Far away from the crowds of Kuta and Canggu, the Banyan Tree Group
has quietly opened Homm, a boutique retreat in Bali's central highlands.
Homm Saranam Baturiti offers 81 rooms and villas against a backdrop of the Bedugul mountains.
Under the group’s signature ‘Stay for Good’ programme, the Homm
Saranam Baturiti initiative is centred around the Jalak Bali (starling
bird), a critically endangered species. The resort displays an origami
art form of the bird in the lobby to raise awareness of the importance
Retreating to the trees with a villa stay at Homm Saranam Baturiti.
Homm is one of five new brands within Banyan Tree Group’s growing
ecosystem of concepts, launched two years ago with the opening of Homm
Bliss Southbeach Patong in Thailand, followed by openings in Bangkok and
Programmes at Homm Saranam Baturiti - which means "refuge" in
Sanskrit - have been designed with well-being and reconnection in mind.
Facilities include an upcoming 8LEMENTS spa, cooking classes, and
organic farm-to-table dining experiences where guests can participate in
an interactive workshop.
A grand ballroom, three meeting rooms, and large outdoor spaces will cater for events.