The Grand Nikko Hotel
LOCATED IN A SECLUDED AND STYLISH seaside resort, Alila Manggis offers an amazing scene. The resort sets amidst a coconut grove between the sea and the majestic Mount Agung, Bali’s most sacred mountain.
The 55 rooms and suites face the ocean with clear views across Nusa Penida, housed in traditional two-storey thatched Balinese pavilions reminiscent of the village Wantilan. A contemporary interpretation of traditional Balinese architecture is artfully combined with modern amenities to create a relaxed environment in harmony with its natural surroundings.
With a stunning setting, it is no wonder that Alila Manggis is the perfect place for an intimate wedding.
Ceremonies and events can be organised on the grounds within tropical gardens, under the coconut grove or by the sea. Alila Manggis can choreograph a traditional wedding ceremony featuring the Balinese nuptial blessing, bridal procession, a cocktail reception and a royal Balinese dinner on property or in a tranquil and beautiful outside location or combination of both.
Alila Manggis has a wealth of amenities to engage and pamper guests with its Seasalt Restaurant, Spa Alila and Alternative Wellness, and tailor activities designed by the Leisure Concierges. Seasalt is an integral part of Alila Manggis Cooking School, one of Bali’s renowned cooking classes.
Only 45 minutes from Alila Manggis, Villa Idanna is set on a promontory overlooking the spellbinding landscape of Sisemen Valley with its rice terraces and forested hills leading up the sacred volcano Gunung Agung. Two large bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and one kid’s room all lie under one roof with spacious al-fresco seating areas, private garden, 20-metre pool, and a well-appointed library. There is no TV to disturb the peace but wireless modem is provided for data connectivity, a rare setting for total rejuvenation of body and soul and for seeking solace with nature.