Asian-based luxury hotel and resort operator GHM is set to reopen its private beach house, promising the “ultimate in holiday indulgence” at The Legian on Seminyak Beach, Bali following recent renovations to convert it to a three-bedroom retreat.
Styled by internationally acclaimed interior designer Jaya Ibrahim, ‘The Beach House’ fronts onto a tranquil stretch of beach with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and faces west to capitalise on the legendary Balinese sunsets.
The exceptional retreat is distinguished by a 16-metre infinity edge pool with outdoor balé pavilion and private terrace in its own walled tropical garden. The open living and dining room combines the very best of Balinese architectural elements with chic finishes and superior amenities whilst the master bedroom features an en-suite marble bathroom, teakwood balconies and dreamy terrazzo bathtub overlooking the ocean.
The three-bedroom residence is designed for both intimate honeymoons and luxury holidays for friends or families, as well as private events such as weddings, dinners and cocktail receptions, for up to 60 persons.
Guests at The Beach House are provided with 24-hour personal butlers and can enjoy a chauffeur-driven private car service within the Seminyak, Legian and Kuta areas as well as ‘VIP Visa on Arrival’ assistance, plus the option of a personal chef.
A full-service kitchen at the back of the property provides room for staff to prepare lavish feasts for intimate private meals and exclusive events alike.
Outfitted with the latest technology, The Beach House’s entertainment system includes a 32-inch HD LCD TV, DVD player and audio system with an iPod dock in each room, personal laptop, portable Sony PlayStation and wireless & broadband internet.
Guests at The Beach House can take advantage of all facilities at The Legian, an all-suite resort offering uncompromising standards of luxury and fine dining in Bali. The Spa at The Legian features treatments inspired by traditional Indonesian healing rituals.
Rates at ‘The Beach House’ are US$2,700 a night, and US$3,000 during high season (1 July – 3 August, 22 December – 10 January).
The Legian is located on Bali’s southern coast, in the fashionable district of Seminyak, just a 25-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
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