Where old meets new

The ANVAYA Beach Re­sort Bali steps up the game a notch as it pro­vides lux­u­ri­ous ac­com­mo­da­tion that caters to all in the heart of Kuta.

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The Kuta area will al­ways be an im­por­tant core of Bali, par­tic­u­larly as the fes­tiv­ity hub of the is­land, where you can find a won­der­ful ca­coph­ony of colours, sounds and cul­tures. Even as more ar­eas de­velop rapidly, Kuta still has the cheeky charm it's known for, which makes it per­fect for a fam­ily get­away – be­cause there's al­ways some­thing that caters to the in­ter­ests of each mem­ber.

On the south­ern part of Kuta is The ANVAYA Beach Re­sort Bali, the first five-star re­sort by renowned San­tika In­done­sia Ho­tels and Re­sorts group. The mas­sive beach­front prop­erty boasts 494 op­u­lent rooms and suites, one lux­u­ri­ous villa and top-of-the-range fa­cil­i­ties and ser­vices – mak­ing it a great choice for when you're look­ing for a home away from home.

The name Anvaya de­rives from a San­skrit word mean­ing con­nec­tion, and that's what the re­sort aims to pro­vide

through the stunning prop­erty. At The ANVAYA Beach Re­sort Bali, you can find har­mony be­tween the sur­round­ing na­ture and lo­cal cul­tures, and also be­tween the an­cient tra­di­tional Bali and the mod­ern dy­nam­ics of the is­land.

One of the most no­table fea­tures of the re­sort is the din­ing sec­tion. Upon ar­riv­ing at the premises, you will find the charm­ingly ex­otic Kun­yit restau­rant up­front. In­spired by kun­yit (turmeric), a key in­gre­di­ent in In­done­sian cui­sine, the restau­rant serves a wide ar­ray of In­done­sian dishes. It also in­cor­po­rates the an­cient Bali Aga tra­di­tion of meal shar­ing.

The Sands restau­rant by the beach, on the other hand, of­fers mod­ern Ba­li­nese fare with hints of Mediter­ranean and Cal­i­for­nian flavours. With an open kitchen as the cen­tre­piece, Sands high­lights a mar­ket­place vibe, which makes it warm and wel­com­ing. Don't miss the themed nights at both res­tau­rants, like Baby­lon Night ev­ery Tues­day and Jazz Night ev­ery Satur­day at Sands. Not to men­tion Taste of Bali Night ev­ery Wed­nes­day and Cul­tural Is­land Night ev­ery Satur­day at Kun­yit. In ad­di­tion, the Lobby Lounge and Pool Bar are also avail­able for light bites and drinks to cool off the trop­i­cal heat.

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