The Legian Bali Gets a Makeover

The Legian Bali

After a four-month renovation, the Legian Bali reopened on June 25 with a host of improvements—most of them inspired by guest feedback and comments. There’s a new 30-meter infinity pool overlooking the legendary Seminyak Beach. Next to the Ocean Bar, the remodeled beachfront sun deck is a great spot to take in the sunset. The gardens also got a facelift with fresh landscaping. Half of the 68 guest rooms have improved lighting, as guests had requested more light.

Also enhanced: the Indian Ocean views from the resort's three-bedroom Beach House. The exclusive Beach House has a new terrace, accessible from the master bedroom, with sunbeds gazing out at the ocean. In addition, more windows were added to improve the natural light in the guest rooms, and transparent folding doors were added to the living room to allow 180-degree views-- whether you want to relax in the open air, or inside with the A/C on. The resort’s General Manager, Kevin J. Abramowicz, said, “The past half-year has been all about taking a near-perfect property and layering in the subtleties (and one grand swimming pool!) to make it that much better." For more information about this GHM hotel, visit

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