My husband and I stayed here on our first nights in Bali. From the airport pick up to our last day the service was more than phenomenal. The staff greeted us at the front with a drink and ceremony. They took care of us our whole trip and they were amazing! The breakfast and food was more than delicious. I would definitely come back again.
If you want away from the hustle and bustle and relax in a paradise come here! My wife, 8m old son and I stayed for 5 nights! It is very secluded (takes 15 minutes just to walk uphill to get to the main road), yet this is its charm! Completely different to Kuta and Seminyak vibe. You have the most amazing ocean views, serene infinity pools
Very good view for hotel, room was huge but condition of toilet is a bit old. Sofa and bed are okay Breakfast is great , come with a lot of choice but the bbq dinner is a bit hot without any fan. maybe during that time night was no wind at all.
My family was here for me and my wife's wedding. Everything was done impeccable. From the chapel wedding arrangement, to the in-villa dining afterwards. My wife and I were completely blown away by the attention of details. Ms Priscilla and all the staffs are an inspiration; you guys definitely leave a remarkable impression to international travelers like us.
The Uluwatu Resort by Anantara was always in my radar while planning our honeymoon, but was just hesitant if we could afford it. But booking directly (via hotels website) we were able to get a very sweet deal almost in line with the best price year round. Upon arrival we were just blown away with the shear beauty of the location and what it had to offer in terms of intimacy and disconnection with nature. Ladies at the reception were exceptional with us and only treated us with smiles and laughs. Like to raise a thanks specifically to Hard for the amazing warm reception she gave throughout our short but lovely one day stay. If you are reading this, I highly recommed you make the effort to try to experience a night here (especially the ocean front suites), it truly was one of the highlights to our Bali trip.…
Friendly staff and mainly the manager, at that time was mr fikri, lost a mobile phone due to large rooms 😁 and they found it weeks later..nice place to stay, looking forward to vouchers and discounts in the futures to come 😄😄😄
Amazing hotel located along the cliff with friendly and helpful staff. Wonderful variety of breakfast spread with ample healthy choices as well. However, wifi connection throughout the hotel could be improved, and jacuzzi in villa is not working during our stay. Other than that, overall a great experience to unwind and relax.
Suitable for those who are looking for quiet holiday. The hotel is beautiful situated at the clif. Staffs are very friendly. Nice sea view , love the size of the suite , 84 sqm , wide spread of selection of food for breakfast. Must book their in-house complimentary free photography which make our holiday special. Not suitable for seniors as there are many steps to walk up and down. No nearby shops around therefore you need to charter a car to go any places.
We stayed in multiple hotels in Bali during this trip, where the Anantara Uluwatu came out as second most expensive of our trip, but I’d rate it the by far lowest. We paid top dollar for this stay in an ‘Oceanview Pool Suite’ at about an equivalent of €375 per night. When you pay top dollar you should also be able to have expectations that align with the amount paid and that’s where things did go wrong. Overall the property looked pretty run down and everything was screaming for maintenance. It looked like no upkeep was ever done since the opening a long time ago, so that things felt rather shabby, broken, rusty, molded or simply dirty and were not in line with the amount paid. Our room looked really worn out and with what they’re pretending to be, this should have really taken out of service for some serious restoration. Our closet door always rolled open and it was impossible to keep it closed, so that the closet light stayed on all night shining into the room. The fridge could have needed some deep cleaning to get the mold out. The bathroom had an interesting setup where you had to go through the shower to reach the toilet and to operate the shower you had to bend down on knee level. Once you took a shower with both glass doors closed, the toilet got completely flooded as there was no real barrier and the shower drain looked clogged so that the toilet became unusable or rather unreachable. It took housekeeping about 15 minutes to get the water out again. The restaurant had the ambiance and looks of a high school canteen, though the food was surprisingly good (we were their only guests for dinner). The restaurant is called 360, though I’m not sure what the name is based on as the view was about 180 degrees from the best vantage point. The pool area was alright, though rather hot due to the lack of vegetation around. The mattresses on the sun loungers looked interesting, torn in places and with a lot of stains or maybe mold. On our day of departure additional cover sheets appeared that gave it a much tidier look, but maybe they’re only doing this during the weekend. They have an old elevator down to the beach, which is operated by one of the employees and is an experience in itself. They drop you on a little pier towards the beach, which looked like it might be collapsing anytime and was missing the last few steps of the stairs. Instead they put up a cable to hold onto and tumble down or use to pull yourself back up onto the pier. The amenities in the bathroom are basic and body lotion is only supplied if you ask and then feels as if it has been watered down in the dispenser, which both feels weird for the price bracket they’re operating in, so make sure to bring your own amenities. When I asked the front desk, as a rhetorical question, whether all their units are in such a poor and tired state, they were quick to offer an upgrade with 2 categories to choose from to try and save the situation. This made it slightly better, though the same maintenance issues, broken or chipped tiles, tired furniture with cigarette burn holes, lack of hot water, clogged drains etc became apparent very quickly again. I would have preferred to leave after my first night, but that wasn’t an option for them. There was a lot of ‘apologies for the inconvenience caused’ and the same will probably be added as a standard response to this review together with the quote that they’re disappointed they couldn’t meet their high standards. Yet, what they should probably do, is close down for some time for serious restoration work and a deep clean, as the same issues seem to have been reported by other reviewers before and yet they act surprised. This gives me the feeling the owner is just trying to milk the property without making any further investments until it really breaks down or becomes too much of a security issue and the staff just has to deal with the disappointed or angry guests whenever it happens. I really regret having stayed here and would have preferred to spend my money elsewhere, where there’s plenty more value for your buck. It’s ok for a property to be older as long as it’s maintained well, like others in the same price bracket, ie Oberoi in Seminyak or The Bale in Nusa Dua, can do perfectly. I hope that the state of this property is not exemplary for the Anantara brand overall. Even if you set your expectations really low when staying here, you might still be in for some disappointment.…
My husband and I had the most wonderful long awaited holiday in Bali. This was our first time staying at Anantara and we loved it. The staff were so beautiful and nothing was too much to ask for. We had very relaxing massages in the Spa and enjoyed all the restaurants and especially breakfast every day. Sitting by the pool was absolute heaven