Home Away From Home: Bulgari Bali Hotel

Home Away From Home: Bulgari Bali Hotel

Home Away From Home: Bulgari Bali Hotel

A luxe and exotic escape on the Bali coastline.

A luxe and exotic escape on the Bali coastline.

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Tucked into the cliffs of Indonesia’s most beautiful islands, the Bulgari Bali Hotel offers up the most exclusive and pristine experience with an enigmatic mixture of traditional Balinese form and sophisticated Italian style. The resort is comprised of 59 villas, which come in five different accommodation categories and have their own private infinity pool and tropical garden, and 5 mansions, which can sleep up to a total of 12 people and feature fully equipped Miele high-end kitchens, Bang & Olufsen audio and video systems, landscaped wrap-around gardens and private swimming pools with sun decks.

While you’re there, take your pampering to the next level at the oceanfront Bulgari Spa with the exclusive Bulgari Signature Experiences – one of which, designed for couples, involve four highly trained therapist who provide harmonious, synchronized body massages with exotic oils and healing herbs.

If you’d rather spend your day at the beach, you can ride the inclinator, an open-sided carriage, down the cliff to the resort’s private beach below complete with a raised beachfront platform that allows you to enjoy the coast during both low and high tide. Or, if the natural beauty of Bali has you feeling romantic, you can head over to the onsite chapel, the first-ever Bulgari-branded wedding chapel in the world, which has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the bright blue Indian Ocean.

There are also two Bulgari stores on site. The first highlights Bulgari watches, fine jewelry, and a wide selection of fragrances, while the offers more traditional Balinese wooden statues and cultural art pieces.

Bulgari Bali, Resort.

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