Jumeirah Bali, a Dubai champion and acclaimed luxury hospitality leader known for its flagship hotel, Burj Al Arab, has transformed how luxury is defined. Now the group has scaled again, but this time on an island paradise.
Bali has everything you could ever want in a tropical destination – white sandy beaches, densely filled jungles, rich local culture, and pockets of luxury spread around the island.
No wonder it is one of the most sought-after travel destinations globally. The island is ideal for those looking to experience a tropical paradise with a little bit of everything. Recently there has been a new contribution to the island – an all-villa luxury resort designed by the Jumeirah Group.
Jumeirah Bali serves understated luxury spaces that make every stay truly unforgettable. The Emirati state-owned luxury hotel chain, from hotels to architecture, design and service, has set up a new standard within the industry by creating a sanctuary of tranquillity and relaxation.
This month, the Jumeirah group welcomes guests to experience what they describe “as tropical modernism amid lush greenery and exquisite Indian Ocean vistas.”
The stunning property sits gracefully on the beach area of Uluwatu within the Pecatu region in southwest Bali.
But for couples, groups, or solo travellers looking to find balance and reconnect, staying in the Hindu-Javanese-inspired villas would be my first option. Hospitality Net describes the resort as “boasting 123 villas perched on top of the limestone cliffs; the resort offers exceptional dining experiences and wellness activities to find your inner Zen.”
Another way to become at one with nature is Jumeirah’s award-winning Talise Spa.
Prices start at $6300 for a week’s stay for two; but by paying a premium you know what to expect – luxury. Jumeirah Bali is an absolute must for both adventure seekers and couples who just want to relax and take in the culture, food and beautiful beaches.