At Umana Bali, you can have an unforgettable time without ever leaving your villa

The transition from Jumana to Umana isn’t fully complete. In the works is Uma Beach House – a perky ocean-side bolthole framed by the towering limestone cliffs ­– whose silhouette is inspired by both a traditional Balinese headdress, and the diaphanous sandat flower. When it opens later this year, around November, it’ll probably have the best seats in the house for sunset cocktails.

Elsewhere, parts of the spa are still being refreshed including the installation of a steam room.

I peered up into the clear domed sky. “A steam room?” I asked doubtfully. “In this weather?”

“Have you tried the hot tub in your villa? Bali can get cold in July and August,” Bagus assured us in a tone that suggested we needed to get out more.

“I guess we’ll need to come again then,” I said.

Bagus beamed. “You must, Bapak.” Rates start from around US$750 (S$1,010)

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