Hidden in the heart of the rainforest is the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan. The nearby Ayung River winds alongside the resort through the luscious green surroundings. The expansive gardens and naturally occurring lotus ponds on the property are set back from flourishing rice fields below. To enter the resort you must walk over a wooden footbridge. It overlooks the stunning landscape and showcases the luxuriously manicured landscapes that Four Seasons have become so well know for over many years.
There are plenty of options for the guests when it comes to accommodation; 18 elegant suites are situated in the main resort building or there are 42 villas that are scattered across the grounds if you require a more intimate experience during your stay.
Expertly decorated with hand-loomed Sulawesi silk upholstery, each of the suites has a uniquely opulent feeling about them. Also, they feature a separate living areas and bedrooms over either one or two levels depending on which configuration suits your party best. The villas differ slightly as they have garden and river views, each with their own private plunge pool and outdoor shower.
A stay in Ubud would not be complete without a little balancing of the body and soul. The Four Seasons Spa boasts world class facilities catered to both families and couples. Offering a selection of Balinese treatments including your typical spa and massage menu options and also some more alternative opportunities including – chakra balancing, yoga and Ayuvedic practices.
Dining at The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan is an exquisite experience, whether you choose to eat in the comfort of your own room or at one of three restaurants and lounges located around the resort’s ample grounds. If you are in need of something private but a touch more romantic than your room, then dinner can be arranged next to one of many lotus pools, most breathtaking at sunset of course.
You can expect a mix of traditional Balinese cuisine and international food put together by a team of professionally trained chefs. If you desire a more hands on approach to your meals then you also have the opportunity to participate in a Balinese cooking class, which includes a visit to the local markets in Ubud with one of the highly qualified Four Seasons chefs.