Limestone cliffs frame the dramatic ocean views of this Cliffside resort. The serene Uluwatu Temple completes a very Balinese scene, though the resort itself enjoys a cutting edge design that seems to flow from the hills out to the ocean. 64 pool villas line up with sensational views, and there’s a sense of tranquillity whether you’re taking a dip in the infinity pool or stretching at a sunrise yoga class.
Alila Villas Uluwatu has embraced the environmentally sustainable design (ESD) principles and is the first resort in Indonesia to receive the highest level of certification from EarthCheck as a Best Practice Building Planning and Design (BPDS) development. The resort also supports local charities aimed at improving the lives of local people.
The Bukit Peninsula is at the southern end of the island of Bali, Indonesia. It is traditionally considered to be the entire area south of Jimbaran beach. Unlike the bulk of the rest of the island, it features a dry, arid and stoney landscape.