At the end of an eight-kilometre-long beach in Bali lies the sustainable and luxurious resort of Alila Seminyak. The sunsets are legendary, the sea is perfect for surfing and the beaches are among the best in Bali. What better place to relax than there?
The 176-room resort Alila Seminyak is a lush, secret garden designed by Gaurang Khemka of the Singapore architectural firm URBNarc. Modern architecture with soothing greenery, climbing plants, green roofs and landscaped terraces make Alila Seminyak a special place to stay that stimulates all the senses. The lobbies and all public areas are also naturally ventilated by the salty sea breeze. In the five extensive infinity pools you can cool off from the Balinese tropical heat.
The aesthetics of the resort have been refined down to the smallest details. The decoration with recurring motifs forms a guiding principle throughout the whole and the rooms with feather-soft king-size beds radiate an unprecedented tranquillity. On top of that, everything has been provided for you.
The lobbies and all public areas are naturally ventilated by the salty sea breeze.
In addition to its aesthetic value, Alila Seminyak is fully committed to minimising its ecological footprint. It does so by using local building materials, site planning, and the integration of environmental, energy and resource-efficient systems. They form an integral part of the resort's design. As a result, the construction was carried out in strict compliance with the strict standards of the internationally recognised benchmarking and certification programme EarthCheck. Seminyak is a beautiful Balinese region to explore. Cultural excursions to the Uluwatu Temple in the south and the Tanah Lot Temple in the north, long, relaxing walks through the striking landscape or a visit to the wonderful rice terraces are just a few of the attractions in the area. And yet, Alila Seminyak is an accommodation next to an extraordinary coast that doesn't feel touristic. Perfect, isn’t it?