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« La Reserve 1785 is a living testimony of heartfelt luxury at its best. »

La Reserve 1785 was acquired in 1936 by Mademoiselle Henriette Reboul, renowned as a French antiques collector and a love priestess. She reputedly had numerous famous friends and lovers who all took abode in this magnificent residence, coming from all over the world.Under the magic wand of French Architects Laura Juhen, Louis Mariotti and Jean Umani, La Reserve 1785 is now a genuine touch gem, alluring beauty, and sensuality in tribute to the elusive Henriette Reboul’s spirit.


La Reserve 1785, a jewel in the heart of Bali's mystical landscape, epitomizes the pinnacle of luxury and elegance where French refinement meets the soulful essence of Balinese culture. Within this 13-suite boutique hotel, each room is a sanctuary of opulence, boasting private pools offering a haven of tranquility. Indulge in the embrace of comfort and sophistication, where every suite is a masterpiece. Immerse yourself in the rejuvenating touch of Balinese massages, savor the artistry of gourmet cuisine, and bask in the personalized service that caters to your every whim.


It's not just a stay; it's an immersive experience in an enchanting paradise.


"A Balinese escape where surf meets sensuality"

​A hefty dose of French chic runs through La Reserve 1785’s suites, which boast crystal chandeliers, four poster beds, and, in some cases, private plunge pools. The hotel’s long and luxurious main swimming pool sits within its lush Purity garden, and is overlooked by Le Café Rouge restaurant, where you can tuck into sustainably sourced, colourful and fresh Mediterranean-inspired dishes.


Breakfast is a serious business here, with the chef’s team able to create your favourite treats for you to enjoy in the restaurant or in the privacy of your terrace. 

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All therapies at the Secret Spa draw from the richness of the sea and Balinese culture surrounding La Reserve 1785, blending natural organic ingredients, traditional practices and modern techniques.

Every guest – whether they stay a day or a year – can become part of the story
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