Guide to Seminyak, Bali – Beach, What to do, Nightlife and more

Seminyak is Bali’s expat hub, home to a beautiful beach, quirky boutiques, delicious restaurants and the coolest nightlife in Bali. There are also a lot of things to do in Seminyak. Hundreds flock there to see and be seen, thanks to its Instagram-friendly charm, but there are secret spots for those who prefer to keep a low profile.

Seminyak is often dismissed as being a mere tourist attraction, with beachfront bars and Aussie-ran restaurants making it a far cry from the ‘real’ Bali. There’s actually a lot more to this vibrant city than meets the eye, with plenty of little local eateries tucked down side-streets, a great surf scene and a whole host of friendly locals who’ll let you hop on their moped for a guided tour of this Balinese gem.

Seminyak Beaches
Seminyak Beaches. Photo by Marc Veraart

What to Do

Relax

Bali is one of the most chilled out places in the world, but Seminyak can feel a bit hectic and busy at times. Head to one of their world-class spas to escape and unwind. Spa at The Samaya is the best of the bunch, with a huge range of relaxing, holistic treatments. Head to The Spa at The Amala for tropical vibes centred on healing elixirs, aqua-pilates and feel-good vibes.

Seminyak Spas
Seminyak Spas. Photo by McKay Savage

Shop

Seminyak is home to some amazing little boutiques, stocking everything from hand-crafted jewelry to locally-made fabrics and clothes. Load up on delicious herbs and spices, as well as Balinese delicacies as you wander the streets. If you’re craving a bit of class, don’t worry – there are streets lined with popular brands, such as Gooseberry Intimates, as well as a Seminyak Village shopping mall that is home to international stores like Bamboo Blonde. There are always fun market stalls just outside the mall that offer dinky souvenirs and fun, bright jewelry and sarongs.

Surf

Seminyak has a few beaches, the best surfing one being Double Six beach. Head to surf school Bali here for surf lessons or rent a board and get stuck in. The waves depend on the season, so speak to a professional if you’re not 100% sure what you’re doing!

Surfing in Seminyak
Surfing in Seminyak. Photo by Farley Roland Endeman

Yoga

Did you even go to Bali if you didn’t get a yoga session in? Luckily, there are loads of places to practice, so get your kit on and get bendy. Jiwa Yoga is a calm oasis tucked in the centre of Seminyak, so is really easy to get to from most hotels and hostels. Seminyak Yoga Shala is another fantastic choice for those looking to wind down.

Seminyak beach

Some of Seminyak’s beaches aren’t great for swimming, sadly, so we’d suggest heading to world-famous Potato Head Beach Club if you fancy a dip. Get here early if you want to grab a sunbed or lounger as it gets very busy! It’s attached to the hotel so you can only imagine how many people flock poolside… There’s normally a DJ or live music later on in the evenings, but try and get down for sunset if you can – their infinity pool is lined with palm trees and gives you an amazing view of the sun setting into the ocean in front of you.

Potato Head Beach Club
Potato Head Beach Club. Photo by Lavinia Elysia

Cook

Get stuck in with the local culture and learn some life-skills at Nia Cooking Class! This is a wonderful place to meet new people and have fun getting experimental in the kitchen. Go with an empty stomach and an open mind… You’ll be taken a foodie’s tour of Seminyak (expect spice-filled markets) before enjoying a jam-packed cooking class.

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Seminyak Temples
Seminyak Temples. Photo by Marc Veraat.

Where to Stay

Villas are particularly popular in Seminyak but besides that, there are a lot of options of places to stay here. Booking.com is a good place to plan your accommodation in Bali because most of the bookings can be cancelled right up to the trip, allowing flexibility. Here are a few of the best accommodations that we recommend to stay in Seminyak:

