Hotel Alila Manggis

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Head away from the crowds for the unspoilt east coast of Bali to Alila Manggis, where modern European shapes meet open, tropical design. Demonstrating creative function, elegant luxury and pure well-being, outdoors meets indoors throughout the resort, comprised of four two-story buildings built around a palm-fringed pool with perfect ocean views, simple forms and Balinese touches. Relax and nurture body and spirit with village temple walks, yoga and Tai Chi. Try your hand at the Alila Cooking School, capturing the taste of East Bali, its culture and traditions.

Visit water palaces from ancient kingdoms, bike through rice fields and raft down rivers. Climb majestic mountains or dive and discover other worlds. Days at the Alila Manggis are filled with activity and regeneration, pampering at the Spa Alila and pursuits by the sea such as discovering East Bali’s legendary dive sites. This is the life, East Bali style.




Hotel Alila Manggis
Desa Buitan Manggis
Karangasem, East Bali 80871

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