special opening offer on stays until March 31, 2023 that are booked before June 30, 2022. The offer includes 25% off the best available rate, a 10% discount on food and beverage, a complimentary upgrade (subject to availability) and breakfast and resort credit (for stays of two nights or more).

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