The Royals Ex­pe­ri­ence

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Rumah Luwih – a newly launched lux­ury re­sort set amidst the tran­quil land­scape of Pan­tai Le­bih in Gian­yar, de­riv­ing its name from a San­skrit word: “Luwih” which trans­lates as “more”. More than a house, Rumah Luwih is a home.

ith its majestic land­scape and the en­chant­ing smiles of its peo­ple, Bali has long drawn the at­ten­tion of peo­ple from all over the world. The is­land is a melt­ing pot of many races and cul­tures. Through the early in­flux of Chi­nese traders in the 7th cen­tury to the 16th cen­tury Dutch colo­nial era, each in­flu­ence has left its mark on ev­ery as­pect of Ba­li­nese cul­ture, in­clud­ing in its ar­chi­tec­tural land­scape. This beau­ti­ful cul­tural mix is re­vived in the stun­ning ar­chi­tec­ture of Rumah Luwih. De­signed by distin­guished In­done­sian ar­chi­tect, Hadiprana, the de­sign of Rumah Luwih takes its in­spi­ra­tion from the ex­quis­ite Ujung Wa­ter Palace in Karangasem. A home for the royals, this wa­ter palace is renowned for its grand ar­chi­tec­ture that won­der­fully blends the beauty of Dutch colo­nial style with the in­tri­cate details of Chi­nese and Ba­li­nese cul­tures. Such grandios­ity pro­vides the base for Rumah Luwih’s ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign. The re­sort, which oc­cu­pies two hectares of lush green­ery, is the set­ting for this lav­ish pri­vate res­i­dence where all guests are treated as royals in their very own trop­i­cal sanc­tu­ary. At Rumah Luwih, guests are wel­comed as close fam­ily and treated with five-star hospi­tal­ity from the well-trained staff. Lo­cated in the lush and un­spoiled East coast of Bali, the re­sort en­joys un­par­al­leled scenic beauty on one of Bali’s best beaches. From the mo­ment guests step into the lobby, they are in­ti­mately en­gulfed by an un­pre­ten­tious, wel­com­ing am­biance. Af­ter be­ing greeted by warm smiles, guests are ush­ered by the staff into a spa­cious lobby, which leads to an open view of Rumah Luwih’s Ocean Chapelset amidst the back­drop of the vast In­dian Ocean and Nusa Penida Is­land on the horizon. Rumah Luwih’s Ocean Chapel has be­come the re­sort’s pri­mary land­mark and is renowned as the set­ting of in­ti­mate mat­ri­mony ac­com­mo­dat­ing up to 50 peo­ple. Em­u­lat­ing the lives of the Karangasem royals, the re­sort it­self hosts 75 lux­u­ri­ous rooms in­clud­ing three one–of-a-kind suites. To en­sure ul­ti­mate in­dul­gence and pri­vacy, each room is de­signed to be ex­pan­sive, rang­ing from 40 to 200 square me­ters. Pra­bang­gana Rooms of­fer 40 square me­ters of lux­ury with splen­did views of the In­dian Ocean or lush gar­dens. Ar­nawakanta Rooms of­fer a grandiose 50 square me­ters of space to en­joy all of the lux­u­ri­ous in-room ameni­ties in­clud­ing a bath­tub for in­dul­gent soak­ing. For fam­i­lies or larger groups, Se­gara, Giri and Aruna Suites pro­vide a grace­ful set­ting and to­tal pri­vacy with 100 to 200 square me­ters of in­door liv­ing space, as well as spa­cious pri­vate bal­conies over­look­ing the ocean. The suites of­fer guests the ex­pe­ri­ence of liv­ing like a noble with their ca­pa­cious bed­rooms along with sep­a­rate, com­fort­able sit­ting area, din­ing room, and liv­ing room. For meals and re­fresh­ments, the main din­ing room, An­draw­ina pro­vides a royal din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in a gor­geous colo­nial set­ting. Break­fast, lunch and din­ner can be en­joyed in this lux­u­ri­ous din­ing room or in its laid-back seat­ing by the pool where guests en­joy their meals ac­com­pa­nied by the serene ocean breeze. For mid­day re­fresh­ment, pre-din­ner or a ca­sual gath­er­ing, the liv­ing room with its French doors and sweep­ing views of the es­tate is a per­fect set­ting to sim­ply hang out with others or read a fa­vorite book. For an evening drink, guests are in­vited to ven­ture through the well-man­i­cured lawn of Luwih gar­den, onto the lo­tus pond with its friendly geese and en­joy an ex­trav­a­gant se­lec­tion of cock­tails and drinks at the Beach Pav­il­ion by the Ocean­side. A wed­ding at Rumah Luwih is truly a cel­e­bra­tion as well as a lux­u­ri­ous ro­man­tic get­away. Ev­ery mo­ment spent will be a cher­ished me­mory. Rumah Luwih’s ex­cep­tional ar­chi­tec­ture with the majestic ocean as the back­ground is com­bined with a highly ded­i­cated staff who en­sure your wed­ding will be ex­e­cuted flaw­lessly. In an artis­tic wed­ding chapel at the edge of the prop­erty, your vows will also be framed by the sur­round­ing moun­tains of Bali. Rumah Luwih is a place that se­duces your guests with an un­fold­ing kalei­do­scope of dis­cov­er­ies; it is an es­cape from the met­ro­pol­i­tan stress and is the per­fect hide­away to discover mo­ments of seren­ity. For a mem­o­rable wed­ding re­cep­tion, Rumah Luwih can ac­com­mo­date up to 850 per­sons. En­joy your spe­cial day cel­e­bra­tion at the re­sort’s el­e­gant ball­rooms or in the gar­den area where the sweep­ing nat­u­ral vis­tas cre­ate the per­fect back­drop for your wed­ding cer­e­mony. Guests can en­joy the sooth­ing breeze from the ocean, the green sur­round­ings and the beau­ti­ful lo­tus themed swim­ming pool. You can even rent the whole re­sort for your pri­vate func­tion. With its tran­quil gar­den, lav­ish ac­com­mo­da­tions and an un­ri­valed panorama of the calm In­dian Ocean, a stay at Rumah Luwih is in­deed a hol­i­day made for the royals. Rumah Luwih is con­ve­niently lo­cated only 5 min­utes drive from Bali Sa­fari & Marine Park, 25 min­utes from Sa­nur and just 30 min­utes to the his­tor­i­cal and cul­tural cen­ter Ubud. Rumah Luwih Jl. Prof. Ida. Ba­gus Mantra Km 19.9 Pan­tai Le­bih, Gian­yar Bali – In­done­sia Phone. +62 361 200 5899

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