Thursday, April 28, 2011

Alila Manggis Resort, Bali

This laid-back 55-guestroom beachfront resort beckons those who want a break from Bali’s increasingly crowded southern shore. En route to the property, a smooth new highway takes you past the water palace of Tirtagangga and traditional Balinese temples into the hotel’s own verdant valley. Alila Manggis Resort has made a rigorous environmental commitment, buying locally, recycling actively and minimizing energy use — all without compromising the guest experience.

Shaded by palm trees, the tranquil swimming pool looks out to the remote island of Nusa Penida. Organic fibers and neutral colors keep the guestrooms minimalist but comfortable. The piles of pillows on sofas and on the outdoor daybed encourage daytime lounging. All guestrooms have panoramic views of the coconut grove and central swimming pool or out to the Indian Ocean. Enjoy the scenery on a private patio in a Superior Room or the breezy terrace of an upstairs Deluxe Room.

Visit Alila Manggis Resort or Jetsetter for a great deal on this resort.

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