Six Senses Uluwatu Bali extends the luxury, beauty and spirituality of the Six Senses brand to the bucolic southern coast of Bali. Perched on the dramatic cliffs of Bali’s southwest peninsula, Six Senses Bali offers spectacular views of the Indian Ocean as well as the serene Pura Luhur Uluwatu, perhaps Bali’s most picturesque seaside temple.
The resort is comprised of 28 sky villas, 62 one-bedroom villas and seven two-bedroom villas, each incorporating touches of local character along with the contemporary comforts and modern design sense of a world-class resort. On-site dining includes a pool bar and a specialty restaurant, which also offers cooking classes as well as visits to the resort’s organic garden. Enjoy a complimentary morning yoga classes and locally-inspired specialty treatment at the spa, along with an extensive menu of signature therapies, from multi-day wellness programs to rejuvenation therapies and detox. Facilities include a shared pool and gym, a ballroom, a meeting room and a Balinese temple.
Location: Perched on the cliffs of Uluwatu, on the southernmost tip of the island, Six Senses Bali brags uninterrupted ocean views from every angle, and a spiritual location next to the sacred Pura Uluwatu.
History: As with other Six Senses properties, the resort's carbon footprint is kept to a minimum in every aspect, from architecture to day-to-day ongoing green initiaves.
Service: Renowned throughout the world for its first-class service, the Six Senses brand brings their attention to detail and personable approach to laid-back Bali.
This spacious one-bedroom suite features an outdoor deck with vista bathtub and covers 1,160 square feet. Guests may choose from one double bed or twin beds, and bathrooms come with a double vanity and high-tech toilet. Standard Six Senses brand amenities and features apply, including 49-inch LED interactive TV, personal bar and beverage facilities, and more.
These rooms feature an outdoor pool, deck, and ocean-facing bathtub - measuring 1,765 square feet. Bedrooms come with one double bed and understated, elegant design touches complement fantastic views of the surrounding landscape from the 341-square-foot private pool deck. All high-end Six Senses brand amenities apply.
At 2,136 square feet and with one bedroom featuring either one double bed or twin beds, the cliff-top one-bedroom villa is inspired by Balinese architecture. Guests staying in Cliff Pool Villas enjoy uninterrupted ocean views from the 228-square-foot outdoor swimming pool and open-air deck. Among some additional amenities enjoyed by Cliff Pool Villa guests are indoor and outdoor showers, an insect netting canopy, and an in-built bed panel to control the room’s electronic functions.
These 3,371-square-foot accommodations are highly customizable with two bedrooms that can be appointed with one double bed and two twin beds, or two double beds. Features that are unique to these rooms include a 492-square-foot outdoor pool, an outdoor whirlpool and garden area, and two ensuite bathrooms, plus one bathroom attached to the living room. Two-bedroom Cliff Pool Villas are an ideal option for families and travelers expecting to entertain larger groups.
Larger groups and families will love this expansive three-bedroom villa, with impressive ocean views and an outdoor private pool. At 5,418 square feet in total space, these rooms can accommodate up to 12 and feature two double beds and twin beds. Each villa also has three ensuite bathrooms with double vanities, an indoor shower, an outdoor shower, and a high-tech toilet. The outdoor pool also has a whirlpool tub, adjacent garden area and an outdoor daybed.
Perched at high altitude and with a private pool, the Sky Penthouse offers stunning 180-degree views of the Indian Ocean and the Pecatu Cliff. This penthouse spans 2,646 square feet and boasts a spacious living room, two bedrooms with one double bed or twins, and an open-air deck with a 330-square-foot outdoor pool. The suite also features three bathrooms, two of which have double vanities.
This stately private estate is set at thecliff’s edge and boasts four bedrooms (three double and one twin), two living rooms and beautiful ocean views. At 39,015 total square feet, The Retreat also features a wine cellar and a private bar, a kitchen area, meeting rooms, a gym and its own main porch. The Retreat is designed to foster a “resort within a resort” aesthetic, as guests actually drive from the resort to reach their own private enclave.
These top-tier accommodations have space for up to 16 guests and include every feature imaginable – plus an infinity pool and uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean. The Presidential Villa covers 16,459 square feet, and its four bedrooms come with three double beds and one twin. There is also a private gym, spa, bar, kitchen and media room.
The resort’s on-site boutique shop features a range of stylish, chic items – the perfect place to replace a forgotten travel item or look for gifts for a loved one back home.
Scheduled screenings take place three times a week at Six Senses Bali as part of the Cinema Under The Stars signature experience. Private screenings can also be arranged.
The hotel is flexible when it comes to hosting groups, with both the Aarunya Ballroom and Andakara Lawn at guests’ disposal, along with other rooms and interior spaces.
The indoor fitness center is adjacent to the spa area and outfitted with modern workout machines, along with expert staff members who are available to help tailor workout regimens.
During a visit to the in-house spa, guests may choose from traditional Balinese treatments with a modern twist alongside more in-depth wellness programs focused on cleansing, sleep, or fitness.
There are three main pools at Six Senses Bali: the main pool, relaxation pool and kids pool. They are perched, infinity pool style, atop the high cliff where the resort sits.
The resort’s resident expert mixologists practice their craft at the Bar at Rocka. An ideal venue for sunset cocktails, a quirky selection of reimagined cocktails is available alongside the classics, and drinks are prepared with fresh, organic ingredients from the resort’s gardens.
The most interactive option on offer for dining at Six Senses Bali, guests may take cooking classes and watch expert demos at the Cooking Studio at Crudo. The studio is suitable for hosting private lunches, dinners, and small meetings.
Crudo is the culinary heart of the resort, located in the Square. The restaurant offers a unique dining concept in which various elements of Japan’s culinary culture, with its traditional sushi and sashimi, are combined with aspects of Nikkei, a Latin American influenced cooking style.
This eatery’s rotating menu is entirely based on the seasons. Breakfast and dinner are inspired by flavors from Europe, Asia and Bali. Drinks (booster juices and super smoothies) and snacks are also served throughout the day.
Rocka’s “Chef’s Table” option, Rocka Edge features an exclusive daily menu with the fresh harvest and catch of the day accompanied by a selection of wines from the wine cellar.
The Cliff Bar offers fresh, oven-baked selections combining Southeast Asian spices with traditional Italian touches. Be sure to try the drinks too, such as the house kombucha, purpleroot snow, chipotle margarita, or banana-colada.
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