Alila Villas Uluwatu has so fully embraced sustainable design that it's the first resort in Indonesia to receive the highest level of certification from EarthCheck as a Best Practice Building Planning and Design (BPDS) development. To achieve this, they used local materials in the build, as well as working in a way that protected the natural environment. They also practice water conservation and wastewater management.
The design of the villas captures the essence of what it is to relax fully. The indoor-slash-outdoor flow takes you from shaded lounging area to pool to dining table to bed. Switch off your phone and allow time to pass you by in this serene haven.
Perched on limestone cliffs 100 metres above the Indian Ocean, the view is nothing less than picture-perfect – aquamarine ocean vistas and glorious golden sunsets. Blending in with the surrounding natural environment, the design of the interiors at Alila Villas Uluwatu is completely integrated with the architecture, seamlessly flowing from inside to outside. This cutting-edge modern hotel in Bali is designed by award-winning Singapore architectural firm WOHA, whose global reputation for innovative design projects in tropical environments has earned numerous accolades.
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