Bali: Resort Invests in Purification System to Produce Its Own Bottled Water


As part of its commitment to sustainable travel, an all villa  resort hotel in Bali acquires water purification and bottling equipment to offer guests fresh drinking water without the usual carbon footprint. 

Alila Villas Uluwatu has invested in water purification and bottling equipment in order to produce drinking water that has been filtered and bottled in reusable glass bottles right on the resort hotel’s premises.

The system was developed by EcoPure Waters, a UK-based company that has been producing water purification systems for more than 20 years.

The initative not only reduces the amount of plastic bottles used on the property. It also reduces the carbon emissions generated by transporting mineral water to the resort.

Bottles are washed using a biodegradable chemical.

The initiative is a part of the hotel’s on-going commitment to implementing sustainability across its operations. Corporate social responsibility is one of its core values

The resort was the first hotel in Indonesia to obtain the highest level of certification from EarthCheck as a Best Practice Building Planning and Design (BPDS) development.

All Villa Resort

Alila Villas Uluwatu, is an all-villa boutique hotel. It has a fine dining restaurant with an East meets West menu and an informal eatery serving traditional Indonesian and Balinese fare.

There is also a 50 metre clifftop pool and bar.

Other hotel facilities include a full service spa, a library, a 24 hour gym, a gift shop, a sunset cabana, and several spectacular venues appropriate for weddings and meetings.

Yoga is offered every morning in The Pavilion.


Alila Villas Uluwatu, Jalan Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak, Desa Pecatu, Bali, Indonesia. Telephone: +62 361 848 2166.

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