Raffles Hotels & Resorts has launched its 15th hotel in Bali, which offers a new well-being program. The Bali resort features views over the Indian Ocean and the Jimbaran Bay sunsets, and it will have 32 private pool villas that include a batik tapestry from Bali's local craftsmen, rustic rattan furniture, a private garden, private pool, gazebo, indoor and outdoor showers, a soaking tub, yoga mats and beach accessories. There's also a Raffles Wellbeing Butler who will aid guests in exploring the rest of the resort.
“Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or an intimate oasis of emotional well-being, Raffles Bali offers unparalleled panoramic ocean views and captivating sunsets from every villa,” says Katya Herting, general manager of Raffles Bali. “Our beachfront resort is surrounded by lush tropical gardens, providing utmost relaxation due to its generosity of space.”
The property is also the first location where Raffles will be unveiling its new Emotional Wellbeing program, designed to help guests understand that true luxury is about what you feel and not what you own. In addition, the Raffles Spa has two treatment suites, each with its own soaking tub and sliding doors leading to a hill-view terrace, as well as a third, remote hillside treatment suite called The Sanctuary.
The resort features two restaurants, Rumari and Loloan Beach Bar and Grill, and more intimate dining options at The Secret Cave or the Purnama Honeymoon Bale.
“We are delighted to introduce our most iconic hotel brand to the beautiful island of Bali,” says Michael Issenberg, Chairman & CEO Accor Asia Pacific. “The highly anticipated Raffles Bali will be the brand’s second hotel in Indonesia, joining the stunning Raffles Jakarta, and is set to become a special retreat for guests to feel pampered, through meaningful experiences and service that is both gracious and intuitive.”