Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali

Bali, Indonesia

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About Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali

Welcome to Bali’s only green resort certified by the World Green Council. Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali is located at Pecatu in the southernmost tip of Bali which is the home of “Pura Uluwatu”, the sacred Uluwatu temple, considered one of the core spiritual pillars of the island. Uluwatu is where centuries-old tradition and reverence mixes with beautiful beaches, inviting surfing spots and an eclectic wellness and dining scene. The setting of this beautiful Balinese inspired resort is breathtaking, with dramatic views of the Indian Ocean from atop the limestone cliffs and uninterrupted ocean views from all facets of the resort.

Culture combined with creature comforts. Bali’s sense of calm and serenity is beautifully interpreted in 28 sky suites and penthouses and 75 cliff pool villas, which are all interspersed with lush vegetation for seclusion and accompanied by Guest Experience Maker. The Retreat and The Presidential Villa are sumptuous and stately.

Take a breather as flowing water infuses life and movement to your spa surroundings. Choose traditional Balinese treatments with a modern twist alongside more in-depth wellness programs focused on cleansing, sleep or fitness. Give your regular yoga class a refreshing dimension at the outdoor pavilion.

Bali’s unique cuisine is influenced by Indonesian, Chinese and Indian culture with aromatic spices enhancing fresh vegetables, meat and seafood. The resort offers an eclectic range of cuisine as you go on a culinary journey of local ingredients (picked in our own garden). Eat With Six Senses ensures you can have your cake and eat it without guilt too!

Most importantly, Six Senses Uluwatu is also an exquisite setting that brings together mesmerising ocean views and a discrete ambience for your special celebration on one of the world’s most romantic island. This lifetime experience should be full of joy, so here’s our vow to you: we’re on hand right from the initial stages of planning. Our dedicated specialists can suggest menus, settings and logistics down to the finest detail.

Note: Blockout dates for weddings are on during Nyepi Day (Balinese New Year) and during peak holiday seasons in Bali between 24 December to 2 January. 

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