This Classic Balinese Resort is Better Than Ever After a Two-Year Renovation

Opened in 1993, a Four Seasons Resort Bali during Jimbaran Bay is one Bali’s strange oppulance resorts. More than dual decades later, a groundbreaking retreat has been remade with an endless two-year restoration that was finished in June.

Accessed by colorful forged timber doors opening into private walled gardens with sea-view forever pools, a resort’s 156 bank and beachfront villas have all been possibly refurbished or totally rebuilt, with new landscaping, interiors, decor, and furnishings consecrated underneath a stylish eye of Jaya International Design.

The resort’s climax valuables is a new $12,000-per-night, 13,993-square-foot Imperial Villa. The two-story bower comes with 3 bedrooms, and a claim indoor/outdoor vital space one expects in a Balinese resort, with a combined luxuries of a breakfast chef, a private aptness studio, a personal tutor and a yoga master, and a 742-square-foot forever pool with nightfall views over a three-mile widen of a sugar-white silt beach.

Imperial Villa 
Photo: Markus Gortz

Villas and open spaces are clustered most like a circuitously normal Balinese villages, with statues, temples and shrines presided over by a property’s on-site Balinese Hindu priest. The informative soak continues with new practice such as a artists-in-residence module where guest can learn normal Balinese weaving, wood-carving, painting, and dance, or immersive sauna treatments that underline “sound baths” with Balinese gongs and singing bowls and even authentic rite blessings from a priest.

Royal Villa 
Photo: Markus Gortz

Heli-surfing excursions, stretched watersports offerings, and a new oceanfront anti-gravity yoga pavilion turn out a multi-million dollar upgrades, along with a new dining judgment featuring customizable image sizes during Sundara, a property’s signature beachfront restaurant.

Photo: Christian Horan


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