The Legian Bali, Seminyak
For those who wants a well located beachfront villa with modern and high-class style. This hotel comes with pool that seems to run into the ocean, the feeling of tucked in an oasis all by yourself, and a well-designed garden with goldfish pond. There’s also yoga every morning and customized breakfast.
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The Oberoi, Seminyak
For those who are looking for privacy and to splurge for a honeymoon or special occasions. With quick access to Seminyak beach, this Balinese inspired accommodation is built on 15 acres of tropical gardens. The Frangipani Cafe inside here is famed for its cuisine. Notables are their open-air massage pavilions and outdoor pool overlooking the ocean.
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Swiss-Belhotel Petitenget
This hotel is hands down one of my favorite places I’ve stayed while in Seminyak – the pool is glorious, the rooms are huge and very clean and the breakfast buffet is full of a delicious mix of Western and Balinese food.
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If you’re on a budget, book a bed at Capsule Hotel New Seminyak – the friendly staff make it feel like home, and the beds are arranged into little pods to give you privacy. It’s very cheap, with the option of private rooms, too.

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Seminyak Sunset
Seminyak Sunset. Photo by Graham Hills

Seminyak Nightlife

Those after a night out have a lot of choice, too, but these are our two top picks. There are some super classy wine bars (head to Vin+ for a huge wine menu and stunning surroundings) or La Favela for old-school fun and great music. The club is covered in plants and cool bits and bobs, as well as interesting people from all walks of life.

What to Eat

Any foodies will be totally spoilt for choice in Seminyak, as there are many good restaurants in Seminyak. If you’re a brunch-fiend, get your body down to Café Organic and indulge in great coffee, vegan delights and interior-inspo! Café Moonlight Bali is definitely on my hot list of food spots in Seminyak and is full of healthy juices, amazing pancake stacks and really friendly staff.

Sea Circus is famous for its food as much as its colorful wall – just head to their Instagram page to see what we mean. Motel Mexicola is one of the most fun restaurants in Seminyak and is a haven of avocados, tequila and positive vibes!

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Motel Mexicola, Seminyak
Motel Mexicola, Seminyak. Photo by nydia hartono

How to Get There

Seminyak is close to Bali’s main tourist airport, Denpasar International. A taxi ride will take around 30 minutes, depending on traffic, and there are set prices so you know you’re being charged a fair amount – expect to pay around IDR175,000 (around $12). Uber does exist in Seminyak, but there are ongoing disagreements between Uber and taxi drivers so it’s up to you what you feel comfortable doing.

If you’re already in Bali and fancy heading to Seminyak, it’s a pretty easy destination to reach. It’ll take around an hour or so to get here from Ubud, another popular place in Bali, and around an hour to drive up from Uluwatu. You can easily come from Lombok if you fancy flying, or you can get a boat-taxi shuttle service from Lombok and the Gili islands.

While in Seminyak itself, walking is probably the easiest way to get around. If you want to escape the heat, hop in a cab – make sure it’s an Uber or a BlueBird car though! There are some taxi services around Bali that take advantage of tourists and newbies, but this company use a meter and are reliable and safe. There are some copycat taxis in town with similar names and logos, but look out for light blue taxis with clear ‘BlueBird’ branding and you’ll be fine!

Sunset in Seminyak, Bali
Sunset in Seminyak, Bali. Photo by Simon_sees

One of the best ways to travel is to find your own paths as you wander. Seminyak is full of fun, tourist attractions but is also home to pop-up food stalls and great street food, beautiful (unofficial) shops on the side of the road and stunning temples nestled in backstreets. The joy of Bali is exploring, so take time to go off-track and discover Seminyak’s hidden gems.

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Best Seminyak Restaurants – A Foodie’s Guide

Seminyak is Bali’s hip hot spot and is home to many good restaurants, beautiful beaches and plenty of trendy boutiques. This is a city of relaxation and indulgence, in every sense of the word. Food is one of Seminyak’s main attractions, so follow our guide to finding the best brunch, lunch and dinner restaurants.

Seminyak is one of the main stop-off points for anyone exploring Bali and is a firm favourite with all of the ex-pats who have set up camp (and businesses) there. The food in Seminyak is some of the best on the island, and there are plenty of opportunities to load up on smoothie bowls, seafood on the beach and Western spreads.

