“All the must-have elements of a Balinese getaway come together at one of the island’s most lauded—and lavish—properties, a cliff-top resort in the heart of upscale Jimbaran Bay.”
Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Bali.
“Since it relaunched in 2009 as AYANA Resort and Spa Bali, this hotel has bagged a whole slew of significant awards for its bar, its accommodations and the spa. The rooms and hotel design are very well done — well appointed without the over the top luxury flourishes.”
Award winning 5-star luxurious resort located on a large 90 hectares of land and dramatically perched over the Jimbaran Bay is the place to stay when in Bali for business or pleasure. The hotel offers luxurious and exquisitely designed rooms that offer a great view of the scenic natural surrounding such as the private Jimbaran Bay.
The resort is home to Rock Bar, one of the most famous places in the city. The resort has a golf course, offers a variety of restaurants numbering up to 19 providing guests with all the choices of dishes. The hotel has 12 outdoor pools where guests can conveniently enjoy swims and two poolside bars where ultimate relaxation is promised. An outdoor tennis court provides guests the perfect place to exercise their bodies and have a good time. Guests can also spend their time on the private white sand beach provided by the hotel. Simply put, Ayana Resort is a world-class destination for vacation and offers the most luxurious lifestyle.
All the 294 rooms in the hotel are designed and decorated with wooden furnishing that adds to its elegance, marble bathrooms with bathtubs and free Wi-Fi available to guests to stay connected with the rest of the world.
The resort provides guest with a plethora of dining options where they are treated to varieties of local and international dishes throughout their stay in the premises. The open-air restaurant is a perfect place for romantic getaways for couples staying at the resort.
Lavish, exquisite, stylish, jaw-dropping, and fascinating; these are some of the qualities of the resort and you only need to see to know this is no exaggeration.