The Jetsetter rate includes round-trip airport transfers, daily afternoon tea, and a welcome drink, a 15-minute foot and shoulder massage, and fresh fruit on arrival
Exquisite collection of Indonesian art and antiques
Free shuttle to nearby areas, including Seminyak
The authentic spa, with its own healing center, where guests can whip up herbal cures
What To Know
A 10 percent hotel service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
Suited to couples looking for a quiet, romantic retreat. There are no kids facilities on-site
There are some ongoing renovations to maintain and improve the property
Rejang Suites are on the second floor and are accessed by a flight of winding stairs, so those with mobility issues should book ground-level suites
Parking on site
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Tranquil thatch-roofed retreat stuffed full of Indonesian artwork on Bali's surf-friendly south coast
Tugu Bali isn’t your typical Indonesian island retreat. Located in the sleepy town of Canggu, just steps from the beach, the hotel has ditched the identikit white-on-white design concept in favor of creating a true sense of place. The soaring thatched lobby is modeled after a traditional ceremonial hall and features a towering 16-foot statue of Garuda carved from a 120-year-old tree, and pillars adorned with carved wooden heads. It feels as if it were built for reliquary purposes rather than greeting guests.
Bed and Bath
All 22 rooms and suites are individually designed and housed in a series of low-slung buildings. Ground-floor Dedari Suites come with plunge pools and open-air bathrooms. Upstairs, Rejang Suites have balconies, massage beds, sunken tubs and a collection of paintings and objets d’art (not to mention killer ocean views). Both categories have four-poster canopy beds and lovely Old World charm.
Guests never have to dine in the same place twice, and each meal can be taken in a special setting. Enjoy an elaborate feast in the Bale Sutra, a 300-year-old temple, or tuck into a low-key meal in the property’s open-air waroeng, a traditional hut where dishes are cooked in an open kitchen. On the relaxation front, the spa’s six individually decorated treatment rooms feature antique chairs, massage beds made from old rice containers and traditional stoves to heat rocks and herbs and spices. Many of the products are made on-site, and there’s even an open-air healing center, where guests can learn how to whip up herbal remedies from ingredients grown in the resort’s own gardens. Limber up for an open-air yoga class or a Balinese dance class, or brush up your culinary skills with one of the cooking workshops.