Brekkie and Brunch

Café Organic

Cafe Oragnic is a Bali-based chain restaurant that offers incredible brunch options, as well as plenty of dishes to carry you into the afternoon and evening. This is one of my top picks for any vegans and veggies out there – their menu is crammed with natural goodness! If you’re into sustainability and leading a conscious life, this is the place for you.

This little haven of plant-based goodness is based in the heart of Seminyak, and serves up amazing coffee, fresh juices and raw deserts if you fancy something sweet. This café has an Aussie vibe to it, which ties in perfectly with its comfy seating areas and friendly staff.

Cafe Organic, Bali, Indonesia
Cafe Organic, Bali, Indonesia. Photo by cafeorganicbali

Café Moonlight Bali

This has to be one of my favorite brunch places in Seminyak – a quirky little spot tucked just outside of Seminyak’s centre with a really chilled vibe. The WiFi here is super speedy, making it the perfect place to get lots of work done, or just update the ‘gram. If you’re as much of a caffeine-fiend as I am, you’ll definitely be satisfied here. Café Moonlight Bali is all about looking after your body and nourishing your soul – something I can get behind! Their menu is designed to be healthy, as well as delicious, so you can expect to find plenty of smoothies, fresh juices, hearty brekkies and sweet treats here.

Lunch

Sea Circus

Sea Circus is a colorful restaurant is located in the centre of Seminyak and is a must-visit place for any foodies! Their menu is focused on ‘balance’, as they say, themselves, so there are plenty of options ranging from super-healthy vegan meals to all-out indulgences. Go for tapas, tacos or opt for a liquid diet and enjoy the Margaritas.

The décor here is amazing, so make sure you get photos of everything. I love Sea Circus for its fun side, as well as how seriously it takes good food. There’s a slight Aussie edge to this place (a bit of a recurring theme in Seminyak!), and it’s a really welcoming and friendly place. Head here for funky cocktails and get ready to factor a nap into your afternoon plans.

Sea Circus, Bali, Indonesia
Sea Circus, Bali, Indonesia. Photo by seacircus

Kultar restaurant

If you’re after local food, head to Kultar. It’s recommended that you book first in order to guarantee a seat – it really does get that busy! Don’t let that put you off, though, as it’s actually a super friendly, chilled place to relax and enjoy delicious Indonesian food. They also offer an all-day brekkie menu for anyone else who’s too lazy to get up early.

You’ll be eating amongst the rice paddies, and can take in all traditional decorations dotted around the place. I’d suggest trying some of the local dishes here, just to get a really authentic experience, but they do have other tasty options. Mie Goreng (fried noodles!) will always be one of my favourite Indonesian dishes and makes a great benchmark when trying a new food spot. The Rendang gets really good reviews, too, so order a few dishes and experience as much as possible.

Dinner

Motel Mexicola

So, as you may have guessed by the name, Motel Mexicola isn’t all that focused on local food! If you fancy a break from Nasi Goreng, feast on Mexican deliciousness instead. The vibe here is pretty whacky, which is what makes it such a great place to head to in the evenings. Everything here is fun, loud and quirky, so dress up and get ready for a night of pitchers, guac and dancing in your seat.

They have delicious meat and seafood options, as well as tasty veggie options. If you’re after a quiet, intimate dinner, move along, please! Motel Mexicola is all about celebration and enjoyment, so round up your friends and head down for a night of festivities.

Mojito at Motel Mexicola Bali, Indonesia
Mojito at Motel Mexicola Bali, Indonesia. Photo by motelmexicola

KILN Petitenget

Just off the main Seminyak beach, KILN Petitenget is a lovely restaurant to visit in the evenings. Their menu focuses on Mediterranean delights in a stunning setting. This is a lovely place to visit for a romantic dinner, or a relaxed get-together with close friends. It’s the ‘grown-up’ spot in town, so expect great service, an extensive wine menu and incredible food.

Lovingly-cooked skewers of tender meat, tasty falafel and spiced kebabs (the fancy kind, not the 3 am kind!) make this place any foodie’s heaven. There are veggie options available, and a large evening menu with a range of sharing dishes for anyone who can’t make up their mind. Try and save room for their Banana Tarte Tatin.

