Six Senses Uluwatu

Six Senses Uluwatu, an archipelago of magical treasures

Six Senses Uluwatu as Your Bali Wedding Venue

Sharing dramatic views over the Indian Ocean with the island’s famed Uluwatu Temple, Six Senses Uluwatu is elegant and opulent, while presenting a sense of calm and serenity. Time can finally stand still. Natural vegetation and lush landscaping provide a sense of privacy, seclusion and sustainability, with cleverly-designed roofs to keep you naturally cool.

Venue Setting

An exquisite setting that brings together mesmerizing ocean views and a discrete ambiance for your special celebration on one of the world’s most romantic islands. Contact Six Senses Uluwatu Bali for more info.


Six Senses Uluwatu Bali wedding venues:

The Retreat (up to 180 guests seated at the function area). Six Senses Uluwatu’s 4 bedroom grand wedding villa provide a one of a kind all encompassing wedding experience. With options of having your wedding ceremony on the pool deck or at the spacious lawn. For your ceremony, you can 80 pax at the pool deck or at Retreat Lawn. For your reception, you can have up to 170 pax at the Retreat Lawn.

Cinema Paradiso (up to 30 guests, ceremony only);

Andakara Lawn (up to 100 guests for ceremony and 80 guests seated). Andakara meaning sunshine in ancient Sanskrit is our outdoor wedding chapel. This multi purpose event venue is located adjacent to the Presidential Villa and can be combined or separate depending on purpose of use.

Aarunya Ballroom (up to 180 seated, or 200 including the terrace). This grand setting consist of cliff top water feature, lawn and indoor Ballroom complete with spacious pre function area is suitable for the most extravagant celebrations. For ceremony, you can host 60 pax at the lawn and Aarunya Water Wedding deck. For reception, up to 170 pax are allowed with banquet rounds indoors.

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Up to 180 guests

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