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Padang Padang Beach Surf Resort - Pecatu, Bali. Indonesia

INTRODUCTION

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A masterpiece of true Balinese architectural craftsmanship stands quietly in the centre of the resort, inviting guests to relax in the lounge bar and dine in the restaurant, whilst enjoying panoramic 220-metre cliff frontage ocean views.

 

 Located along Bali’s evocative southern peninsula, in the heart of Indonesia’s premier surf breaks, The Resort inspires the imagination and engages the senses.

 

Thoughtfully designed to blend modern luxury with a minimal impact on the environment, the sustainable boutique resort features 36 rooms, pavilions and villas as well as a season-driven signature restaurant that showcases captivating ocean views.

 

We invite today’s “Rough Luxury Travellers” to discover a new perspective in sumptuous travel, an interactive cultural journey that celebrates a conscious choice to support social-environmental awareness and indigenous design.
 
The resort’s exceptional location welcomes you to explore unparalleled activities and adventures including the secluded white sand beaches and mystical Balinese temples of Uluwatu.

THE ACCOMMODATION

A total of 36 distinctive rooms, pavilions and villas spread amongst 1.5 generous hectares, all featuring panoramic views of the ocean, resort, or gardens.

 

The rooms and villas blend contemporary tropical architecture, western technology and Balinese craftsmanship with modern day comfort.

 

The vaulted ceilings and open-air structures encourage the refreshing ocean breeze to naturally cool the rooms. 

 

Selected rooms, pavilions and villas feature an air-conditioned bed system replacing the traditional air conditioning system, creating the ideal conditions for a restful and revitalizing sleep.

 

All pavilions and villas, including their balconies, are non-smoking. Smoking is allowed on the poolside, as well as the deck of Dugong, the resort’s signature restaurant and lounge bar. 

PAVILIONS

Pentrooms

 Named after the largest species of bamboo, the Pentrooms are all about comfort, view and camaraderie while maintaining affordability, ideal for families or friends traveling together.

 

  • 1 bedroom for 2 people (king bed or two single beds)
  • 1 mezzanine capacity by an additional one or two people(single- or queen-sized bed)
  • A large circular open-air bathroom, with shower and double sinks
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • 61-72 square meters in size
  • Energy-efficient air-conditioning system
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

Pavilions

The Pavilions exhibit the very essence of our concept. Wooden floors and walls, built using regenerated ironwood from the old pontoons and ingenious decks of Borneo, give a natural, yet contemporary look with a rustic edge.

 

  • 1 bedroom for 2 people (king size beds with air-conditioned bed system)
  •  Flexibility of an added daybed to extend the sleeping capacity
  • Wooden flooring and walls
  • Double-layered roofs
  • Traditional alang alang grass roofing protects the outside
  • Hand-woven Ajiro Rattan adorns interior ceilings, highlighting indigenous craftsmanship from local weavers in the Kapuas region of Borneo.
  • Wooden sliding doors
  • Private terraces
  • Wide teak wood shutters
  • Comfortable lounge chairs 
  • An indulgent bathroom, with a separate toilet, shower area, and double vanity copper-lined sink carved from solid repurposed merbau bridge rafters. Natural stone from the island of Sumba form the walls of the bathroom. 
  • 84 square meters in size
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

VILLAS

Masterpieces of the resort, the villas are well-placed on the cliffside of the resort compound, providing 180-degree view of Bali’s amazing waves and breathtaking sunsets.

 

Wan Villa

The two Wan Villas are connected to each other via a wooden bridge, mainly built from repurposed ironwood, with windows from repurposed bangkirai or commonly known as Yellow Balau.

 

Designed to provide versatility and privacy, each W Villa may be reserved together as a unit, comprising three suites, or as individual suites.

 

120-square-metre Pool is located in front of the two villas.

