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Padma Resort Legian

Luxurious sprawling resort

1 Jalan Padma, Legian T: (0361) 752 111 F: (0361) 752 140

Padma Resort Legian

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Luxurious Padma Resort Legian features an expanse of well established, immaculately tended tropical gardens woven with a maze of pathways eventually emptying onto a good stretch of beach frontage (separated by a road). It’s dotted with landscaped pools, water features, numerous dining and entertainment options plus well-appointed classic Balinese-style rooms.

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This quality five-star hotel offers some 15 accommodation options housed in multi-storey buildings or low-rise chalets. Interiors are spacious and elegant with the full monty of swank accoutrements to make your stay memorable (in a good way).

Our preferred room style.

Our preferred room style. Photo: Sally Arnold

Of the rooms we viewed we preferred the older-style chalets with parquet floors offering more of a Balinese ambience than the newer tiled rooms. Swimming pool choices are almost as diverse as the room options, from a spectacular oceanfront, adults-only infinity pool with swaying palms and cocktail bar to a kids-only pool with a slide spilling from the mouth of a giant Balinese Barong.

Most popular when we popped by was the family-friendly lagoon-style pool with bridges, islands and cascading falls, although the vast main pool has its fair share of punters with swim-up bar, volleyball area and an army of sun lounges. The relaxing oceanfront bar is also host to a smaller seaside infinity pool.

The kids' pool does not disappoint.

The kids' pool does not disappoint. Photo: Sally Arnold

Fitness options include a gym, sauna, tennis courts and yoga. A spa and beauty salon fulfils your pampering desires and you can learn to cook, play bingo, feed the fish, or just explore the garden. There’s a free kids club for the short folk too. Daily entertainment includes classical Balinese performances and Western musicians. With six restaurants to chose from and theme dinners, you won’t go hungry. The Departure Lounge is a nice touch: a place to shower and relax after you have checked out if you have a late flight.

This is the sort of resort you never have to (nor probably will want to) leave—in fact you may not even know you’re in Bali. Front of house staff were welcoming and professional, however we were bailed up by overzealous security at the entrance (and we had nice clothes on), which is not a particularly pleasant welcome for a potential guest.

Would you look at that? Another pool.

Would you look at that? Another pool. Photo: Sally Arnold

Check online for deals and room options as they only offered us rates of a small selection. If you are travelling with the family and prefer a more purse-friendly (yet still expensive) resort, Bali Mandira next door offers good facilities.

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Walk-in rates at Padma Resort Legian

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Deluxe double room
3,857,000 rupiah
3,857,000 rupiah
Deluxe bungalow
4,109,000 rupiah
4,109,000 rupiah
Deluxe Suite
4,362,000 rupiah
4,362,000 rupiah
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 3,857,000 rupiah, high season 3,857,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Deluxe bungalow, low season: 4,109,000 rupiah, high season 4,109,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Deluxe Suite, low season: 4,362,000 rupiah, high season 4,362,000 rupiah. Notes: Premier.

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Where is Padma Resort Legian

Padma Resort Legian
1 Jalan Padma, Legian
T: (0361) 752 111 F: (0361) 752 140
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º10'1" E, 8º42'18.15" S
Room rates: over 2,500,000 Rp

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