Design Hotels has announced the opening of its newest member hotel Alila Villas Uluwatu on April 1, 2009. Alila Villas Uluwatu Bali is the first village-owned pool in a new generation of Alila Hotels and Resorts. It is the first resort in Bali designed from scratch to achieve Green Globe certification, the highest level of environmentally sustainable design (ESD) certification.Thanks to attention given to water conservation, recycling and energy savings, guests can relax in innocent joy in the knowledge that their environmental footprint is kept to a minimum. At the same time, they can enjoy all the services and amenities of a luxury resort.
The Villa Resort with a “WOHA” Effect-
The top of a cliff 100 meters, Alila Villas Uluwatu is situated on the south coast of Bali in a 30 minutes drive from the international airport. The resort offers 52 one-bedroom villas, 2 two-bedroom villas, 5 three-bedroom villas cliff and 25 three-bedroom private villas, each open to the outside, offering views of the Indian Ocean bed to the bathtub. Designed by award winning architect WOHA Singapore, all the villas showcase contemporary interiors with rich touches of nature and traditional Balinese accents. These are reflected in the plans of wood, water, stone and rattan. If guests want to follow the experience of resort facilities and services available to them are palm trees, 50 meters swimming pool, fully equipped fitness center, a comprehensive resource library, pilates and yoga studio, a central event a wedding pavilion and lawn. Personalized services include three levels of butler service options, ranging from private to indulgent.
And the Warung Restaurant, Alila Villas Uluwatu two restaurants, Stefan Zijta Helmed by executive chef, sous chef of the former Vermeer, a two-star Michelin restaurant in Amsterdam. The Warung offers traditional Balinese and Indonesian cuisine in a sophisticated way of welcoming space, while the restaurant owners the option of a fine-dining, an elegant contemporary design with a bold aesthetic, offering contemporary western cuisine prepared with fresh products regional.
For relaxation and rejuvenation, guests can head to The Spa, spa luxury five villages, where traditional Balinese massages and beauty treatments are offered. The two therapies combine Asian and Western therapy techniques using a selection of natural ingredients. They also offer a series of exercises, meditation and yoga classes for guests seeking to strengthen their senses.