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Bali Intercontinental Resort & Spa, Jimbaran, Bali
Secluded within the boundaries of exclusive Jimbaran Bay on the island’s southern coast, the 417-room InterContinental Bali Resort was designed to blend modern convenience with traditional Balinese architecture. Built on the shores of Jimbaran Bay, this hotel in Bali caters to the needs of couples, families and business travellers alike. You can find amenities from sports to sophisticated dining, indulgence of Spa Uluwatu and state-of-the-art business services at this luxury Bali beach resort.
Guests can enjoy a game of tennis or attend yoga classes and the weekly gourmet events. The spa offers a sauna, massage services and a beauty salon. The InterContinental Bali Resort also features 2 swimming pools, water sports, fitness center, business center, childs-club, library with DVD, book and music library.
Rooms & Suits:
The resort offers 417 rooms and suites with Balinese artwork a private terrace and a spacious marble bathroom with amenities and bathtub. All rooms are fitted with air condition, minibar, safe. satellite TV and tea/coffee maker.
Fresh seafood and pizzas are offered at Jimbaran Gardens Restaurant, which features open-air seating and live entertainment. Ko Japanese Restaurant offers fine dinig japanese dishes. Breakfast buffet is served at Taman Gita Terrace. And over 5 bars are available for refreshments. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from Jimbaran Seafood Restaurants.
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- 24 Hours reception
- Beach Club
- Beauty salon
- Car rental
- Catering service
- Children facilities
- Fitness center
- Free WiFi / Internet
- In room: Free toiletries
- In room: Hairdryer
- In room: IDD Telephone
- In room: Ironing board
- In room: Minibar
- In room: Safety Deposit Box
- In room: TV
- Laundry service
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Sun chairs
- Wake up service
- Water sports
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Jimbaran beach and the famous Jimbaran Bay are located on Bali’s southwestern coast of the narrow isthmus connecting the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula. The beach and the bay of Jimbaran offers small secluded areas, where tranquility and peace are the perfect antidote to a stressful world.
A small fishing village located within a beautiful sandy bay of Jimbaran on the southern Bukit peninsula. The few accommodations here range from basic losmen to world class luxury hotels.
Jimbaran is the realm of luxury hotels, the likes of the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay and the InterContinental Bali Resort & Spa.
The pristine white sand beach is protected by a reef and has few waves, making it ideal for families with young children.
A significant part of the beach is lined with restaurants offering the day’s catch at reasonable prices–fresh from the fishing fleet of nearby Kedonganan. Many day-trippers choose to make this the final stop of their journey in order to enjoy Bali’s best seafood assortment while lapping up another spectacular sunset.
Jimbaran has an increasing number of rather chic shops but there is little or no nightlife here. It has the advantage of being a little closer to Kuta and Seminyak and the cultural highlights of Central Bali.
The beach of Jimbaran Bay is famous for its tranquil waters (a true luxury in Bali, known for unforgiving waves and cruel back currents), soft velvety sand and scenic sunsets.
Jimbaran Sefood Restaurants:
Eating seafood on the beach in Jimbaran is a quintessential part of many a visitor’s itinerary when coming to Bali. Jimbaran Bay is home to about fifty grilled seafood restaurants in three different groupings, all set along the beach. The three sections are Muaya (in the very south), Kedonganan (in the middle) and Kelan (north of the fish market). Each of the restaurants is much of a muchness and of the groupings, the most southerly closest to the Four Seasons is the most popular these days. Tables are set up right on the sand and if you sit at the lowest tables at high tide, you can even get your feet wet. The sea breeze is cool, the sunsets are beautiful and the whole area is lit by oil torches after dark.
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AttractionsThings to see:
The beach, Jimbaran Bay is fringed by one of the best beaches in Bali. The sand is fine and white, and the calm waters make it very suitable for swimming, children and adults alike. The southern end of the beach close to the Four Seasons Resort is the quietest but the whole stretch is very pleasant indeed.
Any dreamy day in Jimbaran could end watching the sky morph from raspberry to lavender while strolling by the sea, but for something unique, we suggest having a few lazy laps in the Olympic-size, Versace-style pool of Sundara Beach Club. Owned by the fab Four Seasons Hotel, the Sundaara Beach Club is the epitome of luxury. Thankfully for those who can’t afford to check-in, it’s open for the public to come and enjoy. Sit back at one of the chic cabanas toasting icy Wasabi Martinis to the descending planes beside you; if those folks in the air could see you, they’d know that torturous flight was worth it!
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, often referred to among locals by its acronym ‘GWK’, is a multipurpose open-air site and covering 250 hectares in the hills of Ungasan, several minutes’ drive up from the main Jimbaran area.
New Kuta Green Park is a fun zone and a great leisure destination for the whole family, covering five hectares filled with a variety of pools, slides, lazy rivers and a range of outdoor activities. This water park is a short drive from the Dreamland Luxury Villas & Spa and only a few hundred meters from Bali’s famous Dreamland Beach.
Fish Martket Jimbaran - Jimbaran Bay, originally a fishing village, is now home to a traditional wet market where most of the fresh catches are sourced from in southern Bali. The main market is located in Kedonganan, several hundred meters north from the main Jimbaran coastline, with the western runway of the Ngurah Rai Internatoinal Airport in sight.
Dreamland Beach was the first surf spot and ‘hidden’ beach to rise to fame on Bali’s southern Bukit peninsula. This was before its 400 or so hectares were opened to allow for the development of the Pecatu Indah Resort megaproject. Now open to the public, and dubbed ‘New Kuta Beach’, it still is home to some of the best reef breaks on the island, and continues to attract advanced wave riders from the world over.
Things to do:The "must do" is to get to Jimbaran Bay is to pick a seaside restaurant (some bargaining is allowed) and watch the sunset while your seafood is being BBQ'ed.
The highlights of dining at this beachside food-court are endless: you can pick your snapper, clams, crabs or the whole lobster at the stall, playing the seafood pro and assessing the freshness of the daily catch. Then dip your toes in the sand (or even in the water as some tables are close enough to the sea, but beware of the rising tide!) and soak in this barefoot bliss, stuffing yourself with the grilled underwater goodness.
RestaurantsThe "must do" is to get to Jimbaran Bay is to pick one of the arround 30 seaside seafood restaurant (some bargaining is allowed) and watch the sunset while your seafood is being BBQ'ed.