Six Senses Uluwatu

Cliff-top hotel with stunning views

Wake up to endless views of the Indian Ocean

Six 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.


28 sky suites and penthouses

75 cliff pool villas

Spa and fitness centre

Nail bar

Restaurants and bars

Cooking studio

Cinema under the stars

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Capella Ubud
Discovered amid lush green forests and scenic rice paddy fields, Capella Ubud is a unique tented hotel presenting a luxurious experience and a relaxing oasis on the doorstep of Ubud’s most beautiful natural surroundings. The hotel consists of 22 individually styled one-bedroom tents and one tented two-bedroom lodge, all immaculate in their artistic décor and furnishings. Offering rice terrace, rainforest, river or valley views, each lodging is equipped with modern facilities to further enhance the comfort of your stay, as well as a private saltwater pool for relaxing soaks. The two-bedroom lodge offers a larger space in which to unwind and is well suited to a small family. Inspired by the early European settlers from the 1800s, each tent’s decorative theme is determined by the skill set of the various inhabitants of the area’s 19th century camps, with the likes of The Carpenter’s Tent showcasing the tools used by craftsmen and artisans, while The Naturalist’s Tent depicts the heritage of the camp’s zoologists and botanists. Seasonable and sustainable dining can be enjoyed at the Mads Lange dining room, while delicious Asian BBQ is served at the intimate Api Jiwa restaurant. For some refreshment after a cooling swim, the poolside Mortar and Pestle Bar serves up a range of snacks and drinks, including a creative cocktail menu. There is also The Camp Fire from where you can relax under the stars with a hot chocolate in hand, serenaded by the hotel’s jungle orchestra. A myriad of wellness treatments can be enjoyed at the hotel’s extensive spa, while the tented gymnasium allows guests to get active across the likes of yoga and pilates classes – perfectly in keeping with Bali’s sense of spiritual well-being.