Segara Village Hotel is a sanctuary of tropical charm that recreates the ambience of a traditional Balinese community. Encompassed within a garden of native greenery, this beachfront retreat celebrates the island's unique culture and rich artistic heritage. Conceptually modern but forever Balinese, Segara Village Hotel welcomes travelers with warm hospitality that is second to none.
The guest room features Indonesian furnishings, private balconies with a garden or pool views. Guests can join a local market tour and cooking class, weekly cultural evenings feature Balinese dances and music. Relaxation options include a massage at the spa or some quiet reading in the library.
For tourism industry in Sanur, Segara Village Hotel has played a significant role in bringing the vibrant little village to the forefront. it began in the early 1950's when Mr. and Mrs. Kompiang scraped up everything they had and bought a large seaside property in Sanur, which was mostly covered with Pandanus trees and largely inhabited by coconut groves.
The Segara Village Hotel, a 35-room hotel was erected there. It was the first of such establishment in that area. The Kompiangs also paved the way for locals to run their own international standard hotel. the couple formulated th...View More
Segara Village Hotel is a sanctuary of tropical charm that recreates the ambiance of a traditional Balinese community. Encompassed within a garden of a native greenery, this beachfront retreat celebrates the island's unique culture and rich artistic heritage. Conceptually modern but forever Balinese, Segara Village welcomes travelers with warm hospitality that is second to none.View More
Sanur is known for being a quaint little seaside town in Bali that offers visitors a quieter slice of the island. The main reason to come here is to take it easy and enjoy the natural beauty of Bali. One of the best things to do is spend the day on the beach and then dine on fresh seafood at night, and you will find a few charming bars and live music events if you are looking for something to do in the evenings. As well there is a lot of fascinating attractions here like Le Mayeur Museum, Bali Sharks, also known as the Serangan Shark Island Project and For those interested in Bali’s history,...View More
Le Mayeur Museum is a hidden treasure located right on the main Sanur Beach of Sindhum behind the array of art and souvenir stalls. This memorial museum mainly houses the artworks and personal history of painter Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres, a...Read more
Bali Sharks, also known as the Serangan Shark Island Project, is a private nature conservation initiative that has embarked on a mission to save black tip and white tip reef sharks, while providing visitors to Bali with the first environmentally-f...Read more
For those interested in Bali’s history, Blanjong Temple, or Pura Blanjong, in the namesake sub-village area within the Intaran village on Sanur’s south, houses one of Bali’s oldest known artefacts in the form of a stone pillar with Sanskrit inscri...Read more
The quirkiest place on this list is an abandoned theme park, the Taman Festival Bali, which saw only a slight of its heyday in 1997, but ultimately closed down three years later due to marketing and financial problems. Now considered a ghost town,...Read more
The resort is located 12,5 kilometres or 40 minutes from Denpasar by taxi or hotel car.
Direct Access from the Hotel
Art Center is 4,5 kilometres, or 10 minutes by taxi or hotel car.