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The Ritz-Carlton Villas & Spa

Open All Year... The Ritz-Carlton Bali, is the first Asian resort for the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, opened November 29, 1996, Built on 70 hectares (173 acres), the 323-room resort hotel is perched on a bluff overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Hotel Overview

The Ritz-Carlton Bali, is the first Asian resort for the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C., opened November 29, 1996, Built on 70 hectares (173 acres), the 323-room resort hotel is perched on a bluff overlooking the Indian Ocean. It is four stories, following the basic Balinese architecural principles that no building should be higher than coconut palms. The hotel includes 36 one and two-bedroom villas. The majority of the guest rooms have ocean views.

It's hardly consequence of whether it's business or pleasure that brings you to The Ritz-Carlton, Bali.

The difference shows the moment you set your eyes on the majestic facade of the hotel. Perched on a bluff in Jimbaran, overlooking white sand beaches and turquoise blue calm of the Indian Ocean, the hotel presides over some of the most spectacular sunset views Mothe Nature can conjure.


Located in Jimbaran in Southwest Bali, eight degrees south of the equator, the hotel is a 15-minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Built on 70 hectares (173 acres), the 323-room four storey resort hotel is perched on a buff overlooking the Indian Ocean in Jimbaran in southwest Bali.


Stroll through the hotel's landscape, and you'll find a virtual celebration of life. With tropical flowers and trees set amidst tiered lawns. Stone step, cut into the cliff, lead into a lush ravine that forms the entance to secluded, calm waters.

Alang-alang thatched roofing, brightly colored Balinese doors, limestone carvings, intricately woven mats, slate and marble floors are part of the hotel's distinctive Balinese design. Antiques and artifacts from the Indonesian islands - Java, Borneo, Sulawesi, Lombok, the Moluccas, Irian Jaya and Bali - decorate the public and private areas. Let your eyes wander and you'll realise that your choices don't end here. After all, there are 323 spacious guest rooms, sumptuously appointed suites and private villas from which to choose. Almost all open out to dramatic views of the sun, sand, water and sky.

THE RITZ-CARLTON CLUB Each of the 36 thatched-roof villas is enclosed with a volcanic rock and limestone wall that surrounds the villa on three sides. Guests enter through a slim ornate Balinese door opening into a garden courtyard. In 30 villa compounds, plunge pools facing the horizon have infinity edges that seem to spill water into the ocean. Each villa's two-person bathtub offers views of both the ocean and the garden's fily ponds.

The Balinese design extends the Canang Sari, a wedding gazebo constructed of coconut palm wood and limestone flooring, with panoramic ocean views.Guest accommodations include 33 guest rooms and suites on The Ritz-Carlton Club. The Club's handsomely furnished lounge features five food and beverage presentations daily. Staffed by professional concierge, the Club offers privacy and pampering.


Every villa includes a bale bengong, a traditional open-air lounging area. The raised platform, carved from dark coconut palm wood and covered by a thatched bamboo-framed room is a perfect place to watch the sunset.

The two-bedroom villas and private gardens encompass 400 square metres (43,000 square feet). The one-bedroom villas are 298 square metres (3,200 square feet). Windows on three sides offer panoramic views of the Indian Ocean.


  • Fully air-conditioned,
  • Twice-daily maid service including nightly turn-down,
  • In-roorn safe,
  • Ceiling fan,
  • Remote-controlled color television,
  • Fully stocked mini bar,
  • Lightweight cotton bathrobes,
  • Separate water closet,
  • Personal care toiletries


Lodging Facilities

Swimming Pool
Fitness Room
Meeting Rooms
Health / Beauty Care
Spa / Thalasso
Entertainment / Animation
Cafeteria / Snack Bar
Tennis Court
Water Sports
Children Activities


Bathroom with Shower or Bathtub
Bathrobes & Slippers
Mini Bar
Safe Box

Accommodation Type



You'll find that the facilities at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali are printed to deliver on every possible demand. >From hosting a business convention for one hundred to a perfect holiday for two.

The resort includes secluded beaches with warm, clear turquoise water. The two-tiered, infinity edged swimming pool has a water fall leading from one pool to the next, flowing over a walk through or swim-up grotto that houses a 42,000 litre (11,000 gallon) salt-water aquarium filled with indigenous marine life. Sporting activities include the first championship standard 18-hole golf putting course on the island. The 657-yard course, total par 64, was designed by Ronald Fream and is the first at any Ritz-Carlton Hotel or Resort worldwide.

Active vacationesr can also utilize the Tennis Pavilion with three lighted courts; Spa Consisting of gymnasium, sparate men's and women's sauna. Turkish Baths and massage rooms. Billiards, table tennis and mountain bike of all sizes are available. Children enjoy The Ritz-Carlton Kids playground and program of supervised activities that shares the world of Balinese art, drama and tradition. A separate swimming pool with a water slide is adjacent to the main pool and Pasir sand sunning terrace.

  • Private white sand beaches with clear, turquoise water
  • Fresh water, two-tiered, infinity-edged outdoor pool
  • Gift and sundry shops
  • Whirlpool & cold plunge pool
  • 18-hole golf putting course
  • Executive Business Centre
  • Ritz Kids® supervised children's programme
  • Separate children's playground and wading pool
  • 35-metre waterslide
  • Balinese performances at the Lankit open-air dinner theatre
  • Sand sunning terrace
  • Salt-water aquarium with tropical marine life
  • Spectacular sunset views
  • Full range of hair styling and beauty treatments in Stylists Salon

Ritz Carlton Bali: The Spa & Tennis Pavillion

  • Extensive cardiovascular equipment
  • Massage rooms
  • Steam rooms
  • Outdoor massage
  • Private health analysis
  • sauna
  • Aerobics room
  • Outdoors showers
  • Three lighted tennes courts

Merely a taste of the temptations on offer, all this and more await you at The Ritz Carlton, Bali. After all, when the world's finest hotel company comes to the world's most magical island, the result is nothing less than unforgettable.

Food & Beverages

All restaurants and lounges at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali are open to the ocean breezes and scent of tropical flowers. The resort's property is I'andscaped to mirror the surrounding native tropical flora. Terraced lawns, lily ponds and sculpture fountains cover the grounds. Bougainvillea, monkey pods and frangipani bloom year-round. Banana, breadfruit, ironwood and coconut trees offer cool shade.

Padi restaurant, outdoor seating pavilions which appear to "float" in lily ponds offer an international menu with predominantly Balinese flair. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served daily.

Sami-Sami is a casual, cliffside restaurant and bar offering innovative Mediterranean cuisine in three separate outdoor dining pavilions.Lunch and dinner served daily.

Kisik Bar and Grill is Sand-floored restaurant and bar carved into the cliff overlooking the ocean, steps from the beach fronting the hotel. Features beverages and fresh grilled seafood on banana leaves for dinner.

Damar Terrace, open-air bar surrounded by pools, romantically illuminated by dozens of candles in the evening, serves beverages and hors d'oeuvres throughout the day, as well as afternoon iced tea.

Kubu Bar is located at secluded Kubu Beach providing fresh fruit and beverages to sun-worshippers.

Langit Theatre, an open-air dinner amphitheatre, allows guests to dine under the stars while watching traditional Balinese entertainment, with brilliant costurnes, extravagant masks and magnificent headdresses. The theatre is terraced to offer unobstructed views of the stage, orchestra and the Indian Ocean beyond. These ancient performances tell timeless tales through dance, music and song. The 130-seat restaurant is terraced to offer each dinner unobstructed views of the stage, orchestra and Indian ocean beyond.

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