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May 18, 2024

Jumeirah Group opens an all-villa resort in Bali

Jade Crasto
Jumeirah Group, a part of Dubai Holding, has broadened its international portfolio by launching its first-ever contemporary resort in Bali, Indonesia. The Jumeirah Bali is the first property in Indonesia for the Jumeirah Group, which maintains a 6,500+-key portfolio of 24 luxury hotels spanning the Middle East, Europe, and Asia, including the renowned Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai.
Jumeirah Bali
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Bali is known across the world for its stunning beauty and is sometimes referred to as the “Last Paradise on Earth” owing to breathtaking natural surroundings. The all-villa luxury resort lies beautifully on the beach area of Uluwatu – one of the most desirable places on the island – in the Pecatu district to the south-west of Bali. The beautiful resort, inspired by Hindu-Javanese tradition, provides an unrivalled place for couples, groups, and lone travellers wanting to reconnect and discover their inner balance while basking in the resort’s magnificent surrounding landscape. 
Jumeirah Bali
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The exquisite resort includes 123 villas in one- and two-bedroom configurations, as well as a four-bedroom Royal Water Palace, all with breath-taking tropical views of the Indian Ocean and lush green natural beauty of Bali, located atop limestone cliffs. Each villa has a private pool and outdoor living space with an open pavilion facing the sunset horizon or a lush tropical garden allowing visitors to immerse themselves in a spiritual, quiet, and contemplative experience. The resort also offers visitors unique access to a secluded beach surrounded by natural scenery, providing a tranquil sanctuary to unwind.
Jumeirah Bali
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The indoor-outdoor architectural style of Jumeirah Bali is intended to create a smooth flow between the architecture, interior, as well as landscape, combining indigenous building materials with modern and luxurious solace, transporting visitors to an authentic Balinese haven of understated elegance with a luxurious touch. 
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Guests may enjoy three distinctive restaurants and bars managed by Master Chef Vincent Leroux, each giving breathtaking vistas across the island’s crystal blue seas and spectacular sunset panoramas, building on Jumeirah Group’s reputation for providing great dining experiences.
Jumeirah Bali
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Jumeirah Bali will also feature Jumeirah’s award-winning Talise Spa, which will provide a variety of wellness activities to assist guests. The resort now operates two private treatment rooms and will unveil the entire spa experience, including the island’’s only traditional Turkish hammam in July. Talise Spa provides services performed by skilled spa therapists,  based on ancient Balinese practices and cultural herbal preparations. Guests will be able to customise their experience by utilising luxury and traditional natural materials, as well as take use of the spa’s extra health amenities. Guests may also join in guided meditation and Yoga courses for an all-encompassing holistic retreat conducted by Jumeirah Bali’s resident Master Yogi, use the sophisticated fitness centre, or embark on exhilarating hiking adventures to submerge themselves in the magnificent natural environs. There are also gorgeous infinity pools and a kids’ area within the resort for hours of family enjoyment.
Jumeirah Bali
Photo Courtesy: Jumeirah Bali
The Jumeirah Bali is devoted to environmentally friendly methods and allegedly has the world’s most sophisticated desalination system. The resort also helps the local community through the Jumeirah Uluwatu Foundation, which is committed to the Balinese people’s well-being.
Jumeirah Bali
Photo Courtesy: Jumeirah Bali
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