Located along the Sanur coast, Puri Santrian exudes secluded, beachside calm, whilst within easy reach of lively Denpasar. Unwind on one of the resort’s floating lounger pavilions, learn the art of Balinese cuisine with custom cooking classes and relax with complimentary yoga sessions.
Why stay here? Puri Santrian offers an authentic atmosphere and attentive service. The Santrian Club is an adult-only zone, comprising a pool, Jacuzzi whilst new Premier Deluxe Rooms, housed in a separate wing, are perfect for honeymoons and couples.
Nearest attractions Seawalker tour Sanur is located right on the beachfront of the resort and offers the incredible experience to walk along the bottom of the ocean with a unique diving system, no experience necessary.
Swimming pools The resort features four large pools, one of which has a separate children’s section and one of which is exclusive to The Santrian Club.
Bars and restaurants Three restaurants and bars are available within the resort - Beach Club Restaurant for all day dining, Lounge By The Sea for international cuisine in a beachfront setting and The Mezzanine for Asian fusion and Teppanyaki.
Other facilities The spa provides a number of holistic treatments, Thai massage and yoga classes. The resort also offers romance packages for weddings and honeymoons, an exclusive club area, floating lounge pavilions in the ocean, a range of watersports, tennis courts, complimentary yoga classes and concierge service.
For families Children are welcome at the resort and a babysitting service is available upon request.
Rooms 199 rooms.
Board basis options Breakfast, half board and full board.
What is included in the tour
- 5 nights in Puri Santrian 4*
- Superior Room
- Half Board
- Return flight with Emirates from London Heathrow
Warm, lazy days at the beach, unique and ancient culture and incredible food will have you wishing you’d booked a longer Bali holiday.
• Lose yourself in Ubud – Bali’s artistic heart will suck you in with its culinary treats, traditional crafts, art and dance, wonderful hotels and plethora of spas
• Find peace at Uluwatu, Bali’s most sacred temple; perched on a clifftop close to the Bukit peninsula, it’s a magical spot for sunsets
• Spot dolphins off the coast of Lovina beach, a laid-back resort in the north of the island
• Boogie board on Kuta beach, a mecca for surfers who come here to ride the perfect waves all day and party all night
When to visit
Bali is around eight degrees south of the equator, meaning it enjoys a warm, tropical climate year round. The dry season runs from April to September and is when humidity is at its lowest. Prices rise sharply during high season, which tends to be between July and September.
What to pack
Pack lightweight clothing and expect to cover up when visiting sacred temples or sites. December to April is rainy season – if you’re visiting then you may experience some monsoon-like downpours.