Definitely one of the people's favorite streets in Bali, Petitenget Street is where The Aveda Boutique Hotel perched. Home to some reputable bars, awesome restaurants, and fabulous shopping, the street deserves a good glance for your unforgettable vacation in Bali.
Surrounded by restaurants, beach clubs, cafes, shops and lifestyle, the Aveda Boutique Hotel Seminyak has easy access to great attractions such as:
1. BATU BELIG BEACH
Batu Belig Beach is located in Kerobokan area, North Kuta. It is ideal for you to relax or swim while waiting the picturesque sunset. The shore wave is quite big makes it fit for surfing. The sand is soft and safe for you to walk on it.
Many activities you can do while you are in Batu Belig Beach, such as walking down the shore line, sun bathing, swimming, playing kite, or even riding a horse!
2. ROB PEETOOM HAIR SPA BALI
The Rob Peetoom Hair Spa at Bali is a location that invites for luxurious Hair & Beauty treatments. The Hair Spa is environmentally friendly designed and made by the hand of our architect Ruud van Oosterhout, which fits in the area, built of local materials, with respect for the land and using the local economy.
3. EL NACIONAL BALI
El Nacional is a Speakeasy Bar in Seminyak housing the biggest Rum selection in Indonesia, with over 200 bottles of Rum & counting.
4. DA MARIA
Da Maria is a modern Italian restaurant in the Osteria style featuring stunning interiors by Roman architects Lazzarini Pickering, Da Maria highlights the diversity of Italian food, wine, music, fashion, art and friends, with more than a little Capri in the heart of Seminyak.
Lounge and Gallery in Bali welcomes guests to enjoy an entirely sensory dining experience borne of the pleasures of living.
The 350 seat restaurant, bar, lounge and private dining offers diners in Bali exciting French Mediterranean cuisine passionately crafted by Chef Nicolas ‘Doudou’ Tourneville together with Executive Chef Dove Sudarsana.
They bring their legendary talent and culinary artistry to the table with a masterful combination of French Mediterranean cuisine. Flawless service in one of Bali’s most elegantly sophisticated settings is just the beginning of this seduction into the depths of the five senses. MÉTIS is as fresh and sumptuous as the cuisine that graces its tables
6. CAFE DEL MAR
Café del Mar was founded in 1980 in Sant Antoni de Portmany on the Spanish Isle of Ibiza. Now with 12 locations around the world we are an international destination brand with an established global following. To this day, Café del Mar is still a leading destination in Ibiza and now around the world, where visitors can watch the spectacular sunsets while listening to the iconic chill out sound of Café del Mar Chill House music, and enjoy premium dining and bar experiences with world class DJs and entertainment.
7. LA FAVELA
Situated in the heart of Seminyak and quoted as truly one of Bali’s most exquisite hotspots, La Favela opened its doors in mid 2013 and was again the brainchild of the hugely creative and talent husband and wife team, Gonzalo and Sandra Assiego.
8. FINNS BEACH CLUB
With the choice of 4 pools, 9 bars (including 2 swim up pool bars), 5 restaurants, Sushi Bar, daily DJs, live Vocalists, stunning sunsets and night surfing, Finns Beach Club offers it all across 170m of absolute oceanfront at the famous Berawa surf break. All this only 10 minutes from Seminyak.
9.POTATO HEAD BEACH CLUB
Just a short drive away and known for its multi-cultural blend of gastronomy and entertainment which includes music, art and fashion at the same time, Potato Head has given Bali and its visitors the best of island living with a memorable and fun experience. A venue you should not miss during your stay in Bali.
10. Pura Petitenget
Petitenget Temple, referred to as "Pura Petitenget" by locals, is a significant, centuries-old temple in Bali and one of the very few cultural landmarks at the island's upscale beach resort area of Seminyak.
11. Pura Tanah Lot
Tanah Lot Temple sits on a rock formation surrounded by sea. This 16th century temple is associated with Balinese mythology as one of seven temples that form a ring in southwest Bali, it is a popular attraction for its serenity and cultural significance. Going there during low tide allows visitors to walk to the temple. The poisonous sea snakes that dwell in little caves at the base of the rocky island are believed to guard the rock.