The Legian Bali is a sanctuary in the sand, beautifully balancing unique opulence with unparalleled service. The oceanfront resort on bustling Seminyak Beach is home to 68 expansive suites, 11 ultra-private villas, a fine dining restaurant, four bars and a palatial spa, making it the perfect home-away-from-home.
The iconic architect Hendra Hadiprana, is behind the resort’s inspired exteriors, mixing modern and traditional materials and features. The public spaces showcase Balinese influences with stone, dark wood and the use of water. This tropical feel continues in the interiors, designed by Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim. A host of traditional paintings, furnishings and artworks are set against light stone or painted walls with a near-minimalist approach.
A range of suites are available and all feature iPod docks, iPods, Bose sound systems and LED flatscreen TVs, as well as bathrooms with deep-soak tubs, rain showers and spacious living areas. Book into one of the 14 Studio Suites, which boast two separate outdoor decks for dining and lounging, complete with outdoor sun loungers with impressive views of the Indian Ocean.
Upgrade to the one-bedroom deluxe suite or a two-bedroom suite for even more space in stylish surrounds. Separate living and dining areas mean more space for entertaining, while the two-bedroom option is perfect for smaller families.
Larger groups will love the choice of the Seminyak, Sunset, and Legian Suites, each of which feature two sprawling bedrooms, private balconies and a host of exclusive benefits, including return airport transfers, a personal butler service and chauffeur and daily afternoon tea, cocktails and canapes. There’s also a private 16-metre infinity pool with a sunbathing deck and day beds, perfect for early morning dips and lazy afternoons.
The Beach House is perfect for those wanting a little more privacy. Set amidst a walled tropical garden, guests can step out of the lounge room and directly into the private 16-metre infinity pool, admiring uninterrupted views of the beach and stunning sunsets. Spend the afternoon on one of the surrounding daybeds, or enjoy private dining in the open living and dining room.
If that’s not enough, book into one of the ultra-private villas at the nearby Club. With 10 one-bedroom villas and one three-bedroom villa to choose from, you’ll be spoilt from the moment you arrive.
Amazing accommodation is also paired with delicious dining and a sumptuous spa. The Restaurant at the Legian, helmed by Chef Luke MacLeod from his fabulous open kitchen, features both indoor and alfresco dining overlooking the infinity pools and ocean. Come lunch and dinner, Luke offers guests a mix of creative and beautifully presented French and South East Asian plates. The Restaurant is also where you can find a splendid selection of breakfast options every morning.
Don’t forget to stop by the luxurious spa, which features four single treatment rooms and two dedicated to couples. Guests can indulge in a range of expertly delivered Balinese and Ayurvedic massages, detoxifying body polishes and wraps, Voya facials and Manipedis.
The Legian pairs serene stays with fantastic facilities, a legendary location and outstanding service. They are just four of the reasons why guests return year after year to holiday at one of Seminyak’s best kept secrets.