Luxury Travel to Uluwatu
Home to a dreamy white sandy coastline and the spectacular Uluwatu Temple, this quiet southern part of Bali offers something for beach lovers and culture enthusiasts alike.
One of the most sacred temples in all of Bali, this picturesque place of worship sits on a rugged clifftop above the waves of the Indian Ocean and is a truly magical when visited as the sun sets.
Uluwatu is also a fantastic spot for keen surfers with some of the best surfing opportunities on the island.
Accommodation in Uluwatu
Here are some of our travel designers' favourite options
Alila UluwatuPerched atop the high cliffs of Bali‘s southern Uluwatu coast, Alila Uluwatu is one of the island’s most cutting-edge hotels possessing some jaw-dropping Indian Ocean views and a spellbinding contemporary style. This minimalist eco-friendly resort also prides itself on having employed environmentally sustainable design (ESD) principles in its construction and currently supports various foundations within the local community. Soak up the stunning surrounds of the sea and limestone cliffs from the huge infinity pool or as you sip a tasty cocktail from the cliff-top cabana bar. Alternatively, enjoy these picture-perfect vistas from the privacy of your own open-plan villa. The luxury pool villas here range from one to three bedrooms with all providing a private pool, cabana, indoor and outdoor rain showers and a personalised butler. The dining options of The Warung and Cire provide a choice of western, Balinese and Indonesian cuisines while the indulgent spa and treatments offer complete pampering.
Six Senses UluwatuSix Senses Uluwatu is perched on the cliffs at the southernmost tip of Bali near the site of Pura Uluwatu. This sacred temple is considered one of the island’s core spiritual pillars. The hotel combines tradition with wellness, great dining and beautiful beaches. The design and decor of the beautifully-appointed and comfortable suites and villas have been inspired by the local culture, and embrace nature. You’ll find stunning views from your room or suite and at different vantage points around the property. Bali’s unique cuisine is influenced by Indonesian, Chinese and Indian culture with spices enhancing fresh vegetables, meat, and seafood. At the resort’s various restaurants and bars you can dine on an eclectic range of cuisine prepared with the finest local ingredients, many of them grown in the resort’s own garden. Indulge in a traditional Balinese treatment with a modern twist at the resort’s spa. There are a variety of in-depth wellness programmes to discover, focused on cleansing, sleep or fitness. You can also enjoy a refreshing yoga session at the outdoor pavilion.