LOCATED on the south-eastern coast of Bali, Sanur, with its rich traditional culture and tourist attractions, is an idyllic retreat for couples and families looking to get away from the maddening crowds of touristic Bali. The area is now also home to the new Regent Bali, which opened its stunning doors to the public in June 2013.
Spread over 10 acres of tropical gardens and overlooking 200 m of sun-kissed golden beach, the resort is just 14 km from the island’s Ngurah Rai International Airport and offers guests 94 suites (78 Deluxe suites and eight Premier suites), one beachfront Regent Villa and 25 Regent Residences.
The all-suite resort is designed to offer the ultimate beachfront hotel experience with its Balinese-style décor in earthy colour palette of beige and brown tones, spacious living rooms and views over its lush landscaped gardens or the ocean.
Each suite boasts of a private 30 sq m outdoor terrace fitted with an oversized daybed. Custom-made furniture, handcrafted fixtures, individual stone and wood pieces, created by local craftsmen complete the décor of the suites.
Spa enthusiasts can take advantage of the resort’s four Deluxe Spa Suites or the four Premier Spa Suites which offer separate spa treatment rooms. Each Premier Spa Suite also offers a semi-outdoor entertainment and dining area large enough to accommodate up to eight guests.
Regent Bali’s ultra-luxurious Regent Villa is a two-bedroom beachfront villa, ideal for large families. The villa features a private pool, Jacuzzi, individual spa treatment room with steam room for two, separate dining and living areas and two luxurious bathrooms, each fitted with a spacious bathtub.
While the suites are set in the resort’s four main buildings, the residences offer two-and-three-bedroom villas, expected to open doors in the near future. When open, the residences will offer carport, private infinity swimming pool, living room, dining room, separate butlers’ entrance and quarters.
There entire resort is surrounded by tropical gardens with two restaurants, a spa, a beachside lawn ideal for sunrise yoga, a state-of-the-art gym and a sleek pool with views out to fishing boats on the Bali Sea.
The Regent Spa, spread over 810 sq m consists of five single treatment rooms and two couples treatment rooms and offer traditional Balinese massages and treatments.
In addition, the spa caters to guests’ grooming needs, with a beauty salon offering an extensive menu of manicures, pedicures, hair care services and a well-equipped fitness centre. Guests can also soak up in the resort’s 55 m infinity pool or relax in the private cabanas overlooking the sea.
For diners, there resort’s serves a variety of international and pan-Asian cuisines at the Nyala Beach Club and Grill. It’s all-day dining Layang Layang Restaurant offers some authentic Indonesian dishes while the Pool Terrace offers a selection of light, healthy meals.
Although the resort is the ultimate luxury retreat for any guest visiting Sanur, its rich Indonesian history and idyllic beaches makes it a perfect base to explore Bali. There are several tourist attractions nearby including the Gunung Kawai Hindu Temple, Batur Mount Volcano, Ubud Art Village and some of Bali’s picturesque rice terraces.
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