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Segara Village Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

A pleasant hotel set amongst tropical gardens on the beach front. Shame about Bali’s rubbish problem though this is not the hotels fault. Staff clean beach at high tide. Still would not go in the sea due to debris floating past. Food quality 3 star.

Segara Club 2 stay-- we first had a bungalow, which, despite it's name, seemed too small for two people. No place for our luggage and no bedtables-- just a shelf behind the bed. This hotel has lovely extensive grounds with many statues, gazebos for sitting and four pools. Breakfast was great. Fruited iced water is available at each pool. The staff are extremely courteous and helpful. Good location right on Sanur beach walk and beach with lots of local restaurants on the beach and in town. We highly recommend this hotel-- one of the best we have stayed in.

Great lication for a frist time holiday. Excellent gardens and the staff are lovely. They have this amazing cake shop, and their afternoon teas are worth it. We had a upstairs bungalow and it was just ideal. Cleaned each day, chocolates on the bed each night. Attention to details. Our coysin had a Birthday here, they even had a cake made as a surprise. Some of the staff have been here for a long time and they always have a smile. They cater for couples and families, and the facilities are really good. Drinks and food are hotel prices but gou do get value for money. Laundry service is excellent, quick and value for money. My only issue was the bbq night, could be better as in value wise. Plus the beach. As in to much rubblish,the staff had clean up duty towards the end of our stay. However it got better,according to the staff it was a tide issue aftsr storms out at sea. Which happens alot. That wouldnt stop me coming back here...

We have been to Bali several times but never stayed in Sanur, we are so glad we chose to this time. Quiet relaxing and away from the hustle bustle of Kuta.We are travelling with friends and they have never been to Bali, so the choice of the Segara village has been a good one. On the down side the wifi is sometimes nonexistent

We’ve just had two amazing weeks at segara village hotel. This is our 4th time visiting Sanur and our 4th time staying at the hotel. The staff are amazing! They really look after you and make you feel welcome. The rooms are clean and for a 4 star hotel the facilities are great. Set in beautiful tropical gardens it really does feel like a village. Two amazing pools, 1 smaller and quieter and great for younger kids with plenty of shade and the bigger pool is perfect for sun lovers but still has plenty of areas surrounding it to get out of the sun. The hotel is situated directly on the beach and the views are incredible. The hotels own restaurants have great menus and they have good themed nights but there are plenty of other restaurants and bars in the area that are only a few hundred yards from the hotel. It is well worth investigating the surrounding areas. Bali is meant to be explored with amazing wildlife and nature. Snorkelling on the surrounding islands is fantastic with tours going daily. But as a base Segara Village Hotel is perfectly situated. We would like to thank all the staff at segara village for another amazing stay and look forward to seeing you all again next year. The Bell family.

The resort is just lovely. We had a bungalow room which was so nice. Plenty of places to drink and dine. It has its own beach area, lively infinity pool and Jacuzzi pool which was perfect for afternoon relax and cocktails. The resort exceeded expectations and would go back in a heartbeat

I was at the Segara Village for 11 days and I was very happy with my stay. The hotel is beautiful with the possibility to relax at different locations: beach, three pools, gardens, restaurants and lounges. The staff pays attention to the little details that make one feel especially comfortable. From leaving an extra bottle of water in my room because they noticed I always emptied the bottles to giving great recommendations on what I could do to see a bit of Bali. The restaurants offer a great variety of food choices, from healthy, tasty salads to burger, japanese food and authentic local dishes. I especially liked spending time with the team of guest relations and the chef during my cooking class, which gave me insights to the local culture and was a lot of fun.

