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Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay opens its doors after two years of renovation

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay has always been the definition of tropical perfection. The resort continues to honor this status after the completion of the global renovation, which took place over the past two years. Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay welcomes guests from all over the world to appreciate the best villas in Bali and the renovated hotel area.

Completion of construction of brand new imperial and royal villas, which, despite their modern appearance, have preserved the traditional Balinese atmosphere – the last stage of the renovation of the resort. There are 147 villas with private pools in the resort. Villas are divided into seven settlements, each of which has a personal manager responsible for the quality of the service. The most luxurious of them is a two-storey imperial villa with three bedrooms, located a few steps from the 5-kilometer beach of the resort. The Imperial Villa is equipped with a kitchen, a swimming pool and a fitness studio. Guests of this exquisite villa have access to VIP services, for example: personal chef, personal trainer and yoga master, night spa rituals and traditional Balinese banquets. The unique architecture of this villa also allows to hold solemn events for 80 persons in close proximity to the ocean.

“Four Seasons Resorts Bali at Jimbaran Bay is one of the first resorts in Bali, which is why we were able to choose the best location on the island with spectacular views of the ocean and cliffs. This also means that over the years we have listened to the feedback of our guests and were able to take into account their wishes during the renovation. Our guests always paid attention to the excellent location, exquisite service and authentic atmosphere of the resort. These elements have certainly remained untouched. We brought the villas and public spaces of the resort to a new level and built the Imperial and Royal Villas for our most demanding guests. We are very grateful to our owners for the support provided and we can not wait to share the evolution of our resort with the world, “- comments the general manager of the resort Udai Rao.

Also on the territory of the resort was equipped with a new space on the ocean for yoga and spa treatments. In addition, there were exciting programs for guests: cutting wood, weaving, drawing, dancing, heli-surfing, sunset cruises and a variety of water sports. Guests can also take half-day courses in the culinary academy, take part in beauty rituals at the spa complex, go on a tour of the temples and get acquainted with Balinese-Hindu religious rituals and traditions.

Approximately 60% of the resort’s employees work in the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay for more than 20 years, and throughout the renovation period, all employees have retained their jobs. Njomannu Karsila was 22 years old, when in 1992 he got a job as a waiter’s assistant in one of the resort’s restaurants. Today, Nyoman works as a butler of residences. For many years of his work he managed to get acquainted with a large number of guests of the resort, some of whom even invited him to visit his home in response to the hospitality extended during their stay at the resort.

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay and Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan received a rating of five stars according to the Forbes Travel Guide – a reward that only got three hotels in Bali in 2017. Spa centers in both Balinese resorts Four Seasons received 4 stars – the highest possible rating for a spa. Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Awards named Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay one of the best resorts in Asia in 2017. In addition, TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards have recognized Bali as one of the best destinations for travel in 2017, especially paying attention to local culture, nature, gastronomy and wellness programs.

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