Anantara Uluwatu Bali completes renovation

Following an extensive face lift, all its 40 suites are now open

Refurbishment, Anantara Uluwatu Bali, Bali

Anantara Uluwatu Bali has revealed its 72 refurbished luxury suites, private pool villas and penthouses.

Following an extensive face lift, all its 40 suites — ocean view suites, ocean view pool suites and garden view pool suites — are now open.

The rooms now have new reading lights, bedside lamps, carpets, writing desk, sofa, built-in USB port and new cupboards.

Swimming pool partitions have also been added for privacy at the garden and ocean view pool suites.

The ocean view suites offer plenty of indoor space to laze about as well as a private jacuzzi with panoramic views of the impossible surf break below.

Two- and-three-bedroom villas at Anantara Uluwatu feature a private pool and sundeck, and mature garden. The new two-bedroom Dewata Penthouse Dewata is located on one corner of the main building offering 180-degree views.

Complementing the resort’s existing spa, the new Anantara Spa extension offers an all-natural, captivating spa experience. Treatments at the Anantara Spa take guests on a journey of discovery, offering a tranquil sanctuary for relaxing and invigorating beauty and wellness experiences.

The new spa garden pavilion comes with seven treatment rooms including a treatment suite, two double and four single treatment rooms, manicure and pedicure room, hair salon, swimming pools, as well as steam and sauna rooms.

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