The iconic hotel made its grand return to the Island of the Gods promising a fresh breath of exclusivity, hospitality and locally inspired gastronomy.
Set amidst the dramatic cliffs and pristine beaches of Sawangan, Nusa Dua, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali is a majestic sight to behold. The resort is spread out over 12.7 hectares of beautifully manicured beachfront and cliff-top land, giving guests a new way to experience Bali. The Ritz-Carlton, Bali boasts 313 guestrooms with private patio, spacious bedroom and en-suite marble bathroom, and a large living space overlooking tropical gardens, a perfect choice for those seeking a private paradise. Taking advantage of the climatic setting, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali also offers 34 splendid clifftop and ocean-view villas, each featuring large
bedrooms, stylish Balinese bale, swimming pool with outdoor shower and direct access to the white-sand beach with a view of the Indian Ocean. It is impossible not to find perfect balance at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali. With the luxury resort’s commitment to authentic, harmonious experiences and indigenous design elements, guests will enjoy a sense of harmony in the design and architecture. The central theme of the property is Tree of Life, known to locals as Kalpataru, derived from Sanskrit and representing strength, wisdom and beauty. This theme is prevalent throughout the resort and its grounds, providing the fullest appreciation for
the beauty of life. The décor utilizes Anyaman style, coupled with design influences from local craftsmen and the surrounding landscape, creating an extravagant atmosphere that is as elegant as it is rustic. Bali has long been a centre of international cuisine, but The Ritz-Carlton’s signature restaurant offers something different. Bejana, in Indonesian a traditional culinary vessel, offers a unique mix of five-star flair and a wide range of Indonesian dishes. With its cliff-top location, Bejana features indoor and outdoor seating on three levels. The upper level houses the Culinary Cave, featuring an open kitchen with three stateof-the-artcookingstationsforcookingclassesand demonstrations. Go down a level and guests will find a private dining room for 12 in the middle of the restaurant, as well as several romantic spots designed for couples and complemented by a small garden and bar. The last level is an open-air wooden deck, where guests will find a cosy lounge and casual outdoor seating. The intricate Balinese design is heavily influenced by traditional elements and exudes an enchanting atmosphere like no other. Staying true to its name, Bejana provides guests mouth-watering dishes from different regions of Bali and Indonesia, such as Soto Pesmol, a spiced coconut and seafood soup originally from Jakarta, and Bebek Betutu, a Balinese roast duck in banana leaf. Bejana’s talented mixologists have re-crafted some of Indonesia’s traditional beverages into delicious libations for guests to enjoy. Bajigur, the aromatic warm beverage from West Java, is made up of creamy coconut milk, sweet brown sugar, ginger with hints of pandan leaf and lemongrass, with a twist of Myers’s Rum and Malibu. The Culinary Cave led by Chef Made Suriana is a unique farm-to-table experience. The adventure begins in the morning with a visit to the nearby traditional markets, where guests will join Chef Made as he picks out the freshest local ingredients. With their ingredients in hand, guests return to the resort to experiment with the herbs and spices from the chef's garden before returning to Bejana, where they will learn how to prepare traditional meals. The Culinary Cave concludes with a sumptuous lunch allowing guests to sample the dishes they created with a smile on their faces. Impeccably designed to meet your every need, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali’s stunning oceanfront wedding chapel makes the property an ideal venue for beautiful island weddings. And for those travelling for business, the resort’s modern meeting facilities can accommodate up to 200 people seated, making this the perfect venue for an endless variety of corporate and private events.