Concierge.com's insider take:
The Candidasa region on the northeast coast is everybody's favorite undeveloped spot in Bali. And the Alila Manggis's two coconut-fringed, colonial-style mansions are ideally located for an exploration of the area's gorgeous, rugged coastline and fascinating aboriginal villages. The 53 guest rooms, dressed in a warm beige-and-ocher palette, pack a lot of luxury into 365 square feet, with designer linens by Ploh, modern rattan furniture, and marble floors. All have commanding views of the Lombok Strait from private terraces or balconies with day beds. Seasalt restaurant serves contemporary international cuisine alongside Indonesian classics; ambitious guests can learn how to make traditional dishes at the on-site cooking school.—Jamie James
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