JUMEIRAH GROUP EXPANDS GLOBAL PORTFOLIO WITH DEBUT INDONESIAN RESORT
Jumeirah Group has expanded its international portfolio with the addition of its first luxury resort in Indonesia.
The global luxury hospitality company has expanded into Indonesia with the launch of the Jumeirah Bali. Located in the Pecatu region of south west Bali, the all-villa resort sits gracefully on the beach area of Uluwatu.
Guests can enjoy a unique hotel atmosphere inspired by Hindu-Javanese culture. It aims to appeal to couples, groups and solo travellers looking to ‘reconnect and find inner balance’ while soaking in the resort’s natural surroundings.
Perched on top of the limestone cliffs, the luxurious resort boasts 123 spacious villas offering one or two bedrooms all featuring tropical views of the Indian Ocean. The resort also features a four-bedroom Royal Water Palace for those seeking an exceptional experience.
The majestic villa enjoys a private gym and library, a large private pool, an exclusive wine cellar and cigar lounge, large living areas, and complimentary access to Dreamland Beach.
CEO José Silva commented: “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.”
Each villa features a private pool and outdoor living area with an open pavilion overlooking the sunset horizon or a landscaped tropical garden. Guests also benefit from exclusive access to a private beach as well as the resort’s resident DJ, cocktail lounge, wellness activities, infinity pool, kids’ club, exceptional dining and award-winning spa.
Additional wellness facilities include a sauna, steam bath and Vichy shower treatments. Guided meditation and Yoga classes are also available for an all-encompassing holistic retreat hosted by Jumeirah Bali’s resident Master Yogi.
Jumeirah Bali also boasts sustainable practices and supports the local community through the Jumeirah Uluwatu Foundation dedicated to the wellbeing of Balinese people.