AYANA Resort and Spa

Address: Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, Bali, 80364, Indonesia | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, is near Waterbom, Jimbaran Bay, Boutique Spa Sekar Jagat, and Nusa Penida.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAYANA Resort and Spa Jimbaran

      Reviewed by seleniumchai

      Perfect place for a relaxing holiday

      Reviewed Sep 7, 2014
      by (4 reviews) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

      I was not disappointed with this hotel which had earned a lot of good reviews for its spa, great views and lovely suite rooms and villa. We spent time at the Rock Bar which the location was unique and atmosphere very nice. The service staff were happy and polite and greeted us everywhere they see us, in Balinese 5 star hotel standard. We tried the Spa and was deeply impressed with the setting and the details they took care to make our experience a very enjoyable one.
      Overall we were very happy with our Suite Room which was exceptionally spacious and I wished our stay had been longer to enjoy it. We also visited our friend who stayed at the Villa and my!! The sunset view was simply stunning and the weather so lovely we didn't want to leave this place!

      Beautiful sunset view from the lobby
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      Our group photo at the Villa grounds
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      Big big bathroom in the Villa
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      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by jose.benavides

      Nice Hotel

      Reviewed Apr 21, 2013
      by (10 reviews) Monterrey , Mexico Flag of Mexico

      huge hotel

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by jljsheila

      Ayana- the perfect getaway for couples...

      Reviewed Jan 21, 2012
      by (1 review) , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

      Rock Bar rocks!!!.... Enjoyed the stay very much....

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by geoffers

      A Great Stay

      Reviewed Feb 21, 2011
      by (5 reviews) York , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      I'm sure this is a great place to come most times, but when we were offered a free upgrade to have our own villas we really did strike it lucky. The atmosphere is relaxing, the food is great and of course there is the Rock Bar to relax with a drink.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews AYANA Resort and Spa Jimbaran

      Should be better


      Very pleasant staff with a very accomodating attitude. Gorgeous grounds, spa, and pool. Hotel services, though were second rate. Poor lighting, worn towels, slow maid service, and broken lounges at the pool are just a few deficiences noted.

      We reserved a club floor room, which was just o.k., but the clubroom was set-up with tables and chairs for eating, not a place to relax with a book. The carpet was dirty.

      Unlike other Ritz-Cartons, this resort is not for very discriminating guests. It's unfortunate that most of the staff blame the very low occupancy rate on the well publicized event of three years ago. The management is probably more responsible by not correcting problems obvious to any experienced traveller. An e mail to the general manager was not answered.

      US$ 46.00 for breakfast!!!


      US$ 46.00 for breakfast per room?

      you can rent a small villa in bali with that money....

      nice hotel,but i prefer the le meridien

      there you can have breakfast on a beauty lake with goldfish for free

      and i found the rooms more comfortable

      What a wonderful paradise


      I spent 10 nights here with my new wife as the second part of our honeymoon. We were here November 2003. The Spa is fantastic. The food in the Japanese Restuarant was out of this world. I would also suggest that instead of going on a set tour, just hire a taxi driver for the day. This will cost you around 50, but is well worth it.

      The food on the Jimbaran seafront is fabulous and at around 15pp it is the cheapest lobster I have ever had. Enjoy.

      Not worth the $$


      We stayed in one of the club rooms and on the whole this is just another hotel. Not worth the price, food quality, service and ambience, you wouldn't know you were in Bali, feels more like a beach hotel catering to a strong Japanese customer base: managing director's wife is Japanese. Other than Nasi Goreng (main island favorite - no other Balinese menu). Lobby has the usual musicians but you could be anywhere. The hotel has nothing remarkable to note, the service at time is downright surly at times. The Spa, is set up in an awkward manner. ANY one can walk into the treatment area, so you can be there with a dozen passer bys that happened to wander there, little kids love being there in the spa area because of monkey see statues. The private bath in the spa room had both mildew and grime on the rim. The Aquatronics (what the heck is that?!) is just an adult bathing pool, frequented by lonely old Japanese men with their girlfriends or looking for someone. The service at the spa from greeting (what greeting?Not even tea... I was there when a man complained with his male lover that he had his overhanged toenail cut too far - really didn't need to hear that), and the massage and facial I tried, both very disappointing. Unless you really need to go to a Ritz, try another hotel in Bali.

      Beautiful Resort


      Started out our honeymoon at the Ritz. I wanted a large, safe resort to start out our holiday on the other side of the world and the Ritz certainly fit the bill. The common areas are fantastic. The 2 level infinity pool is incredible. We stayed in an ocean front room. Marble floors, separate marble shower, almost exactly the room layout as other Ritz properties I have stayed at. The dining choices were many, from ocean front dining to a great Thai restaurant. The clientele is mostly from Asia and Australia. The staff in very unobtrusive. This is for people that want to visit a foriegn country but still feel like they have the comforts of home. The knock on this place is it is really not a value compared to the rest of Bali. While you are paying $25US for breakfast, $4US for a local beer, $80US for a massage and $25US for a T-shirt, perfectly in line for Hawaii or other US destinations, it is twice as much as what you would expect to pay anywhere else in Bali. But, hey! you don't stay at a Ritz for value! Still a great 5 star facility, a little remote, a little over-priced, but, I would still recomend to a more gentle, unadventurous traveler.

