Six Senses Uluwatu is nestled in the southernmost point of Bali at Pecatu, a place as revered today as it was when its sacred, ancient temple of Pura Uluwatu was first recognised as one of Bali’s core centres of spirituality. As the island’s only resort certified by the World Green Council, Six Senses Uluwatu is also devoted to ecology; the sensational 360 views of the Indian Ocean that greet all room categories here serving as a reminder of why protecting the planet is so important. Dining choices are diverse at this luxury beach resort in Bali. There are infinity pools overlooking the ocean. Curated experiences and culturally immersive activities are available, and an integrated wellness spa is on site to take a load off. But that’s not all…
Experiences at Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Get a true sense of Bali on your luxury holiday to Indonesia with Six Senses Uluwatu’s menu of unique experiences: spiritual purification therapy; temple tour; daily fitness sessions, group activities and wellness discussions with local experts; exploration trips of the surrounding area; hiking; surfing and diving; cookery classes; organic garden tours; cinema Paradiso outdoor theatre; destination dining venues; sightseeing via helicopter; tailor-made boat trips and excursions.
How to get to Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Holidaymakers arriving in Bali by plane touch down at Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) which is located in Denpasar. It takes about 45 minutes by car to reach Six Senses Uluwatu from the airport. The iconic limestone cliff of Uluwatu, with its striking Indian Ocean views, is an eye-catching first impression before the serenity and tranquillity of Six Senses Uluwatu is unveiled. Timeless luxury awaits – a mix of lush landscaped gardens and natural flora create privacy between villas, while inspiring ocean views grace every vantage point, whether from your villa or the restaurants.
Please note: Ramadan dates are from 22nd March to 20th April 2023. Visitors during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: Nyepi Day is an observed day of silence associated with Balinese New Year, falling in 2023 from 6am on Tuesday, 14th of March until 6am on Wednesday 15th March.