For trendy ocean front luxury Bali resorts and villas, Samabe, a newly built resort, is a cool place to be! Many resorts in Bali claim to offer great ocean views, but none are like Samabe, where you truly feel like you are right on the sea front. Sitting at the top of a cliff of Southern Nusa Dua, Samabe presents an amazing ocean panorama, which you can enjoy even from the bath tub in your room through the glass window.
Samabe’s ocean front suite truly presents a stunning view! It feels like you are right above the sea. The room is huge, comfortable, and beautifully furnished with high quality amenities and modern décor. Both the suites and the villas are spacious and feature large, luxurious bathrooms. In the villas, elegant chandeliers are dangling from the ceiling. The thatched roof of the villas and the contemporary Asian styling touches, remind you that you are somewhere exotic.
If you prefer to stay in your room, you will be very comfortable, as your butler will help you with anything you need. The private swimming pool, should you choose a room with one, is an absolute delight. The relaxing ambience in the room is enhanced by the sound of waves rolling on to the shore. The crystal clear turquoise water of the Indian Ocean is a joy to the eyes, warms your heart, and puts a smile on your face. Oh how beautiful is our nature!
Luxury All-Inclusive Resort
The all-inclusive package is a great option, if you do not like a surprise bill when checking out. It gives you a multitude of extra benefits and is very reasonably priced. For just $120 surcharge per night, you receive meals and drinks which are available 24 hours a day, daily cocktail hours including beers, house wines, and spirits from 5PM-12AM, unlimited laundry service, late check out until 4PM, a free mini-bar, daily afternoon tea, a daily fresh fruit platter, 24 hour butler service, and much more.
You literally do not have to leave the resort, since there are lots of activities going on every day. Samabe signature activities are a fantastic way to enjoy the Bali experience. They include things such as: a massage at their spa, a Balinese cooking class, a Batik painting class, Balinese costume dressing, a private snorkeling tour, a private sunset tour to Uluwatu followed by Rijstaffel dinner, and much more! These are all a part of the all-inclusive package. The resort can also organize a number of recommended tours to let you explore Bali, its people, and its culture or anything else you want to discover about the island.
You definitely will not be lost for something to eat. Breakfast offers everything you could wish for. There is buffet or a la cart menu to choose from and you can enjoy it anywhere within the resort and any time of the day. The afternoon tea is great, as you will be offered tea, coffee, cakes, sandwiches, and juices. For dinner you can choose to dine in one of the resort’s fine restaurants, which serve Mediterranean, Asian and local Balinese cuisines. There is no extra charge for any of your meals with the all-inclusive package.
If you like shopping, you can hop on to a shuttle bus to Bali Collection, where you can buy some quality shoes, clothes, bags, and gifts for family back home. There are plenty of restaurants there to choose from as well. The all-inclusive will not cover your shopping and dining out, but it seems like it covers just about everything else!