The Ritz-Carlton, Bali officially opens

The Ritz-Carlton, Bali officially opened. Located in Sawangan, Nusa Dua, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali is set on 31.3 acres of beach-front and cliff-top land. The hotel has 313 guestrooms, including 34 cliff top and ocean view villas. 

A key aspect of the hotel is the 180-degree unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean, with a 230-foot-high glass elevator providing guests with access to the beach, ensuring views of the landscape and scenery.

Embracing local symbolism, a central theme to the property is the “Tree of Life,” known to locals as “Kalpataru,” which represents strength, wisdom and beauty. Decor is “Anyaman” style, coupled with design influences from local craftsmen and the surrounding landscape.


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The Ritz-Carlton, Bali has six restaurants and lounges. Bejana, the property’s soon-to-open Indonesian restaurant, will offer the Culinary Cave, which will offer programs tailored to suit groups and individuals. The Beach Grill, set along the shore, offers seafood and grill specialties with views of the Indian Ocean. Other dining venues include Raku, a Japanese Lounge & Bar, The Ritz-Carlton Lounge & Bar, all-day dining restaurant Senses and Breezes Tapas Lounge.

Also available is Ritz Kids, housed in a dedicated building to offer children play and study spaces, as well as a private pool.  Meanwhile, The Ritz-Carlton Club Level includes a private pool and sun deck exclusively for club guests, while The Ritz-Carlton Spa, opening soon, will offer Balinese treatments. The spa will consist of 14 treatment rooms incorporating indoor and outdoor spaces.

An oceanfront wedding chapel is available, as well as meeting facilities for up to 200 guests.


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