KILN on Petitenget, Bali, Indonesia
KILN on Petitenget, Bali, Indonesia. Photo by kilnbali

Explore, Enjoy, Eat
Seminyak has so much to offer to a foodie that it’s impossible to fit it all into one guide. There truly is something for everyone in this lively city – whether you’re after tasty local dishes, vegan health-food spots or Aussie-owned burger chains! Follow your heart, and your nose, and make room for five meals a day. It’s the Bali way.


Where to stay in Seminyak *

Stay at The Legian Bali for a well located beachfront villa with modern and high class style. Or go for minimalist Balinese villas overlooking the Indian ocean at Alila. A famous hotel here is The Oberoi especially with the honeymooners and luxury seekers. Not to forget is also the Resort Courtyard by Marriott Bali with its own private terraces.

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Best Luxury Hotels in Bali

A lot of people comes to Bali for their honeymoon or for a recuperation holiday. There are plenty of things to do and places to stay in Bali that fits a budget holiday. Whether you are on a honeymoon or on a self-pampering holiday, there are sure to be a luxurious hotel to fit your needs.

If you are looking for peace and tranquillity, you may want to stay at Nusa Dua *, which is hidden with beautiful and luxurious hotels, villas and resorts with pristine private beaches and clear blue seas. If you are looking for some vibrant nightlife and a wonderful selection of restaurants, upmarket Seminyak is the place to stay *. If you are looking for a deep in the forest kind of private retreat, then Ubud * has a few hidden treasures to offer.

Prices 150 – 300 USD

The Oberoi, Seminyak

For those who are looking for privacy and to splurge for a honeymoon or special occasions. With quick access to Seminyak beach, this Balinese inspired accommodation is built on 15 acres of tropical gardens. The Frangipani Cafe inside here is famed for its cuisine. Notable are their open-air massage pavilions and outdoor pool overlooking the ocean.
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Tandjung Resort, Sanur
For those who appreciate traditional architectures and design. This hotel, built way back in 1962, encapsulates the Balinese style and spirit. Among the spacious gardens are thatched roofed bungalows, pavilions, sculptures and fish ponds. It also has direct access to the Sanur beach.
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Amarterra Villas Bali, Nusa Dua

For those looking for a dreamy villa in a sanctuary within Bali, this hotel comes with a beautiful pool surrounded by Balinese styled modern villas. The stylishly designed hotel grounds, with rattan and thatched verandah and lots of greens, would make you almost not wanting to leave the place, even though it opens up to a beautiful beach. The service is well rated and it also comes with free shuttle and private pool.
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Prices 300 – 450 USD

Alila, Seminyak

For those who loves minimalism, this comes with Balinese touches but keeping true to its philosophy. The hotel has 5 swimming pools to choose from, with plenty of the Indian ocean view. With world-class service, with available spa and babysitting services. Stay here if you want a good location to access the highlights of Seminyak too.
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Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa & Spa, Nusa dua

This luxurious villa stretching across a golden private beach is one worth the splurge. Decorated with unique themes, each spacious villas come with a private pool, kitchennette and open-air garden bath. There is a 24-hour butler service, in-house spa and personal beachside breakfast.
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Prices from 450 USD

COMO Shambhala Estate, Ubud

Nestled in a private location deep in the tropical greenery, with just 15 minutes drive from Ubud, this hotel offers the best luxurious retreat in nature. Each room features wooden furniture and flowing white adornments against a backdrop of greenery, with relaxing outdoor terraces and open bathrooms. This place is almost like in a dream.
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St Regis, Nusa Dua

For those looking to splurge on their honeymoon or important trip, this hotel delivers the experience with style. Ranging from villas to suites, there is one that would meet your needs and appetite. The setting is like a dream with thatched roofs, palm trees and running pool overlooking the ocean. To top it off, it comes with impeccable service, sumptuous breakfast at the famous Boneka restaurant and amazing spa in an overall uncrowded hotel.
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The Legian Bali, Seminyak

