The Legian & The Club
Style Oceanside opulence
Setting Beach central
A sophisticated, oceanfront boutique hotel on lively Seminyak Beach, The Legian & The Club is a tale of two kinds of luxury. Choose from sleek suites at the Legian hotel and all-frills villas with private swimming pools at the Club.
Need to know
- Rooms The Legian and the Club are sister properties that form one resort. At the Legian Hotel, there are 68 one- and two-bedroom suites; at the nearby Club, 10 one-bedroom villas and one three-bedroom villa.
Double rooms from AU$570.90 ($530), excluding tax at 21 per cent.
The price shown represents the lowest nightly rate for a double room available at this hotel over the next 21 days. Any price conversions from the hotel's local currency ($530) have been conducted using today's exchange rates from xe.com.
- More details Rates include breakfast unless you’ve landed a discount on the rack rate (in which case, you pay an extra US$26).
- Facilities Spa, gym, library of board games and books, gardens, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: free internet (high-speed broadband/WiFi) in suites and villas; iPod dock (in suites), two Video iPods, Bose sound system, LCD flatscreen TV, Blu-Ray Disc Player, espresso machine.
- Poolside At the Legian a seductive two-tiered 23m pool offers Indian Ocean views. The Club Villas have 10m private pools and there’s a 35m-long pool at the Club Lounge.
- Check-out Noon, but flexible subject to availability, and a charge of up to one day’s rate. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
- Children All ages welcome at this family-friendly resort. Baby cots are provided free and an extra bed for older children costs US$100. Book a Balinese nanny from around US$12 an hour with 24-hours’ notice. The Legian offers an extensive children’s menu. More...
- Also Villas at the Club come with a raft of extras: private airport transfers, in-room breakfast, afternoon tea, minibar treats, a local drop-off/pick-up car service and personal butler service. Free yoga lessons are on offer for all guests.
- Hotel closed No check-ins or check-outs are allowed on 31 March 2014, when Bali observes Nyepi Day (Day of Silence), although stays are still possible. Bali’s airport also closes for the day.
Food and drink at The Legian & The Club
- Hotel restaurant The Restaurant at the Legian offers themed dinners on certain nights, including hot favourite, the Friday night seafood barbecue. Club guests can enjoy a similar menu in the more intimate Club Lounge.
- Dress code By day, anything more demure than a bikini or board shorts goes. Add glamour after dark.
- Top table Grab a seaside table at the Pool Bar for sundowners that lead into dinner. For Friday’s seafood extravaganza, book ahead and request a waterfront table.
- Last orders The Restaurant and Club Lounge both take orders until 10.30pm, but the Pool Bar doesn’t close until the last guest leaves.
- Room service Order from a globe-spanning menu throughout the day (and night).
- Hotel bar The Pool Bar and Ocean Bar at the Legian serve signature cocktails such as the Legian Mojito.
Also worth knowing
- Weddings This property is suitable for weddings. More...
The Legian & The Club Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak Beach, Bali, 80361
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Our favourite rooms
Top-floor suites at the Legian command exceptional views over the hotel’s garden. We like the generously proportioned third-floor one-bedroom Deluxe Suites. At the Club, to single out just one of the capacious dream homes would be foolish, unless it’s the king-of-the-beach three-bedroom villa.
Although the resort itself is a laid-back, unfussy affair, for venturing out into the swish neighbourhood, pack a good dose of smart glitz, and Mrs Smith’s strappiest sandals. For glamorous Balinese accessories, head to Biasa on Jana Seminyak.
Consult the guest directory for listings of Bali’s many temple ceremonies – the Legian concierge (or your Club butler) can arrange transport and advise on dress code.
From the Guestbook…
We had the most wonderful stay. The location is great the hotel and food beautiful; we loved it and would definitely go back. Would recommend going to a lovely Asian restaurant cal...more