This Seminyak hotel has a feast-ival program packed with extravagant buffets, fun cultural activities, and a roaring beachfront New Year’s Eve countdown

Photo: Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach
Photo: Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach

If you’re like us, you’re already eagerly counting down the days until you’re officially in holiday mode and don’t have to go back into the office for (gasp) the rest of the year. And for families, couples (or couple friend groups), or really, any large group of loved ones who want to celebrate the holidays together, we’d like to point you toward Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach’s “feast-ival” program which includes special room rates — perfect for an extended staycation as you unwind and recharge for the new year. (Traveling as part of a family? Ask for one of the connecting suites!)

The most exciting part about Hotel Indigo Bali’s line-up is that because there are so many food and activity options, there’s something for everyone to do and bond over, regardless of your age group or personal hobbies. So far, the variety of planned activities include cooking classes (for all ages), yoga, Balinese dress up, and pottery making at the hotel’s own Pottery Cafe, and many more.

Speaking of variety, did we mention that Hotel Indigo Bali has eight F&B on-site venues? Naturally, their festival program features an extensive list of dining options that will also cater to diners of all ages and culinary preferences. Celebrate the night before Christmas with a family-style set menu which features classics like a homemade honey-glazed leg of ham, smoked sirloin steak, and mac and cheese.

On Christmas Day, sit down with the whole family at the brunch buffet and feast on everything from a Japanese station to a pizza counter to Indonesian classics like bak mie goreng as well as a sambal station. In addition to live acoustic performances and a magic show, word has it that Santa might also make an appearance at the Christmas Day buffet. Alternatively, if you’re looking for a more upscale dining experience, enjoy the beachfront view and a live DJ performance as you dine on a six-course modern Japanese dinner; the menu, which utilizes carefully-curated local ingredients, includes popcorn shrimp, a spicy seafood soup, and (of course) fresh sushi and sashimi.

The hotel’s New Year’s Eve dinner buffet will be just as splashy and delicious as its Christmas Day counterpart, featuring a Chinese station with Peking duck and a dim sum selection, a satay and carving station, and various catches of the day. Meanwhile, diners who opt for the NYE Japanese six-course dinner can expect expertly-prepared tuna tataki, beef wellington, and a mille-feuille made with Balinese Sakanti chocolate.

And hey, the only right way to round up the holidays is with a proper NYE countdown, and you won’t even have to leave the hotel to enjoy an epic bash. After dinner, pop back into your room to freshen up and then head on down to the hotel’s beachfront countdown party at SugarSand — because come on, what better way to ring in the new year than with your near and dear on a beach in Bali?

Ready to treat yourself to a much-deserved staycation at one of the island’s hippest hotels? More information about pricing and menus can be found online. Reservations can be made via email at, or by phone at +6281353695640. To book your holiday with the special room rates, email or call +6281238199200.

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