Wake up to undisturbed views across the straits to Nusa Penida, as all of the resort’s rooms face the great calming ocean.
Framed between the sea and Bali’s most sacred peak, Mount Agung, Alila Manggis, is a secluded and edgy oasis for those looking to get some beach time in, a bit of hiking, or simply just strolling on the rugged volcano-sand shore. The two-storey thatched Balinese complex houses a variety of rooms that can cater to your every whim and fancy, and have been specially designed with fabrics and finishing to reflect the flavour of the local culture.
Wind down by enjoying the two outdoor spa options, be it facing the grounds of the luscious Pandan Forest or the calm sea, and rejuvenate your senses by merging relaxation with what Mother Nature has to offer. Those wanting to get busy can head to the Alila Manggis cooking school specializing in east Balinese cuisine.
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Alila Manggis Information
- Location & Getting There
Framed between the sea and Bali’s most sacred peak, Mount Agung, Alila Manggis, is a secluded and edgy oasis that is a 90-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
The two-storey thatched Balinese complex houses 53 rooms and 2 corner suites. Superior Rooms boast a private terrace; Deluxe Rooms feature an extra daybed on the private balcony; the 2 spacious Seaside Suites are situated closest to the ocean, with large balconies that surround them and a living and dining area.
- Swimming pool
- Organic fruit & vegetable garden
- Cooking school
- Dining: 1 restaurant, 1 lounge
Activities include walking tours to Mount Agung, cultural tours to see traditional Bali Aga Village of Tenganan, water palaces of Tirtagangga and Ujung, the weaving village of Sidemen, and various Balinese temples, whitewater rafting and deep-sea fishing adventures.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities available.