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Tap out and top up at the Four Seasons in Jimbaran Bay Bali

The Property Addict / Travel

Indonesia

May 26 2019

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Fancy a morning sunrise walk on the beach, or even a try at heli-surfing, followed by a delicious lunch, rejuvenating massage and spa treatment and the sunset cocktails and dinner to top off a day of sun, salt, and relaxation? 

The most amazing spa treatment I have ever had is at the Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay. Three hours of heavenly relaxation leaving me feeling refreshed, full of energy and ready for signature sunset cocktails and delicious tapas dinner at Sundara.  

Sundara, with its chic vibe Bali’s most sophisticated beach-club and dining destination, where the buzz of Jimbaran Beach, live music on the terrace, Modern Asian cuisine, Bali’s Longest Sunday Brunch, and beach-front daybeds beckon you to stay all day. Named after the Sanskrit word for 'beautiful', Sundara describes the sparkling views from the al fresco terrace, 57-metre infinity pool (Bali's longest beach-front pool) and upstairs Mezzanine balcony.

At Taman Wantilan, specialty chefs take center stage preparing an extensive array of Asian and Western cuisine at 9 live action cooking stations. Every sense is aroused and every craving satisfied with the Indian station’s tandoor and curries, sizzling teppanyaki, laksa and noodles, seafood-on-ice and sashimi bar, salad shaker bar, carvery and homemade pasta station, and the temperature-controlled Patisserie room.

The Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay is an authentic Balinese 'all-villa' beach retreat alive with tradition, culture, and modern innovation. Inspired by a village layout, this iconic resort is arranged into seven small ‘villages’ each headed by a customary Village Chief delivering genuine hospitality. Soak up the sanctuary of your contemporary pool villa – modelled on a Balinese home and richly decorated with artworks, textiles and hand-crafted furniture. Wander and daydream through 14 hectares of lush tropical gardens cascading down to the ocean and three-mile Jimbaran Beach. Dive into the Bay with exclusive water activities, ride the waves with TropicSurf, and connect to the vibrant pulse of Bali’s historic fishing community. 

If you love a bit of activity on a holiday, Tropic Suf’s guide Blake McKinnon knows Bali’s breaks inside-out. He offers surf lessons right in front of the resort, boat tours to get the best waves while avoiding the crowds, and heli-surfing!

Kids delight in cooking classes, art and crafts and all sorts of entertainment offered throughout the day at the Four Seasons kids club.​

Discover the island’s cultural heritage through on-site artist workshops and take a tour of the resort’s historic temple with high priest Ajik Ngurah. Hone expert skills with Chef Kris at Jala Cooking Academy and embrace the beach lifestyle and Modern Asian cuisine of chic Sundara. Enjoy the freshest international cuisine with live action cooking at the new Taman Wantilan restaurant, or venture out for Jimbaran’s flourishing dining scene or Seminyak’s nightlife.

July 2017 saw a complete renovation of all 147 sumptuous pool villas located within seven ‘village squares’, each headed by a village chief providing genuine Balinese hospitality. Contemporary Balinese décor combines with sparkling views and modern luxuries. All villas have living areas, deluxe bathrooms and customized Four Seasons Bed for the ultimate sleep.

Book here.

How to get there: via Qantas or Garuda 

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