17 garden- and terrace-view suites with four-poster king-size beds and outdoor showers
A tropical spa with treatments that use aromatic oils to foster peace, health, and beauty
Optional activities from mountain trekking to yoga workshops
What To Know
There are regular business events, such as private wealth workshops and entrepreneur summits
The resort is located at a distance from beaches, tourist towns, and nightlife offerings
The books and DVDs in the library focus primarily on business, leadership, and personal growth
Parking on site
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Business-meets-pleasure at this Balinese retreat geared towards group getaways
The founders of this “boutique resort tailored to your own personal enrichment” say they created it as a “sanctuary to get vision and give vision” and offer life-changing experiences in a quiet haven of natural seclusion. Lush water gardens and flowering trees form the backdrop for serene areas where guests can reflect on their lives and return home with a new perspective. Each of the 17 suites is decorated to reflect a Hindu god, a small spa offers aromatherapy wellness and beauty services in private treatment pavilions, while chefs aim to serve nurturing and beautifully presented meals in the restaurant, café, bar or anywhere on the grounds.
In the Area
The point is to remain on the grounds, read from the property’s extensive personal development library, and reflect. But for guests who want to include more of Bali in their itinerary, the staff can arrange activities such as cultural daytrips—Ubud is within relatively easy reach—yoga workshops, handcraft courses, temple visits, cooking classes, mountain trekking, scuba diving and white-water rafting.