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EDITOR’S CHOICE of Bali’s Finest Resorts


An Italian Twist

The first resort under Bulgari Hotels & Resorts and the second property after Milan, Bulgari Resort Bali has captured the attention of the world travellers since it opened its doors in 2006. The pioneer in combining Balinese architecture with Italian modern interior designed by Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel and Partners, the resort is elegantly comprised of 59 villas and The Mansion of 3 and 5 bedrooms – all perched on 160-metre-high cliff near Uluwatu.

The design integrates the mansions with the garden, by creating spare, low-profle architectural volumes that blend in seamlessly with the landscape. The private spaces in each mansion are located on the ground floor, whose large footprint made it possible to include every imaginable comfort in the bedrooms. At this level, the views have been screened to ensure maximum privacy and relaxation for guests.

Supported by the stunning location, the service and the partnership between the high-end jeweller and the Ritz-Carlton management have brought this resort to stay as a classic luxury.

Jl. Goa Lempeh
Banjar Dinas Kangin Uluwatu
Bali 80364, Indonesia
+62 361 847 100 0




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