Bali’s reputation as a sanctum of wellness and spirituality is well founded, and justifiably so. Its influence stretches around the world, from spas to movies to books and more. But to truly experience the tantalising charms of this unique destination, there is no substitute for being there in person. And there’s no substitute for luxury when it comes to your accommodation either. Choosing a hotel whose ethos matches the atmosphere of Bali’s mindful approach to travel is a good place to start: step forward The Legian Sire resort in Lombok.
Luxury Holidays to the Legian Sire, Lombok
As the most recent addition to LHM’s glittering portfolio of one-of-a-kind hotels, The Legian Sire attains the highest standards set by this luxury lifestyle brand. A profound connection to the culture and heritage of Lombok is felt throughout the resort, imbued with the hotelier’s signature hospitality and warm, dutiful service. Highlights at this new property include: direct access to Sire Beach and exclusive boat shuttles to the Gili Islands; a 'Wellness by the Legian' concept infusing volcanic apothecary, bespoke nutrition and vegetarian cuisine; one of Indonesia's most striking design statements by Studio Affandy & Yeo; a beautiful location in Lombok which remains unaffected by mass tourism.
The Legian Sire Opening
This corner of paradise is enveloped in verdant green jungle on the island’s northwest shores. From the talcum-soft sands of the Tanjung Sire beach that flanks the property, to the dizzyingly beautiful views that showcase the ocean, the Gili Islands and the sacred Mount Rinjani, The Legian Sire defines the very notion of tropical escape. Despite not having yet opened its doors to the public, the hotel has nevertheless become the talk of the town among travel aficionados. So while the jet set wait to book their places ahead of the The Legian Sire’s summer 2020 opening on 19th May 2020, why not talk to your Asia specialist at Kenwood Travel about our great-value deals.
Please note: The dates for Ramadan 2021 are Monday 12th April – Tuesday 11th May. Visitors during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: Nyepi Day is an observed day of silence associated with Balinese New Year, falling in 2021 from 6am on Sunday 14th March until 6am on Monday 15th March.