Bali’s iconic suite and villa only hotel offering the very best in Indonesian hospitality, design and style. The Legian Seminyak in Bali is at the heart of newly founded luxury hospitality company LHM and is the cornerstone for the brand’s future development. As part of LHM sustainability principles, The Legian Seminyak and The Club by The Legian Seminyak have eliminated single-use plastics. LHM sustainable policy includes the conservation experience at own turtle sanctuary and releasing baby turtles into the ocean.

The Legian Seminyak, Bali is one of the most renowned hotels in Indonesia. Opened in 1996 it has stood the test of time and is still the favourite choice for luxury travellers in Bali. Thanks to its unparalleled location on one of the island’s finest beaches, exceptional elevated positioning, 67 spectacular sea-facing suites and the three-bedroom The Beach House (the only private villa with direct beach access in Seminyak), this exclusive grande dame hotel, alongside its sister property The Club by The Legian Seminyak, Bali continues to attract the great and the good from around the world.


The Legian Seminyak, Bali is a boutique resort for suites and villas and is home to some of the most sought-after accommodations on the island. Each suite offers unparalleled views of the sea, and guests can choose from a variety of options – whether it’s a beachfront retreat for two or a multi-bedroom suite for groups of friends or families. There’s also The Beach House – a three-bedroom villa with pool and direct beach access. The Beach House offers space for spectacular weddings and special events. Those looking for the ultimate exclusivity can opt to stay at the super chic The Club by The Legian Seminyak, Bali.

Located adjacent to The Legian Seminyak, Bali’s main entrance, this private estate houses a 30-metre pool, private outdoor seating area and 13 private pool villas. It offers guests a range of benefits including a dedicated butler, private car service, laundry, daily afternoon tea, cocktails and canapés as well as complimentary in-room private bar.


The interiors of both The Legian Seminyak, Bali and The Club by The Legian Seminyak, Bali were created by a renowned Indonesian interior designer – namely the late Jaya Ibrahim. It typifies a chic, understated and locally inspired design style. Born in Yogyakarta, Ibrahim was the son of a Sumatran diplomat and a Javanese princess. His childhood was spent travelling with his parents and living in the Yogyakarta house of his maternal grandmother, absorbing Javanese culture. He spent 20 years working for Anouska Hempel before returning to Indonesia and establishing a design studio. The Legian Seminyak, Bali was one of his defining solo projects, leading him to design other hotels including The Chedi Muscat, Oman, the Aman Summer Palace, Beijing and The Setai in South Beach Miami. The hotel’s architect is another Indonesian great – Hendra Hadiprana.


The Restaurant overlooks the hotel’s iconic three-tiered infinity pool and combines Asian influences and local cooking techniques with the best of organic and sustainable seasonal ingredients. For a more relaxed meal The Pool Bar and The Ocean Champagne Bar offer light entrees and refreshing cocktails throughout the day. In addition to the exceptional restaurants at the hotel, Seminyak itself is known as the foodie capital of Bali. Thanks to the hotel’s location, guests have easy access to local cuisine and stylish beach clubs with favourites including nearby Ku De Ta and La Lucciola.


Nestled in the South Garden awaits Wellness by The Legian. It features ocean view wellness suites and The Wellness garden. Stylishly subtle and minimalistic in design, The Spa at The Legian creates a holistic, calming ambience and offers an extensive treatment menu of signature experiences and rituals delivered in beachfront treatment rooms. Signature treatments include an indulgent Four Hands Massage, the Javanese Sea Wave Massage, a Tibetan Kunye Massage, the Chakra Balancing Massage and the popular Balinese Ancient Massage which incorporates Balinese healing rituals. The spa features four single and two double beachfront treatment rooms whilst the wellness area has a warm plunge whirlpool, refreshing cold plunge pool, spacious sauna and steam rooms as well as manicure and pedicure lounges, a spa boutique and a gym. There are also complimentary daily morning yoga classes and a wide range of outdoor activities including surfing, watersports and personal training sessions.


From the quiet black sand beaches and playful dolphins in the north, to the majestic Gunung Agung with the mother temple of Besakih in the east, Bali offers countless cultural and natural treasures for guests to explore. Highlights include Ubud, the island’s cultural heart, the temple at Uluwatu, famous for its evening kecak performances and the spectacular temple at Tanah Lot which dates to the 15th Century.

For those wishing to combine nature and culture the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal in Ubud makes a dazzling day-trip from The Legian Seminyak, Bali, as do the famous botanical gardens of Ubud and the UNESCO protected Jatiluwih Rice Terraces.


The Legian Seminyak, Bali is part of LHM (Legian Hotel Management) a newly formed luxury hotel management and lifestyle company with huge ambitions to expand within Indonesia as well as into wider Asia and beyond. The group has a fantastic pedigree of leaders at the helm. It was founded by the legendary late Robby Djohan, one of Indonesia’s most notable businessmen, and his financier daughter, Irma Djohan, Partner and Managing Director alongside a collective of industry pioneers including Ralf Ohletz Count Von Plettenberg, recognised for his work with leading hotel groups such as Aman and Regent and one of the Founders of GHM with Adrian Zecha, as well as Hans Joerg Meier, former COO COMO Hotels and Resorts and former Senior Vice President GHM. The LHM aim is to bring a high quality of service, innovative design, style and space and create a distinctively modern hotel company that exemplifies the very best in international luxury.

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