Located on the cliffs overlooking Suluban Beach -which is also known as the final “Racetrack” section of Uluwatu - Blue Point Bay Villas is conveniently located within a few miles of a half dozen of the most perfect waves on earth.
The cliffs above Uluwatu, and all along the Bukit, are lined with homes, businesses, warongs and accommodations ranging from simple to luxurious.
Blue Point Bay Villas falls into the “simply luxurious” category. Located on the cliffs overlooking Suluban Beach, also known as the final “Racetrack” section of Uluwatu, the Villas are also conveniently located within a few miles of a half dozen of the most perfect waves on Bali.
This is the place to be if you want quick access to epic surf, luxurious rooms, multiple swimming pools, massages, cold drinks and gourmet dinner.
From Deluxe Rooms all the way up to the 2-Bedroom Ocean Front Presidential Villa, all rooms are within sight of the ever-moving Indian Ocean. Staying at Blue Point Bay Villas surf checks are as easy as lifting your head from your pillow.
The spa at Blue Point Bay Villas offers a wide range of massages, body scrubs, skincare and pedicures. The on-site restaurants have a wide array of international and Balinese cuisine to cater towards every taste.
Suluban means “walking or passing under something” which could mean the coral reef cave visitors pass through to reach the beach, or it could also mean spending many seconds riding deep in the barrel.
Uluwatu is the Mother of All Tropical Left Reef/Points, and it is divided into three main sections: Outside Corner is a shifty wave that’s the farthest outside, is best on a low tide and breaks from 6 to 15 feet. Black diamond only. The Peak/Inside Corner is directly in front of the access cave, and is best from three to six feet. Racetrack is the section that made Uluwatu famous, and launched a million trips – barreling wave that gets bigger as it throws and spits and re-throws down the reef.
Padang Pandang Beach
It takes a giant swell and a medium tide to make Padang-Padang break, and is best at around six feet. When the surf is small, the swimming and snorkeling are phenomenal.
Impossibles is so-named because it’s an extremely fast wave, which doesn’t allow for much except go go go. On the right swell, Impossibles will link with Bingin, the next wave to the north.
From Impossibles, the next waves are Bingin and Dreamland, all perfect left reef/points.
Those are the waves within a couple miles of the Blue Point Bay Villas but staying at Blue Point Bay Villas also puts you within an hour of all the surf spots along Kuta Beach and on the east side of the Bukit Peninsula at Sanur.
From December through February the west/north-west trades blow offshore on the right-breaking reefs of the eastern coast. March and April are transition months into the dry season when winds are often light and variable. During these months ocean conditions are glassy with some infrequent and scattered rain showers.
May through early October sees the dry season with little rain and consistent east/southeast winds blowing offshore along the west coast and that long series of lefts running down the Bukit Peninsula from Outside Corner Ulus to Kuta Beach.
May to October is also the best season for Grajagan, when the regular southeast trade winds meet up with Indian Ocean groundswells.
October and November are again transitional months when the rain will start to return and the winds will go slack as they rotate back to northwest.
The weather is warm and humid year round; lows may get into the low/mid 70’s, and highs into the upper 80’s. The warmest and most humid months are December and January while the coolest driest months of the year are June and July.
Water temperatures are mid 70’s to low 80’s following the same pattern as the air temperatures.
Balinese surf season starts up some time in March/April and runs all the way through October, with the biggest swells often occurring May through September.
Blue Point Bay Villas has three swimming pools, a gourmet restaurant, spa facilities and a coffee shop. You might not ever want to leave the place, but you should as the Bukit Peninsula offers outdoor adventure by land, sea and zip-line, and cultural happenings both western and eastern – from golf to nasi goreng.
A visit to the temple at Uluwatu is a must, as is Labuan Sait Beach, where visitors can witness the Ramayana Kecak: A traditional Balinese dance featuring bare-breasted men sitting in a circle around the flickering light of an oil lamp chandelier and chant the Hindu Epic of Ramayana, a story that goes back to India in 400 BC.
Shoppers will enjoy a short walk down the cliffs to the warungs that overlook the ocean – there you can buy local foods, and also arts and crafts to take back home for your friends, and your memories.
Blue Point Bay Villas has three swimming pools, a gourmet restaurant, spa facilities and a coffee shop.
|Accommodation Type||Regular Season Nightly Rates||High Season Nightly Rates
Jul 01 – Aug 31
|Peak Season Nightly Rates
Dec 22 – Jan 05
|Two Bedroom Ocean Front Presidential Villa||$ 435||$ 448||$ 454|
|Two Bedroom Garden View Presidential Villa||$ 369||$ 382||$ 388|
|One Bedroom Ocean Front Honeymoon Villa||$ 322||$ 335||$ 341|
|Junior Suite||$ 152||$ 165||$ 171|
|One Bedroom Two Story Villa||$ 133||$ 146||$ 152|
|Deluxe Room||$ 160||$ 173||$ 179|
|Superior Room||$ 85||$ 98||$ 104|
|Extra Bed ( including breakfast for 1 Person)||$38.00 per night|
|New Year’s Dinner is compulsory on 31 December||$38.00 per person|
|Airport Transfers: $30 each way per vehicle, Max of 4 passengers per vehicle The above prices include a 21% of government tax and services charge. Check in time: 2:00 pm. Check out time: 12:00 noon.|