Located on Seminyak beach, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali offers a range of rooms, villas and pool villas, each of which includes broadband internet, satellite TV with DVD player, IDD telephones and 24-hour room service. The Oberoi’s on-site facilities include open-air massage pavilions at the Oberoi Spa, a tennis court, a fully-equipped gym and a business center. Dining options include Kura Kura Restaurant, which serves gourmet traditional Indonesian cuisine, was voted Indonesia’s Best Restaurant in 2011 by Indonesia Tattler, and cited in the 2011-12 Miele Guide; Frangipani Café for al fresco breakfast or fresh seafood and light meals throughout the day; and Kayu Bar for aperitifs or post-prandials. The Oberoi is approximately 25 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).
Location: The Oberoi is located on the stunning and serene Seminyak beach on the west coast of Bali, where the sunsets draw crowds, amidst 15 acres of peaceful natural gardens.
History: Bali is one of over 17,000 islands in Indonesia, and has attained the moniker of “Isle of the Gods”, stemming from its complex and fascinating history.
Service: This hotel is ranked as the 4th best hotel in Indonesia, and as such, guests can expect nothing less than impeccable service.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali provides a choice of four luxury rooms where guests can rest their head after an exciting day of Balinese adventure, from the Luxury Lanai rooms with garden views, to Luxury Villas with their own private pools.
These rooms contain 196-square-feet of space, and overlook either a well-pruned tropical garden, or a rock pond. The interiors contain king-size or twin beds, a marble bathroom set in its own private walled garden, some featuring a separate shower and walk-in closet. The decor is Balinese-themed, featuring traditional and elegant Balinese artwork.
These villas feature a jaw-dropping 1,312-square-feet of space, and offer guests the utmost in privacy, with their location behind high stone walls. Guests will enjoy the privacy of their own swimming pool, surrounded by plush sun beds and Balinese umbrellas. The outdoor area also features a raised pavilion and a private terrace that overlooks either the beach or the gardens. The bathroom has glass walls, dual vanities, and a sunken marble bath. Walk-in closets, iPod docking stations, and free WiFi are standard touches.
These villas are feature grand amounts of space, with up to 820 square feet. Guests can enjoy their own private landscaped garden with rock pond in the outdoor area, overlooked by a raised pavilion and a private terrace that overlooks either the beach or the gardens. The bathroom has glass walls and a sunken marble bath. Walk-in closets, iPod docking stations, and free WiFi are standard touches.
Guests who enjoy a good gym session will not be disappointed by the Oberoi's fitness facilities, which offer state-of-the-art equipment, from cardio machines, to free-weights, and stays open from 6:30am to 9pm.
Overlooking the stunning Indian Ocean, the hotel offers its guests a beautifully-appointed outdoor swimming pool, surrounded by lush foliage and plush sun loungers. Guests may enjoy poolside drinks and snacks throughout the day.
Guests can enjoy the luxury of personalized holistic treatment, inspired by local Balinese healing traditions, combined with modern techniques. The spa pavilions here are open-air, and surrounded by the green shades of nature, making for a totally organic and healing experience.
This charming cafe is open from breakfast and lunch, serving up delightful meals, fresh seafood, and light snacks, under the shade of palm trees, in an alfresco setting.
Kayu bar is the ideal place to meeting friends, families, and/or colleagues for a beachside cocktail or light snack, pretty much any time of day, with opening hours starting at 11am and lasting until 11pm.
This award-winning restaurant is renowned not only in Indonesia, but internationally, having been featured in the 2011/2012 edition of The Miele Guide. Kura Kura serves up some of Indonesia's finest cuisine, as well as Asian and Continental favorites, in an elegant, fine dining setting.
Guests can check out the traditional Balinese amphitheater, where they will be entertained by traditional Balinese dancers, who perform twice per week. The performances are followed by themed alfresco dinners in the Amphitheatre itself.
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