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St. Regis Bali Resort Nusa Dua

The St. Regis Bali Resort is a luxury beachfront resort located in Nusa Dua, Bali. This unrivaled Nusa Dua Resort offers 123 luxury Suites and Villas. Radiating beachfront elegance, The St. Regis Bali Resort is a spectacular destination offering outstanding opulence and award-winning refined luxury to the world’s most discerning travelers.
Home to the only private villas with direct access to the finest white sand beach in Nusa Dua, this Suite and Villa-only resort offers dazzling premier accommodation, world-renowned bespoke service, signature 24-hour St. Regis Butler Service and truly exquisite and indulgent gastronomic experiences.


Belmond Jimbaran Puri

Escape to Belmond Jimbaran Puri. Unwind beside the sea, enjoy delicious cuisine, then retired to your luxury villa. The supremely romantic Belmond Jimbaran Puri sits on one of Bali’s most beautiful beaches. Talcum-soft sands set the scene for a tropical retreat. As the sky turns crimson, birds sing overhead, and the scent of grilling fish entices you to dinner.

Belmond Jimbaran Puri boasts a reputation as one of the most serene Bali hotels. Enjoy a massage by the sea, then let the calm, azure waters tempt you in. Stretch out in your garden and inhale the heady aroma of frangipani flowers. Be enchanted by this green oasis, where the sandy shore meets the shimmering ocean.


Four Seasons Bali At Jimbaran Bay

The award-winning Resort set global firsts when it opened as an all-villa beach retreat that pioneered Modern Bali Style, blending innovation in design with thoughtful, genuine service. And just as Bali has evolved into a sophisticated, chic destination while continuing the daily rituals and spiritual connections of village life, the Resort embraces its evolution while holding true to the original authenticity that is uniquely Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay.

On the island’s southern coast, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay commands a wide stretch of oceanfront, and the adjacent Jimbaran Beach offers a long tree-lined curve of white sand for swimming and water sports. The Resort’s location also puts you close to southern Bali’s diverse cultural and historic attractions.

Divided into seven "village squares," each with a village chief to deliver a Four Seasons experience, 147 pool villas are cocooned within the high walls of traditional Balinese dwellings. Inside, they present a fresh, contemporary design, spacious interiors and the ultimate views across the sunset coast and curving Jimbaran Bay.

Blending with the waters of beautiful Jimbaran Bay, its Infinity Pool is set on a spacious stone terrace, providing plenty of room for lounge chairs and umbrellas.


The Bulgari Resort Bali

Bulgari Resort Bali is located in one of the most exclusive destinations in the world, a veritable emblem of the tropical exoticism of the Orient, combining the breathtaking beauty of unspoiled nature of Bali beach resorts with a sophisticated contemporary design born from the encounter between traditional Balinese forms and high Italian style. The quality of the services along with the views of the Indian Ocean offered by its magnificent position 150 meters over the sea are the perfect introduction to the second luxury hotels from Bulgari Hotels & Resorts.

Bulgari Resort Bali occupies a secluded plateau near Uluwatu, on the southern tip of the Jimbaran peninsula. Defined by cliffs that fall dramatically to the Indian Ocean, blessed both by sunrise and spectacular sunset views, the resort enjoys private access via funicular to a pristine stretch of beach.

Set within the volcanic stone walls of the resort, each villa is a private haven. An oversized bathroom and living area complements a luxurious bedroom overlooking the Indian Ocean. Outside, a patio, open-air living room, garden and plunge pool look southwards to the cliff tops and sea. Contained privately within garden walls, each villa offers contemporary elegance in both indoor and outdoor spaces, combining modern opulence with traditional materials and design. A byword for luxury, each villa at Bulgari Resort Bali creates a hideaway of comfort.

Set in the very heart of Bulgari Resort Bali, The Spa is the embodiment of a holistic healing centre, bringing together the therapeutic traditions of Indonesian massage and the contemporary elixirs of modern spa technology. An antique ‘Joglo’ house, transported piece by piece from Central Java, creates a unique reception area. 18 treatment rooms overlook the Indian Ocean and spa gardens and suites with private changing areas, plunge pools and outdoor relaxation areas. Modern treatments are combined with ancient techniques to create a range of unique spa rituals.


Four Seasons Bali At Sayan

Discover Bali’s cultural heartland at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan. The area around the town of Ubud – just 15 minutes from the Resort – is filled with activities for couples and families. The temperature here in the highlands is slightly cooler than on the coast, making it more comfortable to explore. Ubud offers a relaxed, bohemian atmosphere with international dining and a cool music scene. Visit the Hindu temples, yoga and meditation centres that helped inspire the book and movie Eat, Pray, Love.

Escape to Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan to revitalize in a lush and intimate paradise. The Resort’s 18 spacious suites and 42 private villas reflect the island’s natural, serene beauty. Each suite and villa is appointed with a mix of contemporary and Balinese décor, including rich teak furnishings and exotic hand-loomed fabrics. Generous bathrooms feature terrazzo tiles, double vanities, deep soaking tubs and separate showers.

A paradise designed for your pleasure, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan offers a realm of services and amenities for both couples and families. Linger in the luxury of the Spa, or lounge beside the two-level riverside swimming pool. Work out in the fitness centre, or take a vigorous walk through the surrounding hillsides, rice paddies and the nearby village of Sayan.


