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Anantara Uluwatu Resort

Aug 25, 2012

With its dramatic setting atop a limestone cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean, Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa offers an impressive refuge from which to take in the sights of Bali. Located 40 minutes from Ngurah Raj International Airport and 45 minutes from bustling Kuta, the resort is easily accessible, yet provides a serene atmosphere wholly removed from the more urban parts of the island. To complement the natural surroundings, the resort is decked out in contemporary Balinese style with wooden facades and travertine marble floors.

The resort includes a range of accommodation options, from Sea View suites to the more opulent two- and three-bedroom Pool villas and split level penthouses. In-house dining options are abundant and include the international Rooftop Dining, Bar & Lounge, the Mediterranean Poolside Restaurant & Bar, as well as the resort’s customizable Dining by Design, where guests can set up a private table for two at a location of their choice. In addition to a spa and fitness center, the resort features a number of cultural activities such as yoga, cooking classes and ceramic making.

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