Hotel Tugu Bali


Although Canggu Beach is separated from Kuta by just ten kilometres, its relaxed atmosphere and slow pace of life make it seem a million miles from the frenetic streets of Bali’s most popular tourist destination. Set against the backdrop of Canggu’s beautiful sea views, Hotel Tugu Bali is one of several hotels created by Anhar Setjadibrata, a man who has over the years created the nation’s largest collection of Indonesian fine art and cultural antiques. Setjadibrata designed his boutique museum hotels specifically to house his antiques, and to share with the world Indonesia’s fascinating and often-forgotten ancient culture. Hotel Tugu Bali is no exception, offering those that stay there the opportunity to take up residence in a building that stands as a monument to the region’s rich history.


  • Admire the many artworks, artefacts and antiques that adorn the hotel’s interior
  • Choose from the hotel’s extensive range of unique dining experiences
  • Get your adrenaline fix whilst surfing the famous waves of Canggu Beach
  • Enrol in the hotel’s Djamoe class to learn the ancient art of Javanese herbal healing


Bali, Indonesia

Best time to go

The best time to visit Canggu Beach is during Bali’s dry season, which lasts from June until September.

Our thoughts

The uniqueness of Setjadibrata’s vision is evident in every aspect of Hotel Tugu Bali, from its lavish themed dining experiences, to its array of classes that teach everything from Balinese dance to ancient Javanese healing methods. Best of all, the hotel combines its passion for the past with a commitment to providing all the luxuries of a modern five-star accommodation experience.

  • In-room massage and spa service
  • Complimentary welcome massage
  • Surfboard rental
  • Bicycle and scooter rental
  • Choice of restaurants
  • Bar
  • Business centre
  • Complimentary wifi
  • Complimentary daily high tea
  • Chauffeur service
  • Complimentary airport transfers
  • Babysitting service
  • Corporate and event facilities


Bale Sutra - Designed as an authentic reconstruction of a private 1706 Kang XI Chinese temple, this crimson dining room specialises in elegant Chinese Imperial cuisine as well as the distinct flavours of Indonesian Peranakan cooking. Bale Sutra is also home to the Forbidden City Dinner, one of Hotel Tugu Bali’s many theatrical dining experiences.


Bale Puputan - This intimate dining chamber has a maximum capacity of twelve, and is therefore the perfect venue for events or special occasions. Bale Puputan is decorated with antiques that once belonged to Balinese royalty, including regal armchairs and statues representing creatures from Balinese mythology.


Wantilan Agung - This a la carte dining venue features stunning views of the ocean and the hotel gardens, as well as an impressive array of Indonesian antiques and cultural relics. Wantilan Agung offers gourmet continental cuisine in addition to traditional Balinese, Javanese and Chinese favourites.


Calon Arong Bar - Dramatically finished in black, red, and shimmering gold, the Calon Arang Bar offers spectacular sunset views complimented by a wide variety of wines, spirits and signature cocktails.


In addition, guests are invited to dine al fresco wherever they like amidst the splendour of the property’s lush garden. Several of Hotel Tugu Bali’s unique dining experiences take place in the garden, on the beach-front lawn, or on the beach itself.

Hotel Tugu Bali comprises 21 bedrooms, each one individually created by the owner to provide the perfect combination of colour, texture and atmosphere. The rooms at Hotel Tugu Bali also display  a vast and varied collection of antiques from all over Asia.


Rejang Suites - Located on the upper floors of the hotel, these suites boast breathtaking views of either the ocean or the surrounding paddy fields in addition to a timber interior and a carved four-poster bed. Each suite also features a private spa area complete with a sunken bathtub, and a large hand-crafted bathroom.


Dedari Suites - Surrounded by the hotel’s tropical gardens, the Dedari Suites feature an antique wooden door that lends each one an atmosphere of timeless elegance. All suites include an enormous canopy bed, a tropical plunge pool, and a private spa area complete with a decadent sunken bathtub.


Kampong Suite - Situated on the upper floor of a separate villa, the two-bedroom Kampong Suite is designed in the intriguing style of the Javanese Art Deco movement. The master bedroom boasts a carved four-poster bed, whilst the second bedroom features two twins. This suite also has its own private spa area, antique wooden floors, and a spacious balcony.


Walter Spies Pavilion - Named in honour of the German musician and artist, the Walter Spies Pavilion also evokes the romance of the Javanese Art Deco era. This room features a luxurious four-poster bed, a beautiful private plunge pool, an outdoor dining pavilion and a unique outdoor sunken bath.


Puri Le Mayeur Suite - Occupying the entirety of a spacious single-storey villa, the Puri Le Mayeur Suite seems to float above a lotus pond that in turn overlooks the ocean. This suite defines the meaning of luxury, incorporating a private plunge pool, an open-air dining pavilion, an oversized copper bathtub and a verandah from which to witness Canggu’s magnificent sunsets.



  • Spa treatments
  • Yoga classes
  • Cooking classes
  • Surfing
  • Flower-arranging classes
  • Djamoe classes
  • Balinese dance classes
  • Horse-drawn carriage tours


Children are more than welcome at Hotel Tugu Bali. To allow parents a little quality time to themselves, babysitting services are available at the hotel upon request.


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