This was our second trip with Remote Lands... On Java, our guide was excellent and we loved being the only people at Borobudur after the monument closed to the public.
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Soori Bali

Why We Love This Hotel :

Paradisiacal: An exclusive blissful beachfront hideaway.

Beach: Set on a dramatic black sand beach on an unspoiled stretch of coastline.

Food: Three dining options with Indonesian and European creative cuisine. 


The resort boasts a range of facilities, which provide guests with enough entertainment, relaxation and enjoyment with out stepping foot outside. Take a swim in the large infinity pool or have a workout in the modern gym. Yoga fans may practice yoga with a personal tutor or in a small group in the tranquil studio and spa lovers with be spoilt at the indulgent beauty and relaxation treatments menu.

Health and Fitness Center

The resort boasts a state-of-the-art-gym with modern equipment and free-weights. There are personal and small group yoga session available in a relaxing studio area. There is a large infinity pool perfect for swimming or lounging in, guests may enjoy drinks and light meals from the poolside bar on the sun loungers.


The award-winning Alila Spa is run by a team of dedicated well-trained staff. The luxurious spa is designed with contemporary Balinese flair and boasts private treatment rooms and natural organic products. The spa menu contains hot stone, Thai and Balinese massages, as well as indulgent baths, hair, skin and nails treatments.


Alila Soori offers guests the choice between three distinctive eating experiences. First off Cotta is an open-air restaurant serving Authentic Indonesian dishes and Western comfort food. While, Ombak plates up an eclectic mix of creative European style food under the star lit sky. Finally, The Reading Room provides light bites, refreshing drinks and afternoon tea with a side dish of complimentary literature, i-pads and art exhibitions.


Cotta features indoor and alfresco seating areas over looking the ocean and beautiful sunsets. The all-day-dining restaurant has something for everyone with Balinese and Indonesian specialties and western classics. The western menu ranges from eggs Benedict on crab cakes to succulent rib-eye mignon and portobello mushroom and truffle-scented risotto. For an authentic local dish look out for the bebek menyatnyat, a creamy duck curry. The food comes well presented with excellent service and a decent wine and drink list.


Ombak is the resort's signature dining experience and promises creative twists on European cuisine. Guests are advised to arrive at the eatery before sunset in order to enjoy a cocktail made with local exotic fruits and rich liquors whilst watching the changing colors of the sky. On the menu expect diverse dishes such as seared scallops with green apple, bbq eel asparagus and pop quinoa, glazed pork belly with marmalade and cassava and red rice and wine poached pear, with chocolate pot de creme, red wine and mint.

The Reading Room

The Reading Room is the place to enjoy a lazy lunch in between swimming and sun bathing. The menu boasts tempting items such as a honey baked ham and cheese sandwiches, mini Wagyu burgers, fresh fruit platters and sweets like chocolate truffles, doughnuts and ice cream. As for drinks, you may chose from luxury alcoholic coffees, to fruit smoothies and iced teas. Diners can entertain themselves with the venue's books, magazines, newspapers, games and i-pads with internet.



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Our co-founder Jay Tindall travels regularly to Indonesia. As well as relaxing in beautiful Bali, he loves visiting more remote areas such as Torajaland, Sumba & Kalimantan.
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