"The golden sand of Seminyak Beach is merely the irresistible beginning of what sets this iconic sanctuary apart from Bali's pack."
Against a backdrop of enduring modern architecture and swaying coconut palms, stunning sunsets enhance memories made inside all 67 understated suites and The Beach House perched along the Indian Ocean.
Surrounded by quality restaurants and beach clubs, the hotel enjoys a prime location on its own pristine section of the famous Seminyak Beach. Combining laid-back luxury with second-to-none service, The Legian has built up a following of devoted clientele. Once inside the resort you'll immediately understand why - this is paradise.
Sixty-seven sea-facing suites plus The Beach House spread generously along Seminyak’s iconic beachfront, each one showing off the inspired genius of Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim with natural fiber furniture and flooring against white walls minimally accented by original artwork and artifacts from around the archipelago. While Studio Suites are far above anyone’s notion of standard, upgrades include the larger One Bedroom Deluxe Suites, Two Bedroom Suites and our luxurious Specialty Suites. All extend to generous multiple balconies with unobstructed sunsets. For families and friends gathering together, seclusion seeking honeymooners and for a unique celebratory venue, The Beach House provides Bali’s ultimate beachfront address.
After the awe of first impressions at The Legian Bali, the facilities too are designed to exceed your imagination. Four dining venues offer the indulgence of choice at The Restaurant, The Pool Bar and The Ocean Bar, all accompanied by picture perfect Indian Ocean views, while Balinese breezes and signature sips can be found in The Lobby Lounge. Water ponds surround The Bale Paum meeting space in high tech style while The Business Centre offers secretarial assistance, Wi-Fi and broadband Internet access. Serious business for the younger guests means supervised activities on the sprawling Legian lawn, which also promises a bit of private time for parents.
Postcard worthy seascapes accompany every dish at our main beachfront Restaurant, Pool Bar and Ocean Bar plus signature drinks like the Legian Mojito and jamu, a healthy Balinese herbal concoction. Peruse our extensive library of international books while snacking and sipping in our living room style lobby. Get intimate without leaving the waterfront by ordering from the globe spanning room service menu anytime too.
Given Bali's proximity to the equator, the island's weather is reliably hot and sunny. There are two distinct seasons: the dry season lasts between May and September and the wet season runs from October to April. Even in the wet season it is likely to be sunny for a good part of the day, and the rainfall is never too high. The best time to visit Bali is between May and September, when temperatures are hot and the days are at their longest.
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- Sunday - closed
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