The Apurva Kempinski Bali an embodiment of Indonesian elegance, is pleased to announce special, limited-time offers for spring travel – and Mother’s Day – that take advantage of the island’s dry season.
Located atop the majestic Nusa Dua cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean, The Apurva Kempinski Bali opened its doors on February 1, 2019, offering guests a spectacular open-air resort that artfully blends centuries of elegant Indonesian culture with modern luxury.
“Bali is one of the world’s most culturally rich and alluring destinations to discerning travelers, and spring is the perfect time to visit,” said Vincent Guironnet, General Manager of The Apurva Kempinski Bali. “The word ‘Apurva’ is Sanskrit for unique and magnificent, a vision we are committed to honoring and which is reflected in the ethereal experiences our guests enjoy both on and off property.”
Set amidst the dramatic cliffs and immaculate beaches of southern Bali, The Apurva Kempinski Bali features 475 luxury guest rooms, iconic suites and exclusive villas, six distinct dining venues, including Bali’s first aquarium restaurant Koral Restaurant, an ocean-facing spa and family club. With April marking the beginning of dry season and an ideal time to visit, The Apurva Kempinski Bali invites guests to experience everything Bali has to offer with a special, limited-time offer of 30% discounted on all accommodations for stays booked from now till 31st May 2019.
Just in time for a Mother’s Day getaway abroad, The Apurva Kempinski Bali is pleased to present a number of thoughtful special indulgent packages sure to make the mothers in your life feel appreciated and loved.
Sweet Suite Dreams – A luxurious getaway in one of The Apuva Kempinski’s iconic suites, offering a wonderful mix of privacy and comfort. Each suite offers a private plunge pool, spacious balcony overlooking the Indian Ocean or tropical gardens. Package includes:
- Complimentary breakfast for 2 at the Cliff Lounge
- Exclusive access to the Cliff Lounge and Cliff hydro jet pools
- Complimentary 60-minute massage for two at Apurva Spa
- High Tea delight at the Cliff Lounge
- Wine, cocktails and canapes each evening
Offered through 12/20/2019 starting at USD $380 plus service charges and tax
Brunchcation – An indulgent experience for the entire family featuring an extravagant Sunday brunch and poolside fun. Includes:
- Complimentary Sunday Brunch for mothers
- Sunday Brunch buffet at Pala with live stations featuring fresh seafood, carved meats, cheeses and decadent desserts.
- An afternoon in the 60-metre infinity pool with play pools and water slides
- Exclusive access to the ocean-view fitness centre
- Live entertainment and complimentary welcome drink on the Rooftop Bar
- 20% discount on Apurva Spa treatments
- Complimentary water sports activities at the beach
- Children’s activities
Offered from now onwards at IDR 750,000 per adult, plus tax and service charges,
Mother’s Day Spa Package – Complete relaxation and rejuvenation from head to toe for mothers at the Apurva Spa, featuring:
- 60-minute Sekar Petal Massage
- 30-minute body scrub
- 60-minute facial or manicure
Offered on Mother’s Day, Sunday May 12 at IDR 1,500,000 nett.
Providing a tranquil sanctuary, The Apurva Spa practices healing treatments based on the Javanese philosophy Rupasampat Wahyabiantara, which emphasizes that true beauty is achieved once outer and inner beauty fall in harmony. The Apurva Spa applies traditional wellness techniques using the application of traditional Lulur and Jamu, offering an array of treatments such as its signature massageGending Apurva, which utilizes warm poultice made from 69 mighty herbs, or the Java Dwipa, a massage based on Javanese healing therapy combined with essential oils, and more.
Sitting on an island of cultural abundance preserved throughout centuries, the hotel encourages guests to explore beyond the property with an endless amount of immersive activities within reach, from educational experiences to nature discoveries. Cultural landmarks not to miss include the Basakih Temple, known as the mother temple of Bali and regarded as the most sacred temple on the whole island, and the Monkey Forest in Ubud, home to hundreds of monkeys, lush trees and fresh air, located only 30-minutes from the hotel.
The Apurva Kempinski Bali was designed by award-winning architect Budiman Hendropurnomo of Denton Corker Marshall and acclaimed interior designer Rudy Dodo of Trivium Design Group. Inspired by Balinese culture and their surroundings, the team created a design masterpiece. From distinctive Balinese architecture and landscape principles, to Indonesian-inspired interior design, the nation’s heritage and meticulous craftsmanship are thoughtfully reflected throughout the property.