Bali – Home of the Most Luxurious Resorts
Bali, Indonesia is known for its luxurious resorts. Take a look yourself – Hindu temples, gigantic volcanoes , snow-white sand beaches, turning yellow when the sun rays touch them… Being mostly crowded it still won’t deprive you from enjoying sips of cocktail, as there is no shortage of decent cocktail offers on every step. The natural paradise view is accompanied with the world’s most exclusive resorts. Particularly, it refers to the best in the location – Bulgari Resort Bali.
Bulgari Resort has been notable for its eye-catching lavishness, not only around the world, but here in Bali too. The resort has been welcoming guests for about 12 years now. With a recent minor reconstruction it looks like there is no such mixture of style and elegance anywhere else on earth.
The reason is that it resembles Italian villages, with innovative conveniences – depicted on a cliff at far southern coast of Bali – Uluwatu area. 150 metres above the Indian Ocean: visitors surely won’t be bored whatever they come across inside!
The Most Expensive Resort’s Offerings
The resort’s offerings include a private beach and hallucinating infinity pool, four bars and restaurants. Also boutiques for the high class, luxury spa with a top services list and the choice of private treatment pavilions. Another offering is a gym with personal trainers, and a ‘hall’ lot of space for gatherings, why not, weddings too.
Close to the spa, guests have an access to a railway to be carried down the cliffs. It’s an exciting ride down the rails, with views along the coast – a perfect spot for taking pictures. Bulgari features Javanese mahogany furnishings, its rock-interior walls remind you of the volcano on the island. You can visit by helicopter in the evening, after a long day ,and activities – so, so much beyond!
About the Resort’s Achievements
For all the things the resort is ready to share with its temporary inhabitants, this ‘figure of the tropical exoticism of the East’ has won a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award for 2019. The every-year tradition in its 61st year-2019 as you can guess – was based on an original level of service and the quality of the accommodations and available spaces, not to forget the restaurants inside.
Bulgari’s signature Italian restaurant from Executive Chef Luca Fantin has a lot to offer to its wealthy clients. When it comes to food,it is satisfying. As you can tell, it’s a mix of Italian cuisine and creativity of people, busy in the kitchen. No wonder why an overnight stay for one person in the most luxurious resort costs from a couple to a dozen thousands of dollars.
As expressed, Bulgari Resort in Bali, Indonesia has been on the top of the list of the most luxurious resorts. It’s due to its sophisticated design of Italian and Balinese forms, created exactly for perfection seekers.