Shuttle service up to Karma Kandara, the resort’s sister hotel, where a special lift takes guests down an 85-foot cliff to a Mykonos-style beach
Balinese cooking classes
Guest rooms with large private pools
What To Know
The villas have an indoor-outdoor open plan, meaning some of their living areas aren’t useable in rainy weather
While certain facilities are available 24 hours, room service shuts down at 11 p.m.
Children under the age of 12 dine for free
Parking on site
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An elegant, exclusive retreat of just 40 expansive pool villas steps away from the white sands of Bali’s beguiling Jimbaran Bay
The resort’s 40 villas, which range in size from one to six bedrooms, are inspired by classical Balinese architecture, with two or three pavilions surrounding a courtyard garden with a swimming pool, outdoor shower, and sun loungers. The Karma Lounge restaurant is open-air and surrounded by tropical palms and sweet-smelling frangipani trees. The chefs prepare local dishes and Western comfort food using ingredients from nearby farms, and live musicians often play anything from jazz and blues to traditional Balinese gamalan music. The Karma Spa offers an array of treatments from oxygen infusion facials to Balinese massage.
In the Area
The resort is on the shores of Jimbaran Bay, the hub of Bali’s nightlife and surf scene. The Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple, the most sacred of the eight cardinal temples on the island, is located just a 15-minute drive away; it’s dramatically suspended on a rock outcropping high above the waves. The concierges can also arrange game fishing, whitewater rafting, Balinese cooking classes, cultural encounters in ancient villages, shopping in local markets, climbing a volcano, scuba diving with giant manta rays, and kite surfing.