The range of quirky guest activities, including squirrel feeding, tree climbing, and fruit carving
Two swimming pools, one with a swim-up bar and ocean views
Indonesian cooking lessons
The proximity to Legian, one of Bali’s best white-sand beaches
What To Know
The hotel has 5 rooms dedicated to handicapped guests
The kids' pools adjoin the adult ones
With 218 rooms, this might not be the choice for those seeking seclusion
24-hour party people might prefer the high-octane towns of Kuta and Seminyak
Parking on site
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Traditional Balinese design meets modern decadence in laid-back Legian, with a swim-up pool bar, beachside massages, and nightly entertainment
Resembling a Balinese village, complete with free-standing thatched-roof cottages set among tropical gardens, this beachfront resort offers newly refreshed suites with whitewashed walls, dark timber furnishings, and canopied beds with traditional 'Poleng' cloth headboards and cushions. The two pools are the centerpiece of the property, which faces white-sand Legian Beach, famed for its intense sunsets. Entertainment is paramount here: guests can indulge in everything from learning how to dance to morning tai-chi-fu sessions, a unique mash-up of tai chi and kung fu.
In the Area
More sedate than neighboring party towns Kuta and Seminyak, Legian is the place to learn some surf skills without being crowded out. Check into the Rip Curl School of Surf for instruction on everything board-related for beginners, reef surfers, and kids. Apres-surf, stock up on chic vibrant sarongs for all the family at Astradeco which has two locations in Kuta. For a sunset scene par excellence, head to nearby Seminyak and its perennially hip bar/lounge/restaurant, the beachfront Ku De Ta, where a glam, scantily dressed crowd sips cocktails and dances to trancey beats.