Bali & Lombok
Bali has become synonymous with paradise and luxurious escapism, from the beaches and gently swaying palms, to the luxurious retreats and resorts. Peaceful and tranquil, the tropical ambience is unmistakable, while Lombok is equally alluring for its picturesque setting.
The ‘cultural heart’ of Bali, Ubud, charms with its café culture, boutiques and eateries, not to mention temple sites and lively markets. Heading into Bali’s countryside is a picturesque display of rice terraces, giant steps of lush green that cascade to the valley floor. On the West coast, Senggigi is Lombok’s most popular destination but still offers a quiet experience, with its low-rise buildings, swaying palms and sweeping bay. For those with a fondness for active pursuits, Mount Rinjani, an active volcano with a wonderfully blue crater lake, offers a challenging climb, while the Gili Islands are a diver’s paradise with local areas abundant in dive schools, restaurants serving fresh seafood, market stalls and bars.
COMO Uma Ubud
Discover a quiet and restful retreat at the contemporary COMO Uma Ubud. Hidden on the fringe of Ubud, the resort is nestled amid rice fields and coconut palms overlooking Tjampuhan Valley. A selection of tranquil rooms, suites an [...]View Hotel
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
Perched above a white sand beach, famed for its sunsets, this tropical paradise provides an idyllic getaway on the southern shores of Bali. Built in a traditional Balinese style, 156 thatched-roof villas cascade down the terraced [...]View Hotel
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan
Hidden in a lush paradise beside the Ayung River within close proximity to the island’s artistic capital of Ubud, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan is an architecturally striking resort offering guests a real sense of peace and [...]View Hotel