We’ve shown you our dream winter getaway with the Hotel Kakslauttanen and now that the summer season’s just around the corner, it’s only right that we take a look at our fantasy destination for the summer season. In terms of a relaxing departure from the daily grind of things where you can fully enjoy nature’s grandeur at its finest, the Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali is surely the spot.
With the notion that the beauty of an art piece is brought out through the talented artist, the Alila Villas Uluwatu’s splendor would probably not be where it is if it were not for the architects who envisioned it. Woha, the Singaporean architecture firm responsible for this conception, has won numerous international awards and are quite popular to say the least in Southeast Asia. Their concept behind this was to combine refreshing contemporary lines and detailing along with traditional materials to pay homage to local Balinese culture.
Adhering to the Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) principles, the resort is committed to their title of the being the most environmentally friendly hotel in Bali. Alila Villas Uluwatu consists of 34 residential villas and a hotel with 40 villa suites with the choice of one to three bedrooms. For all you techies who cringe at the thought of being disconnected to electronics, fear not. Being the first class luxury resort that Alila Villas Uluwatu is known for, they offer free Wi-Fi, DVD players and computers if separation anxiety with the digital world ever kicks in. But why would you need that when you’re embedded, quite literally, in the heart of what quite possibly could be the most picturesque setting in the world.
I feel like I speak for everyone who lives in a fast paced always-on-the-go lifestyle when I say, this looks to be the ideal the place to go to reunite with nature and leave all your worries behind. Be sure to check out this promo video communicating Alila Hotels and Resorts’ vision.