Located near Uluwatu, on the southern tip of the Jimbaran Peninsula, the Bulgari
Resort is uniquely set on a secluded plateau dropping straight to the Indian Ocean.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar) is a 30-minute drive from the resort.
59 villas including three 2-bedroom villas and one Bulgari villa. All accommodations
feature a plunge pool and magnificent, unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean.
A 1.5 kilometre private beach is accessible via an inclinator.
• Large terrazzo bathrooms • Bang and Olufsen surround sound system • Bulgari
bathroom amenities • Organic Soaps • Beach bag, hat, sandals and journal • Walk-in
wardrobes • Private room safes • In room entertainment with the latest movie releases
• High speed wireless internet connectivity in all villas
RESORT SERVICES FACILITIES:
• Island-wide private transport upon request • Resort leisure concierge• Executive
business services and a boardroom • Babysitting • Daily newspapers • Bulgari
Boutique • Gift Shop • Gymnasium • Steam • Spa • Resort temple • Florist • Swimming
Pool • Private Beach Club accessible via a special elevated system
Personalising every stay, the Bulgari Resort, Bali introduces the leisure concierge to
assist guests in planning their dream getaway. From holistic activities to local market
tours, and day trips to neighbouring islands to volcano visits by helicopter, the leisure
concierge ensures a smooth transition from one activity to another.
Staying true to Balinese culture, the Bulgari Resort sets up a village style structure
to ensure the most memorable experiences are realised through “invisible service.”
Banjar Butlers or
The resort’s antique collection is native Indonesian. Spanning from the Stone Age
to the present, the collection includes artefacts, specifically selected for their vibrant
primitive energy and former practical use. They are found in the villas, gardens and
Songkets – uniquely crafted bedspreads decorate each villa. Hand-woven silk textiles
called Songkets are made by weaving gold and silver threads into intricate patterns
creating cloths intended for grand gestures such as public theatrical performances
and ceremonial displays of status and wealth.
Batiks - seen as part of the staffs uniforms, Batiks used at the resort use Megamandung
prints from Cirebon in Java. Directly translated as “stormy clouds”, Megamendung is a
pattern influenced by Chinese artistry brought by traders to the northern coastal town
during the 14th century. Transported to Bali by descendants of Javanese artisans
during the glory days of the Majapahit Empire, the designs blend with the sleek
aesthetics of the resort.
• Il Ristorante - The hotel’s signature restaurant is set overlooking a reflection pool
amidst the cliffs of Uluwatu. The 36-seat restaurant features creative interpretations of
classic Italian cuisine, perfectly blending the finest imported Italian produce with locally (Balinese) grown organic ingredients. Il Ristorante also offers a superb collection of Barolos along with some of Italy’s finest vintages.
• Sangkar – meaning “Birdcage” in Indonesian offers innovative culinary creations combining elements of Bali and modern presentations that reflects Asian artistry.