The St. Regis Bali Resort

Kawasan Pariwisata, Nusa Dua, Lot S6, PO Box 44, Nusa Dua 80363 Indonesia
+62 361 8478111

Hotel History

Launched with a fanfare in 2008 to the applause of luminaries worldwide, the exquisite St. Regis Bali Resort is an iconic luxury property in Nusa Dua, Bali.

Step into The St. Regis Bali Resort’s rainforest gate and be transported to a world of exquisite living. The dramatic yet subtle garden folly’s scale, mist and blue lights exude an aura of mystery and yet invite in a seductive way. The St. Regis Bali Resort was designed by Bill Bensley of Bensley Design Studios based on principles of Balinese culture, as well as taking inspiration from Isamu Noguchi, a prominent Japanese American artist and landscape architect whose artistic career spanned six decades (1920’s to 1980’s).

The overall resort’s design was inspired by the Balinese concept of “Nyegara Gunung” which describes a sacred journey from the mountain to the sea. The term “Nyegara” means sea and “Gunung” means mountain which can also be interpreted as Bali’s holiest temple, located on the highest ground in Bali, Pura Besakih.

The lobby symbolizes the mountain while the Indian Ocean in front of you is of course representing the sea. The long Fire Garden represents a river of flowing water from the mountain to the sea. Alongside the river, everyday Balinese life can be found including daily and cultural activities, temples and villages, represented by the resort’s elegant villa accommodations.

Combining the rich St. Regis legacy touches for every guest who stays at The St. Regis Bali Resort, from arrival to departure, we invite you into a refined world of luxury and exclusivity, into the St. Regis story.

Embracing the very essence of the St. Regis brand is the most exclusive address on the Nusa Dua coastline, our legendary St. Regis butler service and bespoke beyond compare service and the timeless rituals and traditions bestowed upon us by our founders, the aristocratic Astor family. Cherished traditions, such as fresh flowers, afternoon tea and midnight supper, are carried out as flawlessly today as they were a century ago under the discerning eye of Lady Astor. Likewise, the dramatic art of uncorking a bottle of champagne using a saber – sabrage – is still practiced by the St. Regis sommeliers, while after dinner cognac and hand-rolled cigars remain the staple.

The Bloody Mary, a signature cocktail created by Fernand Petiot in the King Cole Bar and Lounge at the St. Regis New York, is given a local twist through new interpretations that reflect the distinct personality of each address.

It is these time-honored traditions and countless others that help to create the air of seemless magic that guests at the St. Regis have come to know and love.

Expansive Salt Water Lagoon
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