Hotel managers in tropical destinations mostly seem to know what they’re doing when planning an accommodation unit. Alila Villas Uluwatu is just one exquisite example of how to take advantage of astonishing natural surroundings. The resort sits on an elevated plateau along the southern coastline on the Bukit Peninsula in Bali, Indonesia and faces the restless ocean, offering unforgettable views.
Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali was designed by Singapore architectural firm WOHA and embraces environmentally sustainable design. The project consists of 84 pool villas overlooking the ocean. Each unit displays tasteful contemporary arrangements and decorations that are specific to the region.
Some of the facilities of this resort include a 24-hour gym with yoga, Spa Alila with 5 treatment villas, 50-metre swimming pool (despite its impressive size, surely no one really gets enough of it), a library, various meeting venues and wedding interiors.
When it comes to culinary delights, this is the place to be. Alila Villas Uluwatu presents three great options that will deal with your appetite. The first is a cabana by the cliff edge, which is perfect if you are after an informal romantic atmosphere, the second is CIRE, a contemporary western and the third- called The Warung- offers authentic wholesome Indonesian and Balinese cuisine.