Segara Village

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Segara Village Hotel is where traditional Bali meets modern comfort, with a beach, lush gardens, and mouth-watering dining options.

Get ready for a tropical getaway to remember. Segara Village Hotel in Sanur harks back to a Bali of old, but complete with all the modern comforts you could need. You’ll want for nothing – the resort serves up a white sandy beach, azure sea, three pools and five acres of lush gardens to roam at your leisure. Modelled after a traditional Balinese village, this hotel has charm in abundance, all ready and waiting for you.

Your taste buds will truly be spoilt following a visit to Byrd House, occupying a plum position by the water’s edge. Indulge your senses with a variety of dining options. The resort’s main restaurant offers delicious Mediterranean and Italian-inspired dishes, made with locally sourced produce and a passion for rich, nourishing flavours. From dawn ‘til dusk, you can savour the beach house’s laidback vibes – treat yourself to freshly baked goodies at the patisserie or sip on a handcrafted cocktail at Byrd Lounge as the sun goes down. Bliss.

The relaxation continues at Byrd House, the first spa in Bali to combine traditional healing practices with modern wellness technologies. Choose from a range of massages, body treatments and facials to ensure your relaxation levels are off the charts. If you’re feeling creative, head to the pottery studio to create your own masterpiece, or work up a sweat in the state-of-the-art fitness room. Plus, you’re only a short walk from the town of Sanur, should you fancy a wander.

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Highlights

Blend of modern comforts and traditional Balinese charm

White sandy beach

Five acres of lush gardens

Byrd House with a number of different dining options

Luxury spa and wellness treatments

Short walk from the town of Sanur

Overview

  • Sanur, Indonesia

  • Flights not included

  • Bed and Breakfast

From £82 per person per night

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm

Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

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Holiday details

Accommodation

Cosy, comfortable guest rooms are guaranteed at Segara Village. The rooms are beautifully decorated with Indonesian furnishings, and look out on picturesque views of either the garden or the pool from your private balcony. Each room is well equipped with a TV, minibar, and tea & coffee maker, and you can stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi and a TV featuring 60 channels. Extra-special touches include luxurious toiletries, an umbrella and a beach bag for your trips to the sandy shore.

Amenities

  • Direct beachfront access
  • Tropical garden
  • Restaurant
  • Patisserie
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Beach deck
  • Jacuzzi bar
  • 3 swimming pools (1 private pool for The Segara @ Village 2 guests)
  • Tennis court
  • Library
  • Complimentary afternoon tea & cake
  • Doctor on call
  • Laundry service

Holiday location

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Local Area

Sanur is a chilled-out coastal town on the eastern side of Bali. The beaches are second to none, boasting soft white sand, turquoise waters, and coconut trees swaying in the breeze. Yes, it really is that idyllic. Take a leisurely stroll along the shore or soak up the sun while watching traditional Balinese boats sail by. When you’re feeling peckish, you'll find plenty of small cafés serving refreshing drinks and snacks to enjoy as you watch the world go by.

If you're an art lover, Le Mayeur Museum in Sanur is a hidden gem you won't want to miss. The museum is dedicated to the life and works of Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merprès, a Brussels-born artist who fell in love with Bali and its people. The museum features five rooms, including the couple's former living quarters, decorated with classic Balinese elements like sculpted stone walls and red terrazzo floor tiles.

History buffs should check out Blanjong Temple in Sanur. This ancient temple is home to Bali's oldest known artefact, a stone pillar with Sanskrit inscriptions, believed to be a victory monument of King Sri Kesari Warmadewa. For something more unique, head to the Taman Festival Bali, an abandoned theme park that’s now a ghost town. Meanwhile, nature enthusiasts can learn about Bali’s turtle population during a visit to the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre on Serangan Island.

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