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Four Seasons Sayan

DESTINATION

Bali, Indonesia

HOTEL TYPE

Resort

LOCATION TYPE

Urban Retreat

WHY WE LOVE THIS HOTEL

Surroundings: Savor your favorite drink in the open-air bar over looking the floating lily pond and verdant Ayung River Valley below.

Décor: A combination of tasteful Balinese décor, a neutral paint palate and original sculpture and artwork.

Food: A choice of local specialties and western favorites, fine wines, exotic cocktails and a kids menu.

DETAILED DECRIPTION

Situated above the treetops and perched dramatically over Bali’s sacred Ayung River gorge, the Four Seasons Sayan is a beautifully appointed and secluded jungle retreat. There are 18 suites and 42 ingeniously bamboo-camouflaged villas with private outdoor terraces, all decorated with local art, woodwork and hand-lomed fabrics. There are two restaurants, the casual, open-air Riverside Cafe, which has a wood-burning pizza oven, and the elegant Ayung Terrace, where the outdoor area is jaw-droppingly cantilevered over the gorge for spectacular views. The Four Seasons has a two-level, infinity-edge pool by the riverside, a fully-equipped fitness center and complimentary cycling or hiking excursions in the surrounding area. The Sayan’s spa has three spa villas designed with natural materials such as teak wood cabinets and flooring, hand-blown glass wash basins, and thatched roofs, and offers a full menu of holistic aesthetic and therapeutic treatments that draw from Ayurveda and other Asian traditions.

Amenities

Amenities

24hr room service
bar/pub
business center
coffee shop
concierge
family room
fitness center
garden
kids club
multilingual staff
outdoor pool
poolside bar
restaurant
safety deposit boxes
salon
sauna
spa

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