This five-star Four Seasons property really is at the pinnacle of luxurious hotel living. It doesn’t get much better than this, with 147 delightful guestrooms available. This is arguably Bali’s finest hotel, offering spacious, elegant villas with separate living, sleeping and bathing pavilions. The resort features its own spa offering the finest treatments, while for dining, PJ’s offers delicious international fare with a focus on seafood, wood-oven pizzas and delectable pasta dishes. For recreation, the resort has a fitness center, swimming pool and tennis courts. Business services are offered around the clock, including translation and Internet access.
Nyepi Religious Day
Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed including check in and check out from hotels. March 23, 2012 | March 12, 2013 | March 31, 2014 | March 21, 2015 | March 9, 2016 | March 28, 2017
The new beachfront restaurant at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay, whose name is the Sanskrit word for “beautiful” and pays tribute to the glowing sun that warms this Indian Ocean hotspot. Sundara offers the perfect mix of five-star flair and relaxed beach-club vibe. With its direct beachfront location and panoramic views of Jimbaran Bay, Sundara provides a sexy and sophisticated hideaway – all day from lunch until late night.
Discover authentic Thai cuisine at Baan Bua, the Thai translation for “Lotus House”. This informal dinner restaurant exudes the charm of a private home hidden on a village street. With fresh, spicy-sour flavours inspired by north and central Thailand, the focus is on casual street-food specialties. Small plates are designed for sharing and experiencing as many dishes as possible. Up to 20 guests can dine around the antique communal table beside the open kitchen, giving a true family-style atmosphere. For more intimate dining, settle into one of the smaller tables at the edge of the lotus pond.
Taman Wantilan Restaurant
Celebrating the beauty of our Resort’s oceanfront location, Taman Wantilan welcomes you to two Balinese-style pavilions, open to natural breezes and soaring views over the gentle curve of Jimbaran Bay. The word Taman means “garden”, while Wantilan means “outdoor gathering place”. Every Balinese village features a Wantilan, and this lovely setting provides a friendly meeting place for our guests. With a menu showcasing Indonesian cuisine, each delectable dish is lovingly prepared and elegantly served.
Pool Terrace Cafe
Set beside the Infinity Pool, this open-air café offers a light, casual menu to enjoy with ocean breezes and stunning views of Jimbaran Bay. Shaded tables are an appealing option on the warmest days. The menu features a variety of salads and sandwiches, as well as Asian and Western favourites. A children’s menu is available on request.