The St. Regis Bali Resort

Designed by Bill Bensley of Bensley Design Studios and based on the concepts and principles that rule Balinese architecture, The St. Regis Bali is a sparkling jewel in the enclave of Nusa Dua. The general design concept of the resort is the sacred Balinese journey from mountain to sea – known as Nyegara Gunung. The lobby’s grand staircase is the mountain.

The lobby and its grand staircase symbolize the mountain and the mother temple Besakih. The dramatic water horns on either side of the staircase reflect the serpents used to channel holy water, while the azure Indian Ocean in the distance is, of course, the sea. The impressive Fire Garden that stretches from the foot of the stairs to the Kayuputi restaurant has a river flowing down from the mountain and away to the sea and Balinese life always flourishes riverside, as represented by the resort’s elegant villas.
Influenced by Isamu Noguchi, a Japanese-American artist and landscape architect (1904-1988), the sprawling grounds of the St. Regis have a huge saltwater lagoon directly accessible from the Lagoon Villas. The sweeping turquoise lagoon is home to several islands where oversized submerged stone furniture and decks offer respite.

The concept is greatly enhanced by specific elements, such as the artwork, Balinese gazebos and even the simple floral pattern prevalent throughout that is based on the Balinese daily offering – canang sari – whilst the rooms and villas take the concept still further with elegant lavish Balinese-inspired decor and art.

The St. Regis Bali Resort

ITDC Lot S6, Nusa Dua

Bali 80363, Indonesia

T: (+62) 3618478111