Luxury CombinationsThe art of luxury travel in Bali is defined by a handful of first-class resorts for guests who appreciate inspiring locations, exclusive accommodations and distinguished hospitality that will leave a lasting impression
Amanresorts in Bali extends to three boutique properties, each one with its own unique character that reflects the island and its cultural heritage. Amankila is a cliff-side beach resort set within a grove of coconut palms with sweeping views of the Lombok Strait in East Bali. Amanusa commands a garden hillside in southern Bali with panoramic vistas over the Indian Ocean in the Nusa Dua enclave. Inspired by a traditional Balinese village, Amandari is a peaceful retreat with walkways and shrines, surrounded by terraced rice fields that overlook the sacred Ayung River of rural Ubud.
Bali, magical island of the Gods, tempts travelers with two acclaimed Four Seasons resort experiences. Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay features a collection of elegant private Balinese villas with separate sleeping, bathing and living pavilions and ocean views from a private plunge pool. Dramatic hilltop and oceanfront dining as well as an Indonesian spa make this resort an outstanding retreat. Beneath a lotus pool floating above treetops and Bali's sacred Ayung River, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan is the place to discover enormous suites and private villas nestled in the jungle. The property offers absolute spa magic with the secrets of the East as well as eclectic dining at the breathtaking valley's edge.
Kayumanis is a collection of intimate villa retreats located in some of the best locations on the mystical island of Bali. It is an evolving brand with its own signature brand of hospitality and personalized butler services. Discerning travelers can escape reality in Bali’s rural foothills at Kayumanis Ubud or soak up the sophistication of a beachfront enclave at Kayumanis Nusa Dua. Alternatively, there is the opportunity to experience serenity beneath a grove of dancing coconut palms at Kayumanis Jimbaran. While The Gangsa embraces the harmony of Balinese living in the priestly village of Sanur.