The St. Regis Bali Resort

The St. Regis Bali Resort was designed by Bill Bensley and it has been indulging guests from the start. Its iconic rainforest gate is magnificent, and the alluring sound of traditional rindik welcomes guests as they step into the grand lobby. Other stunning spots include the Strand Residences with direct access to the resort’s private beach, the Saltwater Lagoon and its luxurious tropical oasis, Iridium Spa.

The accommodations are no less attention-grabbing, showcasing tasteful interiors that fuse European elegance with beautiful Balinese craftsmanship. The rooms and suites have two exquisite options, garden or ocean – the latter including its most prestigious unit, the Grand Astor Suite. Some suites are equipped with their own private pool, which is also a fundamental part of the villas. The Villas themselves are what The St. Regis Bali Resort is most known for, with one- and two-bedroom options, and the supreme Strand villas that adjoin the beach.

The resort is, of course, highly renowned for its excellent food and beverages. Taking a culinary tour from the front, guests are greeted by The St. Regis Bar with its signature Bloody Mary cocktail and afternoon tea ritual. Casual international favourites like picnic snacks, ice creams, and pastries are available at the Gourmand Deli, while Dulang is an ode to the culture and beauty of Bali. The resort’s prominent restaurants are Boneka with its five-star breakfast, brunch, and dinner buffet, as well as the award-winning Kayuputi that overlooks the Indian Ocean and serves an unsurpassed weekend brunch alongside sophisticated haute Pan-Asian dishes for lunch and dinner.


Highlights

  • Stylishly designed rooms and suites

  • Private arrival and departure services in The Langham Club on level 59

  • World-class dining at Tom’s by Tom Aikens, ALICE and T’ang Court


The St. Regis Resort Bali

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