What travellers are loving about Bali’s Six Senses Uluwatu resort

Unlock a state of calm and tranquillity with a Six Senses experience

Centuries-old tradition mixes with beautiful beaches, great surf breaks and an eclectic wellness and dining scene at the enchanting Six Senses Uluwatu resort. The Balinese inspired sanctuary rests atop the southernmost tip of Bali with dramatic vistas of the Indian Ocean, and shares its spectacular setting with the famed Pura Uluwatu Temple, believed to be one of the island’s core spiritual pillars. Here are three great reasons to make reservations now:

  1. Waking up to gorgeous views
Cliff Pool Villa

Presidential Suite

With 28 sky villas, 62 cliff pool villas, The Retreat and the Presidential Villa, a tranquil respite awaits all travellers. Each villa comes with a panoramic view of the Indian Ocean and rests amid natural vegetation and lush landscaping for a thoughtful touch of privacy and seclusion for every guest. The groundbreaking Sleep With Six Senses programme offers travellers sleep wellness advice from the resort’s Sleep Doctor combined with relaxing spa treatments, wellness therapies and yoga nidra practices. True to the Six Senses inimitable style, each guestroom is lavishly equipped with handmade mattresses by Naturalmat complemented by Hanse organic pillows and duvets, high quality Beaumont & Brown organic cotton sheets and Madison Collection towels and bathrobes to make for the ultimate sanctuary experience.

  1. Numerous dining options with flavours from Bail and the world

The resort’s selective range of dining options serves as an ode to both the local Balinese food culture and internationally influenced fare. Crudo, the culinary heart of Six Senses Uluwatu, features a Nikkei style sushi-ceviche bar menu that combines elements of Japan’s culinary culture and Latin American cooking styles. The best panoramic views of Uluwatu takes centre stage at The Cliff Bar, which serves freshly oven-baked specialties combining Southeast Asian spices with traditional pizzas and homemade pastas. Over at Rocka Edge, diners can anticipate a daily exclusive menu with the freshest catch of the day accompanied by a selection of wines from its own wine cellar.

The Eat With Six Senses approach is implemented across all dining outlets and ensures food served to patrons are as nutritious as it is delicious. With onsite farms, organic vegetable gardens and a strong commitment to responsible packaging, the resort’s cleaner and simpler approach ensures a positive effect for guests and Mother Nature alike.

  1. Experience nature at its best

Take a step further and delve deep within Bali, both in and out of the resort. Escape the ordinary and settle down for a paddy field picnic at the UNESCO World Heritage rice terraces located on the misty slopes of Mount Batukaru, Bali’s second highest volcano. Experience nature right at its source with an exhilarating river rafting adventure and pass stunning views of waterfalls and wild rainforest on a professionally-guided trip, while rare birds glide overhead.

As the day comes to an end, relax in your sun lounger with homemade popcorn in hand and surround sound system to immerse in movie magic at the Paradiso open-air theatre. For those who would prefer to take things slow, head to the Six Senses Spa, which features 10 treatment rooms, a nail bar, relaxation areas and facilities, such as a jet pool and experience shower. The resort’s state-of-the-art fitness centre includes an outdoor fitness circuit and meditation pavilion. A true Six Senses experience is one that will leave travellers feeling better than when they arrived.

Book reservations at sixsenses.com/en/resorts/uluwatu-bali.