Located in the epicentre of Kuta, Bali’s bustling tourist area dotted with beachfront resorts, boutiques, and a swinging party scene, the Anvaya Resort Bali offers a luxurious tropical escape in the heart of it all.
Anvaya, the sanskrit word for “connection”, is exactly what you’ll feel as soon as you enter those doors. Boasting true Balinese hospitality and the desire to make strong connections with each and every guest, the staff will go above and beyond to make you feel right at home in the Island of Gods.
Despite its proximity to all of Bali’s hotspots and prime commercial areas, Anvaya Resort feels like a hidden sanctuary where you can truly relax and enjoy all the best of the island — from its lively club scene to its laid back beaches.
Here, you have the option to spend your days just taking in the beauty of the captivating Indian Ocean, or exploring the colorful town just right outside the lobby.
The sprawling resort has a total of 493 thoughtfully designed suites and villas, which come with modern amenities and all the trimmings of a five-star accommodation.
All rooms come standard with complimentary WiFi access, premium Acca Kappa brand toiletries, and a smart TV where all the commands, information, and requests can be found.
You can also enjoy free access to the lobby and departure lounge for early and late check-in.
If you would much rather stay-in, finding activities to pass the time will never be a problem. The resort is home to a vast number of recreational facilities for guests.
Health buffs can begin their days with an exhilarating yoga or aqua aerobics session, or sweat it out at the fitness center. Pick up football matches and beach volleyball games are also popular among guests.
But of course, simply lazing around on a sun lounger by the pool, is always a good way to spend the day. Top it off with a cool cocktail from the pool bar, and you’re pretty much set for your entire stay.
You simply can’t leave the Anvaya Resort without a trip to the Sakanti Spa. Not your ordinary massage center, each “ritual” is performed by their expertly trained therapists, and tailored to each individual’s preference.
Even before the ritual begins, the spa’s ambiance alone will leave you in a sense of ease and weightlessness.
Visit after a long day of exploring the colorful town, and leave renewed.
Restaurants at the Anvaya showcase both the traditional and the modern Balinese way of cooking as well as world-class international fares.
Kunyit is a Balinese restaurant through and through. From its classic interiors to the whiff of Sate being cooked, there’s no other place to go for a taste of the originals.
The restaurant is known for their Megibung meals, which means all main dishes are served in one plate to encourage sharing among friends and families.
Sands and Wine Cellar is a modern contemporary restaurant, particularly famous for their extensive buffet spread. Cooking stations of all kinds of cuisines can be found around the dining area.
While the restaurant is mostly casual in setting, more intimate occasions can be spent in the impressive, walk-in wine cellar, whose walls are covered from floor to ceiling with new and old-world wines.
For light snacks and midday cravings the lobby lounge or the Anvaya Pool Bar are available.
The Anvaya Resort Bali is just a 10-minute drive away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar).
It’s also only few minutes away from some of Bali’s top dining, shopping, and entertainment destinations. But because the property is off the main road, you won’t really feel the buzzing and hectic vibe of Kuta.
Private van transfers – The resort offers private shuttle airport shuttle services for guests. This can be arranged prior the your arrival, and comes with an additional fee.
Taxi – Bali is very tourist-friendly, so you won’t have a hard time finding a taxi to take you to your resort. Since it’s just 1.3 kilometers away, make sure that you’re getting a fair price.
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