      Simply the best!!


      The Ritz-Carlton Bali is an amazing destination. My wife and I have stayed at this Ritz-Carlton three times. Each visit is a pleasure. I highly recommend upgrading your room to the Club Level. The rooms are slightly larger and the Club has a delightful presentation of food throughout the day. The pool is simply splendid! The service throughout the property is what one would expect at a premium resort. The Ritz-Carlton Bali is highly recommended!

      Fantastic facilities and excellent service


      My wife and i stayed at at the RItz Bali in September 2002 and thought that the hotel was impeccable. Despite having a basic ground floor room - the amenities in the room were luxurious and there was nothing to complain about. The food was incredible - thoroughly enjoyed eating their incredible prawns at the restaurant located on the beach!

      You felt like you were being waited on without all the fuss. Whilst wading in the pool, waitors bring you melon, drinks etc... Sunsets are amazing. Only 1 fault - cheapest wine worth drinking is well over GBP 50 - so stuck to tropical cocktails or beer. Would definitely go back - Bali is incredible and there is still so much to see..

      Wonderful hotel and grounds...


      Even though the hotel is rated 5*, our expectations were still exceeded at this wonderful hotel.

      Service: Excellent - the staff are all very attentive.

      Hotel: Wonderfully exotic

      Grounds: Superb - expecially in the evening and at sunset.

      Pool: Great setting, great service. You must try champagne in the pool at sunset.

      Restaurants: We ate at the newly opened Thai Restaurant. The prices, were reasonable for a 5* hotel, and the food excellent.

      Spa & Gym: Excellent and well equiped.

      Location: A little bit 'cut off' from the rest of the world but it's <$1 to Jimbaran Bay where you can try wonderful seafood on the beach.

      Perfect place for a honeymoon


      My wife and I started our honeymoon trip to Bali at the Ritz. It was a great start. The hotel is amazing, the views, the service, the location are all amazing. We stayed on concierge level and the morning, breakfast, afternoon teas and the evening appetizers were great. The balinese are very polite and accomodating. Bali is a beautiful destination.

      20th wedding anniversary superb romance


      lovely wellcome, wonderful lobby, the most beautyful toilets you wish to go back just to appreciate the athmosphere ( :) ))

      we had an 1 bedroom oceanfront villa with a breathtaking view, a plunge pool, and a little private garden with lilly pound

      the result even exceed what we excpected

      the club lounge was also great with a taste of simple luxury

      my wife and I are awaiting our 25th anniversary for a long waited return !!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews AYANA Resort and Spa Jimbaran

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Jimbaran

      MDC Club Retreat Day 2

      A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Sep 18, 2014

      35 photos

      Morning was alignment meeting and understand the BDM strategy to USD1B goal of SEA. <b>Team Building</b>  After a simple set lunch, we had a very unique team building activity, whereby we built bicycles in groups and after going through some stations to engage in some Balinese cultural related practices we got the parts and …

      BALI DAY 3

      A travel blog entry by dazndean on Feb 11, 2015

      10 photos

      I thought I'd get a start early as there is so much to see today in Ubud. On our way here we stopped off at a beautiful waterfall. We paid to "walk down" but... Well a photo was good enough for me. It's just too bloody hot to be walking down a million steps and then back up! Onto Ubud. We've just had a super coffee at Seniman cafe. Time to hit the …

      MDC Club Retreat at Ayana Resort Day 1

      A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Sep 07, 2014

      29 photos

      We finally arrived at this legendary resort !!

      Spa Session
      Had a very pampering Spa Treatment at a couple's Villa (there are only 3 of such villas in the resort). Stared at the most beautiful ever bougainvilla flower petals display at the spa bed. They really lay the petals out neatly with the stigma n in different colours …


      A travel blog entry by toby-helen-sea on Feb 24, 2014

      ... at the crater sipping tea and eating volcanic cooked boiled eggs, watching the sun come up on mount Batur, from the top you could see Lombok and the Gilis it was amazing, we then decided to further explore by going round, by 7 we eventually saw that Sam had made it to the top he looked a right state.

      The problem with big hills Is not the walk up but the walk down.

      However when I got back by Helen had that nice bath run for me :)


      Ubud to Seminyak

      A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 21, 2013

      27 photos

      ... in the whole region and that it's all in turmoil. Sudan is still fighting and shooting at things. Thailand is protesting. World is a crazy place On a happier note, booked a trip to Ijen for christmas eve (**** man, christmas is next week hahahaha....so doesn't feel like it) Getting picked up at half midnight, 5 hours each way, 2 hours walking each way up and down the mountain. This better be as amazing as everyone says or Leah might kick me in the nuts Hopefully Seminyak will redeem itself ...

      Traveler Photos AYANA Resort and Spa Jimbaran

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      The bedroom in our beautiful Club Suite.
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      Our group photo at the Villa grounds
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      Big big bathroom in the Villa
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      Lift to go down to the bar
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      The lounge room in our suite.
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