Homm, a brand of the leading multi-branded hospitality company – Banyan Tree Group, continues its expansion in Asia with the opening of Homm Saranam Baturiti. Located in Bali’s central highlands, the resort features 81 spacious rooms and villas, offering guests a warm sense of comfort amidst lush natural landscapes and a backdrop of the picturesque Bedugul mountains.
True to its name, Homm Saranam Baturiti, which means “refuge” in Sanskrit, is a rejuvenating retreat surrounded by cool mountain air, green open spaces, and farms growing produce on fertile volcanic soil. The resort’s various programmes have been designed with wellbeing and reconnection in mind, thus catering to the needs of all types of travellers, whether seeking a leisurely retreat in nature, a relaxing vacation with family and friends, or a company trip away from the traditional office setting.
The resort’s all-day dining restaurant, Samiya, serves classic Indonesian signature dishes featuring fresh greens hand-picked from the on-site garden, which diners can enjoy along with breath-taking views of mountainous landscapes. Each one offers comfortable beds for a good night’s sleep, stunning mountain or valley views, and a private balcony to relax on. The largest accommodation is a Two-Bedroom Pool Villa, which comes with a separate spacious living room, a private pool, luxurious bathroom with a tub, as well as a kitchenette to cater to any cooking needs.
There are a variety of venues suited for celebrating special occasions such as weddings, or holding business functions such as meetings and retreats. This includes a grand ballroom, three meeting rooms, and large outdoor spaces. While the location affords relief from the hustle and bustle of city life, its vicinity also offers a range of experiences and entertainment options to ensure seamless opportunities for team bonding and stress relief.
Families and couples will enjoy the resort’s exceptional facilities, including an upcoming 8LEMENTS spa, cooking classes, and organic farm-to-table dining experiences where guests can participate in an interactive workshop, cooking class, or indulge in Pan-Asian cuisines that the restaurants have to offer. Under the Group’s signature ‘Stay for Good’ programme, Homm Saranam Baturiti initiative is centered around the Jalak Bali (starling bird), a critically endangered species.