Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali

5* out of 5 stars

Are you looking for a calm and peaceful holiday which allows you to leave your stress and worries behind? If the answer is yes then the Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali is the plave for you. The calm and peaceful essence of this resort immerses you in a picturesque landscape whilst celebrating the local indigenous culture; your holiday is going to feel like an extensive therapy session which will leave you invigorated and energised. The resort introduces you to a holistic approach to wellness that focuses on overall health and happiness.

The modus operandi of this resort is serenity and in order to attain the highest level of tranquillity, mobile phones, smoking and televisions are taboo, and guests must be sixteen or above. The therapists at the spa only use natural ingredients and local healing treatments such as Balinese massage to guarantee that your stay will be a journey of utter relaxation.

The perfect complement to your wellness holiday is the fresh produce and versatility of the cuisine you’ll experience, which is characterised by a fusion of Indonesian and Western cooking. At this intimate spa resort, experience tailor-made activities drawn from the creativity, history and traditions of this Island of the Gods. Discover serene spa experiences set under a sea of stars, dive and explore the rich marine life that surrounds the island, watch the sunrise from the peak of the island’s sacred mountain, embark on a sunset cruise or simply indulge in the traditional spa treatments and healing therapies of the Balinese.

*Daily Spa Treatment includes one 50-minute treatment per person per day.

Please note: The dates for Ramadan 2021 are Monday 12th April – Tuesday 11th May. 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 2021 from 6am on Sunday 14th March until 6am on Monday 15th March.

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Accommodation

Kamar Room

Simple elegance is the foundation upon which the 27 Kamar rooms of the Spa Village rest. Echoing with the gentle traditions of Balinese culture, each room blends exotic grace with modern comfort. Against the vibrant landscape of the Spa Village, rooms are transformed into private havens with each bedroom connecting to spacious marble bathrooms. Beyond the sliding doors of every room lie wide terraces or balconies that open up to an expanse of land and sea.

Suite

The spacious rooms of the suites occupy the upper levels of the Spa Village. One, Surya Suite is close to the luminescent pool while the other, the Purnama Suite, fronts the luscious garden. Both one-bedroom suites have a generous living area with stunning balcony views that range from the Bougainvillea and Frangipani infused gardens to the clear blue waters of the Bali Sea.

Villa

Basking beneath the shade of palm trees, the resort's two one-bedroom villas, the Baruna and Samudra Villas, are sanctuaries of peace, each with their own private entry and plunge pool with unobstructed views of the ocean. The beds in the villas are lovingly crafted by local artists, following traditional Balinese designs. These rooms are light and airy, with woven ceilings covering the underside of peaked roofs creating an environment of comfortable luxury, imbued with the serenity of the Spa Village Resort.

Facilities

  • Activity programme
  • Concierge
  • Covid-19 protocols
  • Daily cleaning/housekeeping
  • Gym
  • Restaurants
  • Spa
  • Tours

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Food & Drink

The Wantilan Restaurant

The unique setting of the resort's restaurant, alongside the beach, set high above the sea, provides beautiful views of the ocean. Resting comfortably under a large thatch roof the restaurant has no walls, allowing the wind to wash gently through as diners relax and feast on a wide choice of the freshest and tastiest cuisine. Traditional artwork combines with rattan furniture and teakwood tables created by local craftsmen to provide an airy and comfortable dining environment, where the dress code is casual.