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Alila Seminyak,
Bali

Unfurling along a pristine beach on Bali’s southwest coast, mere steps from the Indian Ocean, Alila Seminyak ups the ante on tropical cool. A stunning beachfront resort that radiates sophistication, vibrance and vivacity, offering an indulgence of luscious lifestyle facilities and refined spaces for chilling out in style.

A Green Sanctuary

Opening onto a pristine stretch of beach, Alila Seminyak is a hidden oasis with environmental sustainability in mind.

Vertical greens are woven throughout the contemporary architecture with wall-hugging plants and verdant terraces for a serene beachfront sanctuary inspired by and respectful of Bali’s natural landscape.

A Sublime Beach Scene

Alila Seminyak occupies the quieter end of a sun-drenched beach that stretches five miles north from Kuta and Legian.

Seminyak combines great beginner surfing, legendary sunsets, and some of Bali’s most glamorous beach clubs including Ku De Ta and Potato Head. Inland, emerald rice terraces and deep-forested mountains lure.

Cultural Immersion

Temple culture is a big part of Balinese life, and Alila Seminyak is near one of its most unique ones, Pura Petitenget.

Witness festive anniversary celebrations on the Balinese calendar, and take in traditional dance rehearsals at the Bale Agung pavilion across the temple. Afterwards, visit the numerous galleries dotting Seminyak town to browse work by emerging and established artists.

Taste of the Sea

Balinese cuisine has long revolved around fresh catch, with fishermen heading out to sea on “jukung” or wooden canoes.

Alila Seminyak honors this longstanding tradition with Seasalt and its menu of wild-caught and sustainably harvested seafood from local waters.

Focus on Sustainability

Our focus includes minimizing our environmental footprint and helping preserve the way of life in our local communities.

Alila Seminyak’s range of green initiatives range from sensitive property planning that works with instead of against the natural landscape, to growing our own hydroponic garden and supporting local schools.