Back to Bali- Ritz-Carlton Returns to Indonesia

Borobudur Temple, Indonesia - vicnt/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images
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BaliCome 2014, couples looking to tie the knot will have a new beach resort in Bali to get married (not to mention: honeymoon). The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C. recently announced a new resort on the Indonesian island and it'll be kitted out with proper facilities for a destination wedding; think two chapels, a ballroom, three function rooms and outdoor terraces. With access to a white sand beach, the resort also has sweeping ocean views from a clifftop perch.

There will be 288 rooms including 90 suites and 14 villas. The Ritz-Carlton Bali will also have a spa, a water sports pavilion, and six restaurants and bars. We like the sound of the cliffside resto where guests can enjoy a private dinner in a cave.

The Ritz-Carlton Bali will be an “authentic Balinese resort in Sawagan,” to quote Ritz-Carlton President Herve Humler, “which will offer breathtaking views and carefully curated experiences and recreational activities that speak to the aspirations of today’s Ritz-Carlton guest.” For more information, visit www.ritzcarlton.com.

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