The La­guna Re­sort and Spa

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THE BVL­GARI RE­SORT is lo­cated near the vil­lage of Pe­catu and the stun­ning clifftop site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Tem­ple, on the is­land’s far south western tip. Uniquely po­si­tioned at more than 150 me­tres above the sea shore, the re­sort of­fers un­ri­valled views across the In­dian Ocean. Nes­tled be­tween the cliff and the ocean, a 1.5-kilo­me­tre-long beach is ac­ces­si­ble only through the re­sort’s in­clined el­e­va­tor.

De­signed by ar­chi­tects An­to­nio Cit­te­rio Pa­tri­cia Viel and Part­ners, the re­sort is com­prised of 59 ocean- view vil­las, in­clud­ing 3 two-bed­room vil­las and the 1,300-sq me­tre Bul­gari Villa. Around ev­ery gue­stroom, there is a pri­vate gar­den, a pool, an open-air liv­ing room, and an ap­prox­i­mately 300-sq me­tre area

over­look­ing the thatched roofs and the In­dian Ocean. The 3 two-bed­room vil­las fea­ture a large pool in the gar­den as well as a sep­a­rate kitchen and stu­dio.

An in­clined el­e­va­tor takes guests to the beach where the Beach Club wel­comes them with its scat­tered deckchairs and a drink in the shadow. On top of the Sangkar restau­rant on the cliff, char­ac­terised by an almost 10-me­tre-high ceil­ing with bam­boo cages as lamps, the re­sort in­cludes Il Ris­torante serv­ing a con­tem­po­rary in­ter­pre­ta­tion of Ital­ian cui­sine.

The Spa, at the heart of the re­sort, is built at the brim of cliff placed at the foot of a nar­row and ver­dant val­ley. The Spa In­cludes a yoga pavil­ion, ad­di­tional small pavil­ions open to the sea, a float­ing wooden bridge stretch­ing over a pond with for re­lax­ation.

The Bul­gari Bou­tique, which rep­re­sents the first and sole Bul­gari store in Bali, of­fers the unique op­por­tu­nity for clients to browse at leisure and en­joy Bul­gari watches, jew­ellery, ac­ces­sories and fra­grant col­lec­tion as well as Bali col­lec­tion of silk shirts, swimming suits, hats and wind­break­ers ex­clu­sively sold at this lo­ca­tion.

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