Thursday, October 1, 2009

Bvlgari Resort, Bali

The Bulgari Resort in Bali is located near the village of Pecatu and the stunning clifftop site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, on the island’s far southwestern tip. Superbly situated at more than 150 metres above the sea shore, the resort offers unrivaled views across the Indian Ocean. Nestled between the cliff and the ocean, a 1.5 kilometer long beach is accessible only through the resort’s inclined elevator.

The hotel has been constructed by using hand-cut volcanic stones, rich exotic woods and refined fabrics. Natural lava and palimanan stone are used for the garden and interior walls, refined bangkiray hardwood in the villas, natural green colored subakumi stone to clad outdoor showers, plunge and swimming pools. The furniture and accessories have been designed in Bali by a team of local artists and designers in collaboration with Bulgari and Antonio Citterio and Partners.

Each villa is decorated with Balinese antique pieces of art and features Bang and Olufsen audio and visual systems. All accommodations offer an extensive range of amenities and butler service to anticipate guest needs.

Reachable by a private access, the 1,300-sq.metre Bulgari Villa includes three bedrooms, a large living area with built-in bar, an oversized dining room, a home theatre and full service quarters with a state-of-the-art kitchen. A 20m lap pool surrounded by an extensive terrace and an outdoor meditation pavilion complete its unique layout.

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