On the southwest coast of Bali, on a long silky stretch of sand facing the Indian Ocean, Hotel Tugu Bali, standing silent against the warm glow of the settings sun, is a poet’s dream comes true.
This elegant hotel features clean, comfortable and well appointed guestrooms. The 22 luxurious suites at the hotel are only 15 minutes from Seminyak's hip nightlife and restaurant districts, 10 minutes from the famously breathtaking Tanah Lot as well, one of the best golf course South East Asia. This luxurious hotel combines pure tropical luxury with a unique ambience, to make your stay here as perfect as possible.
Puri Le Mayeur: there is a large, red-canopied-living room, a romantic bedroom, a semi-outdoor bath, a long balcony, a plunge pool and a sundeck for two. The Puri le Mayeur occupies an area of roundly 200 m2 and is floating on a natural lotus pond, with the view of the breaking waves and the burning sunset.
Walter Spies Pavillion: in contrast with the passionate Puri le Mayeur, the artful Walter Spies Pavillion is romantically subtle, characterized by the art deco era of Central Java. Other than original memorabilia of the artist, the Walter Spies Pavillion has a private plunge pool, an outdoor dining pavilion, a private garden and a beautiful outdoor bath.
Kampong Suite: the suite, lucked in lush tropical garden, is two connecting bedrooms on upstairs with wood flooring, unique sunken tub and balcony.
Dedari Suite: this suite is within steps from beach and housed in a beautiful traditional thatched buildings. All Dedari Suite is downstairs with a private plunge pool, semi-open air bathroom and an oversized terrazzo/mosaic tub.
Rejang Suite: with view of the breaking waves and the burning sunset, where the sky meets the Indian Ocean, Rejang suite is housed in a traditional thatched roof buildings with private spa area and an unique sunken tub.
Dining at Tugu Bali takes on a completely different concept than in any other hotels in the island. Instead of restaurants, the hotel provides various most unique and authentic dining experiences. In each experience, the venue, the atmosphere, the cuisine, the rituals, the costumes, the tableware are all differ from one to another, depending to the themes chosen.
Furthermore, guests are welcomed to choose wherever they like to dine.
Tugudom: a majestic, theatrical dining brought back to life by the Tugu Hotel, illustrating the royal parades of the King of Majapahit and his entourage, decorated in exotic leaves and frangipanis, carrying a vast, lavish selection of imperial dishes of the Majapahit Palace as well as cuisine served by the humble citizens of the costal villages as well as the villages of the hinterlands visited during these expeditions.
Bale Sutra: a 300 years old Kang Xi period temple was transported and reconstructed in its entirely at Tugu. This temple is housed in a beautiful red room, displaying a spectacular 18th century statue of the Goddess of Mercy and various other priceless artworks. The Bale Sutra is said to have housed the most beautiful dinners in the country.
Wantilan Agung: a gigantic hall with very high ceilings supported by giant wooden columns, inspired by the ceremonial house in a Balinese ancient village and is filled with antiques and cultural relics. With view to the ocean, all menus are available here: seafood, gourmet continental cuisine, traditional Balinese, Javanese and Chinese Peranakan menu.
Bale Puputan: an elegant, late 19th century atmospheric room, commemorating a Balinese Heroes. The room host memorabilia of venerable Balinese royal families, some of them dating back to the 19th century and some relating the Puputan war.
Black chamber: this room features Peranakan antiques, Indonesian puppets and masks, a beautiful old Peranakan bed, and a masterpiece hundreds years-old statue of the so called Goddess of Long Life. This room, beautifully illuminated by red candles, normally houses a table for two only, with a private Balinese dance performance for this singular table.
Waroeng Tugu: a "lifestyle experience" of Javanese and Balinese people in the past, how they ate at the comfort of their own homes and at "Waroeng"(simple traditional hut for lunch and dinner). All dishes are cooked in the open traditional kitchen by the Indonesian chef at Tugu who has learned how to cook from her grandma since she was four year old.
Garuda Megibung: exotic event of ancient Balinese dining, usually made for family gatherings when they hold a meeting or a function. In Garuda Megibung, chair-less sitting arrangements are done from the north-end of the table, starting with the oldest member and ending with the youngest at the other end of the long table.
Selametan Jaranan: set along the corridor of Bale Agung on a modest long table and chair-less dining with colourful "jaran" and "pecut", terracotta plate, lampu "sentir" (traditional coconut-oil lamp), experience the traditional Javanese "selamatan" dining with modest yet colourful table set-up & decoration.
Romantic dining: one may choose any of the available dining venues described below, or pick a most favourite romantic spot anywhere: in the garden, at the quiet beach, a full moon seafood barbeque, private dining pavilion for two above the lotus pond and so on… only surrounded by nature, torch lights and candle lights.