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Amanjiwo is fashioned out of limestone and takes its inspiration from the surrounding culture of Central Java. The resort is located within a natural amphitheatre with the limestone Menoreh Hills rising directly behind, the Kedu Plain in front and four volcanoes – Sumbing, Sundoro, Merbabu and Merapi – gracing the horizon. Amanjiwo looks out onto Borobudur, the largest Buddhist sanctuary in the world. Amanjiwo’s suites feature terrazzo flooring, high ceilings, domed roofs and sliding glass doors that open onto a garden terrace with a view of Borobudur or surrounding farmland. Fifteen suites come with private swimming pools. All suites include a thatched-roof kubuk (pavilion) with a daybed for outdoor lounging and dining and two loungers. Interiors include a central, four-pillar bed on a raised terrazzo platform, sungkai wood screens, coconut wood and rattan furniture, old batik pillows in classic Yogyakarta style, traditional glass paintings and a large sunken stone outdoor bathtub. The rotunda Bar is a circular salon, with columns and drop fans, a coconut-wood bar and acid-etched bronze-drum tables. The Dining Room, with its silver-leaf ceiling swirling with muted colours, is defined by a double row of stone columns. Indonesian and Western cuisine is served in an open-air setting with panoramic views over the rice fields to Borobudur and its surrounding volcanoes.
Amankila set on a cliffside overlooking the Lombok Strait in East Bali. Below the resort is its private stretch of sand and beach club. From the intimate, airy lobby, the views are already very much in evidence. The resort is close to Manggis, Candi Dasa, Tenganan and other villages in Karangasem, Bali’s most traditional regency. Amankila’s suites are elevated to take advantage of the spectacular views to the sea and surrounding hillsides. The 34 free-standing suites, with their alang alang roof thatching, are fashioned as beach houses with a twist. They reflect the lines and flow of their East Bali surroundings, in particular the royal water palace just outside Amlapura, the district’s capital. All suites are connected to the reception and restaurant area by stepped walkways. Many suites feature private swimming pools. The Restaurant, located above the main pool overlooking the ocean, is open for dinner. The menu features a mix of Western and Indonesian cuisine. Adjacent to the Restaurant is Amankila’s Bar, with its views to the sea. The Terrace, set just back from the main pool is open for breakfast and lunch and serves Asian and Western cuisine. Afternoon tea is served daily in front of the Library, where local women dressed in sarongs and kebayas offer Indonesian ginger tea, Bali kopi and local Balinese cakes. The Beach Club offers a simple menu of salads, Indonesian and Western light dishes for brunch, lunch and afternoon tea.
Amanusa enjoys a commanding position on a garden hillside in southern Bali just above the Bali Golf and Country Club. Views run from the adjacent Indian Ocean shoreline to sacred Mount Agung that dominates the far horizon on a clear day. The entrance to the lobby is a colonnaded open-air hall lined with baskets of white tuberoses. Framing the foyer is a teak sculpture illustrating scenes from the Ramayana, one of the two great epic poems of India. Amanusa has 35 thatched-roof suites linked by paved walkways and set behind foliage and mossy paras stone walls for added privacy. All suites have four-poster beds and round tables for private dining, a sunken indoor bath, outdoor shower, a garden courtyard and a terrace with a spacious canopied day bed. Eight suites have private swimming pools and a spacious terrace. Amanusa has 35 thatched-roof suites linked by paved walkways and set behind foliage and mossy paras stone walls for added privacy. All suites have four-poster beds and round tables for private dining, a sunken indoor bath, outdoor shower, a garden courtyard and a terrace with a spacious canopied day bed.
