The Oberoi Bali
The Oberoi Bali is an well-established resort with large private pool villas. With a serene and tropical setting and a warm welcoming Balinese atmosphere the Oberoi Bali is a perfect haven to relax and unwind.
At a Glance
The Oberoi Bali has the advantage of experience - it has been providing an idyllic retreat to guests for many years and this is evident in the welcoming service and overall slick retreat experience it delivers
The traditional Balinese style of the Oberoi Bali creates an unforgettable experience
A visit to the Bird or Safari Park would be an ideal family excursion away from the hotel
After dinner enjoy a drink or two at the colorful Kayu Bar
The hotel is located on the beautiful Seminyak beach but only 15kms from Denpasar Airport so very easy to get to
Featuring the original private pool villas in Bali, they are still stunning and have the most enormous private pools.Scott Dunn team
Enjoy a delicious meal at Frangipani Café. The al fresco restaurant overlooks Seminyak Beach, offering incredible views of the ocean and a wonderful cool breeze.Charlotte Winter
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The Oberoi is one of Bali’s original luxury hotels, is fabulously located on a quiet stretch of the stunning Seminyak Beach and yet is minutes away from many fashionable restaurants and shops in this wonderful area.
The 74 Lanai cottages and private villas are all designed with traditional Balinese thatched roofs and the Lanais are set in clusters of four, each with a private terrace overlooking 15 acres of lush gardens. The villas are wonderfully private, surrounded by high walls covered in foliage, many with their own private swimming pools.
Breakfast under the palm trees at Frangipani Restaurant and enjoy the elegant setting at Kura Kura for the finest in Continental, Asian and Indonesian cuisine. Twice a week the hotel's unique amphitheater comes to life with Balinese dance performances - enjoy a candlelit dinner while taking in the colorful local culture.
At the end of the day after exploring the exciting local area or simply having been lying by the sea, visit the open-air massage pavilions at the Spa to make for a truly memorable and relaxing experience. The Oberoi's pavilions overlook a tranquil pond abloom with golden carp, water lilies and tropical plants.
The Oberoi's 74 rooms are all furnished with Balinese artifacts and teak wood. Bathrooms are marble and are glass walled and look out onto private sunken gardens. The Lanai Cottages are built in clusters of four surrounding a rock pool and the Villas have a private balcony and a shady pavilion for lounging or al fresco dining within the lovely private garden. Nine of the villas have their own private 10 meter pool and the enormous Royal Hibiscus Villa has its own kitchenette and separate living room.
Children are welcome at The Oberoi and with such a fantastic beach on your doorstep there is plenty to keep them occupied, but there are no specific facilities except for babysitting.
The Oberoi's restaurants are all in wonderful settings with the beachside Frangipani Cafe, the thatched roof Kura Kura and the Amphitheatre (with its Balinese dance performances) all serving a range of Asian and International dishes. The Kayu Bar has wonderful ocean views. The Oberoi's facilities include an indulgent spa with open-air massage pavilions, gym, sauna and tennis court.
Activities at Oberoi center on the watersports available such as diving, snorkeling, fishing, rafting, surfing, boogie boarding, windsurfing and boat charters, all of which are available nearby and can be arranged by the Oberoi's concierge. Mountain biking, jeep safaris and hiking are just some of the activities for those wanting to explore inland.
Location & Directions
The Oberoi, Bali is located on Seminyak beach, on the south west coast of Bali, Indonesia. The resort is 15 kilometers from Denpasar city, the capital of Bali province.
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.