Uluwatu’s Revamped Karma Beach Has Reopened

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Bali’s Favourite Beachside Retreat is Back with a Number of Specials in Tow.

One of Bali’s most beloved beachside retreats is excited to announce its reopening – the recently revamped Karma Beach is again trading as usual. The much-loved luxury venue perched on the iconic Uluwatu reef will be celebrating its return with a special ‘Golden Hour’ to mark the occasion.

The evening treat for all guests will be available between 5.30 and 6.30pm, seeing select cocktails available for the special price of 110K++, sangria and mojito jugs for 440K++, and Bintang buckets for 160K++. 

The news of Karma Beach’s reopening will come as a delight to Bali residents and visitors alike, with the venue’s status as one of the island’s most adored experiences cemented late last year after debuting a major renovation. The venue underwent an extensive revamp courtesy of the efforts of lauded designer Tina Kirschner, who drastically redesigned the space to embrace a more tropical feel. We’re keeping the typical Karma deconstructed beach vibe but with a more modern, sexy twist,” she explains.

The extensive changes undertaken by Karma Beach mean the space is now separated into two distinct offerings; Karma Beach Dining, and Karma Beach Bar. The former has seen a drastic seat increase from 87 to 110 due to the addition of more decking, bar seating, and large round communal dining offerings facing the beach for bigger groups.

Wet weather protection is now also available, courtesy of a new thatched roof to protect diners when weather is less than perfect. Foodies will be pleased to note an expansion of the edible offerings with the introduction of a new pizza oven and sushi bar, alongside a bamboo seafood barbecue among more.

Background on Karma Group

Karma Group is an award-winning international travel and lifestyle brand offering extraordinary experiences in the world’s most beautiful locations and is headed by Chairman and Founder, John Spence, former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and member of the judging panel for the Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year.

John has been honored by being awarded the Edward P. Bass Honorary Fellowship at Yale in the Fall Semester of 2019 in the School of Architecture, marking the first time Yale has extended this to the same person more than once. He has also been awarded a Distinguished Visiting Fellowship at UCLA as well as working with students from the University of Pennsylvania to design a chateau development in Carcassonne, France. 

The Karma Group comprises Karma Resorts, Karma Retreats, Karma Royal, Karma Estates, Karma Beach, Karma Spa and Karma Boutique. The Group is currently operating 33 resorts in more than 10 countries, including Australia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the United Kingdom. 

There are currently five properties in development and the Group is negotiating three separate acquisitions in Scotland (a golf resort), Cyprus, and Bulgaria. In 2016, Karma group and Sanctum Hotel Group announced a joint venture to develop a series of authentic rock ‘n’ roll styled and orientated hotels in strategic locations around the world, accompanied by an exclusive private membership club, now with over 85,000 members.

In 2017, Karma was awarded the contract to manage and develop the golf course on Rottnest Island in Western Australia and in Greece, RCI, the worldwide leader in vacation exchange, selected Karma Group to manage its operations in the Greek market whilst redevelopment began on Karma Minoan in Crete. 

Karma Group is a sponsor of the England Rugby 7’s team, as well as the Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens, the world’s largest school rugby tournament. Karma Group recently invested in its first racehorse with a view to future expansion of its stable.