Hoshinoya Bali offers guests unique Japanese hospitality.
Japan-based Hoshino Resorts recently opened its latest location in Bali in January this year. The first under this name on the island, Hoshino hopes to attract tourists to experience the traditions of Japanese hospitality.
Hoshinoya Bali is located in the lush green hills of Ubud, surrounded by rainforest and beautiful terraced rice paddies. The resort overlooks the Pakerisan river, a part of the island’s age-old water temple network recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Landscape. The resort provides the perfect relaxation experience, allowing guests to feel true harmony with nature.
There are three types of luxurious villas on offer: Villa Bulan, Villa Soka and Villa Jalak. All illas are independently built so that guests can enjoy the private and comfortable stay. The decor and furniture feature traditional carvings which represents Balinese beauty and ancient wisdom. In addition, each villa features a gazebo with a roof made of a sacred grass, alang-alang, to accentuate the cool, natural breezes.
All villas are connected to the semi-private canal pool area allowing the guest to walk down from the terrace. There are spa and retail facilities too and restaurants that offer a fusion of Japanese and Balinese cuisine.
The Hoshinoya brand, which represents Hoshino Resorts’ flagship properties has been delivering quintessential resort experiences with an authentic Japanese touch through Japan. Guests experience the very best of Japanese hospitality by offering beauty of surrounding nature and vibrant local traditions that are enhanced by world class contemporary luxury in design, cuisine and Hoshino Resorts’ hospitality. Founded in 1904 as a forestry business in Nagano, Japan, it opened its first hot springs resort in 1914.