Private Preview 2005: Balinese Jewel

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    Platinum will come to paradise when Bulgari opens a new resort in Bali in mid-2005. The resort, the follow-up to the jeweler’s Milan hotel, will be located on a secluded plateau at the southern tip of the Jimbaran Peninsula. Guests will stay in one of 58 private villas, each with a patio and plunge pool. Other resort offerings will include a spa, a library, and, of course, a Bulgari store.

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