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The Legian & The Club, Bali

A tropical haven in Seminyak, The Legian & The Club in Bali delivers sun, surf and sand aplenty. There’s also some gourmet Asian-fusion cuisine on offer, thanks to a brand new chef and an unlimited supply of fresh seafood – we’re licking our lips already… 

Style Oceanside opulence
Setting Beach central

Chef Luke MacLeod, The Legian & The Club, Bali

Why this week? New executive chef Luke MacLeod and his team have prepared a ‘Seafood Indulgence’ experience every Friday, served on the sun-deck by the Ocean Bar. Guests can feast on tuna tartare, sashimi, red prawn curry and the like, before ending the evening on a (sugar) high with coconut pannacotta or Balinese chocolate cake. Lucky Smith members also get 10 per cent off meals in the resort throughout their stay. Chef MacLeod can be booked for a personal chef service.

Our favourite bits… Each room at the Legian is blessed with sea views and glimpses of Seminyak’s sandy shores. Make the most of the Italian-made Acqua di Parma toiletries and the big canopied beds in rooms envisioned by interior designer Jaya Ibrahim: his use of natural materials and artwork by local artists achieves a relaxed, contemporary feel. Nab a seat at the Ocean Bar, where mojitos, daiquiris and margaritas accompany the spectacular sunsets. The Club, a private compound opposite the Legian, is the ultimate hideaway for those who like seclusion and personal butlers straight from The Guild of Professional English Butlers.

The Beach House bathroom, The Legian & The Club, BaliMr & Mrs Smith say… ‘Each villa has a dedicated butler, and ours is Vina, who is not even slightly Lurchesque or Jeeves-like, but a smiling Balinese lady who combines serenity with the efficiency of an elite military unit. She unlocks a wooden door and we step into our secret garden. There’s a 10-metre swimming pool fringed by hibiscus and frangipani, an outdoor dining balé, manicured lawns, day-beds and, in the middle, a Balinese palace that, thanks to further ponds, appears from certain angles to be floating on water. Vina’s introductory tour has more highlights than we can immediately absorb.’
Read the full Mr & Mrs Smith review by Amy Cooper

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*Copy compiled by Katherine Williams

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