All Eyes On The Island Of The Gods

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Situated on top of the impressive cliff of Nusa Dua and looking over the breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, the Apurva Kempinski perfectly encapsulates the essence of Indian culture, art and beachfront luxury. This brand new five-star hotel has 475 guest rooms, suites and discreet villas in the private beachfront setting. The hotel has six restaurants, bars and lounges that embrace the sensational natural setting of the area with their indoor/outdoor dining venues. Presenting itself as a majestic open-air theatre, this hotel embodies Indonesian elegance.


Designed by Award- winning architect Budiman Hendropurnomo of UK-based Denton Corker Marshall, the Apurva Kempinski celebrates its surrounding environment such as Bali’s iconic rice paddies. One of the amazing elements of the hotel is the 250-step walkway inspired by Bali’s sacred Pura Besakih water temple that runs through the centre of the resort. Its a perfect getaway for families, couples and business travellers, the hotel is just located 15 mins away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. It is close to famous entertainment and shopping hubs.

The Apurva Kempinski has a generously proportioned design which means it can guarantee exceptional views from all rooms. For those who enjoy exclusivity, the hotel offers a selection of 43 – One Bedroom, Two Bedroom and Three bedrooms Villas. These Villas are spacious and grant privacy with its own pools, lounge areas, tropical gardens with outdoor showers and access to the exclusionary Villa Lounge. There are also 162 exclusive clifftops or oceanfront Junior Suites and 14 Specialist Suites. These suites offer private plunge pools as well as access to the Cliff Lounge. Every Grand Deluxe room features spectacular views.

For food lovers, the Apurva Kempinski hosts a collection of culinary experiences ranging from local delicacies to international cuisines. Koral, Bali’s first aquarium restaurant at Apurva Kempinski offers flavourful and colourful dishes that celebrate Indonesia cuisine. Izakaya by OKU presents some lovely Japanese flavours. Next, Selasar Deli serves delicious refreshments such as the speciality Luwak coffee and the Jamu herbal tonic. Guests who enjoy a spectacle can enjoy the live cooking stations that serve both local and international flavours at All Day Dining Pala Restaurant & Rooftop Bar. Lastly, those who wish for a more casual setting can simply enjoy oceanfront dining at Reef Beach Club or drinks at the poolside Kubu Pool Bar.

One of the main attractions at Apurva Kempinski is the Apurva Spa. With its ocean views, the Apurva Spa resembles a relaxation haven where body and beauty treatments are inspired by the time-honoured Javanese as well as Balinese customs. Guests can enjoy traditional ointments such as lulur, a herb and spice body scrub or even sunrise yoga at the beach. Additionally, treatments will be tailor-made for each guest based on their stages in life. The treatment varies in the oils used and lulur selected which all depends on the specific individual needs.


For more information, please do visit www.kempinski.com