The Legian Hotel in Bali is Outstanding


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We’ve already touched on the Legian hotel Bali in another article on our site, but this page will give you some additional information about this remarkable hotel.  We hope you’ll find it useful.

The Legian Hotel on Bali is a bit more expensive than most of the hotels on the island, but there is no doubt that the Legian is worth its extra expense.

Convenient Location

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For one thing, the Legian hotel Bali is a highly recommended 5-star resort hotel located right on beautiful Seminyak Beach.  In fact, the Legian hotel Bali has approximately 200 meters of beach frontage, and although this beach is not exclusively reserved for the use of the hotel’s guests, not many “outsiders” stray there.

The hotel is also about a 3-minute walk to Seminyak’s trendy Ku De Ta restaurant, a 10-minute walk to the upmarket shopping and dining areas in Seminyak and Legian, and 15 or 20 minutes away from Kuta and its array of attractions.

In addition, only a 25- or 30-minute drive (depending on traffic conditions) separates the Legian hotel on Bali and Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Its location in northern Seminyak means it’s a bit set apart from the hordes of tourists in other parts of Seminyak, but it’s close enough to all the action to make it easy to get to where you want to go.

For example, you can hire a private car to make a trip to Ubud, the traditional heart of Balinese culture.  An eight-hour car rental will cost about $130 USD.  You can also go sunbathing, take nature walks, swim in Indian Ocean waters, surf and dive just a few minutes away from the Legian hotel Bali.

Quality of Service

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So, the hotel has a wonderful location.  In fact, it might be hard to find a more convenient location for your accommodation on Bali’s beautiful southern coast.

But of course, its great location isn’t the only thing the Legian hotel Bali has going for it.  This hotel is extremely clean and has a superior service staff.  You’ll never see even the tiniest detail out of place in this fabulous (but admittedly expensive) hotel.

Set within beautifully landscaped, lush tropical gardens in front of renowned Seminyak Beach, the Legian’s traditional, Balinese temple-inspired architecture houses fine works of Indonesian art, rich dark woods and earth-toned stonework.  It’s almost as if you’re in a big, comfy Balinese mansion.

The rooms at the Legian are spacious, but they also provide top of the line luxury.  In fact, there are no “rooms,” per se, because the Legian hotel in Bali is an all-suite resort hotel.  Every suite is individually furnished and has a view of the sparkling Indian Ocean.  And every suite features a richly appointed, spacious living room, dining room, en-suite bathroom, bedroom (or two) and private balcony with beautiful views.

Details That Matter

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Remember how I mentioned earlier that the Legian hotel in Bali takes care of all the details, even the tiny ones?  They even provide iPods and Bose iPod docks in the guest suites!

Of course, there’s also satellite TV, a personal safe, IDD telephone, concierge, fitness center, spa and complimentary shuttle service to Kuta and to Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Every day you’re at the Legian hotel in Bali, you’ll be able to partake in complimentary afternoon tea served beneath the pavilion, protected from all the hectic goings-on outside the Legian’s gates.

And, there’s no doubt that you’ll enjoy the fresh exotic fruit placed in your room every night by the hotel’s attentive staff.

The fitness center at the Legian hotel in Bali isn’t overly large, but there never seems to be much competition for its state-of-the-art workout equipment, so it must be underutilized – probably not surprising when you consider all the wonders waiting just outside the hotel’s gates.

The spa at the Legian is one of the highlights of many travelers’ stays.  The highly skilled staff can help you unwind and reenergize with several Oriental-inspired treatments and therapies in the spa itself or in your own suite.  You can choose from a number of therapeutic massages, facials, body treatments, and so on.

The staff members at the Legian hotel in Bali all speak English fluently, and they’re friendly and attentive without being intrusive.

The hotel’s guests are primarily Australian, Western European or Southeast Asian.  Most of the guests are couples in the 40 to 65 age range, although there is a scattering of couples with young children, honeymooners, gay couples and adult father/son or mother/daughter combinations.

This is a wonderfully diverse group of guests, suitable for this wonderful hotel.


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