Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu brings Bright Blu to Indonesia and Inspired Design to Bali
Only a 40-minute drive from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport lies Uluwatu – a rural jewel in Bali’s Bukit peninsula crown. On this southwestern tip of the Island, Indonesia’s first Radisson Blu resort, Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu reinterprets Balinese style for modern travellers. Set to welcome guests from January 2018, the brand’s 100 percent Satisfaction Guarantee is evident in every dimension of the resort’s unique character.
Guest accommodation comprises 111 deluxe rooms in three categories, featuring private balconies on upper floors and private sundecks on lower floors, and 14 suites with stunning rooftop terraces giving guests views of the ocean, the pool or both in full panorama.
The all day dining restaurant Artichoke provides guests with incredible selection, bursting with local and global flavours.
Radisson Blu’s signature restaurant concept Filini makes its Asia Pacific debut at the resort. This authentic Italian eatery offers Mediterranean flavours in an informal setting. Three distinctly different bars complete the F&B offerings with tapas and cocktail pairings at Lookout, poolside quenchers at Choka and cleansing juices at Lucid Liquids ensuring all tastes are catered for.
SpaESC, a pool and fitness centre ensure that wellness and fitness go hand-in-hand with relaxation. The Eureka! Kids Club keeps the youngest guests busy. Two highspec meeting rooms, two event pavilions and an outdoor garden venue are available to host weddings, meetings, events and conferences. Everything is made possible at the property by the attentive, proactive Radisson Blu Yes I Can! service ethos.
General Manager Björn-Henning Buth explains, “The incredible architecture is a true celebration of native craftsmanship. Tenganan Village is the reference for building methods and materials. The layout of guest rooms and social spaces also follows that of traditional Balinese homes, and the interior designers have taken their inspiration from the ornate patterning of Bali’s Lontar manuscripts.”