 

2 Deluxe Ocean Suites

  • Second floor
  • airy bedroom
  • A kitchenette
  • A terrace
  • Private dining area with panoramic views of the ocean
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

 

4 Ocean Suites

  • Ground floor
  • Air-conditioned bed system
  • Ocean views
  • Spacious bedroom
  • Low-overhang bamboo roofs 
  • Main doors are crafted from solid repurposed teak wood
  • An artful decorative texture, produced from teak tree bark residual material, adds a rustic touch.
  • Open-air bathroom features a separate toilet, shower and double vanity copper-lined sinks carved from solid repurposed merbau beams.
  • 87 square metres each suit and when reserved together as a unit 260 square meters.
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

Cliff Villa

The Cliff Villas are perched on the cliffside overlooking the Indian Ocean.

 

The villa entrance is designed to resemble that of a traditional Balinese house, with ornately carved teak wood double doors and a wooden deck that leads to a large open gazebo.

 

Underneath the gazebo is a sunken dining area and comfortable open-air lounge with daybeds and plush cushions. Enjoy a leisurely swim in the private swimming pool or relax under the canopy, as low alang alang roofs shade from the sun.

 

The main pavilion houses

Suite 1

  • Bedroom with ensuite bathroom
  • The floorings and walls are built from teak wood
  • Bathroom natural, yet rustic look with a Colonial edge.
  • Wooden sliding doors
  • Terraces
  • Overlook the pool, rooftop gardens and the ocean
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

 

Suite 2

  • Secluded and luxurious, this suite is a place to dream and thoughtfully designed to awaken the senses and inspire romance.
  • Indulgent terrace
  • Infinite views that extends beyond the sea
  • Ceilings and floors are built from painted ceramics. 
  • 225 square metres
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

Bau Villa

Inspired by Indonesia’s last nomadic sea gypsies, Bau Villa is carved into natural contours and nestled into the protected cliffside on the sea frontage of the Bukit limestone.

 

Simply breath-taking, Bau Villa defines the quintessential Bali family home and offers spanning views of four world-renowned surf breaks including Padang Padang, Impossibles, Bingin and Dreamland. 

 

Bau Villa comprises two separate two-storey buildings. Upon entering the villa, guests are greeted with an enchanting oval open-air gazebo with a formal dining and living area.

 

Contemporary marquetry and smart cabinetry form the railings of the formal dining space. Wide sofas with plush cushions create a comfortable sitting area, while a low roof overhang protects the buildings from direct sunlight and frames the stunning seascape. 

 

 

The large kitchen opens to a relaxed dining area complete with a personal bar, perfect for the whole family to interact and spend quality time together.

 

Affectionately decorated and personalised with an ingenious touch, each room is adorned with unique pieces that gives it a rich feel and deep character. 

Villa offers a total private space is 750 square metres.

 

Bau Villa offers a total of four bedrooms: three indoor bedrooms and room-of-a-poet, a see-through standalone pavilion cleverly constructed with netting. Room-of-a-poet offers pool views that extend to the ocean.

 

3 INDOOR BEDROOMS

  • Artistic natural stone flooring
  • Hand-woven rattan ceilings
  • wooden walls create a distinct personal space
  • wide wooden shutters
  • 2 spacious terraces
  • Swimming pool
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower with hot and cold water
  • Wireless internet access
  • Pre-order mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Natural personal amenities
  • Mineral water
  • Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request

FACILITIES

Dining Restaurant

Inspired by the region’s natural surroundings and locally grown ingredients found in a traditional kitchen, Dugong Restaurant invites guests to experience Indonesia on a plate.

 

Local ingredients, abundantly available and typically sourced within a 50-kilometre radius, allow for flexibility and innovation, as they are presented into a modern menu.

 

Dine under the authentic bamboo roof, accompanied by stunning views of the sparkling Indian Ocean and cool sea breeze. 

 

Dugong Restaurant is open daily for breakfast from 7.30 AM to 10 AM, lunch from 12 PM to 5 PM and dinner from 5 PM to 11 PM.

Dugong Lounge & Bar

Situated adjacent to the restaurant, the Lounge & Bar offers a relaxed, shared dining experience through its innovative menu.

