One of the most highly-anticipated property in Bali, the Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach has just opened to celebrate both the ancient and modern zeitgeist of Bali. The newly-built property offers 289 beautifully-appointed rooms that embraces both modern and traditional which is apparent throughout the design of the hotel - there are no hotels in Seminyak that offers such a beautiful blend of old and new.
The Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach extends over 4.7 hectares of lush, landscaped grounds and it features beautiful vertical gardens as well as exotic plantings throughout the property. Located on the southern stretch of Seminyak, the Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach reflects the surroundings of the Seminyak neighbourhood which includes its fashion boutiques and world-famous restaurants to its artisanal craftsmanship and architecture.
Every guestroom is fitted with daybeds, plush bedding, spa-inspired bathrooms and state-of-the-art features. In addition, there are 19 villas with private outdoor swimming pools, whirlpools and marble bathrooms – all inspired by the Tri Hita Karana philosophy (one’s relationship with Gods, living beings and the earth), and showcasing a clever juxtaposition of contemporary design and ancient tradition. Each villa is planned like a Balinese house, consisting of three main areas: Nista Mandala, a space for residents to embrace the Gods; Madya Mandala, a space to be at one with nature; and Utama Mandala a space for interpersonal relations.
Welcoming guests at Hotel Indigo is the expansive lobby space, dubbed the Neighbourhood Gallery. A Balinese Subak-inspired wall structure, accents of verdant foliage, unique outdoor artworks by local artists and water fountains symbolise the tranquillity of Seminyak and impart a soothing arrival experience. Signature geometric lines that decorate the hotel at entrances and on canopies and walls are the creative interpretation of the traditional Balinese weaving textile, Tenun Songket.
There are seven lifestyle dining offerings at Hotel Indigo, with a destination to suit every moment and temptation of the day or night, all helmed by the hotel’s Executive Chef Mads Wolff.
Makase is the hotel’s neighbourhood café, contemporary yet casual with an open kitchen serving colourful local flavours for breakfast and dinner. Pottery Café is open all day with a finely curated collection of local specialty coffees, teas and chocolates, alongside freshly-made pastries. It is also set as one of a kind outlets with its own coffee roasting machine and Pottery-making workshop by local ceramic artisan. Organic artisan bar by day and speakeasy cocktail bar by night, the Tree Bar offers healthy and bespoke refreshments within a gorgeously verdant space. By the hotel’s main pool is the Cave Pool Lounge, which serves cool drinks, scrumptious light bites and refreshing sweet treats such as rolled ice cream and fresh sugarcane juice. Salon Bali is the signature dining restaurant of Hotel Indigo, an intimate space with a rustic design aesthetic where refined Balinese cuisine featuring the island’s traditional delicacy – babi guling, or suckling pig – is served as part of an 8- or 12-course menu. Located beside the pristine white sand beach is SugarSand set to become Seminyak’s hottest new beachfront bar and restaurant in Q4 this year with space for more than 400 beach enthusiasts.
Leisure facilities for guests range from local cultural explorations to body and mind wellness. The hotel’s Sava Spa offers treatments and traditional Balinese massages using Sava Spa’s locally-sourced natural spa products with active ingredients. The Spa also features 10 treatment rooms, a Relaxation Lounge, a Reflexology Lounge, a Nail Beauty Lounge and a 24-hour Health Club with wellness programs and state of the art fitness equipment such as yoga space, power stretching, weight-lifting, martial arts and TRX.