Far from just a cookie-cutter chain of hotels and resorts, Six Senses is all about capturing natural beauty that stops you in your tracks. It sets its sights on far flung yet accessible locations, and delivers a level of service that doesn’t just do the right thing, but does it well with great care – all the while keeping sustainability at its core.
Well, Six Senses Bali is ready to do all that and more in our island paradise. And, just like the many other dreamy Six Senses destinations around the world, Six Senses Bali will be dedicated to fitting seamlessly into the local fabric of the island. After all, on an island that’s so rooted with tranquility and deep ties to nature, this sustainable, luxury brand will be in its element.
A lofty ledge overlooks vast sea and sky views, some easy chairs and an aged wood table serving as reception are a reminder that simple can be very sophisticated. As in the very best resorts the hospitality is generous.
The chic one- to three-bedroom suites and villas carry on the water theme with shades of cool blues and greens throughout. Marshmallow-soft beds are draped with gauzy netting, and sliding doors lead to decks with ocean views. Some accommodations have outdoor bathtubs or private plunge pools.
Technology-wise, rooms are equipped with automatic toilets, smart televisions, wireless speakers, and environmentally friendly sensor systems that shut off the air-conditioning when guests step out of the room. Cosy lounge areas encourage minibar consumption, or a cup of brew from the Tanamera coffee machines.
Food & Beverages
Six Senses Uluwatu’s focus on sustainability extends to the restaurants and bar, with high emphasis placed on locally sourced meat and produce. The innovative Crudo restaurant combines elements of Japanese and Latin American cuisines, served in a visually alluring space that features a school of carved wood fish suspended from the ceiling.
The polished, wood-panelled Rocka restaurant offers seasonal dishes mainly from Bali, Asia and Europe, plus an interactive chef’s kitchen and a deck with ocean views. It’s here that à la carte breakfast is served, with options ranging from coconut pancakes, avocado toast with poached eggs and pico de gallo, and soto ayam—a spicy Balinese chicken soup. Opt for a floating breakfast (for an extra fee), which can be served on a woven basket placed in your private pool.
Wellness screening is part of the Six Senses philosophy at all their resorts, with many guests checking in for luxury retreats and signature programs that include sleep studies, detox, yoga and fitness programs and more. The spa and fitness centre go right to the heart of Six Senses’ philosophy, where guests may indulge in gravity yoga classes, morning meditation and the sleep study. And more massages. Absolutely.
Sound like heaven? We have no doubt it will be, as they also offering special deals for Top Indonesia Valued Clients only.
Early Bird Discount 15% valid for 14 days booking in advance
Terms and Conditions:
- Travel Period valid from 6 January 2019 to 31 March 2019.
- Booking Period valid from 19 December 2018 until 17 March 2019.
- Combinable with stay Offer 3 Nights and 5 Nights as stated in the annual contract.
- Other terms and conditions applicable
On Bali’s south-western tip, Six Senses Uluwatu is set on some of the island’s most prime real estate. Four miles (six kilometres) away is the iconic Uluwatu Temple, which is one of Bali’s six key temples, and features dramatic ocean views and the renowned Kecak Fire Dance. It’s 11 miles (17 kilometres) from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
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