Small in size, but cozy.
Alila Manggis combines contemporary features with traditional Balinese design to form an exemplary symbiosis. This resort demonstrates creative function, elegant luxury and pure well-being.
The 54 rooms and two corner suites of Alila Manggis are housed in traditional two-storey thatched Balinese pavilions reminiscent of the village wantilan or meeting hall. The Superior Rooms, located on the lower floor of each block, boast a private terrace while the Deluxe Rooms on the upper level have a balcony with day bed. All rooms and suites face the ocean with clear views across the straits to Nusa Penida.
Seasalt Restaurant is set in a traditional Balinese pavilion on a lotus pond. Serving both a contemporary menu and a range of Indonesian and Balinese favorites, Seasalt is also an integral part of the Alila Manggis Cooking School. Elegant and relaxed, the restaurant looks out on to the ocean and the resort’s beautifully landscaped grounds.