American breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
Within easy reach of Seminyak's beaches, bars and boutiques
The laid-back Meja restaurant serves top-notch food all day
The rooftop bar for quirky cocktails served in jam jars and sea views
There's a petite gym on the first floor open 6 a.m. through 9 p.m.; staff can open up later on request
What To Know
A 10 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
The rooftop pool is shaded, so if you want to sunbathe, head to the beach
The glass-walled bathrooms are not entirely private — potentially problematic if you're traveling with a friend
There's no spa on-site, but guests can use the facilities at sister hotel, The Amala
Parking on site
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Striking urban crash pad with a rooftop pool and cocktail lounge close to Seminyak's bars, boutiques and beaches
With its minimalist architecture, modern decor and sleek, clean lines, the Ize Seminyak is not a traditional Balinese hotel. Striking slate-gray geometric paneling wraps around the property, and polished concrete, muted stone and light wood have been used to create an austere aesthetic. Light floods the lobby and corridors, blurring the line between interior and exterior, and the hotel feels expansive despite not being set on sprawling grounds. It's a hip urban hotel that caters to a young crowd (25 to 35) looking for stylish, no-fuss comfort.
Bed and Bath
Of the 81 guestrooms, the higher categories (Ize Club) are furnished in dark woods and have iPod docks, whereas Deluxe and Deluxe Jacuzzi Rooms are kitted out with blond woods and have significantly smaller closet space; all have pale blue throws and jumbo pillows atop platform beds. The bathrooms are either a highlight or a drawback, depending on how much privacy you require, as they're separated from the bedrooms by glass walls. There are shades that can be drawn across, but they don't offer full coverage — fine if you’re on your own or with your partner, but potentially unsettling if you're traveling with a friend. Bathrooms are equipped with a handy amenities kit, signature products and fluffy white towels that make stepping out of the shower or tub feel indulgent.
The Meja restaurant has a laid-back vibe, with distressed floors, vintage toys and pastel-colored rotary phones dotting the shelves. Helmed by Australian chef Bradley Harrison, it serves Balinese and European dishes from an open kitchen; the roasted pumpkin salad with quinoa and feta cheese, and the butterfish entrée are particular highlights. After dinner head to the rooftop bar for sea views and cocktails served in quirky jam jars.
In the Area
Seminyak attracts a party crowd, and the Ize puts you right in the center of the action. The lively neighborhood is packed with surfers and shoppers during the day and comes alive in the evening with all-night revelers. The hotel is flanked by bars, including the popular SOS Rooftop Lounge and Potato Head. For eats, try Mama San, a converted two-story dockside warehouse that serves Asian tapas on the ground floor and cocktails in the lounge upstairs; or Mozaic, located right on the beach.