Nestled perfectly on the southwest coastline of the island, Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran combines a modern design with local arts all of which are visible throughout the hotel’s architecture and décor.

Surrounded by water features, the hotel offers 117 guestrooms and suites with each accommodation type boasting more-than-ample space decorated with modern batik interiors exuding a relaxing ambience. Each room is also complimented by striking liquid art imagery by German artist Markus Reugels in keeping with the Le Méridien brand's emphasis on style and design.

The guestrooms, located on the ground floor, open directly onto a lavish 1,300-square-metre lagoon pool of organic saltwater that is guaranteed to rejuvenate both mind and body. Meanwhile, located in the lobby, the resort’s newly developed Le Méridien Hub experience re-imagines the function of a traditional lobby into an area for social gathering where guests can converse, debate and exchange views.

Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran is also renowned for its innovative and sumptuous cuisines offered at five distinct dining venues over its three-storey complex. The hotel’s signature restaurant, Bamboo Chic, features Pan-Asian flavours fused with authentic Balinese tastes made with organic local ingredients. Smoqee Sky Bar, on the other hand, is known for designer cocktails served in a stunning venue that provides unparalleled golden sunset views of Jimbaran Bay. For light snacks and drinks, guests can opt for Latitude 8, which is popular for its wines and tapas, or WALA, which serves delicious handcrafted gelato.

For total rejuvenation, guests can also head over to Serenity Spa and Salon, which boasts six treatment rooms and one lounge along with a well-equipped fitness centre offering a variety of health programmes. Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran is also family-friendly, with its J Kids Club as well as an array of fun activities in a facility specially designed to keep the little ones occupied for a long, peaceful time.

Strategically located, the hotel offers myriad activities for guests to experience. The famous Jimbaran Bay is a popular tourist spot at night when many beach-side cafés open up to serve freshly caught seafood. For those looking for more cerebral pursuits, Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran is also located near many cultural attractions including Pura Uluwatu, also known as the Balinese sea temple.

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