 

Encouraging a more sociable way of dining, dishes are presented in smaller serving sizes and are placed in the middle of the table to share.

 

Aligned with the restaurant’s food concept, local ingredients and the traditional flavours of Indonesia are the inspiration of the all-day menu.

 

The cliffside location, paired with the spanning ocean view, provide an alluring setting to relax and watch Bali’s magical sunsets.

 

Dugong Lounge & Bar is open daily from 10 AM to 10 PM. 

 

In-room Dining

Available from 7 AM to 11 PM

Swimming pools

PUBLIC POOLS

  • Main Pool – 180 square metres of swimmable area with 1.40 metre depth, located by the resort’s main bamboo structure, and offers panoramic views of the Indian Ocean
  • Kids Pool – 35 square metres of swimmable area and 0.45 metre depth, located adjacent to the Main Pool
  • W Pool – 120 square metres and 1.40 metre depth, located by the W Suites on the East side of the resort

 

PRIVATE POOLS

  • Three 50-square-metre pools, available at each of the Cliff Villas
  • One 60-square-metre pool at the Bau Villa

Resort Services

  • Multi-lingual staff
  • Concierge desk
  • 24-hour Front Desk
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry
  • Dry cleaning
  • Transportation service.

 

 

THE ACTIVITIES

ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCES

Balinese food experience with Bali Asli

Explore an authentic culinary experience at Bali Asli, tucked within the lush rice paddy fields of Karangasem on Bali’s culturally rich east coast.

Discover the sensational flavours of Balinese cuisine, prepared in a traditional Balinese style kitchen.

Bali Asli presents a scrumptious menu of island classics, brimming with premier ingredients sourced from those who fish, farm and forage in the nearby fields, ocean and jungle.

Natural Wonders

BEDUGUL – LAKE BERATAN, ULUN DANU TEMPLE, BOTANIC GARDENS

Situated within verdant hinterlands north of Ubud, the cool hillsides of Bedugul offer a fresh perspective on island life.

Our guide will introduce you to the wonders of Lake Beratan, an expansive body of tranquil water that is famous for its temple.

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is an exquisite masterpiece of Balinese design that shouldn’t be missed.

To experience a peek into the magical world of Bali’s local fauna and flora, you will also enjoy a peaceful walk within Bedugul’s refreshing Botanical Gardens.

 

AMED & TULAMBEN FOR DIVING

Bali’s enchanting east coast is a Mecca for divers and snorkellers.

Offering several exciting underwater destinations for a variety of skill levels! Amed and Tulamben are a natural draw for adventurers of all ages.

Tulamben is home to the famous USAT Liberty shipwreck, which can be explored via scuba or snorkel.

Safe and shallow indigo waters, bursting with colourful coral and vibrant sea life, complement Amed’s exotic smooth black stone coastline.

 

WATERFALLS

Explore a path less travelled to one of Bali’s captivating waterfalls.

Allow our guide to immerse you within the island’s beguiling natural beauty.

Moss covered stone banks, pristine streams and rivers, and chilly waterfall blessings are all a part of the adventure.

Don’t forget to keep an eye out for one of Bali’s exotic tropical birds.

 

MOUNT BATUR TREK

Mount Batur volcano in Kintamani is Bali’s third highest peak and is considered as one of the island’s most sacred mountains.

Choose from a hiking or bicycling trekking adventure to see the spectacular sunrise over Mount Batur, relax in a hot spring, or enjoy the exhilaration of riding downhill past traditional villages and inspiring scenery.

Culture & Artisan

ULUWATU TEMPLE & KECAK DANCE

Perched at the edge of a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean, one of Bali’s most dramatic cultural performances comes to life at sunset at Uluwatu Temple.

Starting daily at 6pm, experience a Balinese male chorus as they chant in unified rhythm.

This mystical temple was built in the 11th century and rises 100 metres above the sea.

 

UBUD AND MAMBAL – BAMBU INDAH, GREEN SCHOOL, JOHN HARDY

Explore the world of bamboo along the bewitching river banks south of Ubud.

