The perfect antithesis of sterile concrete beach hotels, the Hotel Tugu veers a tight path between museum and luxury hotel. As it was built and decorated by Indonesian antiques collector Anhar Setjadibrata, it has an ambience that is unmatched in other Balinese hotels. With suites devoted to legendary 1920’s artist Walter Spies, a restaurant created in a reconstructed 300 year old temple, every nook and cranny of Hotel Tugu is an eye opener.
But at the heart of Tugu is a hotel of exceptional grace and style, an intimacy that only a 21 room hotel can offer and a charm that is unique. The spa and restaurants are destinations in their own right, and the hotel’s location bordering black sand Canggu beach and verdant rice paddies is spectacular.