CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Checkmate on the deck of Capella Ubud's Keliki Valley tent; spicy grilled clams at Ijen, the new restaurant at Potato Head Bali; Como Uma Canggu has its own beach club; Six Senses Uluwatu is a clifftop sanctuary; elegant interiors at
Its zero-waste ethos is reason to come here in itself—banana leaves replace plastic, glasses are made from used beer bottles, and the kitchen cooks with wood fire—but the Indosourced, sustainable menu is the real draw, with a kitchen headed up by Nusa Penida– born chef Kresna Yasa. Try Bedugul tamarillo and smoked mackerel; wood-fired cauliflower with kluwak-nut tahini; and red dragonfruit sorbet for a refreshing dessert. The surf views from famed Potato Head beach club are a bonus. ptthead.com; mains from Rp250,000.
Brought to you by De La House, the same crew behind sophisticated spaces like Leon, Twenty Fifth and Parc 19, Roosevelt is a refined steakhouse, marrying woodfired meats with craft cocktails atop the new eightfloor Goodrich Suites in South Jakarta. Steaks come dryaged from Australia and Japan; there's a refreshing starter menu—“seacuterie” includes miso-cured salmon, Provençal hamachi and yuzu tuna; plus smart cocktails to boot. rooseveltjakarta.com; mains from Rp120,000. Set within a jungle-clad valley, this Bill Bensley–designed tented camp stands out from the crowd in luxury-laced Bali with its über-glam canvas “tents,” fitted with Balinese hand-carved wooden doors and private saltwater pools. The 23 sumptuous retreats are each inspired by early European settlers from the 1800s, individually styled to represent, say, a Naturalist's or a Cartographer's tent, or one in tune with the on-site temple. capellahotels.com; doubles from Rp11,732,000.
The opening of this supersleek resort means the black volcanic sands of southwest Bali are now home to more than mere surfer digs: the jet set have arrived. The upscalefactor is amped with the resort's 119 stylish rooms designed by Japanese-born Koichiro Ikebuchi. Learn to surf at one of the nearby breaks, have recovery drinks at the Como Beach Club, or detoxify at the on-site Como Shambhala Spa. comohotels.com; doubles from Rp3,040,127.
Hugging the soaring limestone cliffs of southern Uluwatu, this new wellness-focused resort delivers on scenic drama as well as the brand's signature barefoot-style luxury. Home to a Six Senses Spa, as well as high-end dining options all coming with a side of Indian Ocean views, you could settle in here happily for days. sixsenses.com; doubles from Rp6,000,000.
This 60-room South Jakarta hotel is a refreshing dose of quirky contemporary. Set in buzzing Kemang, the feel-good boutique reimagines and updates Indonesian style for 2018; it's less about batik and Rijsttafel, more about rattan and smoothie bowls. The 68 rooms have a funky, new-retro design—we love the palm tree–stamped bed heads. Skip Jakarta's infamous traffic by hanging out at the rooftop pool by day, or in the basement club by night. hotelmonopolijakarta.com; doubles from Rp720,000.