The Legian Bali is located on Seminyak beach, which offers some of the world’s best surfs, sunsets and nightlife. The hotel comprises 67 guest rooms and suites, plus a three-bedroom beach house, all designed in a modern chic style, while also incorporating traditional Balinese artwork and artifacts. Guests can immerse themselves in the Indonesian way of life while staying at The Legian Bali with its tropical scenery and tranquil surroundings. The amenities and facilities are plentiful and delightful, with several treatments available at the elegant spa, including body polish rituals for detoxing or rejuvenation, performed amidst beautiful natural garden surroundings. Guests can indulge in restaurants that serve some of the freshest, most succulent seafood around, caught daily from the nearby waters. From the hotel’s many well-appointed restaurants, stunning views of the ocean, as well as the famous Seminyak sunset, can be observed while guests sip away on one of the hotel’s custom-made cocktails.
Location: Located on the tropical Indonesian island of Bali, on Seminyak Beach, The Legian Bali has a prime location on the stunning golden banks of this elongated beach, with its enchanting tropical waters and breathtaking sunsets.
History: Once a quiet fishing village with local produce traders coming and going on a daily basis, Bali’s Seminyak became popular with tourists in 1970s when the first beach club opened, and has been prospering ever since.
Service: The concierge service here covers all guest requirements, whether guests require a private boat or international flight advice or perhaps just a glass of champagne for a special night, they will accommodate it all at The Legian Bali.
There are a total of 68 accommodations available at The Legian Bali, all decorated with a contemporary design, featuring white walls and local Balinese artwork and artifacts from around the island itself.
Studios Suites are The Legian Bali's entry-level guest accommodations, covering 1,065 square feet of space, which includes an outdoor area with views of Seminyak beach, separate living and dining areas, bathrooms with a bathtub and separate shower, a walk-in wardrobe, as well as double vanities and dressing areas.
1,130 square feet in size, the One Bedroom Superior Suites feature the property's signature canopy bed, a private balcony with a daybed facing the ocean, and an outdoor dining area for private in-suite dining.
At 1,185 square feet, the One Bedroom Deluxe Suites feel more like luxury apartments, with spacious living and dining areas that open out through French Doors to a scenic terrace space with gorgeous Indian Ocean views.
Ideal for friends or families traveling together, the Two Bedroom Suites are 1,238 square feet in size. Both bedrooms are ensuite and there are also generous living and dining spaces.
This trio of specialty designer suites range from 2,950 to 3,920 square feet, featuring two bedrooms with double balconies and plenty of living spaces.
The 8,611-square-foot Beach House is the ultimate getaway, set right on the Seminyak beachfront and comprised of three bedrooms boasting ocean views, a 16-meter private swimming pool, a secluded garden, and a shady balé for al fresco dining.
The facilities and activities within The Legian Bali are extensive, exciting and well-thought through, to accommodate the needs of every guest. From relaxing in the tranquil setting of the spa to enjoying a rejuvenating yoga session by the beach, there is bound to be something to suit all tastes.
The hotel features a breathtaking three-tiered swimming pool, with one level exclusively for adults - a 98-foot seaside infinity pool, and other pools available for those of all ages. The pools are open daily until 8pm.
The Legian Bali's spa mixes local traditional treatments with internationally-renowned brands, such as ila and HOMMAGE. In addition to treatment rooms, there is a sauna, steam room, hot and cold plunge pools, a relaxation lounge, and a wellness boutique. Treatments range from ila blessing rituals to massage therapy to manicure and pedicure services.
The gym at The Legian Bali includes cutting-edge equipment from Technogym and Visio Web Line machines, plus free weight and flexibility equipment. Personal training, meditation, yoga, spinning, and pilates sessions are all available.
With one main restaurant, two chic contemporary bars, plus a lounge, there are plenty of places to fill the picturesque nights at The Legian Bali. Guests can even satisfy their hunger by ordering from the extensive menu, while still remaining in the comfort of their luxury waterfront rooms.
This living room-type lounge features fine Indonesian art and an extensive multilingual library. Serving fresh juice, tea, or coffee, among other treats, along with a selection of imported cigars, this is an ideal place to relax with a good book or meet up with friends or colleagues.
This casual-yet-innovative bar is open for lunch, afternoon cocktails, and dinner. Dishes include favorites like Thai beef salad, grilled calamari, and homemade hoisin duck pancakes. It can also be transformed into a private group dining venue for up to 22 people.
Guests can enjoy poolside dining and the Bali tradition of sundowners at this fresh, breezy bar that stays open until midnight.
This all-day dining casual-chic restaurant features hearty breakfasts, light and succulent lunches, and delectable gourmet dinners, with an award-winning wine list to match.
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