From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:Once a desolate, sparsely populated rock, the Bukit, Bali's southern peninsula, is now chockablock with luxury resorts; the new kid on the cliff, the 72-villa Banyan Tree Ungasan, offers supreme comfort at a competitive rate. The glory here is the Villa, at 2,500 square feet among the largest standard rooms in the region and tantalizingly livable, with completely separate living and sleeping chambers, a guest toilet, a vast marble bathroom (with a little TV for the tub), and many smart details. The private pool is big enough to swim in, with a jet pool adjoining the day pavilion, itself spacious enough for alfresco private dining. The resort's design is attractive and comfortable, if a bit over-logoed with the brand's leaf motif. Service is prompt and friendly, with a high level of English skills by all staff. The creative contemporary international cuisine at the signature restaurant, Ju-Ma-Na, is excellent, and the bar, a gleaming monument of inner-lit alabaster perched on a breezy terrace overlooking the Indian Ocean, is one of the most romantic spots on Bali2010 Hot List
Which room to book: Villa 218 sits at the far end of the property, with the best ocean and sunset view.Subscribe now to Condé Nast Traveler for just $1 an issue! ›
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