Need To Know
240, including 141 suites.
12 noon. Earliest check-in time, 2pm. Late check-out up to 6pm subject to availability and a half-day charge.
Double rooms from $507.48 (IDR6,753,639), including tax at 21 per cent.
Rates exclude buffet (IDR250,000 each excluding tax and service) and à la carte breakfast (hot dishes from IDR40,000 excluding tax and service), but include a scheduled shuttle to Seminyak Square. Children One under-12 can stay for free on an existing bed. All suites have space for a free crib or an extra bed (US$50 a night). Under-4s eat free.
All rooms are accessible to wheelchair users; one Deluxe Garden Suite has been adapted for disabled guests. If you’ve fallen for the hotel’s understated Balinese style, stop by Alila Living (open from 9am to 9pm) to pick up a souvenir from the carefully curated collection of local arts and crafts.
No check-ins or check-outs are allowed on 17 April 2018, when Bali observes Nyepi Day (Day of Silence), although stays are still possible. Bali’s airport also closes for the day.
At the hotel
Spa, restaurant, bar, lounge, yoga classes, bikes to borrow, boutique, free WiFi throughout.
In your room
Flatscreen TV, DVD player, minibar, black-out curtains, kettle, free bottled water, Alila toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
Opt for a suite for handy butler service and plenty of sprawling space. Just steps from the ocean, Beach Suites have a separate living room with a sofa bed than can serve as a second bedroom; the wrap-around balcony and sweeping sea views aren’t to be sneered at, either. The three-bedroom Penthouse has its own infinity lap pool high above the beach – a superlative setting for family frolics.
The three freshwater infinity pools are sleek, wood-decked numbers perfectly positioned to blend into the blue, blue sea. They’re open from 7am to 7pm and all are unsupervised; two are for adults only.
Taking inspiration from ancient Asian medicine and Balinese therapies, Spa Alila (open 9am–11pm) takes a tailored approach to pampering. Book one of the nine treatment rooms for a blissful four-hand massage, a traditional lulur body polish or a spot of reflexology. After a citrus-scented foot bath, 6–12 year-olds can indulge in a gentle massage with coconut oil, as well as manicures and pedicures. Don’t miss the creme bath, a nourishing avocado and coconut hair mask combined with a blissful neck and shoulder massage.
If you’d rather leave your stroller at home, the hotel can help you find a local rental. There are bikes to borrow for little ones, but you’ll need to bring your own helmet.
Alila Seminyak is a showcase for environmentally sustainable architecture, with an open-air design that keeps lighting and cooling needs to a minimum. The resort meets Earth Check’s stringent standards thanks to its water conservation and management programmes, the use of local and recycled materials and a considered approach to environment protection.