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Set on a rugged cliff, Six Senses Uluwatu boasts breathtaking views out to the ocean
103 villas and stylish suites to choose from
A stone's throw away from the iconic Uluwatu Temple
Indulge at the Six Senses Spa, guests can even opt for a multi-day wellness program
Great for families, there's a children's den and separate pool for younger guests to enjoy
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.
Try complimentary aerial yoga!
Try complimentary aerial yoga!
Six Senses Uluwatu boasts 103 sea facing villas and suites, perched on the cliffs of Uluwatu. With impressive views out to the Indian Ocean and the serene Uluwatu Temple, this is Six Senses' first venture in the Indonesian archipelago.
Six Senses brings a new level of luxury to southern Bali with Six Senses Uluwatu, on the Bukit Peninsula. Home to the famous Uluwatu Temple, the area is known for its limestone cliffs and beautiful beaches. With waves suitable for all levels, the area is one of the top surfing spots in the world.
The resort itself includes 103 villas and suites, varying in size from the Sky Suites to the Cliff Pool Villas which have up to three bedrooms. Each villa and suite is sea facing, meaning guests can wake up to the sound and sight of the Indian Ocean beyond.
Elsewhere in the resort, guests can expect the renowned Six Senses service. Dine in a choice of three restaurants, and enjoy all-day dining at the pool bar. For foodies, there's even a cooking school where you can master some traditional Balinese recipes. Food is sourced locally and much of the fresh produce comes from the organic garden.
No Six Senses resort would be complete without a Six Senses Spa, and Six Senses Uluwatu offers ten treatment rooms and a variety of treatments. There is also a large fitness center, steam and sauna and yoga pavilion allowing guests to pamper their mind, body and soul. The resort also welcomes families, with a separate children's pool and children's den to keep your little ones entertained and engaged.
Spend the day by the pool, surfing the waves and sightseeing; the resort is a short distance from Uluwatu temple. The temple is best visited at sunset, after which you can return for dinner or a movie under the stars at Cinema Paradiso.
There are 103 villas and suites at Six Senses Uluwatu. Each elegant suite or villa is sea facing and offers plenty of space. Choose a pool villa for extra space and privacy.
Children are welcome at Six Senses Uluwatu and younger guests will love the Children's Den. There is also a children's pool where they can splash about in.
From exotic fruits to exquisite beef rendang, fish fresh from the ocean to regional delicacies, a tour of Denpasar’s street food stalls is a chance to uncover the cultural nuances of the country while enjoying the flavors of its famed cuisines.
Six Senses Uluwatu is located on the cliffs of Uluwatu, close to the famous Uluwatu Temple.
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