The Bulgari Resort Bali, located near Pecatu village and the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, offers a unique experience combining traditional Balinese style with Italian design. This blend of cultures is reflected in the resort’s architecture and services, crafted with the quality synonymous with Bulgari creations.
The resort, designed by architects Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, integrates the culture and natural elements of Bali. Hand-cut volcanic stones, exotic woods, and refined fabrics are used throughout the property. The interiors feature natural lava and palimanan stone, bangkiray hardwood, and green-colored sukabumi stone. The resort is adorned with Balinese antiques, exotic art pieces, and custom-designed furniture and decorative details.
Bulgari Resort Bali comprises 58 villas with ocean views, 5 mansions, and the 1,300-square-meter Bulgari Villa, all offering plunge pools, patios, and tropical gardens. The resort also boasts Italian and Indonesian restaurants, a lounge bar, a spa, and a cliff-edge pool. Additional amenities include a Bulgari store, a Balinese arts and crafts store, and facilities for business, conferences, and weddings. A Hindu Temple, adhering to Balinese tradition, is located on the highest point of the property.
The resort’s guestrooms, suites, and apartments display a contemporary Art Deco aesthetic. The rooftop suite, with a private terrace, can be converted into an exclusive four-bedroom suite. The European brasserie seats 120 guests and offers natural light, outdoor seating, and a menu featuring British seasonal ingredients. The lower ground floor houses a cocktail bar and private dining rooms.
The architecture of Bulgari Resort Bali was conceptualized to be authentic to its location, utilizing local Bukit stone and indigenous materials. The villas, with private gardens and pools, offer a blend of privacy and glamour. The resort’s style is a fusion of traditional Balinese architecture with Italian design elements, using local volcanic rock, exotic woods, and refined fabrics. The Mansions feature spacious living areas, gardens, and two-tiered swimming pools, harmoniously integrated into the landscape.
The dining experience at Bulgari Resort Bali includes the Italian restaurant Il Ristorante – Luca Fantin, offering contemporary Italian cuisine, and Sangkar Restaurant, which serves Balinese and international dishes. All hotel accessories and details have been specially designed and produced in Bali, from furniture to tableware and textiles.
The spa embraces Nordic simplicity, offering a range of wellness experiences including hot and cold cabins, salt therapy, a hydrotherapy pool, treatment rooms, and fitness services like yoga and personal training. The resort’s architecture and design concept are inspired by Bali’s history, culture, and artistic heritage. The Spa provides a unique space with exclusive treatments based on traditional Asian traditions and techniques. It features a yoga pavilion, open-air relaxation lounge, and a floating wooden bridge.
The Bukit area, home to the Bulgari Resort Bali, is known for its Mediterranean-like climate, exclusive villas, resorts, and surfing locations. The resort is located on a limestone plateau with a drier climate, offering stunning views across the Indian Ocean. The beach, accessible via an inclined elevator, is protected by a reef and features the Beach Club.
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