Alila Seminyak is a luxury resort on the southwest coast of Bali in the fashionable town of Seminyak. The hotel boasts a fabulous beach front position, inviting pools and luxurious rooms all teamed with excellent food and refreshing cocktails.
At a Glance
Alila Seminyak sits a stone's throw away from the hub of Seminyak
The spa offers a wide range of signature spa treatments to reawaken your mind and body
Enjoy exceptional views from one of the resort's three infinity pools
Try the espresso martinis at the Coffee Bar or a Alila signature cocktail for sundowners
Foodies should ask for the destination dining and try the fresh catch of the day
Alila Seminyak is within walking distance of Seminyak; home to some great local restaurants and shops.Alice Moseley
Choose from one of the five swimming pools to lie by with amazing views out to the ocean.Alice Moseley
Enjoy taking a bike on a complimentary basis from the hotel and explore Seminyak.Alice Moseley
Opt for an upgrade from a Deluxe Garden Suite to a Deluxe Ocean Suite; the views across the ocean from your bedroom are definitely worth it!Charlotte Winter
If you are able to drag yourself from the immensely comfy bed I would recommend before breakfast taking a walk along the beach which is a real people watching paradise.Amy Ropner
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Alila Seminyak or take a look at our itineraries to Bali
Located on the southwest coast of Bali, you'll find the Alila Seminyak. The Alila brand has really made a name for itself in Bali and this is the newest addition to their portfolio.
Just 30-minutes from Bali's international airport and a short walk away from the fashionable streets of Seminyak, a great base for exploring the area. With a prime beachfront position just a stroll away from the town, you can choose whether to enjoy all the privacy the resort has to offer whilst still being close to all the action of Seminyak.
Similar to its sister hotels on the island, the resort is the product of innovative design mixed with luxury comforts creating a unique and special place to stay. Expect modern and minimalist interiors, exceptional views and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Alila Seminyak has 240 rooms and suites, all cleverly designed to give guests optimum space and comfort during their stay. There are four main buildings which make up the resort, each offering something different depending on guests' tastes and needs.
Children are beautifully catered for at Alila Seminyak with a dedicated play space to ensure that younger guests are entertained and engaged. The kids club is full of toys, games and can be used for both supervised indoor and outdoor games is open daily from 7am to 10pm. Babysitting and child minding services are also available on request.
Like all Alila resorts, Alila Seminyak offers a variety of facilities to keep guests entertain. Rejuvenate at the spa or one of the three freshwater infinity pools overlooking the sea. The dining options are also plenty, with a pan-Asian influence at the main restaurant and the option of all-day dining. For something smaller, head to the Coffee bar which serves delicious breakfast and light bites 24/7. For drinks, head to the Beach bar, always a popular option for sundowners and the Alila signature cocktail. Couples or groups who may wish to opt for a more intimate dining experience can also opt for Alila's destination dining.
Activities available at and around Alila Seminyak include yoga classes and exploring the local area by bike with bike rentals available from the hotel. Explore Bali's beaches, temples, markets and boutique shops and art scene stopping off to sample the island's best restaurants along the way.
Location & Directions
Alila Seminyak is situated in a prime beachfront location on the Seminyak coast. The resort is located close to bars, shops and restaurants.
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.