The Trans Resort Bali

An exquisite Balinese-styled oasis in Seminyak.
Situated strategically near the end of Sunset Road just before it forks down to the happening streets of ‘Eats Street’ and Petitenget, the Trans Resort Bali is perfect for those who desire a “balanced” holiday. It’s close to some of the must-visit spots and beaches while you’re staying in Bali (plus: it’s a mere 20-minutes straight-line ride to the airport!), but you’ll be excused if you prefer to stay in the resort with all the many wonderful facilities and activities available.
“Wow—this place is big,” remarked one impressed first-time visitor as he entered the Trans Resort Bali. And it is. The five-star resort is big but fortunately not the kind that’s overwhelming. It’s brimming with rich Balinese architectural heritage combined with a contemporary flair, such as the gorgeous Italian marble with Balinese patterns that you’ll find as you first enter the hotel. Admire the finest art depicting local culture created by one of Bali’s best artists, Nyoman Gunarsa, that are exhibited in the spacious lobby.

Flanked by two resort buildings, the Trans Resort Bali’s pool (which includes a beautiful sandy beach) stretches down to a sublime waterfall that streams from a botanical wall. This spot exemplifies the atmosphere the Trans Resort Bali has successfully fashioned a serene, oasis-like repose from the noise of modern life. Plus, it exudes such a strong and unique cultural presence, feeling authentically Balinese, that you will always know you’re on the Island of the Gods.
The Trans Resort Bali houses 184 guest rooms and suites that offer spacious balconies with daybeds and private hot tubs overlooking the lovely view of the sandy beach pool. And we haven’t even mentioned the 16 palatial villas (or nicknamed “Balinese Kampung”) that have their own private pools surrounded by lush Balinese garden. All accommodation features mood lighting control, exclusively designed bedding with 100% goose down and customized Egyptian-cotton linen, Acqua di Parma amenities, temperature and humidity control, oversized bathrooms, and much more.
For foodies, once you have had your sun fix from the sandy pool, head to The Restaurant for authentic Indonesian, Chinese, and Western cuisines; The Lounge Bar for some delicious cocktails; or up to The 18th Rooftop Bar for a sunset-backdropped experience overlooking Seminyak. There’s also The Kids Club (Arts & Crafts, Lego Station, Tree House, Air Hockey) for the young’uns; The Fitness Center; ARSA boutique which offers exquisite Indonesian crafts; and, for a little ‘me time’, The Spa where you can indulge in a luxurious caviar and pearl facial treatment. Their Grand Ballroom often plays host to several high-profile events, with the most recent being Eddie Izzard’s comedy tour last March.
The Trans Resort Bali
Jl. Sunset Road, Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak
T : 08981234


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