Need To Know
14, including three Grand Studios and one Sunset Studio.
12 noon; check-in, from 2pm (flexible, on request). Late check-outs may rack up an additional night’s fee; be sure to check with staff before delaying departure.
Double rooms from £236.96 ($291), including tax at 21 per cent.
Rates include daily sunset canapés, movies in the Lunaplex cinema, the services of a studio attendant and WiFi. Breakfast is usually excluded. Children Cots (for under-4s) and extra beds (free for under-12s) are available on request (teens can stay for US$75 a night, including breakfast), and can be added to Studios. Babysitting is included in rates and can be arranged with two hours’ notice (or 24, if it’s a night slot).
If you want to be pampered whilst keeping an eye on your water babies, book a spa treament by the pool. Health and fitness programmes with a personal trainer can be arranged at the pool podium, Fuel Station: pick from box-fit on the beach to yoga in Space (personal trainers can also tailor sessions to kids’ needs).
No check-ins or check-outs are allowed on 28 March 2017, when Bali observes Nyepi Day (Day of Silence), although stays are still possible. Bali’s airport also closes for the day.
At the hotel
Private cinema, swimming pool, restaurant, underground night club, DVDs and games, free WiFi throughout. Each studio has a kitchenette with a hob, sink, pots, pans, cutlery and plates.
In your room
Two flatscreen TVs and a retro Brionvega set, iPad, preloaded iPod with dock, stash of board games (including Twister and Connect Four), maxibar, Smeg fridge, Nespresso machine.
Our favourite rooms
We love the three open-plan Grand Studios, which have a floating kitchen island counter that seats four, designed for in-room dining. These studios also have plenty of lounge space, a Brionvega TV with headphones (so children can watch cartoons without disrupting mum and dad), a circular sofa and a large balcony overlooking the pool. If you’re here with teens, book the groovy-baby Sunset Studio, which has its own bar and on-loan bartender plus two balconies, so you can spy on the stars at night and the ocean, pool and sunset by day. (Don’t be surprised if Smith Junior ends up in your capsule-style king-size bed.) This bright-blue studio has an in-room dining area that seats four and can connect to one of the Grand Studios, making it a good choice for larger families. Both the Grand Studios and the Sunset Studio have an ensuite bathroom with a bath tub and rainhead shower.
Fancy some poolside tunes but forgot your iPod? Take a deep breath and disappear beneath the surface of Luna's pool to listen to the underwater beats pumping out. Lined with Mondrian-inspired, colour-block mosaics, the pool is surrounded by loungers for those who’d rather keep their heads above water and recline with a granita (or something boozy). The swimming pool has a shallow end and welcomes water babies at all times; arm-bands and swimming aids can be supplied.
There isn't a spa, but pampering treatments can be arranged (either in-room, or by the pool).