Charming architectural styles from across the archipelago can be seen at Bambu Indah, a discreet boutique resort overlooking the Ayung River.

Take a peek behind the scenes at the world’s greenest school, Green School, the original vision of former jeweller and Green School co-founder, John Hardy.

The John Hardy jewellery collection is still produced in Hardy’s nearby bamboo factory, where you will see the inspiration for the designer’s fascination with bamboo.

 

TANAH LOT

Built in the 16th-century, along the black sands of Bali’s rugged south western coastline, Tanah Lot is the island’s most famous water temple.

Emerging from sapphire blue seas, the famous temple is built directly on a distinctive rock formation that should be accessed at low tide.

Tanah Lot is a truly mystical venue to celebrate another glorious sunset in paradise, and offers truly exquisite photo opportunities for your holiday album.

Retail Therapy

SEMINYAK

Seminyak is Bali’s top destination for cosmopolitan boutiques featuring quality craftsmanship from international designers.

Explore Jalan Raya Seminyak, Jalan Laksmana and Jalan Petitenget amongst others, where you will find a bevy of irresistible shops including resort inspired silk designs at Quarzia, urban chic yoga wear from WE’AR, and Italian inspired linens at Biasa.

 

BATUBULAN

Located south of Ubud and north of Sanur, Batubulan is a haven for collectors in search of unique stone carvings.

From miniature animals to larger-than-life deities, the village’s carvers have carried on their family’s tradition for generations.

You will see many carvers, from young to old, sitting in front of their shops.

Visitors are always welcome to sit for a while, watching as gray volcanic stone is whittled into a timeless keepsake.

 

CELUK VILLAGE

Celuk is Bali’s major centre for silversmiths and goldsmiths, offering a range of designs that range from very simple to highly ornate.

If you have ever dreamed of seeing your own idea turned into reality, Celuk’s master artisans are renowned for being able to produce exactly what you are looking for.

Choose from an extensive selection of exquisitely crafted bracelets, necklaces, earrings and rings.

 

UBUD

Bali’s master painters are exhibited worldwide and are noted for their uninhibited imagination, distinctive style and precise workmanship.

The island’s most famous museums and galleries include Neka, Agung Rai, ARMA, and Puri Lukisan.

For the Family

BALI SAFARI & MARINE PARK

Enjoy an authentic safari experience in Bali at the home of hundreds of amazing animals representing over 60 species, including some rare and endangered species such as the Komodo, Orang Utan, and the Bali Mynah.

Choose to enjoy your safari journey on elephant back with the unforgettable Elephant Back Safari and interact with your favorite animal up close at the Animal Encounter space.

 

WATERBOM

Described as an oasis in the middle of the famous Kuta stretch, Waterbom Bali is situated in a lush tropical garden setting with many great rides and attractions.

Exciting water slides slice through 3.8 hectares of landscaped tropical parks providing hours of fun and entertainment for the young and the young at heart!

There are 101 ways to fill 24 hours each day with thrilling activities on land and in water.

 

BALI ELEPHANT PARK

Get up close and personal with rescued Sumatran elephants in a beautiful tropical park setting.

Elephants can be seen immersing themselves in the park lake, in between riding, painting or other activities.

Hand feed them, touch them, take photos with them, then learn more about the elephants ancestry and diversity at the Park’s historical and graphic displays.

A 200-seat restaurant overlooking the lake is ideal for a relaxed meal in a unique setting.

 

BALI TREE TOP

Located in the cool hinterlands north of Ubud, Bali Treetop Adventure Park is a fun activity set in a grassy forest adjacent to the Bali Botanical Garden.

Activities include 7 Adventure Circuits, from one tree to another, with heights ranging between 2 – 20 metres.

There are 72 challenges for all level and ages including suspended bridges, spider nets, Tarzan jumps, flying-fox, flying swings, and many more.

