The Un­gasan Clifftop Re­sort

The stun­ning location of this exclusive villa re­sort serves as a fit­ting back­drop to the mag­nif­i­cence of the villas and fa­cil­i­ties. Em­body­ing the prin­ci­ple of ser­vice from the heart to cre­ate mag­i­cal ex­pe­ri­ences, fam­ily hol­i­days here will re­main with you

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The Un­gasan Clifftop Re­sort is a fab­u­lous des­ti­na­tion for large fam­i­lies, trav­el­ling with chil­dren or with­out, ex­tended global fam­i­lies and groups of friends. With five of the seven villas able to ac­com­mo­date up to 15 peo­ple, your only is­sue is choos­ing which one you like the best.

These lux­ury villas were ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed to re­flect the in­di­vid­ual tastes and de­mands of the peo­ple who had them built as their own homes to pam­per their own fam­i­lies, mak­ing them so much more than just a place to sleep. Thought­ful touches abound, from the gen­tle breeze of the air flow that keeps you cool, to the re­lax­ation pavil­ions in the gar­dens, per­fect for a pri­vate mas­sage, spend­ing quiet time read­ing or to sit and chat with fam­ily. Each villa oc­cu­pies a 2,500sq.m. plot of land and has in­cred­i­ble vis­tas across the ocean from its 30m frontage atop the lime­stone cliff, as well as lushly man­i­cured trop­i­cal gar­dens that abound with scented frangi­pani and colourful bougainvil­lea. With de­light­ful in­te­rior de­sign as well, there is a feast for your eyes ev­ery­where you turn.

All of these lux­ury villas have dif­fer­ent con­fig­u­ra­tions of liv­ing and sleep­ing space within them – some have five in­di­vid­ual one-bed­room villa suites, each with its own deck, within their grounds, while oth­ers have ei­ther twin one-bed­room suites con­nected by ad­join­ing decks, or pairs of in­ter­con­nect­ing suites and a sep­a­rate master suite. Whether you have tod­dlers, teens or an adult fam­ily com­ing to­gether from across the globe for a hol­i­day re­union, at least one of these ex­pan­sive nir­vanas will suit your needs.

The Un­gasan Clifftop Re­sort has more than beau­ti­ful, spa­cious grounds and deca­dent liv­ing spa­ces to of­fer. There is plenty of room for ev­ery­one in each villa com­plex to find their own space and all of the villas have at least one pool per­fect for splash­ing around or gaz­ing out at the breath­tak­ing views, large lounge and din­ing ar­eas, en­ter­tain­ment ar­eas, home the­atres and kitchens, as well as 24-hour room ser­vice and in-villa Wi-fi.

A per­sonal but­ler ser­vice is avail­able through­out the day, nan­nies are avail­able for four hours a day and each villa has a per­sonal chef avail­able eight hours a day to reign over your kitchen, so top­notch eat­ing for ev­ery­one from ba­bies to

grand­par­ents is eas­ily ac­com­mo­dated while you make the most of fam­ily time. The kitchens at The Un­gasan are co­headed by Chef Ryan Ko­vac, from the renowned Biota restau­rant in Aus­tralia, and the re­sort's own Chef Marthada, who to­gether lead the team that turns out mas­ter­pieces that draw ex­ten­sively on the riches of Bali's own ex­cel­lent pro­duce and can cater to any needs. This ex­cit­ing col­lab­o­ra­tion is also be­hind the fab­u­lous new in-villa menus and their lus­cious, cre­ative dishes.

Within the re­sort grounds, there are ten­nis courts, a gym, a spa of­fer­ing treat­ment rooms and spa ser­vices in your villa, a com­mu­nal pool and din­ing area on the Se­la­tan lawn, and if all this ded­i­cated, per­sonal ser­vice still leaves you want­ing more, guests have ac­cess to a car and driver for eight hours a day so they can ex­plore be­yond the re­sort.

All guests of The Un­gasan also have VIP ac­cess to the renowned Sun­days Beach Club, which is just at the bot­tom of the cliff – a short trip down some stairs and an in­cli­na­tor – which is the per­fect location for wa­ter sports, sun­set bon­fires and laz­ing on the soft white sands.


Jalan Pan­tai Se­la­tan Gau,

Ban­jar Wi­jaya Kusuma, Un­gasan, Bali 80362, In­done­sia

T: (+62) 811 942 1110 E: reser­va­tions@the­un­

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