Begin the beautiful journey of marriage with a once-in-a-lifetime trip to exotic island. Rich with honeymoon inspiration, Bali’s most seductive hotels welcome newlyweds seeking something truly unforgettable.
Set in a Lush Tropical Garden with Four Swimming Pools overlooking the Ocean, Blue Moon Villas is the perfect place to relax in Amed, East Bali. Our Unique Boutique Resort nestles on a small headland overlooking the Bali Sea with access to the beach below us. Spectacular Ocean Views to the far Horizon and a Magnificent back drop of Majestic Mountains provide a perfect location.
We have a choice of Seventeen Rooms/Villas & FOUR infinity edged swimming pools. Stunning sunrise can be witnessed over the Bali seas and the island of Lombok. An abundance of brightly coloured jukung fishing boats come home each morning with their catch. The evening skies are lit by the sunset and days pass peacefully here with an old fashioned Balinese grace and charm. The night sky is a feast of stars, as there is no light pollution.
Alaya Hotels and Resorts is a premier accommodation brand that selects distinct destinations for its properties. The company’s mission is to merge a new generation of hospitality and refined service standards with classic contemporary interiors and innovative space. Alaya properties are well appreciated by millennial couples and families who thirst for interesting travel opportunities and personalized experiences.
Guests arriving at Lv8 Resort Hotel find themselves immersed in an ambience of timeless colonial chic infused with understated tropical elegance. Located directly on Canggu Beach, which was selected by CNN as one of the top beaches in the world, we welcome you to discover an affordable, luxurious and romantic all-suite destination among beachfront resorts in Bali.
Set into the side of the Tjampuhan valley in Bali’s cultural heartland of Ubud, Pita Maha Resort & Spa is a jewel overlooking the beautiful River Oos. From the lobby and restaurant area, the natural beauty of the Ubud foothills is immediately apparent.
Rich in history, the Tjampuhan area has been the focal point of Bali’s artistic Community since 1934. The prince of Ubud, Tjokorda Gde Agung Sukawati, joined forces with the celebrated western artists Walter Spies and Rudolf Bonnet to establish a creative association they named “Pita Maha”. The group, whose name in English means “great shining”, was designed foster and promote the talent of local artists.