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Each villa is specifically designed and constructed to follow an environmentally sustainable framework, with its own pool and private cabana overlooking the Indian Ocean. The 67 villas showcase contemporary interiors enhanced with touches of nature and traditional Balinese accents, reflected in wood, water, stone, and rattan planes. Walkways and bridges connect the relaxation pavilions and pools to the spacious living areas. The open-plan design, unique flat lava rocks roof, and bamboo ceiling allow the gentle sea breeze to circulate throughout all rooms of the villas. Resort’s walls are made from batu palimanan from Jogjakarta, Indonesia. Bamboo ceilings and rattan interior are locally sourced and crafted in Bali. Wood materials are recycled from railway sleepers and telephone poles.
Quila - The newly unveiled Quila dining room at Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali, offers an exclusive journey of gastronomy where every bite is exquisite and loaded with multi-sensory surprise. Each plate is perfectly sized to deliver a powerful flavor punch, a witty bite, or a provocative shot of surprise.
Cire - Experience a tantalizing menu of gourmet comfort food created with the best fresh seasonal and organic produce available, sourced as locally as possible. CIRE’s wide variety of dishes, many of them familiar favorites, ranging from classic Asian specialties and sharing-style plates to international dishes that bring you the best from around the globe.
The Warung - The Warung presents wholesome traditional Indonesian and Balinese fare. Indoor and outdoor dining is provided in this welcoming yet sophisticated space. The friendly and convivial atmosphere enables diners to have a casual, laidback experience, whether they choose to interact with other guests at the communal tables or opt for the more private tables for two dotted around the outlet.
Sunset Cabana Bar - Cosy up in the Sunset Cabana Bar for an evening of sublime artisanal cocktails, perched over the cliff edge with unparalleled ocean views, the sound of waves crashing below, and a stunning Uluwatu sunset to relax to. Dramatic and seductive. A bar-like nowhere else.
Spa Alila - Choose from an extensive spa treatment the menu that combines both Asian and Western therapy techniques and showcases Spa Alila’s special selection of natural active ingredients which are uniquely designed to regenerate and rejuvenate.
Alila Villas Uluwatu follows a dedicated environmental and social sustainability policy that cultivates eco-friendly concepts through environmentally sustainable design principles. Alila Villas Uluwatu’s landscaping and architectural forms were derived from the local Bali savannah-like environment without intruding on the wild and seasonal surroundings.
Water conservation - Installation of the soakaway rainwater tanks, recyclable greywater system directs used water through reverse osmosis tanks to be re-used throughout the property. Plants mostly used in the surrounding landscape require minimum irrigation, thus reducing water wastage. Energy consumption is kept to a minimum - Using recycled materials such as wood from railway sleepers and telephone poles and unique design of each villa using the lava rocks roof, bamboo ceiling, and windows placement encourage air-flow and minimizes the use of lights and air conditioning.
Locally sourced all building materials - Local bamboo used for the ceilings, limestones from the site, and hand-cut for the garden walls. Locally sourced lava rocks are used for the roofs of each villa. Natural environment - Local plants from the Uluwatu Bali savannah ecosystem on the Bukit are raised in a nursery on-site to encourage local bird and animal life. Integrated architectural design: Alila Villas Uluwatu’s landscaping and architectural forms were derived from the local Bali savannah-like environment without intruding on the wild and seasonal surroundings. Using the idea of Bali’s rocky terrace fields and lush gulley, the architects have created the architecture of terraced planes, which protect cool gardens.
From pristine white sandy beaches to the majestic Uluwatu Temple perched at the tip of a cliff above the Indian Ocean, this destination offers something for every taste and interest. Here are some highlights... Pura Luhur Uluwatu Pura Luhur Uluwatu (Uluwatu Temple) is Bali's most spectacular temple, located high on a clifftop 250 feet above the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean. The pilgrimage of high priest Dang Hyang Nirartha came to an end as he shed his natural human form and achieved a conscious death nearest to the home of the God Baruna, Guardian of the Southern Seas.
The front nine runs inland away from the ocean through a beautiful hilly, undulating terrain, presenting golfers with a completely different experience from the back nine, which brings into play memorable ocean holes and the wind playing a distinctive role. Bali National Golf Club - Designed by Nelson Wright, the 18-hole course has a championship rating of 73.2; a tournament rating of 71.7; a resort rating of 70.4; and a ladies rating of 70.1. Nick Faldo holds the course record – a marvelous 63 shot at the Alfred Dunhill Masters in November 1994. Bali Collection Nusa Dua Bali Collection is Bali's entertainment destinations, featuring favorite boutiques and restaurants, free live music in the park, and traditional dances. Beaches in Uluwatu Uluwatu is a very well-known destination among surfing enthusiasts. Explore white-sand beaches that many consider the best in Bali: Balangan beach, Dreamland beach, Padang Padang beach, Suluban Beach, and Nyang Nyang beach are all only 10 - 15 minutes away.
Alila Villas Uluwatu, is nothing less than picture-perfect, located on an elevated plateau along the southern coastline of Bali on the Bukit Peninsula.
Each individual villa, has been sustainably designed with its own pool and private cabana overlooking the Indian Ocean.
From pristine white sandy beaches to the majestic Uluwatu Temple, this destination offers something for every taste and interest.
These Bali villas with private pool and ocean view cabana are specifically designed to follow an environmentally sustainable framework. The contempora...
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