Perfumania at AYANA Resorts and Spa Bali

Ayana Plunge Pool


Looking for your signature scent? We hear that AYANA Resort and Spa Bali has unveiled a new amenity for guests to create their own customized perfumes on property.

Très French: The L’Atelier Parfums & Creations Studio at the property uses traditional French processes and has 45 different essences, fragrances and raw materials available for guests to play with. Tip: We were told that frangipani, lavender, jasmine, citronella, coffee, cempaka, vanilla, clove and wood are the most requested.

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A knowing nose: AYANA has an on-site perfumer who makes sure your clients’ concoctions are cohesive. Three “test” vials will be given to the guests to start creating their potions. Once a favorite scent is selected, guests will receive their own 30 ml bottle, slipped inside a leather travel case.

Cool Touch: The workshop is available for the whole family. Children who want their own scents can choose from kid-friendly favorites (think bubblegum, strawberry and chocolate). We hear glitter can be added as well to make the perfumes more glitzy and fun.

AYANA Resort and Spa Bali sits perched on limestone cliffs above Jimbaran Bay. Most of the rooms have ocean views, but we hear the crème de la crème at the property are the Villas. Each Villa has a private plunge pool (and heated whirlpool); sun-beds, L’Occitane amenities; and 42-inch plasma TVs. Note: The Cliff Villas and the AYANA Villa have flat-screen TVs in the bathrooms.

Luxury travel advisors with questions should reach out to General Manager Charles de Foucault ([email protected]; 011-62-361-702-222).

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