Nihi Sumba Island (Nihiwatu)

Re-imagined and re-opened in 2015, Nihiwatu has quickly captivated travelers from all corners of the world. On the remote island of Sumba in southeastern Indonesia, the once cult surf destination with its own popular private wave, Occy’s Left, was acquired and developed into a culturally immersive enclave of equal parts active adventure and endless indulgence, in an exotic and authentic setting. Among its unique and idyllic features:
-A three-villa tree house atop a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean
-A day-long spa safari with endless spa treatments, private bales, and healthy, bush-cooked meals
- Over 33 villas with private plunge pools, indoor-outdoor entertaining, and a variety of views overs the resort and Indian Ocean beyond that includes hidden waterfalls, scenic views of farmed rice paddies, local villages and artisans, freshly harvested coconuts, and picnic lunches
-A professional equestrian center for sunset beach rides, mountain excursions, horsemanship and more

Located on the island of Sumba and 400 km to the East of Bali, Nihiwatu is an outpost to world-class surfing, the best sport fishing in Indonesia, hiking through breath taking waterfalls, ancient villages and butterfly trails and Stand-up Paddling down the Wanukaka River. The resort focuses on unregulated freedom, understated luxury, and providing unforgettable memories that allow guests to reconnect with a life lived simply, healthfully and mindfully. 2.5 km is the length of the private beach on which Nihiwatu is located, within 567 acres of unspoilt, natural reserve.

Nihiwatu offers 33 villas with 38 rooms in a 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5-bedroom layout, built on terraces with private verandas and private pools, each unique to the Sumba experience, constructed from only the finest local materials of teak and rattan. There are villas to fit each guest needs, from the Marangga that offers secluded privacy for couples to Puncak and Tree House (Mamole) which offer multiple bedrooms for families to enjoy. Larger families or groups of friends looking for a truly indulgent and unforgettable experience should opt for Raja Mendaka, a gorgeous 5-bedroom estate with 19 m lap pool, iced plunge pool and butler accommodation, or ultimately exclusive buy-out of the entire resort with minimum booking of 7 nights of all villas.


Banyan Tree Bintan

Hike in a rainforest teeming with giant trees and lush life, hillside terrain, secluded beaches and the sweet song of birdlife. Immerse yourself in a natural sojourn on Bintan island. Banyan Tree Bintan delivers views of the South China Sea stretching into the horizon where the tropical sun meets the coastline.

Banyan Tree Bintan's secluded bay of stunning talcum-white sands, coconut trees and naturally hewn boulders offers you the perfect respite from everyday stresses. Engage in exciting water sports, dive into the beach pool or slip into the resort's unique rock-edge pool, set high above coastlines to give stunning views of the surrounding waters.

Be mesmerised at Bintan's only all-villa establishment of beautifully decorated villas in traditional Balinese style, each raised with stilts and set on hillsides. Gently cradled in the tranquil rainforest with panoramic views of ocean waters, the Rainforest Seaview luxury villa in Bintan offers you the epitome of tropical living. Recline on your king-sized four-poster canopied bed or step onto your private balcony complete with an outdoor relaxation pool. Each spacious villa is replete with intimate touches to assure you of a memorable tropical island stay.

Unwind and relax on the resort's private beach in Bintan, tee off on an undulating championship golf course and be pampered at the acclaimed luxury spa in Bintan.


The Sanchaya Bintan

Set on the pristine sands of Lagoi Bay, the luxurious Sanchaya Bintan is a short transfer from Singapore. From Changi International Airport, it takes 15 minutes to Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, where high-speed ferries are waiting to whisk guests to the island in 45 minutes. The Sanchaya is the only property on Bintan with its own VIP lounge in the terminal, specially created to ensure guests enjoy a seamless arrival and departure experience. Express immigration and customs clearance is handled by The Estate Artisans. Registration takes place prior to arrival in The Sanchaya Lounge at Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal, a mere 15-minute drive from the property.

Sanchaya’s uber-luxurious collection of 21 light and airy villas and nine suites afford sweeping views of the shimmering ocean, lush gardens and a serene man-made lagoon anchoring the estate’s Thai-themed Lawan Village. Bathed in neutral, crisp and earthy tones, the villas and suites range from an ample 55 square meters to a capacious 1,045 square meters, boasting verandas, balconies and terraces, open-style bathrooms with separate Lefroy Brooks soaking tubs and showers, and walk-in closets.

In addition to the super king size beds, polished parquet floors and Chinese-style cabinets, each villa and suite is adorned with carefully selected, rare pieces of art and furnishings, inviting a glimpse into the captivating histories and cultures of Southeast Asia. And to further pay tribute to Southeast Asia’s diversity, villas are named after various emblematic flowers from different countries.

No two villas or suites are alike; each exudes its own distinct character and charm. Explore the categories of the villas and suites as you begin to choose the canvas of your luxurious escape.



Bali grabs all the travel headlines, but Indonesia has a sprawling archipelago of more than 17,000 islands if the unbeaten path is your jam. Hike in the mountains and rainforests and explore everything from rice terraces to beaches outside luxury hotels. Check out some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world. Between sports, you can see more wild animals than you imagine: wild orangutans and Komodo dragons, to name just a few. Temples and ancient palaces are the places to roam on quieter days unless you just want to kick up your heels at a spa for some top-class pampering. What we’re saying: If you haven’t been to Indonesia, then you haven’t seen anything yet.