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Alila Villas Soori
Bali, IndonesiaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Alila Villas Soori
The new Alila Villas Soori in Bali, Indonesia, is both a striking sanctuary—48 secluded villas are flanked by rice paddies and a private black-sand beach—and an ideal jumping-off point for exploring the island's rich culture and stunning western coast.
The latest property from the Alila Villas family, designed by Singapore-based SCDA Architects, Alila Soori has 48 villas, three restaurants, and an extensive spa, all overlooking the Indian Ocean. Guest spaces, starting at 679 square feet, have private plunge pools, sleek four-poster beds, and views of the water or lush rice paddies. High-design interior spaces incorporate island materials, such as volcanic rock and sandstone, and are flooded with natural light. Thoughtful service is also key to Alila Soori's overall philosophy. Each villa is assigned a Villa Host, a personal assistant to take care of your every travel request. Additionally, before arrival, guests fill out personal preference menus and select what level of service they are looking forward to—discreet or very attentive, for example. Travelers can also prebook an impressive range of activities, from specialized spa treatments using local products, to horseback rides along the beach, and even Segway rice-field tours.
Families should reserve a barbecue on the beach under the stars. For dinner, Alila staff members take grilling orders (meats, fish, and vegetables) and prepare your request on the spot.
Splurge on a 150-minute Beauty and Balance experience, a series of spa treatments including a footbath, a 60-minute therapeutic massage, and a cocoa and coffee body scrub and mask. Couples can even request to have the treatment done in a private steam room.
Arrive at Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS), which is approximately 25 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 1 hour of travel time. The hotel offers transfers: $50 each way to/from the airport for 3 people.Banjar Dukuh Desa Kelating, Kerambitan Tabanan, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Infinity Pool
- Private Plunge Pools
- Private Terraces
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- Apple TV + iPod
- Mini Bars
- Coffee + Tea
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Beachfront Dining
- 24-Hour Room Service
- 2-person occupancy
- Welcome drink
Why We Love Bali
You won't be able to help but count your blessings in blissed-out Bali, where sugar-white sands and unearthly tranquility make for a serenely sweet escape.
Romantic Dining: La Lucciola. Make sure and book a table in advance if you plan on visiting this waterfront Italian restaurant for dinner. The romantic setting—as well as tasty dishes like crisp calamari and seafood risotto—has long attracted large evening crowds. Dinner for two $75. Oberoi Rd, Kayu Aya Beach, Legian. 011-62-361-730-838.
Temple Tours: Tanah Lot. Only 20 minutes from Alila Soori, this famous temple and holy site was built on a rock offshore in the 15th century.
Top Shopping: In Seminyak, roughly 40 minutes away, a number of resident designers have opened stylish stores. Look out for linen dresses at Biasa (Jalan Raya. 011-62-361-730-308). Scope out modern art at Kendra Gallery (88B JI Drupadi, Basangkasa. 011-62-361-736-628). Pick out purses and other glittering accessories at Sabbatha (97 Blok K, Jalan Raya. 011-62-361-731-756).
Why Go Now
March 20 - 24, 2013
This annual festival celebrates yoga, dance, and artistic collaboration.
June 11 through July 9, 2013
Bali Arts Festival
Spectacular month-long festival with daily traditional live music and dance performances to celebrate the local culture.
October 11-15, 2013
10th Ubud Writers and Readers Festival
Encompasses writers across all genres including travel writers, songwriters, playwrights, poets, comedians and graphic novelists.