Measuring 57 metres, the floating feature is said to be the longest of its kind anywhere in the world and is part of the luxury resort’s innovative ocean-view water wedding programme.
The bride and groom-to-be can choose to have their ceremony at Sundara, the resort’s glamorous beach club featuring a 187-foot pool which transforms into a floating aisle, or at the Four Seasons Sayan, that’s accessible by crossing a bridge leading to a beautiful lotus pond in the forest.
Couples can also opt for hosting their big day at the resort’s infinity pool, situated 115 feet above the sea.
Jimbaran Bay’s ultimate water wedding experience also includes a full five-night ‘staycation’ with VIP airport transfer, ultra-luxe accommodations and dedicated service from staff including 40 world-class chefs, 150 butlers and room attendants, and 30 spa therapists, recreation and wellness experts.
Furthermore, couples are promised an authentic ceremony, complete with local Bali rituals along with a complimentary jewellery gift designed specially by John Hardy.
Four Seasons Hotels was founded by Canadian businessman Isadore Sharp in 1960.