Alila Villas Uluwatu
Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
A new collection of luxury, contemporary villas, Alila Villas Uluwatu are set on a cliff top plateau at the southern tip of Bali with stunning views over the Indian Ocean. Immerse yourself in the privacy and seclusion of this stunning villa retreat.
At a Glance
The spectacular clifftop swimming pool and bar have an unparalleled view and are truly breathtaking
The stunning untouched beach is well worth the trek down the numerous cliff steps
The villas really do have the WOW factor with unforgettable views
From the hotel experience some local culture by visiting the majestic Uluwatu Temple
The spectacular unbroken view of the ocean is what you experience at Breakfast
Take a cooking class to try to master the art of Balinease food and to see the local markets.Scott Dunn team
For the utmost privacy, room 412 is high up and tucked away. Choose your butler service to be 'private', 'discreet' or 'attentive' at your discretion...Scott Dunn team
Don't bring any toiletries with you as you will enjoy their specialized spa ones complimentary!Scott Dunn team
The villas here are amazing and I have no doubt you will be completely wowed on arrival!Victoria Hogg
Get up early one morning to climb the 362 steps down to the beach and back up again so you can indulge in their delicious breakfast menu guilt free.Scott Dunn team
Head to the sunset cabana at dusk to enjoy cocktails overlooking the lapping waves below, before you experience a food lovers paradise at Alila's Warung restaurant.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
To start planning your vacation to Alila Villas Uluwatu
From the spectacular aerial location of the Alila Uluwatu Villas, limestone cliffs sweep down giving each villa an extraordinary view of the crashing waves below. Each villa has been meticulously and individually designed to blend into this landscape and afford the best views.
All of the 56 private luxury villas at Alila Villas Uluwatu have private pools and a spacious outdoor area. The villa interiors are furnished in a contemporary style but still incorporate the use of traditional Balinese materials. The open plan design means that the rooms benefit from the sea breeze and the huge glass windows give you stunning views from your room to the ocean.
Alila Villas Uluwatu boasts two restaurants, serving a mix of traditional Indonesian food and western cuisine to suit all tastes as well as an Alila Spa offering a range of different pampering treatments to ensure your stay is as relaxing as possible.
The Alila Villas Uluwatu comprise One-Bed Villas, Three-Bed Hillside Villas and Three-Bed Cliffside Villas. All of the villas have lovely private pools and are designed with contemporary interiors with a Balinese twist. Walkways and bridges connect the areas within your villa and the feeling is very much of open living. All villas include: double his/her vanities, indoor rain shower, outdoor shower, indoor bathtub, private pool, outdoor dining area, Wi-Fi, safe, tea and coffee facilities, TV and docking station with iPod.
Children are welcome at the Alila Villas Soori and the expansive three-bedroom villas would be perfect for a large family. There are, however, no other specific facilities here for children except for babysitting.
There are two main restaurants, The Warung which serves Indonesian and Balinese cuisine in a relaxed poolside setting and CIRE for more formal fine dining. Dining in your villa and around the resort is also easy to arrange and extensive options are available to make it a truly special and private event. There is a dramatic 50-meter swimming pool, gallery, library, gym, yoga and pilates studio and the fabulous, rejuvenating Spa Alila which combines both Asian and Western therapy techniques.
Location & Directions
Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
Located on a clifftop plateau along the southern coastline on the island's Bukit Peninsula. Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali, Indonesia is just 15 minutes from Jimbaran Bay near the renowned Uluwatu Temple.
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.