Beginning 4th May, visitors to Bulgari Resort Bali can experience the Michelin-starred cuisine of Chef Luca Fantin as the second edition of Il Ristorante - Luca Fantin opens at the Resort. The restaurant promises to deliver the acclaimed level of expertise that has made the original Bulgari Ginza Tower location one of Tokyo’s finest establishments. Intimate—there are just 36 seats—and atmospheric, Il Ristorante’s menu reflects the Italian origins of the Chef and a fresh, contemporary sensibility. Poised to become one of the archipelago’s standout food and wine experiences, its opening is expected to redefine Bali’s culinary landscape.
Guests looking to infuse their stay with local culture have more ways to do so than ever before. Bulgari Resort Bali introduces a new suite of experiences inspired by Balinese rituals. Mornings begin with neighborhood walks, which include Banjar and traditional houses; after that, yoga is offered each day at 9AM. The afternoon provides travellers ...
Locally known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu (with Luhur meaning “something of divine origin”), Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali's nine key directional temples and one of the most spectacular ones in the entire island.
Perched majestically on the edge of a steep cliff about 150 m above the sea level, it offers a breathtaking panoramic view overlooking Indian ...
The brightness of the Italian Sunday meal comes to Uluwatu with the launch of the new Summer Brunch at Sangkar Restaurant. A sumptuous assortment of fresh seafood, pasta, classic antipasti and irresistible desserts, it channels the exuberance of a sunny day on the Italian Riviera, in a stunning setting overlooking the Indian Ocean.
Bulgari Hotel Roma
The ultimate expression of Bulgari takes shape in the newest Bulgari Hotels & Resorts jewel, its ninth property. Located in the Campo Marzio neighborhood, minutes from the Piazza di Spagna and Via del Corso shopping area, it bridges antiquity and innovation, drawing on myriad influences and inspirations to create a new icon of the Eternal City.