Exclusive Preferred Partner Amenities
- Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
- Spa credit of USD100 once during stay (not applicable to products)
- Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites and villas)
- Welcome note at check-in acknowledging you and your travel agency and the amenities that are being extended
- Complimentary high-speed Internet access for all suite bookings
Designed as a traditional Balinese village, this all-villa enclave spreads across 14 hectares (35 acres) of oceanfront, giving guests direct access to the beach right at sea level. Luxury villas – each with a private plunge pool – terrace down a hillside woven with brilliant flowers and Balinese temples. Steep yourself in local island culture, unwind with holistic spa treatments and enjoy a wide range of dining options, including the new beachfront Sundara restaurant.
Balmy tropical air and spectacular views over Jimbaran Bay enhance the dining experience at each of the Resort’s open-air restaurants and the lounge/bar. Options range from and Indonesian and Balinese specialties to Thai fare, as well as family favourites such as pizza and pasta. In-Villa Dining is also available, ideal for impromptu meetings or a quiet dinner. Guests staying at the private residences may take advantage of the services of a Four Seasons chef.
Inspired by its beachside garden setting, the Spa at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay celebrates the healing and cleansing powers of water. Treatments feature water in combination with salt and crystals to restore negative ions, bringing balance to emotions and energy levels. Eleven luxurious treatment rooms are part of the 10, 760-square-foot (1,000-square-meters) facility. Three spa suites feature double massage beds, a Vichy shower and wet and dry body treatment areas; the suites open onto a garden courtyard with a large soaking tub and cascading rinse shower. As well as 3 beachfront pavilions (known as “bales”) used for select treatments, called Foreshore Rituals.