Gravity

From

$140/n

Located in the stunning Bukit region this intimate new eco boutique resort is one of the secret spots in Bali. Here you can enjoy a wonderful and stunning swimming pool view whilst you breed the first-class luxury environment and services that they provide you.

Gravity is complete with a beautiful Garden, a lounge area with a Gazebo for you relax during your stay, a Pool area with sun beds and of course a Restaurant where you can try the traditional Indonesian food as well as some of the most famous western recipes. The Restaurant area provides you juices and other drinks during the day, for you to achieve full bliss!!

Guests may choose from a variety of accommodations to suit everyone’s taste. The rooms are decorated to help you relax and to connect with nature around you. In total there is 9 amazing rooms, each one different from the other. All rooms have their own details and characteristics that along with the comfort that Gravity offers, will certainly make you feel in paradise.

Experience our romantic open Eco Bamboo Bungalow – Gravity’s Jewel, the love kabana. It features a private garden, a balcony with an amazing sea view and accommodates up to 4 guests, although no children under the age of 6. There is no air conditioning in this bungalow since it’s open, but for sure the tropical fans will bring all the comfort needed.

The Standard Bungalow features air conditioning and minibar, and accommodates up to 2 people.

The Superior Bungalow, an Eco Coconut Wood Bungalow features a private balcony and air conditioning. It accommodates up to 2 people.

The Superior double/ twin bungalow, an Eco Coconut Wood twin/double bed Bungalow features a private balcony and air conditioning. It is slightly bigger than standard and superior, still accommodates up to 2 people.

And at last; The Private pool Bungalow. This Romantic Eco Tropical Bungalow features a cosy private pool and air conditioning. It accommodates up to 2 people.

Gravity is just a 5 minutes scooter drive away from Bingin, Impossibles, Dreamland and Padang Padang - some of the best surf beaches on the planet! Also Uluwatu is just 12 minutes away, also host to some of the very hottest surf spots.

Bingin’s hollow, fast barrel is addictive for experienced surfers who know how to handle it. However, expect competition from every visitor and local for all the barrels they can score for the day. You should also watch out for the “stop sign”, the raised coral that has prematurely ended many a great surfing vacation for visiting surfers. Take Bingin for what it is, a short left-hand wave that can cost you if you try to get more out of it than you deserve!

Dreamland is a tamer surfspot than the other Bukit surf spots, attracting surfers who want to avoid the heavy waves and sharp rocks of Bingin and Uluwatu. Dreamland’s relatively mellow breaks and beautiful scenery combine to give the place its well-deserved name.

Beginning surfers can take on Dreamland at mid-tide on the beach break that’s more forgiving of the occasional wipeout. Its outer reefs can be really challenging at the right time of the year at low tide, when big swells can create some really sweet barrels.

Uluwatu has been attracting surfers since the Seventies. Uluwatu’s wave breaks offer surfers consistent swells with multiple chances to show o their skills. Not surprisingly, the place has grown quite crowded over the years! Uluwatu provides the most exhilarating challenge during monsoon season with the biggest swells hit the island. The temptation of taking on those fifteen foot waves should be tempered by knowledge of the dangerous conditions – don’t leave shore without a big board and a sturdy leash.

Dining in Bali is generally a highlight. You may choose to eat in a five star hotel restaurant, or you may prefer a breezy open sided bamboo cafe. Hotels and restaurants in Bali offer guests a wide variety of excellent dishes to satisfy every budget and taste. When you feel like venturing outside for a meal, there are dozens of good restaurants to be found in the main streets of Kuta, Legian, Ubud, Candidasa, Lovina, Sanur and most of the major tourist areas. The simple and relaxed restaurants, often with grass roofs and cane furniture are almost everywhere. Even more simple, are the warungs, the snack bars and the mobile carts that cater mainly to local workers and adventurous travellers who have discovered that low cost hawker meals really can be safe to eat.

The night markets are traditional outdoor eateries that come to life at dusk, and are famous all over Southeast Asia. Even if you cannot work up the courage to eat in the markets, you must visit one to experience the thrills, the smells, the sights and the noises that define this part of the world.