Among the most affluent Bulgari is the synonym for luxury jewelry. But a few years ago Bulgari has branched out into the resort business, which resulted with Bulgari Hotel in Milan and Bulgari Resort in Indonesia.
In 2001 Bulgari founded Bulgari Hotels and Resorts. Bulgari opened its first hotel in Milan in 2004, and a second in Bali in 2006.
Bulgari Resort in Indonesia represents a combination of a traditional Balinese style and the contemporary Italian design. Architects Antonio Cittero and partners designed Bulgari Resort, which is located in the vicinity of the village Pecatu and the cliff top site of Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple.
Bulgari Resort is nested on a hilltop offering stunning views of Indian Ocean, while the resort’s beach is only accessible via resort’s inclined elevator.
There are altogether 59 villas available, but for the high of luxury there is the Bulgari villa, which consists of 3 bedrooms, large living area and state-of-the-art kitchen. But that is not all; you will also have at your disposal a private pool with a meditation pavilion.
At the Bulgari resort there are 2 restaurants Il Ristorante, a nod to the traditional Italian cuisine and Sangkar restaurant that offers a combination of traditional Balinese dishes and a selection of international dishes.
If that is not enough, spa is located on the oceanfront and offers a selection of Asian, Balinese and European treatments and therapies.