Exclusive Long-Stay Offer From The Residences by The Legian Seminyak, Bali

Guests preparing to travel once again following months of being grounded can now make up for lost time with an extended stay in some of Bali’s most exclusive villa accommodation.

There are 11 different villas to choose from and categories range from intimate one-bedroom Residences, to larger two-bedroom Pool Villas and Signature Residences as well as a three-bedroom Beach House. All villas are known for their iconic architecture by the renowned Hendra Hadiprana, and stylist interiors by celebrated Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim. This brand new and exclusive residential concept allows guests to enjoy The Legian Seminyak, Bali’s delicious dining options, with 20% off all the hotels restaurants and bars (including alcohol) – from fine dining at The Restaurant by Michelin-starred Executive Chef, to relaxed lunches at The Pool Bar or sunset cocktails at The Ocean Champagne Bar. Residences can also indulge with full access to the award-winning Wellness by The Legian, where they receive 20% off all spa treatments, 10% off personal training sessions, complimentary use of the Technogym and all facilities, inclusive of group yoga, Pilates and spinning classes.

The Legian Seminyak, Bali is set to reopen on 20 June 2020 with extensive new health and safety measures in place across all facilities. This includes temperature checks for all guests and employees entering the resort grounds and regularly disinfecting all areas of the property. An on-site clinic will also be open to all guests of the hotel and residences from 8am-8pm daily.
Rates for the long-stay offer start from USD 4,750 per month excluding taxes, with a two-month minimum stay in a One or Two-Bedroom Residence at The Legian Seminyak, Bali. Valid for stays until 31 March 2021. It is a mere 25-minute drive from the Ngurah Rai International Airport and is situated on Bali’s southern coast.

For more information please visit: www.lhm-hotels.com




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