Name of resort/hotel
InterContinental Bali Resort
InterContinental Bali Resort is nestled among 14 hectares of tropical landscaped garden, set on a 500-metre stretch of white-sand beach on the shores of Jimbaran Bay. The Resort is a 15-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport and is easily accessible from the island’s many attractions and destinations, including Seminyak, the southern Bukit surf beaches and the cultural attractions of Ubud’s central highlands.
Walking distance to
InterContinental Bali Resort is steps away from the open-air restaurants of Jimbaran Bay, which are famous for their fresh seafood.
Size and style
The resort offers 417 beautifully appointed rooms, suites and private villas housed in six separate wings; blending modern convenience with elements of traditional Balinese architecture.
Three tiers of accommodation are available: Resort Classic, Singaraja and Club InterContinental. All three categories offer different features and benefits.
InterContinental Bali Resort seamlessly accommodates the needs of travellers to Bali, whether it is couples, families, or business travellers.
Yes – Planet Trekkers is the resort’s dedicated childcare facility, designed for young guests aged 4-12 years. It is fully supervised and secure with ample recreational space for fun, culturally inclined indoor and outdoor activities.
InterContinental Bali Resort offers several airport transfer options, ranging from a minivan for five to a Mercedes Benz for two. Each vehicle includes refreshments and complimentary Wi-Fi. Guests are met at the airport upon arrival.
On-site dining and drinking facilities
Jimbaran Gardens: an alfresco setting overlooking the pool and the tranquil waters of the bay for casual all-day dining. With a menu specialising in fresh seafood, wood-fired pizzas and Balinese favourites, Jimbaran Gardens is always a popular dining choice for guests wanting to soak up the seaside ambience of the resort.
Sunset Beach Bar & Grill: guests can unwind with their feet in the sand at this casual beachfront setting overlooking Jimbaran Bay and enjoy fresh salads, tasty grilled food and tropical cocktails.
Taman Gita Terrace: serves an extensive buffet breakfast to resort guests with seating arrangements either indoors in air-conditioned comfort or on a terrace overlooking the resort lagoons.
Ko Restaurant, Teppanyaki and Cocktail Lounge: this award-winning Japanese restaurant takes guests on a journey of culinary indulgence with a choice of concepts that include an a la carte dining room, a Sushi Bar and interactive Teppanyaki counters.
Bella Cucina: open for dinner only, Bella Cucina is an Italian fine-dining alternative that caters for up to 60 guests and features a well-stocked cellar of international wines.
The resort has six pools to choose from.
Yes. Personal trainers are available on request, and body conditioning classes are held weekly.
Spa Uluwatu is an expansive spa complex with an all-white, contemporary design. Use of the steam room, sauna and semi-open jacuzzi is complimentary for guests of the hotel. The InterContinental Signature Massage combines several massage styles from around the world, complemented with a Balinese touch for a relaxing yet invigorating massage.
Eco and community initiatives
InterContinental Bali Resort has made an ongoing commitment to responsible practice, sustainable environmental awareness and the protection of natural resources. Beach cleaning, tree planting, collecting and separating garbage and waste water treatment are a number of eco-friendly activities it operates, alongside renovating houses in the local community and financially supporting orphanages and disadvantaged schools.
Bali isn’t just about tropical beaches, surf and sunshine. InterContinental’s brand concept In The Know is designed to help guests get the most out of their stay— with savvy local know-how on what to see, do and experience. In The Know will encourage guests to delve into activities that get up close and personal with Balinese culture and heritage, from traditional culinary experiences to scouring the lesser-known markets for trinkets, to being invited to watch a traditional village Hindu ceremony.
President of Indonesia Joko Widodo, Miss Universe Australia 2016, Miss America 2014 and Nicolas Saputra, an Indonesian actor.