Part of Hakassan Group – one of the most distinguished hospitality company across worldwide, OMNIA Day Club has been finally opened in Uluwatu, Bali. OMNIA Bali is perched atop the Uluwatu Cliffs, one of the prime location to watch Indian Ocean panorama. Besides its finest and luxurious view, OMNIA also allocates its infamous modern japanese restaurant, Sake No Hana, just at the second floor.
Before the grand opening in OMNIA, there was no entrance fee charged by the management. However, after the grand opening and I think due to high demand of tourists coming to OMNIA, they charged an entrance fee of IDR 200.000 per person. With this IDR 200.000 you will be seated at the lounge area only. If you want to be seated at the daybed with umbrella, cabana, or the vip bungalow, there is a minimum spending. The second time I was coming here was in June, and the price of the minimum spending has increased almost double. For the daybed with umbrella and sofa near the pool, a minimum spending of IDR 3.5000.000 will be charged to you before the tax. This means that you have to spend IDR 3.500.000 on the OMNIA food or drink and the minimum spending of 3.5 million is before tax. Below is the kind of food I ordered to reach IDR 3.500.0000.
Additionally, for those who would like to reserve in the cabana area, there is a minimum spending of IDR 7.000.000. Children are not allowed to enter the pool area as they operate 21+ policy. However, the children can sit in the sofa area. Don’t forget to bring your ID card as ID required upon entry.
Alternatively, if you do not want to seat at the OMNIA seats area, you can seat at their Japanese Restaurant, Sake No Hana. However, there is a minimum spending of IDR 400.000 per person and a time limit of 2 hours in the restaurant.
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Opening Hours: 11 am to 7 pm daily, 7 days a week
Sake No Hana open for all-day dining from 11 am to 11 pm