Designed by Singapore-based architecture firm Woha, the breathtaking, award winning, Alila Villas Uluwatu Resort, is located on the southern coastline of Balis Bukit Peninsula, and is built on top of a limestone cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean close to an ideal area for surfing.
Wooden relaxation pavilions are suspended over the water, giving the impression they are floating.
Sustainability is present every in the resort, local materials were used, such as volcanic rocks and bamboo. To save water, pools were built of sea water.
When you arrive at Alila Villas Uluwatu you immediately step into an oasis of peace, get a warm welcome from Sean and his staff, and you are overwhelmed by the gorgeous design.
Alila Villas Uluwatu has two excellent restaurants called Cire and The Warung. Warung serves authentic Indonesian and Balinese cuisine, while Cire provides a contemporary Western cuisine. The chef of both restaurants is from Dutch origin.
Ask the chef if you can join him to the local market, after which you can prepare a delicious lunch together. He is a very passionate person. The food at both restaurants is a culinary masterpiece. Try the rice table in the Indonesian restaurant or the melon gazpacho in Cire.
This ultimate and spacious hideaway contains 84 pool villas and are all about private space, incredible comfort and view.
The villas are cleverly designed with a blend of contemporary design and accents of Bali, inspired by the use of materials, color and the selection of Balinese art.