The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali
Located on the sophisticated, fashionable Seminyak beach, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali is spread across fifteen acres of breathtaking tropical gardens. Unique amongst luxury hotels in Bali, the hotel grounds are dotted with ancient Balinese temples, where the hotel staff still present daily offerings, and boast a natural stone amphitheatre, a private dining space and the only local venue for regular Balinese dance performances.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali is located on Seminyak beach, the most beautiful beach on the island, on the south west coast of Bali, Indonesia. The resort is 9 kilometers north from Bali’s Ngurah Rai international Airport and 15 kilometers from Denpasar city, the capital of Bali province.
- The luxurious rooms and exquisite villas are bright, spacious residences, traditionally thatched and filled with beautiful views of the Indian Ocean and the hotel’s tropical garden. Sheltered under charming, traditional thatch and furnished with rich, polished wood and natural fabrics, the rooms and villas are also equipped with the latest modern technologies, high speed WiFi and 24-hour services, for our guests’ utmost convenience.
- Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Bali can choose from the hotel’s traditional, thatched, open-air dining spaces, amphitheatre, beach side cafe and charming bar. Guests can experience fine European and Indonesian cuisine, be entertained by authentic Balinese music and dance, and unwind in the romantic, paradise island ambience at The Oberoi, Bali.
- Their unique spa features private therapy rooms housed in traditional, open-air pavilions, with views across private, tropical gardens and beautiful lily ponds flecked with shimmering goldfish. Therapies include Balinese, Thai, Western and Oberoi signature treatments that harmonise ancient philosophies and modern science, and use natural ingredients to cleanse, tone and refresh body and mind.
Couples can join in a Balinese full moon ceremony with worshippers at their authentic Hindu temple. Dressed in Balinese sarongs, guests will receive a traditional Sanskrit blessing for health and prosperity from a Pemangku (Hindu priest), accompanied by flower offerings. The experience concludes with a romantic dinner on the moonlit shore.