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Owned by ardent collectors of Southeast Asian art and antiques, Hotel Tugu Bali was built to recreate and preserve the Balinese life, culture and romance of yesteryear. A collection of exquisite antiques from Java and Bali blends seamlessly with modern luxury and comforts.
The staff of this small luxury hotel takes care of guests with the exceptional beauty, grace and thoroughness for which Asian hospitality is known. This luxury boutique hotel is situated by a lonely beach in the peaceful ancient fishing village of Canggu. The spa at Hotel Tugu offers treatments using traditional Balinese methods and all natural ingredients such as carrot, cucumber, yoghurt and Indonesian Jamu elixirs.
Dine elegantly in an 18th-century Kang Xi temple. The temple is a symbol of harmony between ancient Balinese and Peranakan cultures. Experience the dining experience of the village of Bayung Gede (min 16 pax) in the Bale Agung and Kawes or use the Raja Room hall of justice for special functions. The room is a 19th-century meeting chamber decorated with antiques of a venerable royal family and is where the king met his ministers and the Brahmana Judge to discuss questions of Justice. Meals can be served almost anywhere your heart desires and staff are courteous and unobtrusive.
Tugu Bali presents the rare opportunity to savour superb ancient dining experiences that have vanished from the island's nowadays life.
The opulence of this small luxury hotel is carried over into the 21 guest rooms, where elements of Balinese design are used to great effect. Old doors from a village house, timber interior, handcrafted bathtubs, selected paintings and antiques combine to weave a stunning visual treat for the guests. Two of the guest suites pay homage to foreign painters Adrien Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres and Walter Spies, who made Indonesia their home and championed the culture of their adopted homeland through their art. The lavish garden Dedari Suites feature private plunge pools and huge handcrafted bathtubs while the Rejand Suites on the upper floors boast massage beds and breathtaking views of the paddy fields and the sea beyond. Some suites at this small luxury hotel offer private plunge pools and luxurious bathrooms hand-crafted by local artisans.
The highly individualized nature of each guest room will ensure that no two visits to the boutique hotel will be exactly the same.
The boutique hotel's broad sandy beach is known for its magnificent sunsets. Other luxury facilities include the main swimming pool, private plunge pools, bikes, and surf rental/lesson. The open-air massage pavilion has 100-year-old twin massage beds and is located near the rice fields, it's a delightful and relaxing experience, the ideal start to your stay.
How to get there
By Private Car, Taxi, or Public Transportation
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Free parking is available.