First of all, the resort is suites-only, and accommodations start at a roomy 1,000 square feet. Images are limited at this point to entry-level Deluxe suites, with floor plans for the other categories. Lay-outs seem different from the intentional blurring of indoor and outdoor spaces you might expect, showing only a single exposure from the large Balinese-style living rooms, with bedroom and bathroom set further back. Spa suites include private treatment rooms just off of the bathroom and go up to double the size of a Deluxe suite.
Further up, there is the two-bedroom Regent Villa, with private pool, Jacuzzi, and, at over 10,000 square feet, enough space to lose yourself (and whatever company you bring with) in. Aside from the Regent Villa and the 94 suites, there are 25 Regent Residences in various bedroom configurations, set within their own compound and including the use of a dedicated Club House.
All the facilities and amenities of this level of resort are, of course, available, including an infinity lap pool (and separate kids pool), fancy spa with single and couple’s treatments rooms, and a white sandy beach. Light meals are available on the pool terrace, Layang Layang serves Indonesian dishes, and Nyala Beach Club & Grill has international and pan-Asian cuisine.
There are various offers during the resort’s soft opening between June 1st and July 14th. A Deluxe Suite with garden view starts at $357 a night on a stay 3, pay 2 basis, for a total of $1,295 including taxes. This includes round trip airport transfers (Denpasar (DPS) is a twenty-minute drive – and there’s WiFi in the car!), daily breakfast for two, complimentary minibar, 24-hour butler service, evening canapés, and a number of other benefits. The offer is valid multiple times in the same stay, e.g. 6 nights for the price of 4 and so on.
[Photos: Regent Hotels]