For those who wants a well located beachfront villa with modern and high class style. This hotel comes with pool that seems to run into the ocean, the feeling of tucked in an oasis all by yourself, and a well designed garden with gold fish pond. There’s also yoga every morning and customized breakfast.
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Samabe Bali Suites & Villas, Nusa dua

For those on a honeymoon, this 5-star luxurious villa will bound to impress your better half. Offering suites with an uninterrupted view of the ocean plus a romantic bath with glass enclosure, this villa promises privacy and relaxation with style. It also comes with 24-hour butler service and free flow alcohol among many other extras.
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Top 10 Things to Do in Seminyak, Bali

There’s a whole range of things to do in Seminyak. If you are planning to visit Seminyak in Bali, then here’s the place to get an idea of what to do there. Although there are not many tourist attractions to be had, you can be sure to find yourself busy with beach activities, enjoying the best foods and the interesting nightlife.

Here are our recommended things to do in Seminyak to have a good time:

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Relax at Seminyak beach

Since Seminyak is in Bali, it is without a doubt full of beaches where you can go and relax. Seminyak beach is one of the best beaches in Bali. You can take a walk on the beach or you can lie down and enjoy a nice drink while enjoying the serene environment. There’s the Seminyak Beach, which has a beautiful and spectacular sunset. On the Petitenget beach, there’s a beautiful scenery and a Balinese temple located by the beachside.

Seminyak

Seminyak beach, Bali. Photo by Dimos Paraskevas

Bungee jumping

If you are looking for some action, then why not try bungee jumping. On the Seminyak beach, there is the famous AJ Hackett Bungy at the Double Six nightclub, which is known as a perfect place for bungee jumping in Bali. In Seminyak for bungee jumping, you will find yourself at a tower measuring at 45m. It is quite common for bungee jumping to be done at night, as you will find places open for this activity all night long.

Try surfing

As one of the Top 10 Best Surf Spots in Bali, Seminyak is good for intermediate to advanced surfers. If you are a good surfer and is looking for a challenge, this is the place. But if you are a beginner, do not fret as there are enough surfing schools in Seminyak that are here to guide and help you with the right surfing equipment in beginner surfing lessons. The most famous places to surf around Seminyak are Kuta Beach, Canggu Beach and Legian Beach. You can also try kitesurfing here when the winds are in your favour.

Kitesurfing at Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Kitesurfing at Seminyak, Bali. Photo by Farley Roland Endeman

Taste the Cuisine of Seminyak

One of the things you must do here is to try some of the best Bali restaurants in Seminyak. There’s a range of restaurants, from five-star restaurants to street stalls and all sorts of food for your breakfast, lunch and dinner; all depending on the areas that you visit. The prices vary too, from cheap to modest to expensive. From vegetarian to western to Javanese, there are all kinds of cuisine waiting to be tasted in Seminyak. The local dishes that deserve a try are Nasi Goreng, Babi Guling, and Bebek Betutu. The perfect places to get a taste of this food are around the areas of Petitenget and Umalas. If you are up to it, you can also learn some Balinese cuisine here at many popular cooking classes in Seminyak.

If you’re looking for a good brung, go to Café Organic and indulge in great coffee, vegan delights and interior-inspo! Café Moonlight Bali is definitely on my hot list of food spots in Seminyak and is full of healthy juices, amazing pancake stacks and really friendly staff.

Sea Circus is famous for its food as much as its colorful wall – just head to their Instagram page to see what we mean. Motel Mexicola is one of the most fun restaurants in Seminyak and is a haven of avocados, tequila and positive vibes!

Experience the Nightlife of Seminyak

Seminyak has many happening nightspots. In fact, most of Bali’s trendiest nightspots are in Seminyak. There are dance clubs, bars, and nightspots to choose from. The hippest places in Seminyak for a great night are at Jl Double Six, Jl Oberoi, Jl Kunti and Jl Petitenget. The most famous happening places at night in Seminyak are Potato Head Club, Double Six, Ku dé Ta, Red Carpet Champagne Bar, and Syndicate Club Bali.

