A pioneer in luxury seaside hospitality in the country, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay has recently relaunched themselves, following a two-year long renovation that covers nearly everything within the property – especially the villas.
In total, the resort not only refurbished, but also redesigned all of their 147 pool villas – which then being relaunched as brand new products altogether. Classic preferences such as the Deluxe and Premier categories have undergone quite the facelift during the first few stages of renovation, with additional living rooms, larger plunge pools and massive bedroom expansion.
The whole renovation rounded up with the addition of the newly built Royal and Imperial Villas – both are cocooned within the high walls of traditional Balinese dwellings like all of their accommodations. The former is an enlarged version of the two bedroom villa, apparent with the larger daybed and living spaces – as well as their most distinguishable feature, the romantic balcony. The Royal Villa is also assigned with a designated butler, and can be connected to a single room villa to make it an expanded three-room facility.
While the two-storey Imperial Villa is their holy grail, with features that took the experience to another level. Located just steps from a tranquil three-mile beach, the only three-bedroom of the complex, is the most coveted of sanctuaries featuring multi-level living spaces, residential-style kitchen and dining area, infinity pool, fitness studio, and unique in-villa services such as private breakfast chef, personal trainer and yoga master, night-time spa rituals and Balinese royal banquets. The Imperial Villa’s individual design also offers a stunning ocean-edge venue to host private celebrations and weddings for up to 80 people.
The resort also added a new ocean-front venue for spa treatments and yoga; an artists-in-residence programme for guests to learn woodcarving, weaving, painting and dance; heli-surfing, sunset cruise and water biking adventures; and unique Customised Dining concept at Sundara. The signature restaurant Taman Wantilan also had a dramatic change, with shifting the concept from a la carte to interactive buffet for both breakfast and dinner.
There’s one thing that hasn’t changed, though: the legendary service. Roughly 60% of staff have been with the property for over 20 years, and management kept the entire team employed full-time throughout the two-year renovation. The whole progress is such a limitless appreciation for loyalty, both to employees and guests, from Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay.
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