Global luxury hospitality company Jumeirah Group has expanded its portfolio by opening its first resort in the Indonesian province of Bali.
Jumeirah Bali, located in the Pecatu region at south-west of Bali, is an all-villa luxury resort on the Uluwatu beach area.
The resort has 123 villas in one- and two-bedroom configurations along with a four-bedroom Royal Water Palace.
Each villa features an outdoor living area, a private swimming pool, an open pavilion offering tropical views of the Indian Ocean. The guests will also have access to a private beach.
The resort also offers guided meditation and yoga classes at its fitness centre.
Jumeirah Group CEO José Silva said: “Jumeirah Bali is a first-of-its-kind concept that embodies the spirit of the province with our unmatched hospitality, providing guests a truly unique and memorable experience to reconnect with nature.
“The resort adds another feather to Jumeirah Group’s growing international portfolio providing a multicultural hospitality destination, integrating sustainability, culture and wellness.”
The property includes some of the group’s signature amenities including three restaurants and bars, of which AKASA Gastro Grill is expected to open in June.
The other two restaurants are SEGARAN, which offers South-East Asian and Balinese cuisine and MAJA Sunset Pool Lounge, which offers cocktails and snacks.
Jumeirah Bali currently has two private treatment rooms in operation, while a Turkish hammam will be launched later in July to complete the spa experience.
At Jumeriah Bali’s Talise Spa, guests can avail a variety of therapies based on traditional herbal preparations and Balinese methods by expert spa therapists, including energising massages, cleansing scrubs, stress-release therapies and holistic facials.
Last year, Jumeirah Group also announced to open a new international resort, Jumeirah Maldives, in Maldives.