Alila Seminyak, Bali
Best for…lazy foodies
The low-down: A large hotel with boutique vibes, Alila Seminyak is set slap-bang on a Indian Ocean – designed to hang around a beach church still used as a tabernacle by internal fishing families. The purify lines and straight gardens of a alfresco run lead by to stylish ocean-view suites, that mix lush pleasant minimalism with normal Balinese touches. At a quieter finish of Seminyak, a evident community is still bustling with stylish shops, organic restaurants and prohibition-style cocktail bars. Though a resort’s mixed forever pools, full-service spa, nominal yoga, cold beach bar and epicurean pan-Asian grill meant we could simply while divided a week but even wanting to leave a grounds.
Out and about: Seminyak’s strange nightfall destination, bar and beach bar Ku De Ta, has some critical foe in a newly-opened La Laguna – a quirky, sprawling bar on Berawa Beach (on a approach to Canggu), that serves tapas and cocktails in an Instagram-worthy swift of selected hobo caravans.
Stella loves: Alila’s bespoke bar – or boutique-hopping VW Kombis, finish with minibar.
Red Savannah offers a week in Bali from £2,132 per chairman formed on dual people sharing. Includes 7 nights in a Studio room on bed and smorgasboard breakfast basement during Alila Seminyak, lapse private airfield transfers, lapse general flights with Singapore Airlines. Price includes a special offer of 25 per cent bonus when requisitioned 60 days before to arrival; 01242 787800, redsavannah.com