The 207-room hotel offers Clay Craft Restaurant, which is the hotel’s signature dining venue, while Double Ikat Restaurant offers a cooking studio that allows guests to learn the techniques of Indonesian cookery.
The Pool Bar is also available, as is R Bar which is located in the hotel’s lobby that offers some of Bali’s best views and provides for an energetic evening gathering place that features live music, canapés, cocktails, craft beers and fresh juices.
Additionally, the hotel also manages Roosterfish Beach Club, located near the hotel. For guests looking to rejuvenate, the hotel’s spa offers 11 treatment rooms.
“The spectacular new Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa sets the stage for discovering the beautiful island of Bali,” said George Fleck, vice president, global marketing and management, Renaissance Hotels. “The hotel joins the current global portfolio of more than 160 hotels, with 15 new hotels scheduled to open in Asia-Pacific over the next two years.”