Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali

An unusual beach featuring black sand. A spa that helps you find your inner harmony. And a journey that takes you back to a 12th century love story.

The Spa Village Resort (it is all three) at Tembok prides itself on being able to instil you with a sense of the authentic tradition of Bali, as well as revealing its historic origins. Two good reasons for selecting Spa Village Resort Tembok as a destination on your luxury, tailor-made vacation to Bali. But there’s a third. As well as showing you the real Bali and introducing you the island’s history, Spa Village will also restore your forgotten sense of your own balance and harmony. Strolling along the black volcanic sand beach – itself a delightful novelty – will naturally relax you, whilst the Spa’s holistic approach to wellness and well-being will de-stress and recharge you; giving you a renewed outlook and a sense of being re-energised.

Spa Village Resort Tembok, at a glance

  • Understated yet luxurious boutique hotel reflecting the soul of Bali
  • Two and a half hours from Denpasar International Airport
  • Choice of 31 guest rooms, including 27 Kamar rooms, plus two suites and two expansive villas
  • Guest rooms have private terraces or balconies, plus en suite bathrooms with sunken marble baths
  • Suites have separate living areas and great garden or sea views
  • Villas have private plunge pools, terraces with pavilions and direct access to the beach
  • Open restaurant with captivating views of the ocean, serving outstanding Indonesian fusion and international cuisine

For leisure and pleasure

  • Intimate spa offering a completely holistic approach to relaxation, rejuvenation and replenishment of your mind, body and soul
  • Yoga and wellness retreats
  • Cultural expeditions around Bali
  • Backroads cycling tours
  • Journey to Tembok to discover the region’s legends and the history of the ancient province of Baling-Kang, beginning with a 12th century love story
  • Visits to Pura Dalem Balingkang – a temple with both Chinese and Balinese influences, and the water palace of Tirtagangga
  • Gina was unfailingly helpful and pleasant at every stage - an asset to your organisation.

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    MB, Australia, New Zealand & French Polynesia, 2016