Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach which opened its doors in July 2017, is an eclectically-designed hotel, which draws inspiration from the flavours, culture and character of its surrounding local neighbourhood. It features an authentic fusion of enchanting Balinese culture and contemporary creativity. Extending across 4.7 hectares of lush, landscaped grounds, the resort fronts the island’s most vibrant coastlines of Seminyak Beach, and boasts 289 keys to stylish rooms, suites and pool villas.
Jean Hélière, General Manager of Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, says “It is indeed a wonderful opportunity and I’m excited to be part of the flagship hotel of the InterContinental Hotels Group, the first Hotel Indigo in a resort location. I very much look forward to welcoming the guest with our passionate team to deliver our signature hospitality and continue to enhance the #staysurprise experience. We’re certain that every fascinating detail on their journey of discovery through fashionable Seminyak neighbourhood will deliver that.”
The 270 spacious rooms and suites feature a striking mix of locally influenced design touches. Every guestroom is fitted with a daybed, plush bedding, spa-inspired bathroom and state-of-the-art features. Additionally, there are 19 villas with private outdoor swimming pool, whirlpool and grand bathroom with double vanities—all inspired by Balinese Hindu’s age-old Tri Hita Karana philosophy (one’s relationship with Gods, living beings, and the earth) showcasing a clever juxtaposition of contemporary design and ancient tradition.
As a destination, Bali has always been able to delight visitors with its ability to embrace both the modern and traditional with a stylish and youthful zest — and nowhere is this more apparent than in Seminyak, a neighbourhood where the ocean breeze blends a fusion of village gamelan and modern music. And indeed where in every direction, the visitor can trace the neighbourhood’s story on a Cultural Journey — exploring its local communities and temples, where ceremonies and craft work retain the same daily rituals that connect you back to the heritage of the 15th century.
Welcoming guests at Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach is the expansive lobby space, the Neighbourhood Gallery. A Balinese Subak-inspired wall structure, accents of verdant foliage, unique outdoor artworks by local artists and water fountains, symbolize the tranquility of Semiyak and impart a soothing arrival experience. Signature geometric lines that decorate the resort are the creative interpretation of the traditional Balinese weaving textile, Tenun Songket.
There are seven lifestyle dining outlets at Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach with a venue to suit every moment throughout the day and evening.
Makase is the hotel’s neighbourhood café, contemporary yet casual with an open kitchen serving colourful local flavours for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Pottery Café, is open all day and offers a finely curated collection local specialty coffees, teas and chocolates, along with freshly-made pastries. It is set up as one-of-a-kind outlet with its own coffee roasting machine. Organic artisan bar and speakeasy cocktail bar, the Tree Bar offers healthy and bespoke refreshments within a gorgeous verdant space. By the resort’s main pool is the Cave Pool Lounge which serves cool drinks, delicious light bites, and refreshing sweet treats such as rolled ice cream. Salon Bali is the signature dining restaurant of Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, an intimate space with a rustic design aesthetic offering a local menu showcasing indigenous products and spices from Indonesia – served as a two-course menu (Catur Rasan), or a six-course menu (Nenem Rasan). Overlooking the pristine white sand beach, SugarSand, is set to become Seminyak’s hottest beachfront bar and restaurant, following its opening last September 2018. It is able to host up to 350 beach enthusiasts.
Leisure facilities for guests range from local cultural explorations to mind and body wellness. The resort’s Sava Spa offers treatments and traditional Balinese massages using Sava Spa’s locally-sourced natural spa products. The spa also features 10 treatment rooms, a Relaxation Lounge where the guests will receive more than just a simple treatment, a Nail Beauty Lounge, and a 24-hour Health Club with wellness programs and state-of-the art fitness equipment, such as yoga space, power stretching, weight-lifting, martial arts and TRX.
The five star rating is from LSU Pariwisata Bali Mandiri, a tourism association in Bali responsible for all Indonesian property ratings, which is part of the National Accreditation Committee in Indonesia.
- Rare juvenile oarfish captured on camera for first time ever on Great Barrier Reef
- Tropical North Queensland sets new domestic records
- What’s New in Rockhampton QLD in 2022
- P&O Cruises Australia Marks The International Day of the Seafarer With an Array of Mouth-watering Treats Onboard Pacific Adventure