At a Glance
From pristine white sandy beaches to the majestic Uluwatu Temple perched at the tip of a cliff above the Indian Ocean, this destination offers something for every taste and interest.
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Perched on limestone cliffs 100 metres above the Indian Ocean, the view is nothing less than picture-perfect – aquamarine ocean vistas and glorious golden sunsets.
Designed by award-winning Singapore architectural firm WOHA, Alila Villas Uluwatu is completely integrated with the architecture, seamlessly flowing from inside to outside blending in with the surrounding natural environment.
The destination is at the heart of The Alila Experience and is yours to explore with the guidance of our Alila Leisure Concierge team. Enjoy a deeper and more meaningful understanding of what defines the destination on our bespoke journeys.
Alila Villas Uluwatu is a 5-star resort situated on limestone cliffs 100 metres above the Indian Ocean on the Bukit Peninsula in Bali, Indonesia. The ultra-chic resort seamlessly blends architectural design with the surrounding natural environment. Wedding venues available within the resort include its signature cliff-edge Wedding Cabana.
1- to 3-bedroom villas feature contemporary décor with traditional Balinese accents reflected in planes of wood, stone, water, and rattan. Villas have a flat lava rock roof and a bamboo ceiling along with an open-plan design. Villa amenities include plunge pools, private cabanas, outdoor dining areas, butler service, free WiFi, 24-hour room service, and gourmet bars.
The Warung restaurant has an open kitchen, while CIRE offers Western dining at 230 feet above sea level. Afternoon tea is served in the Sunset Cabana. Morning yoga classes are free. Resort amenities include a cliff-edge 50-metre infinity pool, a spa, a library, and a gym. The chauffeur service makes it easy to get to and from the resort as well as travel around Bali.
Bukit Peninsula features an arid and stony landscape.The peninsula includes the famous cliff-hanging Uluwatu Temple, several of Bali's best beaches, and the top surfing spots on the island. The 240-hectare Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park has an Amphitheater, Street Theater, and Lotus Pond. New Kuta Golf Course is the first links style layout in Indonesia.