Located on the sophisticated, fashionable Seminyak beach, The Oberoi, Bali is spread across fifteen acres of breathtaking tropical gardens. The hotel grounds are dotted with ancient Balinese temples, where we still present daily offerings, and boast a natural stone amphitheatre, a private dining space and the only local venue for regular Balinese dance performances.
Traditional Balinese thatch, natural stone and ornate wood carvings lend an authentic ambiance to our luxury rooms, villas, open-air spa and world class dining spaces. The bar is located near by the pool over looking to the beach with some outdoor furniture to relax with good sunset drinks. This resort is just 5 minutes walk from Villa Bali Asri and outsiders are more than welcome.
Dhyana Pura StreetDhyana Pura street is busy night life area with walking distance from our property, famous for their fun and charming bars and restaurants.Why Dyana Pura street instead of Kuta ?As many people know, Bali is one of the holiday island in South East Asia which is very popular among night life seekers. Eventhough Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world, I can say that Bali have some exceptional for LGBT travellers to enjoy their holiday here. Instead regular bars, there are some gay friendly bars along the Dhyana Pura in Seminyak offers interesting cabaret shows.La lucciola BaliItalians do all the important things in life well – shoes, bags and food. Most people enjoy Italian food, but it can sometimes be too heavy for a tropical climate. Bali institution La Lucciola, located a stone’s throw from Petitenget temple on one side, and the thundering Indian ocean on the other, manages to put a fresh spin on classic Italian, adding a contemporary and sometimes fusion take on well-known dishes. A large alang-alang roofed structure forms the airy restaurant, which is separated from the beach by only a wide patch of grass. The best views are offered from the upper deck, where diners are cooled by the same breeze keeping the vendors’ kites afloat outside — do book ahead to snare a front row one of these.
On the beach between Jl. Dhyanapura, La Plancha is a vibrant spanish beach bar & restaurant named after a traditional Spanish way of cooking ‘La plancha’ traditional, simple, unpretentious, fresh Spanish food & comfortable colourful beanbags to enjoy a drink & watch the amazing Bali sunsets.La Plancha teases your senses with splashes of colors throughout its two-level structure and with a menu of tasty grills and Spanish cuisine. With large and colorful parasols on its beachfront, it appeals most at sunset when you can sink into beanbags around mini tables laid out on the sand.Living up to its name, La Plancha (literally ‘the grill’) serves a variety of Spanish and barbecued delights. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the cafe is a welcoming stopover on morning beach strolls, a day out in the waves or for fun evening gatherings. A regular agenda presents assorted gigs and live DJs.