SE­MARA ULUWATU

LUX­URY VILLA RE­SORT

Five-Star Pleasure - - PUBLISHER’S NOTE -

The lux­ury of pri­vacy

and per­sonal ser­vice in a beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tion

Se­mara Lux­ury Villa Re­sort Uluwatu is lo­cated on the south­ern­most tip of Bali, perched high above the In­dian ocean on the white lime­stone cliffs of Uluwatu. Nearby is the stun­ning Pura Luhur Uluwatu tem­ple where you can watch a tra­di­tional Ba­li­nese per­for­mance, dine on the sand at the fa­mous Jim­baran Seafood Restaurants or visit the vi­brant shop­ping area of Seminyak, which can be reached in just 45 min­utes by car.

AC­CO­MO­DA­TION: Se­mara Lux­ury Villa Re­sort is a com­bi­na­tion of seven in­di­vid­u­ally ar­chi­tect-de­signed vil­las in one es­tate. The es­tate of­fers pri­vate villa liv­ing, com­plete with a per­sonal ded­i­cated but­ler. Guests can cel­e­brate in the knowl­edge they re­ceive the lux­ury of pri­vacy and per­sonal ser­vice in a beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tion. There are swim­ming pools at each villa and one near the Clifftop Restau­rant where guests can re­lax, en­joy a cock­tail as they cool off -and the ul­ti­mate in­dul­gence – Finn’s Pri­vate Beach Club.

Each villa is unique with its own de­sign and ar­chi­tec­tural style. Ev­ery villa has five bed­rooms, each bed­room with huge en-suite bath­room, some with in­door and out­door bathing choices, pri­vate bale, or in some cases plunge pool. In ad­di­tion each villa has an ex­ten­sive land­scaped gar­den, large main swim­ming pool and liv­ing ar­eas all set to take ad­van­tage of the amaz­ing cliff-edge view along the coast­line. The lo­ca­tion is sim­ply amaz­ing. All the vil­las, and in fact the whole com­plex, en­joy breath­tak­ing cliff-top views over the In­dian Ocean.

DIN­ING: Could there be any bet­ter way to take ad­van­tage of the tran­quil­l­lity of the lo­ca­tion than to sub­merge yourself into a com­fort­able arm­chair and sip the drink of your choice while watch­ing the ocean from the cliff edge?

Se­la­tan Restau­rant of­fers a so­phis­ti­cated set­ting in which to en­joy exquisitely pre­pared dishes com­pli­mented by fine wines to sat­isfy the most dis­cern­ing palates. Of­fer­ing the choice of aircon­di­tioned din­ing com­fort, at pool­side or on the ocean­front lawn, Se­la­tan’s el­e­gant menu is avail­able for lunch and din­ner. Whether it be a clas­sic Mar­tini or an is­land-in­spired cock­tail, the friendly bar staff can cre­ate the per­fect con­coc­tion to sat­isfy your crav­ings.

For the ul­ti­mate villa ex­pe­ri­ence guests are rec­om­mended to en­joy din­ing pri­vately with a menu pre­pared by their own per­sonal chef. For those rent­ing an en­tire villa, this can be done for break­fast, lunch or din­ner. A five-bed­room villa has a chef in­cluded for eight con­sec­u­tive hours daily.

Finn’s Beach Club of­fers a more ca­sual menu per­fect for sat­is­fy­ing your ap­petite dur­ing a day at the beach. Wood fired pizza, seafood and clas­sic Ba­li­nese and In­done­sian dishes are some of the favourites.

AC­TIV­I­TIES: For those who can­not re­sist the urge to ex­er­cise there is a 28-me­tre lap pool, a pro­fes­sional golf putting green and a state-of-theart gym over­look­ing the In­dian ocean.

Have a friendly game with the whole fam­ily on one of two flood­lit ten­nis courts (grass & hard). Guests en­joy free en­try to Finns Beach Club where there is an un­der­wa­ter world to dis­cover within easy ac­cess. En­joy snorkelling on the reef, ex­plor­ing se­cluded beaches or sim­ply tak­ing out the kayaks for some wa­ter ac­tion – . Then in­dulge in a Se­mara Spa treat­ment ei­ther in a pri­vate tree­top beach bale an air con­di­tioned ther­apy room or in the pri­vacy of your own villa. The spa ther­a­pies at Se­mara Lux­ury Villa Re­sort Uluwatu have been cre­ated specif­i­cally to re­ju­ve­nate and re­store har­mony within mind, body and spirit.

Jl. Pan­tai Se­la­tan Gau Ban­jar Wi­jaya Kusuma Un­gasan, Bali - In­done­sia Phone. +62 361 848 2111

Fax. +62 361 848 2308 Email: info.uluwatu@se­mararesorts.com

www.se­ma­rauluwatu.com

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