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Between sea, temples and rice fields, serenity on an island blessed by the gods
Beside the swimming pool, Marc Hertrich has designed a beautifully contemporary lounge bar. The Spa*'s stylish environment and treatment rooms have been refurbished, inspired by the refined elegance of Balinese architecture, a haven of serenity in a tranquil green paradise. The new ambience of the restaurants offers the promise of idyllic moments for the whole family under the shade of an exotic pergola.
Voted "Top Resort for Families" in 2009
The indoor areas and rooms are non-smoking areas (electronic cigarettes are included in the no-smoking rule).
About 150 yards from the Resort, the public beach is about 550 yards long, and has a defined swimming area.
The upper part of the beach is fine yellow sand, while the lower part, visible when the tide goes out, is scattered with rocks. Swimming is recommended while the tide is coming in, as the reef is completely exposed at low tide.
The beach lies between natural stone breakwaters, which protect the beaches from the waves and currents. Waves only come over the breakwaters during the spring and autumn tides or storms. The reef (200 yards) just opposite the Club Med Resort has a surfing spot (Matahari Break) with superb left-break waves for surf lovers.
The beach is equipped with showers, deckchairs and bamboo parasols.
There are also bales (small Indonesian-style shelters) with cushions.
SPOKEN LANGUAGES French-English-Spanish
ASSIGNMENT From 01/11/2015 to 30/04/2016
Jean, G.O®, 31 years
The name of Bali is thought to come from the Balinese word 'wali", which means ceremony. Anthropologists believe that the island was thus named because of the many and always very lively celebrations that punctuate the everyday lives of its inhabitants. Bali, the island of ceremonies that welcomes everyone with open arms...
All prices are per adult, based on twin share room booking. (Room type is based on availability.)
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