Watching sunset from Ku De Ta, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Watching sunset from Ku De Ta, Seminyak, Bali. Photo by Graham Hills

Play Golf

Golfing is not that popular to commit to while on holiday overseas, but here in Seminyak, it is one of the things that you may take part just because of its location. Little known but it is also one of the best outdoor activities to do in Bali. The most famous golf course in Bali is the Nirwana Bali Golf Club, which is designed by the famous designer Greg Norman. The design of this golf course is such that it takes the player through the amazing scenery during the game, like terraced rice paddies and beautiful cliffs that lead down to the huge ocean. It is certainly a view and a game not to be missed.

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Pura Petitenget Temple

It is impossible to be in Seminyak and not find time to learn more about the religious culture of this place. The perfect place for this is at the Pura Petitenget temple, which is impressively located at the beach off Jl Petitenget. Sometimes, the temple holds beautiful beach ceremonies that you can be witness to if you are lucky.

Pura Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali. Photo by Aleksandr Zykov

Shopping

Going for holiday and not going for shopping before you head back home is out of the question. Here, you do not need that many reasons to go shopping, as Seminyak is a place made for shopping. There is everything that tourists would want to buy before going back home. Since Seminyak is known as the upmarket shopping district of Bali, there’s a whole variety of things to shop for here. From clothing and accessory boutiques to jewellery to art to amenities, Seminyak is the perfect place to fill up your luggage before going home to your family and friends.

Spa and Massages

To be in Seminyak and not trying out the spa and massage treatment is a huge loss for any visitor. The spa and massage treatment is another way to relax during your visit in Seminyak. It is especially an excellent place to get your body back in order if you have taken part in some heavy outdoor beach activities. The spa and massage treatment come in many varieties in Seminyak. There are treatments with flavours like chocolate, milk and honey, avocado and much more. There are also many variations of massages, including the local Balinese massage. Or just chill at the beachside watching the sun go down as Seminyak is well known its beautiful sunsets.

Chill with drinks at Seminyak beach, Bali, Indonesia

Chill with drinks at Seminyak beach, Bali. Photo by Andreia

Have Fun at Local Parks

Parks are great ways to have fun, especially if it’s a water park. The Waterbom Water Park is a great place to have fun, particularly if there are children involved. There are enough thrills and adventures, such as the Race Track, Lazy River and Climax, which are lots of fun. There’s also the Bali Safari and Marine Park, which is another fun place especially if you are travelling Bali with kids. In this park, you get up close and personal with animals like tigers, hippos, rhinos, and zebras. There is also a variety of animal shows and a freshwater aquarium.

The things to do in Seminyak is plenty. Since it is considered an upmarket place, Seminyak is filled with first-class accommodation and best restaurants. With a sophisticated atmosphere, Seminyak is an interesting place to visit and immerse yourself in.


Best Accommodations in Seminyak

Booking.com is a good place to plan your accommodation in Bali because most of the bookings can be cancelled right up to the trip, allowing flexibility. Here are a few of the best accommodations that we recommend to stay in Seminyak:

The Legian Bali, Seminyak
For those who wants a well located beachfront villa with modern and high class style. This hotel comes with pool that seems to run into the ocean, the feeling of tucked in an oasis all by yourself, and a well designed garden with gold fish pond. There’s also yoga every morning and customized breakfast.
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Alila, Seminyak
For those who loves minimalism, this comes with Balinese touches but keeping true to its philosophy. The hotel has 5 swimming pools to choose from, with plenty of the Indian ocean view. With world-class service, with available spa and babysitting services. Stay here if you want a good location to access the highlights of Seminyak too.
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The Oberoi, Seminyak
For those who are looking for privacy and to splurge for a honeymoon or special occasions. With quick access to Seminyak beach, this Balinese inspired accommodation is built on 15 acres of tropical gardens. The Frangipani Cafe inside here is famed for its cuisine. Notables are their open-air massage pavilions and outdoor pool overlooking the ocean.
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Resort Courtyard by Marriott Bali, Seminyak
Marriott is a trusted brand for many and this one in Bali lives up to its name. This secured luxury is located just 5 minutes walk to Seminyak beach. A noted feature is its private terraces for relaxation, hence making it a favourite of couples.
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