The highly anticipated white-sand beach getaway will provide guests with unparalleled comfort along the sunny shores of Sabah, Malaysia. A new node in the Alila Hotels and Resorts luxury brand, the beach front resort offers 152 bedroom and suite options along with 74 private ownership villas with one and two-bedroom options. Never far from the sound of rolling waves, the hotel houses diverse dining options, sky lounge and bar, kid's club, library, boutique shops, swimming pools, outdoor wedding chapel, and events center. The villas are nestled within the 5-hectre estate, amongst meticulously maintained gardens, forests, and water features. All villas are connected to the beach and lagoon areas and furnishes panoramic views of the Mengkabong River. Inspired by Borneo's longhouses, the villages merge refined character with the spirit of the region. Constructed with local timbers, off-form concrete, woven rattan, painted screens, and tribal artefacts, these villas represent a balance of both chic and ecologically smart design. Rooms are designed to allow natural airflow and equipped with luxurious private swimming pools to ensure maximum comfort. Conveniently situated, the beachfront resorts are only a short drive from Kota Kinabalu and Mount Kinabalu.
The Alila Fort Jaipur is housed within the 230-year-old Fort Bishangarh and offers stunning views of the surrounding Rajasthan landscape. Painstakingly restored to the level of comfort for which Alila Hotels and Resorts is renowned, the hotel embraces elements of Jaipur Gharana architecture infused with Rajput and Mughal influences. The result is a return to grandeur for the warrior fort of marble floors and stone walls. The 59 stately rooms and suites afford modern comforts such as expansive bathrooms, footed or built-in bathtubs, and large daybeds. Each room is equipped with modern amenities such as flat screen televisions and Wi-Fi. During the renovation, the fort’s original structure was kept entirely intact while various restaurants and spas were added in. Its turrets, cellars, and secret passages were craftily transformed into bars and lounges and creative spaces. Food concepts and menus are curated by renowned Chef Ranveer Brar who produces artisanal meals that pay homage to local traditional methods. The grounds outside the fort are home to a pool, bar, fitness center, banquet lawns, kids' club, and organic garden.
The Al Hajar mountains form one of the most photogenic regions of Oman - a widely underrated country known throughout the Middle East for its diverse natural beauty and fascinating culture. The Alila Jabal Akhdar Resort takes full advantage of the location, perched thousands of feet above sea level, looking down into a spectacular gorge that plummets to the ground below. And it's not just a good location that sets this resort apart from the rest. The wonderfully appointed range of suites here boast 'ridge', 'mountain' or 'horizon' views, each as spectacular as the next. This, after all, is a five-star hotel, so expect the rooms to come fully furnished with all the facilities you would expect; this means free high-speed WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning and lavish en-suite bathrooms with a quality range of toiletries. Away from the rooms, take a dip in one of the indoor or outdoor swimming pools, or enjoy delicious, elegantly presented local specialities at the resort's signature 'Juniper Restaurant' or adjacent 'Rose Lounge'. There's also an onsite business center, a luxurious spa and free parking for guests coming by car. Alila Jabal Akhdar is approximately 2.5 hours away from the major Muscat International Airport of Oman.
Set between the cerulean waters of the Bali Sea and the peaks of Mount Agung, Bali’s most sacred mountain, the Alila Manggis offers intimate, secluded comfort. Situated amidst a coconut grove, the resort offers fifty-three rooms and suites, all of which feature plush beds, private balconies or terraces, flat-screen televisions, in-room safes, and complimentary Wi-Fi. The Alila is home to an in-house restaurant, Seasalt, whose signature dish is an upscale rendition of megibung, a traditional, intimate Balinese meal served on banana leaves and shared among a small group of friends and family. In addition to Seasalt, the Alila is also home to an organic garden and outdoor restaurant, as well as the Living Room, a comfortable, open-air lounge that serves drinks and snacks. Additional amenities include a full-service spa with a variety of traditional and Western treatments, a yoga pavilion, and a swimming pool. The Alila Manggis lies a little more than an hour away from Ngurah Rai International Airport.