WEBSITE PREVIEW – LAUNCHING AUGUST 2021

VICEROY BALI

Boutique Retreat for those
Seeking Relaxed & Conscious Luxury

Having been voted the #1 Resort in the World in the 2018 Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards and crowning a secluded ridge above the Valley of the Kings in Ubud, Viceroy Bali is a boutique retreat for those seeking relaxed luxury. Offering breathtaking views of rice fields, Mount Agung's silhouette, and a verdant jungle valley, the resort promises a unique experience where authentic hospitality and Balinese architecture infuse every detail with charm.

Sustainability Profile • Updated May 2024 by The Punch Team

"We are just as passionate about sustainability as we are about offering luxury service and we believe both can be blended seamlessly together."

Viceroy Bali

SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT

Viceroy Bali shares a deep commitment to sustainability, paralleling its dedication to delivering luxurious service. The belief in seamlessly integrating both ideals is central to their ethos. The establishment endeavors for guests and staff alike to perceive their involvement as part of a solution rather than a contribution to a problem while staying or working at Viceroy Bali. Since its inception in 2005, Viceroy Bali has spearheaded numerous initiatives across the property, aiming to perpetuate the unique essence of Ubud, its cherished home. Embarking on a journey of introspection, Viceroy Bali is systematically reassessing its operations, striving to effect significant changes.

SUSTAINABILITY HIGHLIGHTS

• Air conditioning units energy are used to heat the water in villas

• Built its own Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP)

• Supporting local charities for children and the environment

• Single use plastic free property

• Solar panels on-site produce 30% of electricity

• On-site organic garden

• Prioritizing local suppliers and products

• Offering complementary reusable water bottles to guests

• On-site waste separation & management

• Zero-waste program

• Staff & community support and guidance

• Working with charities around the island

• Preserving local cultural heritage