Nice to know The Legian Bali provides complimentary daily morning yoga classes, conducted on the resort’s manicured lawns

For foodies Dining options include The Restaurant, a spacious fine-dining area overlooking The Legian Bali’s three- tiered infinity pool and helmed by executive chef Luke McLeod; The Pool and Ocean Bars offer light meals and cocktails throughout the day, and The Lobby Lounge is another relaxing venue for drinks and cocktails. There’s in-room dining, too. Rejuvenation time The Spa at The Legian Bali houses four single and two double spa suites set within the property’s South Garden, with an extensive menu of signature experiences and rituals incorporating ancient Indonesian methods. In-room private treatments are available, too, if you don’t want to leave your suite or villa. There’s also a fully equipped gymnasium, manicure and pedicure lounges, a spa boutique, and The Wellness Centre. Recently upgraded, the centre is located at the lower levels of The Health Club, and it gives access to a warm and cool plunge pool, sauna and steam rooms, relaxation lounges and locker facilities.

If you’re keen for a few days of beachside living, with a spa ritual or two and some memorable meals – and, let’s be honest, who isn’t? – The Legian Bali’s “Signature” package bundles all these things into one blissful-sounding package. Here’s what you get: • Two nights’ accommodation at The Legian Bali (Studio Suite, One Bedroom Deluxe Suite or Two Bedroom Suite) or The Club at The Legian Bali (One Bedroom Villa)

• Daily breakfast at The Restaurant • Roundtrip airport transfers

• US$50 food-and-beverage credit per room per stay • A 60-minute Ancient Balinese Massage per person • One round of cocktails at The Pool Bar • All the regular suite benefits (welcome drink, daily newspaper, Wi-Fi and more)

Rates start from US$1,020 per package, valid until 20 December 2017.

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