Need To Know
55, divided into Superiors, Deluxes and Suites.
Midday, although a 3pm check-out can be arranged, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $127.50, excluding tax at 21 per cent. ⓘ
Rates include breakfast.
Take part in a hands-on class at the cooking school, where East Balinese cuisine is a specialty.
No check-ins or check-outs are allowed on 21 March 2015, 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, cookery classes, organic garden, WiFi, valet parking, laundry, leisure concierge, boutique, car and bike rental (subject to international driver's license). In rooms: TV, minibar, safe, premium toiletries, day-beds.
Our favourite rooms
If you want to maximise your privacy, go for the Seaside Corner Suites, numbers 222 and 225, which come with wraparound balconies, littered with chairs and daybeds for relaxing in the balmy Balian air.
The unique inverted pyramid-style pool, which ensures shallow edges and a deep centre, is set beneath coconut palms in the landscaped gardens, and offers wonderful views out over the ocean beyond.
Bring some good hand-moisturising cream, you’ll want to soothe your palms after digging around in the organic garden.
Mount Agung, Bali’s most sacred mountain, looms over the hotel. Why not unleash your inner pilgrim and join in one of Alila Manggis’ organised treks up to Besakih temple?
Though the hotel doesn’t have any children’s facilities, kids are welcome. Extra beds or cots are available for US$35 a night plus tax, including breakfast, and babysitters can be booked a day in advance for around US$5 an hour.
Alila Manggis is an environmentally aware hotel, and is justly proud of its own organic vegetable garden and all-natural spa products.