Amanwana a wilderness hideaway and eco-initiative on the nature reserve of Moyo Island east of Bali, on the western edge of the Nusa Tenggara island chain. Lodging is in luxury tents, with wall dives directly offshore, jungle treks to waterfalls and limestone pools, as well as spa treatments, among the activities. The sheltered waters of the Flores Sea around Amanwana are ideal for game fishing, cruising, snorkeling and scuba diving, from beginner to advanced levels. Amanwana's dive operation and fleet of sea-going vessels opens up for its guests a unique experience of one of the world's most pristine marine environments. Amanwana is made up of 20 luxurious air-conditioned tents set under a canopy of tropical forest. Each 58-square-metre tent is partially enclosed by a solid wall. There is a soft waterproof external roof and a separate canvas interior. A coral-stone deck surrounds each tent. Inside, the air-conditioned tents feature banks of windows, Indonesian island artwork, a sitting area with facing divans, king-size bed, a writing desk and a large bathroom. There is hardwood flooring throughout. The Dining Room and Bar are located in an open-air pavilion facing the sea. Indonesian hardwood flooring and solid coconut pillars support the tropical structure.
The village of Kedewatan lies adjacent to the resort. Designed as a Balinese village, Amandari has river-stone walkways and high paras-stone walls. The open-air lobby was designed after a wantilan, a village meeting place. The pathway that runs through Amandari and down the valley to the river below is sacred land. Every six months for hundreds of years, Balinese have taken the path down to a pool of holy water. Just above this spring-fed pool sit three modest shrines and an ancient tiger carved into rock. The Restaurant, open to the breezes and crafted largely of teak wood, overlooks Amandari's swimming pool and the gorge. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and specializes in Western and local Indonesian dishes. The Bar, with its terrace seating, features a wide selection of drinks. Facilities include the Library, with a broad selection of books, newspapers, CDs and games, a fitness centre fitted with a fully equipped cardiovascular gym, a signature 32m green-tiled swimming pool, lying close to the lip of the gorge, a gift shop and gallery and Amandari’s Spa, surrounded by water and featuring two open-air massage bales, a beauty room, sauna and steam room.
The Bulgari Resort, Bali, a secluded all-villa cliffside retreat, will welcome guests in October 2006. The 59-villa resort is located on the southern tip of the Jimbaran Peninsula, close to the Temple of Uluwatu: an exclusive and intimate setting for guests seeking the ultimate in privacy and luxury. The resort reflects the traditional Balinese architecture combined with a sophisticated contemporary design, using indigenous stones, native wood finishes and refined craft-made fabrics exclusively created for the Bulgari Resort. The 59 individual villas, freestanding and private, include an open-air pavilion, terrace and private plunge pool, enjoying spectacular ocean views. The main pavilion is an antique, hand-carved joglo house from the island of Java, which was dismantled, relocated, then authentically recreated at the Bulgari Resort, Bali. The Spa offers a swimming pool, open air relaxation lounge area, yoga pavilion, rainshowers, steam rooms clad in green and gold mosaic and two private Spa Suites complete with outdoor garden. Enjoying breathtaking ocean views, a large swimming pool joins an extensive ornamental lake, where the bar, the lounge and the resorts' two restaurants are located. Characterized by an informal ambience, the all day dining restaurant combines authentic Balinese dishes , with a selection of international specialties.
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Opened January 1993. Located on a gentle slope overlooking Jimbaran Bay, the resort is comprised of 147 luxurious villas tiered on the hillside with a view of Jimbaran bay and 9 Residence villas. One side of the Resort skirts the golden sandy beach of Jimbaran Bay. The Resort is located approximately 15 minutes from the airport and 30 minutes from Benoa Harbour. Guests are greeted on arrival at the airport. There are 139 one bedroom villas, each with its own private plunge pool. The villa is over 2100 square feet; consisting of separate pavilions for living/dining, sleeping and bathing set amidst tropical gardens. A private outdoor shower comes with every villa besides an indoor shower and an oversized soaking bathtub. Also 8 two bedroom villas are available of which two are Royal Villas having an exquisite view of Jimbaran Bay. The newer residence villa section of the resort offers two, three and four bedroom private residences for the ultimate private luxury with 24hours personal butler service.
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