 

BALI BIRD PERK

The innovative Bali Bird Park arrived on Bali’s tourism scene more than 20 years ago.

Offering over 1,000 birds and 250 exotic species, you will be taken on a unique avian journey across the Indonesian archipelago, Latin American, Africa and Australia.

Visitors are invited to interact with specially trained hawks during supervised shows and to marvel at the beautiful collection of birds walking freely around the lushly landscaped grounds.

Neighbouring Island

NUSA LEMBONGAN

Conveniently accessible via a 30-minute fast boat ride, Nusa Lembongan is a small island located off Bali’s southeast coast.

Offering an enchanting day getaway, you can enjoy surfing, snorkelling, diving and magnificent scenery.

The water is crystal clear and abundant with marine life and healthy coral.

You can also see and learn about Bali’s seaweed farming industry, located along the shores of Nusa Lembongan’s white sand beaches.

 

KOMODO ISLAND

Komodo is the rugged habitat of the 3-metre long Komodo dragon monitor lizard.

Komodo National Park covers the entire region and contains more than 4,000 dragons, as well as rusty-red volcanic hills, savannah and forests.

Its surrounding waters of seagrass beds, mangrove shrublands and coral reefs are famous for diving.

LOCATION & GETTING HERE

Location

Redefining the art of mindful luxury travel on Bali’s rustic Bukit Peninsula, in the heart of Indonesia’s premier surf breaks, our Resort blends in harmoniously with its exclusive hillside position overlooking Padang Padang beach.

 

Situated a mere 20 kilometres from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), Suarga’s iconic surf and leisure coastline embodies the Southeast Asian dream of scintillating aquamarine seas, powdery white sand beaches and distinctive rock formations.

Getting Here

We provide you airport transfer services for up to 4 persons.

 

Please advise whether you have oversized luggage such as surfboards as the Pick-up van is limited to maximum 2 Surfboards.

PRICES & PACKAGES

 

ACCOMMODATION PRICES

Muso Pentroom

between 250 and 290 USD

Ulin Pavilion                  

between 300 and 350 USD

Wantilan Ocean Suite   

between 320 and 360 USD

Wantilan Deluxe Suite  

between 360 and 395 USD

Jurang villa (2 bdr)        

between 700 and 850 USD
Bajau villa (4 bdr)           between 1200 and 1500 USD

Room Rates are inclusive of Breakfast for 2 people.

Transfer to/from airport 30 USD each way (up to 4 people)

 

Extra Person Policy

  • Extra person in villa per night above 6 years inclusive of Breakfast is an additional cost as per the below policy – price is subject to 21% Government Tax & Service Charge.
  • Child below 6 year of age : Free of charge
  • Child between 6 year and 17 year of age: 40 USD++ per person.
  • 2 Children between 6 year and 17 year of age: 65 USD++ for 2 children.
  • Adult 18 year of age and above: 75 USD++ per person.
  • No charge for one (1) child under 6 years in existing bedding sharing with two (2) adults or usage of a Baby Cot. Includes Breakfast.
  • Check out is 12pm | Check in is 2pm.

Children Policy

  • No charge for children under 5 years old sharing existing bedding 
  • Extra beds for children up to 17 years old at USD 40++ / night (includes breakfast) 
  • Extra beds for adults over 18 years old at USD 70++ / night (includes breakfast) 

Group Booking Policy

  • Group Booking (8 rooms or more must be booked to be deemed a group)
  • A non-refundable deposit of 10% of accommodation package is required to secure a group reservation
  • A second non-refundable deposit of 40% is due 3 months prior to the arrival date
  • Final payment is due 7 days prior to arrival
  • All deposits are non-refundable
  • If the booking is decreased then conditions will apply to the rooms cancelled
  • Exclusivity of the resort will be available upon request, please contact us for more details.

 

LOW SEASON HIGH SEASON PEAK SEASON
January 16th to March 23rd March 24th to July 2nd July 15th to August 28th
October 31st to Dec. 22nd August 29th to October 30th December 9th to January 9th
 

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