The Ritz Carlton, Bali
Luxurious yet relaxing, this outstanding resort on Bali’s south coast is an unforgettable destination all of its own.
With its views of the ocean, chic, modern design and spacious layout, guests feel at peace from the moment they arrive. The white sandy beach – which is reached via a glass elevator - provides a tranquil spot to soak up the rays or try your hand at surfing, while the lush gardens filled with Balinese flowers are perfect for an afternoon stroll in the shade.
Here you’ll find a variety of accommodation options, so there’s something to suit every guest. Choose from either a Sawangan or Ritz-Carlton suite, with the option for direct access to the pool. Solo travellers, couples and families will find a range of choice, and can opt for either a one, two or three-bedroom villa; most offer a private pool, and the Pavilion Villa has access to the main pool from a private terrace.
The dining experience at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali is a very special one indeed, with flavours from around the world as well as home-grown favourites from the island. Sushi-fans will love the Japanese fare at Raku, or experience the showmanship of the chefs at the Culinary Centre at Bejana with its open kitchen.
Alongside the wealth of attractions to see and experience around the island, the resort also has much to keep you busy on site; with an otherworldly spa perfect for relaxing treatments and an outstanding selection of activities for younger guests at the Ritz-Kids club.
The resort offers a programme of activities each day, so there’s always plenty to keep guests occupied, from yoga and traditional Balinese weaving to an Indonesian language class and a ‘cinema under the stars’ night. There are a range of excursions available to nearby cultural sites, including the Besakih Temple and Pod Chocolate, while the Ritz Kids programme arranges daily activities and experiences for younger guests.
The Ritz Carlton, Bali Fact File
April - September
16 hours 30 minutes
British Airways and Qantas fly from London Heathrow to Bangkok with onward connections to Bali. Singapore Airlines flies from London Heathrow and Manchester to Singapore with onward connections to Bali. Malaysia Airlines flies from London Heathrow to Kual
Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Cruise
+ 8 hours