Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa Review 21/22
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The Seminyak Beach Resort is Bali’s most exclusive getaway in the island’s most exciting town, newly relaunched and featuring a host of brand new facilities. This is the place to go if you want to get a chic Bali vacation.
It’s without a doubt one of the top places to stay in Seminyak!
Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa offers luxury vacations
This resort is known for having Seminyak’s most chic address, but it also has a stunning beachfront setting with endless white sands lapped by Bali’s iconic waves, all within walking distance. With manicured gardens, native flora, and elegant architecture that represents Bali’s heritage, this resort has cemented its reputation as one of Indonesia’s most scenic vacation destinations. The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa’s guestrooms and suites have luxurious amenities, ranging from private balconies to in-suite jacuzzis in certain space selections, for winding down for the night. Most importantly, your convenience is a top priority, so expect comfortable accommodations with the highest level of anonymity, luxury, and leisure.
Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa offers a variety of activities
When it comes to sports, the Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa has you covered with bicycle rentals, pool service, limousine transfers, a concierge service, a guest experience team, and more. Guests will also enjoy al fresco Mediterranean cuisine and an all-day dining pavilion serving authentic Balinese favourites, as well as a state-of-the-art wellness centre with views of the gardens and the renowned Kahyangan Spa, which provides holistic therapies in a rejuvenating environment. In addition, you’ll be able to relax in a glistening infinity pool right on the beach. Is there a more beautiful spot to see the sun set?
- On a sandy beach with bars, hotels, and nightlife all within walking distance
- Most rooms have ocean views and have hardwood floors and sunken tubs.
- Villas with individual bedrooms are available as stand-alone units.
- There are three baths, including a stunning swimming pool with views of the ocean.
- Two restaurants and two swim-up bars serve multicultural cuisine.
- Treatment spaces, a salon, a sauna, and two plunge pools are all available at this relaxing spa.
- A small fitness centre with new equipment and views of the garden is available.
- Wi-Fi, loaner bikes, and occasional afternoon tea service are all available for free.
- There’s an indoor chapel as well as an outdoor wedding pavilion.
- Evening movies and children’s games
- Yoga and classical Balinese dance are among the free classes available.
- Rooms in the Garden Wing that are close to the road can experience traffic noise.
- Both prices do not include breakfast.
- The design is a little lacklustre.
What about the location of Seminyak Beach?
A sandy beach is only a short stroll away, as are eating and shopping options.
The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa is directly on a sandy beach; the famous Ku De Ta beach club is just down the beach, and Potato Head is a 15-minute walk in the opposite direction. Hundreds of restaurants and shops can be found along Kalan Kayu Aya and in the Seminyak Square mall, all of which are about a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Pura Petitenget, a well-known Hindu temple, is just a five-minute walk away, and Bali TrickArt 3D Gallery is just a 10-minute drive away. Echo Beach, a popular surfing spot, is 30 minutes away by car, and Ngurah Rai International Airport is about 25 minutes away.
The amazing rooms to stay
Elegant rooms and villas with hardwood floors, balconies, and upscale bathrooms
The Seminyak has 105 rooms, ranging from comfortable Garden Rooms to lavish two-bedroom Villas with private pools and indoor/outdoor lounges. The Garden Wing across the street from the main building houses the hotel’s 30 Garden Rooms (which are the standard units here), while the Beach Wing houses 38 standard rooms, 26 Ocean Side Suites with living areas and jetted tubs, and 11 one- and two-bedroom Garden Villas with private pools and outdoor lounges. There are also seven one-bedroom Ocean View Villas with private baths, open-air gazebos, and jetted tubs.
With a subdued earth tone theme, hardwood floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows that open into narrow furnished balconies with views of either the lush grounds or the beach, the units are trendy and contemporary. Balinese wood carvings, small Indonesian artworks, and the use of stone and wood throughout contribute to the local beauty, but the overall look is a little dull in comparison to other high-end properties in the region.
Air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, safes, minibars, iPod docks, and electric kettles are standard in all rooms; coffeemakers are available in villas. The bathrooms are large and lavish, with deep soaking tubs, dual showers with rain showerheads, and a large selection of toiletries. Few toilets have glass walls that peer into the space, but there are filters that keep the light out. The Garden Wing of the hotel has several rooms that are next to the road which can pick up some traffic noise.
The Seminyak is a small luxury resort with convenient access to a sandy beach and restaurants, bars, and nightlife all within easy walking distance. The 105 luxurious rooms and private villas at the hotel feature local touches such as wood carvings and distressed hardwood floors, as well as facilities like free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, large soaking tubs, and iPod docks. Private pools and spacious living and dining areas with views of the garden are included in the villas. Two bars, a pool, a wellness centre, and regular events for all ages are available at the hotel. The oceanfront swimming pool, with breathtaking sea views and a dining room with bar service, is the highlight here. The Oberoi, which is nearby, is a good option for those looking for even more local beauty, though prices would be higher.
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1 thought on “Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa [Located in Seminyak, Bali]”
Ah what a fantasy destination, I’ve looked at the Maldives a lot but always end up going elsewhere for some reason. I love their little bungalows on the pier, it’s so iconic! I feel if you’re going to the Maldives, you’ve kind of got to do it in style – so I want to make sure I have the budget for it! Lovely place.