Dubbed Bali’s majestic open-air theatre, The Apurva Kempinski Bali is a luxurious haven that captures the essence of Indonesian culture, art and identity. Since its inception in 2019, the resort has quickly gained attention for its remarkable craftsmanship.
The pendopo-style lobby is a welcoming space with a soaring tiered roof that draws one’s eye up to the cosmos. Intricate Javanese hand-carved gebyok partitions are symbolic of Indonesia’s prosperous Majapahit kingdom, while in the guestrooms, rich, exotic woods, local fabrics and Indonesian motifs create an understated and sophisticated atmosphere that’s both luxurious and homely, while the views of the ocean and surrounding landscape tell their own story through wide panoramic windows.
With its cliff-top location, the resort cascades down the hillside like one of Bali’s iconic rice paddies, gradually making its way down to the Indian Ocean. Modern Balinese architecture pays homage to the island’s iconic landscapes and man-made temples, in a symphony of natural-clad stone buildings, bougainvillea-covered terraces and a network of waterways and shimmering pools. Tumbling waterfalls emerge from the lush landscape, flanking the resort’s spectacular Grand Staircase. The 250-step walkway, inspired by Bali’s sacred Pura Besakih water temple, runs through the centre of the resort, and provides a stage for nightly rituals.
Spread over 14 hectares of land on the southern slopes of Nusa Dua, Bali, the luxury resort features 475 rooms, speciality suites, exclusive villas, numerous dining venues, a unique spa, spacious meeting facilities and alluring chapels. With opulent space and outstanding service, this five-star resort quickly established its presence amongst luxury resorts in Indonesia.
- Hand carved gebyok partition in the lobby
- Spacious suites
- Koral Restaurant, an award-winning aquatic dining venue
The Apurva Kempinski Bali
Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan
Bali 80361, Indonesia