BALI: The Club by The Legian Seminyak, Bali

The Legian Seminyak, Bali, is perfectly located on the pristine golden sands of the famous Seminyak Beach. But for those seeking ultimate privacy, The Club by The Legian Seminyak is the perfect retreat.

The Design

The elegant villa consists of 11 One Bedroom Pool Villas, Two Bedroom Pool Villas and Three Bedroom Pool Villas, all with private pools and unparalleled club services, including a personal butler in all villas, cocktail hours in the villas or club lounge, afternoon tea hours and a private chauffeur. The interiors of The Legian Seminyak, Bali, and The Club by The Legian Seminyak, Bali, were designed by acclaimed Indonesian interior designer Jaya Ibrahim and are typically of an elegant, understated and locally inspired design style. Born in Yogyakarta, Ibrahim was the son of a diplomat from Sumatra and a Javanese princess. He spent his childhood travelling with his parents and living in his maternal grandmother’s house in Yogyakarta, where he absorbed Javanese culture. He worked for Anouska Hempel for 20 years before returning to Indonesia and setting up a design studio. The Legian Seminyak in Bali was one of his most important individual projects, which led him to design other hotels, including the Chedi Muscat in Oman, the Aman Summer Palace in Beijing and the Setai in South Beach, Miami. The hotel’s architect is another great Indonesian – Hendra Hadiprana.

Wellness by The Legian

Guests of the villas have exclusive access to Wellness by the Legian and may indulge in a unique one-hour Balinese massage at Wellness by The Legian (maximum four adults in the Two Bedroom Pool Villa and maximum six adults in the Three Bedroom Villa). Nestled in the South Garden, Wellness by The Legian is where guests begin their journey to relaxation with personalised treatments using locally sourced ingredients. Those looking to enhance their well-being can choose from a variety of activities such as daily ocean view yoga, Pilates, spinning or simply work out in the Technogym gym. The Wellness by The Legian offers wellness treatment suites with sea views and the Wellness Garden, which is a direct extension of the chef’s kitchen. This fertile place provides the ingredients and inspiration for The Legian Wellness cuisine from the garden to the villa table, where guests are served breakfast daily. In the evening, head to the restaurant overlooking the hotel’s iconic three-tiered infinity pool combines Asian influences and local cooking techniques with the best organic and sustainable seasonal ingredients. For children up to 12 years old, there’s also complimentary ice cream!

About The Legian

The Legian Seminyak in Bali is part of LHM (Legian Hotel Management), a luxury hotel management and lifestyle company with big ambitions to expand both in Indonesia and throughout Asia and beyond. The group has a fantastic pedigree of leaders at the top. It was founded by the legendary Robby Djohan, one of Indonesia’s most prominent businessmen, and his daughter Irma Djohan, partner and managing director, together with a group of industry pioneers including Ralf Ohletz Graf von Plettenberg, known for his work with leading hotel groups such as Aman and Regent and one of the founders of GHM along with Adrian Zecha, and Hans Jörg Meier, former COO of COMO Hotels and Resorts and former senior vice president of GHM. LHM’s goal is to provide high quality service, innovative design, style and space, creating a distinctively modern hotel company that embodies the best of international luxury. The Legian is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World and has been recognised with numerous awards: 2021 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice #3 Top 25 Hotels – Asia and #7 Top 25 Hotels – World, 2019 Conde Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence. The LHM Wine and Food Series offers a seasonal variety of culinary experiences and the Sustainability by LHM programme cares about its impact on the planet and people and strives to improve its environmental footprint by seeking new ways to reduce energy consumption to reduce its carbon footprint.