Gorgeous thatched-roof villas nestled within lush tropical gardens along Seminyak Beach, this tranquil retreat is one of Bali’s most luxurious escapes. Sample experimental Asian cuisine in Kura Kura, witness authentic Balinese dancing at The Amphitheatre and float in a pool, surrounded by lilies and fragrant frangipani.
Why stay here? With blooming gardens, ornate wood carvings and traditional Balinese temples dotting the grounds, The Oberoi Bali is every inch a Balinese escape. Delightful staff, full moon celebrations and romantic dining add to the mix.
Nearest attractions Seminyak’s main road for shopping and nightlife is just a five-minute walk away.
Beach and pools An expansive pool overlooks the ocean and lined by vintage sun umbrellas and 500 metres of sandy beach.
Bars and restaurants Two restaurants and one bar include Frangipani Café for open-air breakfast and lunches, whilst the award-winning Kura Kura serves continental, Indonesia and Asian fine-dining. Kayu Bar offers elegant cocktails and The Amphitheatre provides live entertainment.
Other facilities The Oberoi Spa for traditional treatments and indigenous rituals. There is a fitness centre, boogie boarding, morning yoga classes, tennis courts, regular shuttle service to Seminyak.
For families Families are welcome with cots and a babysitting service, however there are no dedicated children’s facilities or entertainment.
Room upgrades 60 rooms and 14 villas.
Board basis options Breakfast, half board and full board.
What is included in the tour
- 5 nights in Oberoi Bali 5*
- Luxury Lanai Room Garden View
- 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.