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Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

Why We Love This Hotel :

Location: Located in what is often known as the Beverly Hills of Bali, the resort sits on a wide stretch of Jimbaran’s white sand beachfront.

History: Though it enjoys all the comforts of a top-notch luxury hotel, the Four Seasons Jimbaran has been designed in the form of a traditional Balinese village.

Service: This hotel’s service, amongst its other wonderful qualities, was recognized by Travel + Leisure, who named it one of the Best Hotels in the World in 2013.

The Four Seasons Jimbaran features a host of facilities for guests to enjoy, from a beach club that provides fun for the whole family, to a luxurious infinity pool, to a broad range of business services.

Beach Club Activities

The Beach Club features a host of activities for guests young and old, from beach toys, to a tennis court, to video games including a Nintendo Wii.

Business Services

Round-the-clock business services are available for guests with administrative needs, while audio-visual equipment, cell phones, translation services, and WiFi are available to guests as well.

Fitness Center

Those who wish to keep up with their fitness may do so at the Four Seasons Jimbaran's fully-equipped, state-of-the-art gym, featuring a sprung floor aerobics studio. Those who require personalized attention may hire one of the resort's personal trainers.


A large stone terrace leads to 106-foot infinity pool, featuring a serene atmosphere and lovely views of Jimbaran Bay. A waterfall leads to a lower soaking pool, ideal for children.


The Four Seasons Jimbaran Spa puts a special emphasis on the healing and relaxing powers of water, with special oceanfront treatments and couples' rooms available.

Eating at the Four Seasons Jimbaran can take many forms - from a casual, relaxed lunch at the breezy Sundara restaurant, to the traditional Balinese communal dining restaurant serving up authentic Indonesian food.

Pool Terrace Cafe

Guests feeling peckish or thirsty at the resort's poolside may order some light snacks and refreshments from the Pool Terrace Cafe, which serves up Asian and Western cuisine, and provides shaded eating areas.

Baan Bua

Enjoy the rich, fresh flavors of Thailand from the comfort of a charming Balinese home-like restaurant. Adding to the family-style atmosphere is the table for 20 that sits directly beside the open kitchen.

In-Villa Dining and Special Experiences

Guests may enjoy a range of private dining experiences, from in-villa dining, where they can order a range of Balinese and international dishes, to private dining experiences throughout the hotel's grounds, including beachfront candlelit dinners.


Enjoy the sea breeze while dining on international favorites at this fresh, stylish and relaxed beachfront restaurant overlooking the Indian Ocean. This restaurant opens for lunch and remains open until the moon is high in the sky.

Taman Wantilan

This restaurant is meant to recreate the Balinese communal gathering place featured in traditional Balinese villages. The menu features a range of authentic Indonesian dishes, and special meals include a traditional Rijsttafel Dinner on Wednesdays and a Night Market Dinner on Sundays.



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