Dhyana Pura Hotel – Seminyak

Set amongst four hectares of spacious green lawns and meditative gardens, Dhyana Pura provides 98 guestrooms and 30 bungalows designed in traditional Balinese architecture. This beachfront property is located on the white beach of Legian, Kuta, on the southern peninsula of Bali.

Dhyana Pura Beach Resort is situated brilliantly on the beautiful beach of Seminyak, Kuta, Bali. This resort was built in 1976 on a 3.8 hectare area in the strategic location of Seminyak. Dhyana Pura is chosen as the name to represent its own uniqueness which means place of the nature spirit. So if you are the one who seek for spirit rejuvenation, this place is the perfect one; a place to find true refresh.

From the first time, Dhyana Pura Beach Resort was intentionally built for a body and soul retreat. In era of 70’s this hotel was the only reason people come to the area of Seminyak which, at time was still a hidden paradise. Even, the street in front of this hotel was named Jalan Dhyana Pura.

With a combination of meditation and the nature healing ambience, this resort is the best place for finding peace. In the early days, the first 90 rooms were built with two-story hall for group meditation. The wide area of green grass around the hotel buildings make this resort a suitable place for a family or company outing since the green grass area could be functioned as a spacious party place.

For the restaurants, Dhyana Pura Beach Resort provided you with two main restaurants: Eden Garden restaurant for in house guests and Kintamani restaurant for conferences. The Dinner arrangement in the area of beautiful garden is also possible, with Balinese dance on the open stage as the live entertainment. Besides that, parties or some special events could be organized on the roof the hotel building, with spectacular view of Kuta Beach sunset.

Also try the spa therapists offering personal relaxation, leaving your body, mind and spirit in balance and harmony. A wide selection of pampering and rejuvenating menu and packages are available, like having Balinese massage continued by body lulur, yoghurt body splash, aromatic flower bath, hair cream bath, a choice of pedicure of manicure, and so on. Dhyana Pura Beach Resort is really the best place to refresh your body and spirit.

6 replies on “Dhyana Pura Hotel – Seminyak”

I would not recommend this hotel due to it been run down, poor management and beware of the rooms at the ground floor. Many cockraches wandering around the rooms probably due to the rooms near the rubbish area and restaurant.

Morning breakfast is simple and not welcoming. Small pool and door step to the beach but do not expect clean beach.

From : Kuala Lumpur
Detail : Stayed December 2011, traveled with family

I wont say much, here are my points why i wont recemmend this hotel to others unless they do something to be a better hotel to stay.

1) hotel & rooms are very, very old.
2) room is smelly. it is so smelly like BO, well at first we thought maybe we just switched on the air-cond & hoping the smell will go away eventually but it didnt. We bought air-freshener.
3) filthy room wall & toilet. mould-like everywhere.
4) room phone with no directory. we tried pressing every single number to get the front desk.
5) old & small tv with indonesian channels. ergh??
6) smelly cupboard. i dont know how to describe. just dont hang your clothes in there. thats all
7) the breakfast is super horrible! you wont miss anything if you dont have your breakfast there. trust me. when we were there, it was only plain fried rice & fried noodle (no vege + meat + chicken), dry cheap bread, cereal (the bowl was empty when we arrived, they didnt refill, they took away the bowl), and egg station.
8) pool is old and ugly.
9) room has no wi-fi except at the lobby & restaurant.
10) we asked for iron & ironing board as we were getting ready for a romantic New Year Eve dinner, well they didnt have what we wanted . they suggested us to send the clothes to their laundrette. the clothes came back half-hour later with no diff to the clothes at all!

From : Kuala Lumpur
Detail : Stayed December 2011, traveled as a couple

We booked our room on Agoda and paid $63 w/tax. This is a great value for this area considering the location. There are reveiwers that say this place is in desperate need of a renovation and that is precisely why it is in uch a state of decay. It is being torn down slowly
and is one of the last remaining hotels of its kind on this stretch of beach. You do not see too many hotels with expansive grounds like this – especially for the price.
Just don’t too get too excited about breakfast or a fancy bathroom and you will love the Dhyana Pura for what it is… but it won’t last long. The original entrance and lobby have already been torn down.

From : hongkong
Detail : Stayed March 2012, traveled with family

my family and i where shipped here after our rooms beeing double booked elsewere.
the idea of the hotel is nice its just not well executed. two of our rooms had outdoor showers which alot of hotels in bali do however these were not very well secluded and were very barron looking out from the toilet or shower to a brick wall and some pebles. the third room had an indoor bathroom which had mold everwhere and some hair still in the bath tub. this being said the locations was nice however we werent very familiar with seminyak at the time. the grounds were lovely and the pool bar although not always manned made some damn fine cocktails.
in summary if you were paying the right price and didnt intend to spend alot of time in the room it may be enjoyable.

From : Adelaide, Australia
Detail : Stayed May 2011, traveled with family

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