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Club Pool


Twilight view of the Club Pool


Lounge and Bar

One Bedroom Pool Villa - Pool (2)

One Bedroom Pool Villa


One Bedroom Villa bedroom


One Bedroom Pool Villa outdoor bath


Sunrise Villa master bedroom


Sunrise Villa living space


Sunrise Villa twin bedroom


Joglo Villa at twilight


Joglo Villa living space


Joglo Villa master bedroom


Joglo Villa second bedroom


Joglo Villa second bedroom's bathroom


Pool and beach at The Legian next door

The Club at The Legian, Seminyak, Bali

Exceptional collection of secluded, luxurious one to three bedroom pool villas

7 nights from around £3,890pp sharing, including flights and private airport transfers

The Club at The Legian is a stunning collection of secluded, luxury private pool villas set in the heart of Bali's buzzy Seminyak, on the island's south coast. Set back from a tranquil stretch of Seminyak Beach in a quiet enclave, luxurious living is redefined at The Club, and comes with access to all the facilities of its adjacent

sister hotel, The Legian. 


There are 10 beautifully designed and extremely private One Bedroom Pool Villas, 3 Two Bedroom Pool Villas and a Three Bedroom Pool Villa. Each free standing villa is fabulously light, airy and spacious with plenty of indoor and outdoor living space - and all come with a personal butler and a 10m pool.

Activities & Experiences

If you can tear yourself away from your villa sanctuary, activities at the hotel and nearby include body boarding, cycling, yoga, golf, snorkeling, diving, tennis and private yacht charters. Be sure to experience one of Bali's many temple ceremonies; just consult your butler who can suggest options, arrange transport and advise on dress code. 

Facilities & Services

The Club Lounge has a 35m swimming pool and a lovely restaurant serving exceptional contemporary Western and Asian cuisine. Guests at The Club can also use all of the facilities at the adjacent sister hotel The Legian. Just a stone's throw away, you can book a spa treatment overlooking the gardens, enjoy complimentary yoga classes, hit the gym for a work out, dine at the hotel's ocean view restaurant or simply relax by the pool overlooking glorious Seminyak Beach. 

Weather & Seasons

Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (from May to September; generally regarded as the best time to visit) and wet (October to April). Temperatures are pretty consistent year-round.

Getting Here

17 hour flight to Bali from London via Bangkok or Singapore, followed by a 25 minute private transfer.

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Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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