OMNIA Dayclub Opens as Bali’s Newest Day Life Destination

What's On | Written By, Life on the Island | December 7th, 2017

Hakkasan Group, one of the world’s leading hospitality companies, has announced the arrival of the world’s first OMNIA Dayclub and the adjoining modern Japanese restaurant, Sake no Hana in Bali. Opening in mid December 2017, these venues are perfectly placed in a stunning clifftop location in Uluwatu at the island’s southwestern tip of the Bukit Peninsula. The dayclub and restaurant have been meticulously planned to maximise the panoramic views of the Indian Ocean that can be enjoyed from this 80-meter plateau.

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The sense of arrival starts at the stylish portecochère that leads through into a stunning wooden structure inspired by traditional Balinese pavilions. Both venues merge seamlessly into each other with the main dining area for Sake no Hana occupying the upper level and stepped lounge areas below that echo the local terraced farmland seen throughout Bali. Sake no Hana is a modern authentic Japanese restaurant that originated on London’s St. James Street. The restaurant will feature à la carte menus that provide a selection of charcoal grill, toban and kamameshi dishes, while sushi and sashimi are prepared-to-order at the sushi bar.

The flagship OMNIA Nightclub opened in Las Vegas in 2015 and quickly established a reputation as one of the world’s greatest nightclubs. OMNIA Dayclub in Bali will be the first time this concept has opened as a dayclub. With an array of VIP areas, terrazzo cabanas, an infinity pool and a cliffside bar suspended over the ocean that is sure to become one of Bali’s bucket list attractions, OMNIA Dayclub will set a new standard of service and experience within Bali and beyond.