Alila Villas Soori
A new luxury all-villa property set on a dramatic black sand beach on the unspoiled southwest coast of Bali, the Alila Villas Soori has the most stunning views of the Indian Ocean and is perfect for escapists looking to relax.
At a Glance
Ideal for those wanting some peace and quiet, the Alila Villas Soori offer sophisticated seclusion
Enjoy a different beach experience with the volcanic black sand
All the villas provide plenty of privacy with private pools
Feel the real Bali and allow the hotel to tailor a one of a kind excursion for you
Experience an unforgettable gastronomic adventure at Alila Soori's Ombak restaurant
The Oceanview Suites have incredible views over the rugged black sand beach and pounding surf. I hired one of their Segways and explored the paddy fields which was great fun!Scott Dunn team
Breakfast is tapas style so you can enjoy a random mix of your breakfast favorites!Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Alila Villas Soori or take a look at our itineraries to Bali
Alila Villas Soori is set on a gentle slope between lush rice paddies and a rugged black sand beach close to Bali’s famous Tanah Lot Temple. This is one of Bali's most fertile and picturesque regions and tends to be quieter than some of the other coastal destinations.
All of the gorgeous villas combine contemporary Asian architecture with traditional Balinese touches and are luxuriously appointed with crisp linens, indoor and outdoor showers and private pools and boast either far-reaching views of the rice fields or panoramic ocean views.
The property houses three superb restaurants offering casual all day dining in the elegant Cotta, to beachfront dining at Coast and quiet refreshments and snacks at Drift. There is also a signature Spa Alila, a secluded sanctuary with treatments blending Asian healing techniques with age-old beauty recipes featuring the curative benefits of fresh and natural ingredients. Enjoy the large infinity pool overlooking the Indian Ocean and the luxury of the 24-hour personalized butler service and Alila Concierge that can arrange activities within the surrounding area.
There are 15 Beach Pool Villas, 15 Ocean Pool Villas, eight Terrace Pool Villas and eight three-bedroom Pool Villas. All have been designed to maximize the views of the paddy fields, beach and sea and yet are very private. Custom designed interiors offer the height in luxury and hi tech functionality and all villas have butler service.
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|Ocean Pool Villa|
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Children are welcome at the Alila Villas Soori and the expansive three-bedroom villas would be perfect for a large family. There are, however, no other specific facilities here for children except for babysitting.
Cotta is a laid back, semi open-air restaurant serving delicious fresh food all day. Alternatively, Coast restaurant has a unique and romantic oceanfront setting with an open kitchen serving the best of local seafood. Extensive in-villa dining is also available as are private meals anywhere from the paddy fields, to beach breakfasts, picnics and barbecues. There is also a lovely relaxed bar, Drift, serving drinks and tapas, library, gym and fitness center, 30 meter swimming pool and fabulous spa which blends Asian healing techniques and natural quality ingredients.
There is a well known Balinese dance school close by should you wish to try your hand at this elegant national art form. There are also riding stables nearby and the hotel has bicycles available to hire. The hotel organizes hands on cooking classes and can arrange any excursions in the vicinity.
Location & Directions
Alila Villas Soori is located just 20 minutes from Tanah Lot Temple, one of Bali's most sacred and most visited temples, within the Tabanan Regency, Bali.
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.