Hotel Tugu Bali has 5 restaurants on site. Room service is available.
- Bale Sutra (The Palace of Harmony); A 300-years-old Kang Xi period temple that was almost demolished in the 1990s in Java. It was transported and reconstructed in its entirety at Tugu, and it stands as a symbol of harmony between the ancient Peranakan (Indonesian Chinese) and ancient Balinese culture. This temple is housed in a beautiful red room, displaying a spectacular 18th century statue of the Goddess of Mercy, an ancient gigantic mask, and various other priceless artworks. The Bale Sutra is said to have housed the most beautiful dinners in the country.
- Bale Puputan; An elegant, late 19th century atmospheric room, commemorating the Balinese Heroes who had opted to take their own lives rather than admitting defeat during the “Battle to the Last Man,” i.e. Puputan of Badung 1906 and in Klungkung 1908. The room hosts memorabilia of venerable Balinese royal families, some of them dating back to the 19th century and some relating to the Puputan War. In this room, the most famous dining ritual is the authentic Grand Rijsttafel and the Balinese Rajadom.
- Black Chamber; A symbol of harmony with the ancient Peranakan culture, this room features Peranakan antiques, Indonesian puppets and masks, a beautiful old Peranakan bed, and a masterpiece hundreds-years-old papier-mache Mak Co statue, who is also known as Dewa Panjang Umur (The Goddess of Long Life). This room, beautifully illuminated by red candles, normally houses a table for two only, with a private Balinese dance performance for this singular table.
- Waroeng Tugu; A “lifestyle experience” of Javanese and Balinese people in the past, how they ate at the comfort of their own homes and at “Waroeng” (simple traditional hut for lunch and dinner). This experience is an actuality from centuries ago when Java was still conquered by the Majapahit Hindu Kingdom that vanished around 1525. “Waroeng Tugu” is now in existence not just for the best Indonesian food in the island, but also to record the deep history of the country; its beautiful humbleness tells in the same time of the richness of the culture of Java and Bali.
- Beachfront; Romantic seafood BBQ for two under the stars where having the whole beach alone, with no other tables around is possible, only surrounded by torches, the stars, the silky sand and the crashing waves.
Tugu offers spa services and massage/treatment rooms.
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The Waroeng Djamoe Spa at Hotel Tugu Bali brings back to life the authentic, rich history of spa in the islands of Java and Bali. Every spa treatment is based on the wellbeing secrets of the East, some of which does not exist anymore nowadays. Indulging and pampering, the Waroeng Djamoe Spa presents rituals that are not only focused on relaxation and beauty, but it is pampering, but also bring peace and relaxation not only to the physical body, but for the mind and soul alike.
Kamar Solek (the make-up Hut)
“Solek” in Javanese means grooming or doing one’s make-up. Kamar Solek used to be the bed of a king from the island of Madura in the end of 18th century. This is an outdoor hut that is dedicated to the traditional grooming for Javanese ladies in the old days.
Kamar Molek Seger Waras
“Molek” means beautiful, and “Seger Waras” means fresh, healthy, and full of energy. The authentic Balinese and Javanese treatments are done on old massage beds used once upon a time to store rice. Kamar Molek Seger Waras has indoor and outdoor areas, for treatments that include herbal baths and exotic floral aromatherapies.
Gubug Nglamun Leha-leha
“Nglamun Leha-leha” is a Javanese expression for daydreaming and lazing. It is an intimate al-fresco treatment hut filled with sea breeze and the sound of waves. The signature Keraton Leha-leha treatment for two is usually done here, a head-to-toe pampering that is a combination of Javanese massage, spice scrub, milk splash, and more.
Kamar Dandang Goela: Sumringah ing Jagat
Kamar Dandang Goela has its own signature treatment, the Gemulai Penari, a whole ritual that is characterized by water treatment and a massage methodology that is based on traditional Balinese dancing movements.
Kamar “The Samedhi”
“Samedhi” is a Javanese meditation that came into existence long before the introduction of Buddhism in the 18th century. The signature treatment in this room is the Dandang Watoe, an ancient massage therapy using stones from the Yang Tze River in China and the volcanic mountain in Central Java. The stones are heated in traditional steamers using exotic spices ad herbs, before located on important pressure points and rhythmically massaged.
Spiritually serene and surreally mystical, Kamar Mantra, a haven of tranquility separate from the ordinariness, is inspired by the Hindu mantras – multifaceted expression of enlightened awareness, achieved through a verbal formula repeated in meditation or incantation. Kamar Mantra features the Mantra therapy, where the therapist chants mantra during the treatment using heated, soothing herbal oils, putting both mind and physics to a state of bliss and harmony.
Recreational amenities at the villa property include an outdoor pool, a fitness facility, and a pool.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
The preferred airport for Hotel Tugu Bali is Denpasar (DPS-Ngurah Rai Intl.) - 10.2 km / 6.3 mi.
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