Owned by a husband and wife who are 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. In the gourmet side, Tugu Bali presents the rare opportunity to savor superb ancient dining experiences that have vanished from the island's nowadays life. This luxury boutique hotel is situated by a lonely beach in the peaceful ancient fishing village of Canggu. Twenty one thatched luxury suites and pavilions, constructed in traditional Balinese style, are built beside or over wild lotus ponds. All exotic luxury and comforts are standards in all rooms, such as oversized king beds with scattered rose petals at nights, silvered local artisan's sunken baths, private plunge pools and spa area, homemade natural amenities and much more. The spa of this small luxury hotel offers treatments using traditional Balinese methods and all natural ingredients such as carrot, cucumber, yogurt and Indonesian Jamu elixirs.
Other services include a bar, library, business centre, complimentary traditional high tea and colonial horse drawn Bendi Cart. 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 pavillion located of the boutique Hotel Tugu Bali near the rice fields is a delightful and relaxing experience, the ideal entrée to your stay.. The pavillion overlooks a pond filled with golden carp and tropical water plants and has 100 year old twin massage beds, for you and your partner to enjoy a rejuvenating massage by the experienced masseuse.
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.