‘Segara Village’, Sanur Beach, Bali Lovely beach location, beautiful gardens and amazing accommodation We stayed at ‘Segara Village’ from Sunday 25th March 2018 to Monday 2nd April 2018 for eight nights. The reception is in a sheltered open air area and we were warmly welcomed. We were allocated to a ground floor room (447) which was just perfect for our stay. We had a sofa on our open front area overlooking a pretty garden. We were in a small ‘close’ of two story buildings numbered between 436 and 453. The rooms above the ground floor have steps and a balcony. The accommodation is spacious and has everything you need: tea/coffee making facilities, huge queen size bed, bathroom with bath and a large shower cubicle, slippers/dressing gowns. Two sides of the bedroom is wall to wall and floor to ceiling windows/sliding doors with full curtains so is light and airy. The room was always thoroughly cleaned and tidied and in the evening chocolates are left in our room and an offer to top up anything else that you may need. The gardens to the resort are exquisite and immaculately maintained by the hardworking garden staff. There are four pool areas: 1. There is an infinity pool nearer the beach which is the main pool area. This is surrounded by a shallow area of water which the sun beds stand in and is ideal if you have very young children for them to play and splash in. 2. There is a more private and shady area towards the centre of the resort which has a smaller and often quieter pool. Also, the sun-beds are a wee bit more comfortable as they have a mattress on them. 3. There is a jacuzzi pool with a bar in the centre and seats around it. However, this is not staffed all of the time and there is no facility to be able to let anyone know that you are there. 4. Finally, there is a private and exclusive pool which is smaller and more shady than the main pool but for the use of the ‘Segara Village 2’ residents only. We used the second pool mostly as it met our requirements better. Towels are provided with a card system. Food is served mainly in the ‘Byrd House Bar and Restaurant’ (see my separate review). This has a cosmopolitan feel about it with comfy sofas and more formal seating, great background music and attentive staff offering a fast and effective service. It offers meals, light bites and drinks all day round. Afternoon tea is served daily between 3pm and 4pm in the outside part of this bar. Breakfast is served here for the residents in Segara Village 2 and offers an A la carte menu and service. For the rest of the residents, breakfast is served on the other side of the pool area in the breakfast restaurant. Chairs and tables are moved there for breakfast time so that you can eat outside. However, we were a little disappointed with the breakfast offer here. There is plenty of choice but the foods on offer on not replenished frequently enough and you have to keep going back or find staff to get what you want. This could be simply rectified by having more staff available. We opted to choose to pay more for the more Byrd House Bar breakfast and thoroughly enjoyed it having a beach view in the sun - perfect. There is lots to do as the resort opens on to a beach walkway just before the beach. There are shops, stalls, restaurants and bars all along this walkway. If you turn left it is the quieter end and if you turn right, it is somewhat busier. If you fancy biking, there are several places to hire a bike for the day or longer and you can cycle the route getting a bit further. We turned left and just a few metres beyond the turning area is a lovely couple hiring bikes for about £2.50 each per day. There are lots of alternative places to eat but, quite simply, we didn’t think we could beat the ‘Byrd House Bar’ for food, price, service and ambience. Early morning Yoga takes place on the garden near the main pool area and starts a 7am for one hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I only got to do this once but would have loved to have done it again. Tips: Make sure you sign for everything that you order if you want it added to your resort account. Staff don’t tend to give it to you when ordering or when they bring your food/drink. It’s then very easy to forget (being in holiday mode) and it can be embarrassing if the staff then have to chase you to complete this. We have suggested to the Management Tram that the bill is bought to you with your order to reduce this happening. The sun-beds by the second pool tend to go quite quickly so be sure to be up early if you want one. Do not miss the opportunity to see the beautiful sunrise on the beach. It is a stunning sight and well worth getting up early for! If you do, it’s not just tourists who do this but many locals spiritually praying in the sea too. Overall, I would highly recommend ‘Segara Village’ and we would happily return for another amazing time in Bali. It is in an ideal place and caters for couples and families alike. Thank you for a wonderful stay.

We stayed 3 nights at the Segara Village 2 (which is exclusive and child-free) and organised a late check-out. The room was extremely comfortable and private and there was complimentary wi-fi. All the staff were helpful and friendly and helped organise our bookings for on-site massages,dinners and excursions.The pool area is divine and unbelievably tranquil with pool service and exceptionally comfortable sun-loungers and coffee (with tasty biscuits) and water on tap. An a la carte breakfast, afternoon tea (3-5 pm) with sandwiches then unlimited cocktails (5-7pm) is included in this package. There are also a range of dinner options that include dining under moonlight and watching Balinese dancing. It is wrench leaving the resort and I have never been in a more relaxing environment.

After staying in Ubud, we stayed for 9 nights at Segara Village to experience a wonderful beach resort. We stayed here in May last year and loved it that much we came back for a longer stay this year. We stayed in an older style bungalow in Village 4 that was positioned in lovely treed surroundings. We had a beatufil view of trees from our balcony. The room was lovely and clean with a big ensuite. The resort is right on the beach with a choice of dining at the restaurant, at the Byrdhouse Lounge or right on the beach. There are a number of restaurants also within walking distance. The buffet breakfast has a wide variety of choice, to appease all tastes. The staff are great, friendly and treat you as a part of the Segara Family. We were welcomed back again with a lovely, complimentary cocktail night with canapés and staff thanking us for returning. It is a wonderful place to relax around the three pools or on the beach. They also make delicious cocktails in the Jacuzzi Bar, 2 for 1at Happy Hour. The Byrdhouse Lounge is also a wonderful place to relax, especially in the evenings, overlooking the beach. We will be returning again to enjoy this special place.

Jalan Segara Ayu,bali Denpasar Bali

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located within a mile (2 km) of Le Mayeur Museum, Segara Village Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Sanur Beach. This 120-room, 4-star hotel has 2 outdoor pools along with a private beach and a full-service spa. Also nearby are Royal Thai Consulate and Consulate General of Japan.


Dining

Enjoy the pool views at La Pirate Restaurant, one of 3 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

All of Segara Village Hotel's 120 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, refrigerators, and minibars. Guests can expect free WiFi and LED TVs with cable channels. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries. Coffee makers, free bottled water, and safes are also standard.


Property features

Segara Village Hotel features a private beach, a full-service spa, and 2 outdoor pools. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle for IDR 400000 per vehicle one way. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a children's pool, an outdoor tennis court, and free WiFi in public areas.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

81.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1423 reviews