March 2015

Six Senses Uluwatu rests on a 12-hectare cliff-top site overlooking the magnificent Indian Ocean. It comprises of sky villas and villas ranging between one to four bedrooms with their private garden and pool, and exhilarating vistas. It also features a specialty restaurant and an all-day dining restaurant, spacious indoor- outdoor meeting and event facilities, spa facilities, an outdoor cliff lounge and bar, a kids club, an iconic pool bar and a chapel, all the amenities in making one's stay restful, relaxing and rejuvenating.

The architecture is rooted in tropical Balinese style where the use of indigenous materials combined with the artistry and craftsmanship of its people, imbibe a strong sense of place. Careful planning of spaces and meticulous design of the façade including the selection of artistic details pay respect to the Balinese culture and heritage.

Further, the resort is designed along environmental sustainable design principles where engineering systems are incorporated to minimize energy and water consumption. An energy efficient building envelope maximizes natural light and ventilation. The roof design utilizes green roof to reduce heat load and air conditioning demand. Guests will be taken to an 'organic' experience, with a series of gardens and pools interspersed inside and outside the various villas and public areas providing a tranquil and invigorating stay.