An authentically Balinese resort overlooking the ocean of Jimbaran Bay, designed to resemble a local village, with clusters of luxurious, thatched roof villas. Be blessed by Jimbaran’s high priest at the resort temple, ride the waves with expert surf guides or join a class at Jala Cooking Academy.
Why stay here? Offering the exceptional service and high-end facilities, this resort suits both couples and families. Younger guests will revel in the enriching kids club and cultural activities and watersports, whilst the Healing Village Spa, oceanfront yoga and Bali’s longest brunch at Sundara beach club promise relaxation and indulgence.
Nearest attractions The resort offers direct access to Jimbaran’s three mile beach. The famous strip of Jimbaran seafood cafés are a two-minute walk along the beach. Uluwatu’s beaches and 11th century clifftop temple are a 20-minute drive away, while the resort's priest provides guided tours to the little visited 9th century cave temple.
Beach and pools The resort boasts Bali’s longest beachfront infinity pool, another two pools below the lobby, and each villa and residence comes complete with private pool.
Bars and restaurants Four restaurants and bars including Sundara for Modern Asian cuisine, the new Taman Wantilan with international live action cooking at breakfast and dinner, the Jala Cooking Academy for authentic Balinese dinners and daily classes and Pool Terrace Café.
Other facilities The Healing Village Spa provides Balinese-inspired treatments on the edge of the ocean and a unique yoga program including Trust Yoga, Night Fire Yoga and Restorative Hot Stone Yoga. A range of experiences both on land and at sea, a cultural centre, dancing, tours, a gym, tennis, jogging, cookery classes, watersports and Tropicsurf.
For families Jimba Club offers a range of cultural activities and crafts to ages 4 to 12 and a number of family-friendly excursions are available.
Room upgrades 147 pool villas and nine Residences. Premier and Deluxe Villas include an air-conditioned living area as well as open-air poolside bale and large sundeck. Family Premier Villas include a cosy children’s room.
Board basis options Breakfast.
What is included in the tour
- 5 nights in Four Seasons Resort 5*
- Garden Villa
- Return flight with Emirates from London Heathrow
Warm, lazy days at the beach, unique and ancient culture and incredible food will have you wishing you’d booked a longer Bali holiday.
• Lose yourself in Ubud – Bali’s artistic heart will suck you in with its culinary treats, traditional crafts, art and dance, wonderful hotels and plethora of spas
• Find peace at Uluwatu, Bali’s most sacred temple; perched on a clifftop close to the Bukit peninsula, it’s a magical spot for sunsets
• Spot dolphins off the coast of Lovina beach, a laid-back resort in the north of the island
• Boogie board on Kuta beach, a mecca for surfers who come here to ride the perfect waves all day and party all night
When to visit
Bali is around eight degrees south of the equator, meaning it enjoys a warm, tropical climate year round. The dry season runs from April to September and is when humidity is at its lowest. Prices rise sharply during high season, which tends to be between July and September.
What to pack
Pack lightweight clothing and expect to cover up when visiting sacred temples or sites. December to April is rainy season – if you’re visiting then you may experience some monsoon-like downpours.