The 72-villa Umana Bali opens, representing Hilton’s first luxury offering in South East Asia under its LXR Hotels & Resorts portfolio.
Umana Bali joins the exclusive collection of LXR Hotels & Resorts properties. It is owned by PT Surya Semesta Internusa Tbk and managed by Hilton.
“LXR Hotels & Resorts presents a tremendous opportunity for Hilton’s Asia Pacific luxury growth. Following the brand’s successful regional launch in Kyoto, welcoming another stunning LXR resort in Bali underscores our commitment to expanding our world-class luxury brands in the most sought-after destinations. With its coveted location and exclusive positioning, Umana Bali is set to shape a new generation of luxury travel in Bali,” said Alan Watts, President, Asia Pacific, Hilton.
The resort is located on Bali’s southernmost tip at Ungasan, overlooking Melasti Beach and the Indian Ocean. The property spans across terraces of limestone cliffs – reminiscent of uma, or ancient rice paddy fields, after which it is named.
About the resort
One-bedroom villas start from 403-square-metres in size, with each featuring its own private infinity-edge pool and outdoor hot tub.
Meanwhile, the three-bedroom Umana Pool Villa spans 1,200-square-metres and has its own 25-metre infinity pool and comes with dedicated butler service. It can cater for larger, multigenerational families or groups.
The resort also features a clifftop chapel where sunset weddings can be hosted. There’s also a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a kids’ club.
Guests can experience ancient healing traditions and contemporary therapies at The Lohma Spa, such as its namesake treatment ‘The Lohma Spa’, which is a signature Indonesian massage that utilises energised gemstones to revitalise the body.
Other therapies include collective sound healing; holotropic breathwork for self-exploration; and cold-water immersions.
More than 80 per cent of the produce served at Umana Bali is sourced from local farms. Chefs also draw upon house-grown ingredients from its own hydroponic herb and vegetable garden.
Mediterranean cuisine is served at the clifftop restaurant, Oliverra; while South East Asian fare is the order of the day at Commune, with an interactive show kitchen.
Handcrafted cocktails are served at the Pad Pool Bar, overlooking the Indian Ocean. At Mer Lounge, guests can create their own refreshments from its minibar. Launching in April 2024 is Uma Beach House, with Miami-inspired design influences and Peruvian dishes.
Umana Bali is part of Hilton Honors, the guest-loyalty program for Hilton’s 22 hotel brands. To celebrate the resort’s opening, Hilton Honors members will receive 10,000 bonus points with a minimum stay of three nights booked from December 1, 2023, to May 31, 2024.
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