At Canggu Beach, a quiet surf and sunset beach in the quaint fishermen village of Canggu, at the southwest coast of Bali. Located 30 minutes
from Ngurah Rai Int’l Airport, 20 minutes from chic downtown Seminyak, and from a golf course voted to be the best in Southeast Asia.
The hotel is designed to bring back to life the romantic, forgotten tales of Java and Bali. The hotel, owned by an Indonesian who has been
collecting antiques since the early 1960s, is home to one of the largest original art collections in Southeast Asia. The main building, the Bale
Agung, features a distinctive architecture inspired by a secluded village in Central Bali, whereas some of the public areas are original
hundreds-years-old structures moved in entirety into the property. The suites are housed in individual buildings tucked in lush tropical
gardens and natural lotus pond facing the Indian Ocean.
All guest accommodations are within steps from the beach, housed in traditional thatched- roof buildings. All ground floor suites (Dedari
Suites) have private plunge pool and open air bathroom, whereas the second floor suites (Rejang Suites) have ocean-view and private spa
area with unique sunken tub.
The red Puri Le Mayeur villa is dedicated to the passionate love story between the Belgian painter Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merprès, who
made Bali his home in 1932, and the model of his paintings, the famous, beautiful Legong dancer Ni Polok. Some of the items are originals of
Le Mayeur, inherited from Ni Polok, and the rest were crafted by a blind carver who used to be employed by the couple. There is a large, red-
canopied-living room, a romantic bedroom, a semi-outdoor bath, a long balcony, a plunge pool and a sundeck for two. The Puri Le Mayeur
occupies an area of roundly 200 m2 (or 2,100 sq. ft), and is floating on roundly 700 m2 (roundly 7,400 sq. ft) of natural lotus pond, with
view of the breaking waves and the burning sunset, where the sky meets the Indian Ocean. Through a bridge, Puri Le Mayeur is connected to
an intimate dining hut for two, alone above the lotus pond, only lit by torches and candles.
The Walter Spies Pavilion is dedicated to the legendary artist Walter Spies, who had lived in Kampoeng Djojodipoeran in Jogjakarta between
1924 and 1927, and was giving a great contribution to the Balinese art. In this suite one finds various memorabilia of Walter Spies, such as
his old camera, his paintings, his youth pictures, original letters to his family members in Germany, and others. In contrast with the
passionate Puri Le Mayeur, the artful Walter Spies Pavilion is romantically subtle, characterized by the art deco era of Central Java. Other
than original memorabilia of the artist, the Walter Spies Pavilion has a private plunge pool, an outdoor dining pavilion, a private garden
and a beautiful outdoor bath.
Canggu Beach, BALI
Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong,
Canggu Beach, BALI - INDONESIA
P.O Box 3812 Denpasar - BALI
• 30 Minutes from airport