It’s been almost a decade since Bulgari Resort welcomed its first guest. The resort is located near the village of Pecatu and the stunning cliff-top site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, on the island’s

It’s been almost a decade since Bulgari Resort welcomed its first guest. The resort is located near the village of Pecatu and the stunning cliff-top site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, on the island’s far Southwest tip. The Jimbaran Bay and the international airport lie approximately 20 kilometres North of the resort while Kuta, the touristy heart of Bali, is a 40 minute-drive away.

Clinging to the cliffs of Uluwatu, the beautiful resort spans150 metres above the seashore, with magnificent views of the Indian Ocean. The secluded setting of the 59 villas is complimented by the exquisite blend of traditional Balinese style and dramatic, contemporary Italian design by architects Antonio Citterio Viel and Partners. The grounds resemble medieval gardens, with walls enclosing tropical vegetation and private gardens. A birds eye view of the property would only reveal what may look like your typical Balinese village, as the buildings are topped with traditional thatched roofs.

Each villa is surrounded bytall bay windows and doors, which opens the interior to a fabulous view of the ocean, and also allowed the warm natural light to shine into the lavish Bulgari rooms.

The bathroom is designed for pure indulgence. Options include both an indoor and outdoor walk-in shower, and a palatial bathtub to soak in. Aromatherapy candles and burning incense are available as well, lit with just a quick flick of the match, to enhance your rejuvenation experience.

The villa has a private pool, inviting you for a refreshing swim during those hot Bali days.

From time to time, friendly visitors – Monkeys of Uluwatu – will pass by to say hello. Guests are suggested not to leave food or valuables anywhere in the open-air living room. These cheeky guests are often tempted to take what isn’t theirs – perhaps they’ve been inspired by your fashion sense! Aside from this, they are usually quite harmless. A butler is assigned for each villa to attend all the guest’s needs.

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Besides its unrivalled natural setting, the resort also boasts sophisticated facilities, such as Il Ristorante, an Italian restaurant; Sangkar, an Indonesian restaurant; the lounge bar, the Spa and the cliff-edge. A Bulgari store, a Balinese arts and crafts store as well as business, conference and wedding facilities complete the resort’s unique features.

Nestled between the cliff and the ocean, a 1.5 kilometre long beach is accessible only through the resort’s inclined elevator that will take guests to the beach where the Beach Club sits. A trip down to the Beach Club is another experience it self, allowing you to not only see the beautiful sea, but actually jump in and enjoy it!

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Il Ristorante
Overlooking a reflecting pool, the resort’s signature Italian restaurant, Il Ristorante, pays homage to classical Italian specialties in a seductive ambience enhanced by suggestive soft lighting. The pond surrounds the open-air bale style structure while cool air trickles up from beneath floor.

Open only for dinner, the 36-seat restaurant features creative interpretations of classical Italian cuisine, perfectly blending the finest imported Italian ingredients with the islands’ organic produce. The result is a contemporary menu created by Italian Chef characterized by constant research for new colours, tastes and presentations. The restaurant offers a selection of over 200 wines, predominantly Italian labels and the finest selection of both new and old world wines, including exclusive collections of Champagne.


Sangkar Restaurant
Hanging on the cliff-edge and characterized by a more casual atmosphere, the all-day dining Sangkar restaurant proposes a creative kind of cuisine, combining regional recipes with modern culinary techniques.

Sangkar means “cage” in Indonesian and the term is associated with the various styles of traditional rooster cages that are used for lighting and the restaurant décor.
The menu offers a vast array of Asian and international influenced specialties, creatively prepared and presented as well as authentic Indonesian favourites.

The Bar
Sophisticated and comfortable, the bar – characterized by a spectacular terraced lounge furnished with comfortable cushions – provides the ideal setting to enjoy breathtaking ocean views and magnificent sunsets.

The bar menu offers a selection of wines as well as a variety of cocktails and appetizers, inspired by classical Italian flavours. Afternoon tea is also served daily.For the utmost in privacy, in villa dining is also available 24-hours a day.

Contact Details
Jalan Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin, Uluwatu, Bali 80364, Indonesia
+62 361 8471000

NOW Bali Editorial Team

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