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One definitely feels like royalty at Bali's new luxury resort by Jumeirah Group.

Anyone wanting to step back in time to the 14th century - but in a new modern way - should put this new luxury hotel on the island of the Gods on their next travel list.

Dubai-based Jumeirah Group, the same international chain that's behind Dubai's ultra-luxurious Burj al- Arab, has created a real masterpiece here, building a 5-star luxury hotel consisting entirely of villas with private pools.

Designed in the style of a Hindu-Javanese water palace with sculpted stone walls inspired by the ruins of the Majapahit kingdom, the resort combines local building materials and classic-contemporary style to dramatic effect.

Designers also drew inspiration from Geoffrey Bawa's tropical modernism, creating a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor spaces.

A combination of Arabic and Balinese hospitality awaits guests at Jumeirah Bali, perched on the limestone cliffs just above Dreamland Beach in the Uluwatu area of the island's Bukit Peninsula.Barely 50 minutes from the international airport, stepping into the huge open lobby makes you fee like royalty. The saying "the guest is king" is literally lived here. A butler accompanies you to the booked villa, which exceeds all wishes. Great value was placed on high-quality materials and the latest technology. Jumeirah Bali features 123 lavish villas in one- and two-bedroom configurations, as well as a four- bedroom Royal Water Palace. Each villa offers a minimum of 201 square meters of space and features a private pool and an open plan living area.Some overlook the Indian Ocean or the tropical garden.

The resort's two restaurants and bars are overseen by Executive Chef Vincent Leroux, each offering uninterrupted sea views with beautiful sunsets. Sagaran Restaurant specializes in Southeast Asian cuisine prepared with organic and sustainably grown ingredients.

The cliffside restaurant, Akasa, offers flame grilled dishes with an Asian touch and breathtaking panoramic views. Perfect for romantic evenings.

We were particularly fascinated by the Talise Spa. Don't miss out on this spa experience. The Turkish Hammam left us speechless and the treatment was just like floating on a cloud.

In addition to a hammam treatment, facial treatments and traditional Balinese massages are offered here. Those wanting to relax even more can do so with a meditation or yoga class led by a resident master yogi.

You can work out in the spacious fitness center, which holds state-of-the-art equipment.

Younger guests will not be bored at this luxury resort either, they are more than welcome to come to the Peafowl Pavilion Kids Club, where a variety of supervised kids' activities are offered daily.

There are also two infinity pools with a pool lounge on the spacious grounds of the hotel, where cool drinks are served throughout the day.

With this elegant resort, Jumeirah has definitely created a piece of heaven on the island of Bali. Your stay here will be unforgettable.


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