Rooms 38 /Architecture Frederik Wittesaele and Karolien Verschelden /Interior Design Frederik Wittesaele and Karolien Verschelden /The Original Frederik Wittesaele and Karolien Verschelden
Created by a family who for years came to Bali to escape the stress of the “real world” before finally moving here permanently, Suarga Padang Padang lovingly showcases the delicate balance between age-old values and a multicultural 21st-century lifestyle in an exceptional environment. Set along Bali’s evocative southern peninsula, in the heart of one of Indonesia’s premier surf breaks, the 38 distinctive rooms, pavilions, and villas of Suarga Padang Padang are spread across one-and-a-half generous hectares, and all feature panoramic views of the ocean, resort, or gardens. The property is a masterwork of Balinese architectural craftsmanship and includes a remarkable bamboo structure that covers an area of 1,600 square meters, with a sublimely quiet and inviting central area of the resort where guests can relax in a lounge bar and dine in the restaurant while enjoying expansive 220-meter cliff-front ocean views. Indeed, the dining experience at the hotel’s Dugong Restaurant is sublime, inviting guests to enjoy locally grown ingredients, typically sourced within a 50-kilometer radius, amid those glorious views and the region’s stunning natural surroundings. Built upon three pillars of sustainability—environmental, social, and economical—Suarga Padang Padang offers a different kind of luxury that summons today’s “rough-luxury travelers” to experience modern comfort and deserved indulgences, yet at minimal expense to the surrounding environment.
DPS - Denpasar International Airport
Food & Drink
Dugong Restaurant: Indonesian cuisine, Dugong Lounge & Bar
Spa & Recreation
2 outdoor pools, 1 kid's pool, spa & wellness center, surfing, snorkeling, kayaking
Rooms & Suites
The 38 guestrooms range from the 61-to-72-square-meter Muso Pentroom to the 750-square-meter Bajau Villa. The Muso Pentroom features a private terrace and a mezzanine floor, while The Muso Pentroom and the 260-square-meter Wantilan Villa host open-air bathrooms with showers and double sinks. The Wantilan Villas feature a terrace with a daybed, a kitchenette, and a dining area, while a pool stands in front of the two villas. The 840-square-meter Ulin Pavilion offers a terrace, while the three 225-square-meter Jurang Villas each boast a deck and gazebo, a dining area, an open-air lounge with daybeds, a second bedroom on the garden level, and a private pool. The sprawling Bajan Villa has four indoor bedrooms, an open-air gazebo, a kitchen and bar, and a living and dining area.