GrandMas Plus Hotel Legian

  • The lush courtyard in the day
  • The breakfast area
  • Vernonia is one the most important features...
  • Busy Lobby
  • Single bedrooms
  • Double bedroom
  • Entrance of Bella Italia restaurant
  • Vernonia seems to be the queen...
  • The vernonia vines are now an important part of this temple
  • Courtyard at Granmas Legian
  • Lounge
  • The smiling receptionists at GrandMas Legian
  • Asian breakfast at the courtyard
  • Bella Italia restaurant
  • Bicycle for rent for intrepid travellers.
  • GrandMas logo


Picking a hotel in the maze of streets and establishments on offer in the Legian area of Bali is not an easy task. I was actually lucky, during my Internet search, to bump into GrandMas Plus Hotel Legian website.

GrandMas is a chain of hotels run by a young and dynamic Balinese fellow who is implementing his artistic and innovating mind into boutique style establishments in the south of the holiday island of Bali.

Vernonia is one the most important features…

Upon my evening arrival, I was immediately impressed by the vernonia climber vines that suspend from above the pergola. What a great idea for a façade, I thought, as I realized the hotel location was right in the center of Legian. This leafy look, with vernonia that drape hotel windows, is an immediate welcome.

But the real masterpiece of this surreal place is the amazingly lush courtyard past the lobby area, which boasts a mini garden as centerpiece. As it was dark already, the effect the of the lights illuminating the greenery and the balconies above was simply stunning.

Double bedroom

My room, one of 111 nicely decorated double, twin and triple rooms spread out on four levels, was small and cozy, with great wall decorations and designers elongated windows. Rooms are the perfect size and have all the necessary amenities like work desk, safe deposit box, flat screen TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee facilities, refrigerator, and a bathroom with shower and toiletries. But the highlight of the night was the great sleep I managed to have in the room’s exclusive Healthy Bed™ with microfiber pillows. Priceless.

The following morning, I sat at a table in the courtyard and had a lovely breakfast of traditional Balinese Ayam Betutu chicken, while marveling at the greenery, this time bright and drenched in sunlight. It was there that I met with Hotel Manager Mr Gede and Corporate Sales and Marketing Ms Dewi, a young, smiling couple who reflected the fresh feel of the GrandMas Plus Hotel Legian.

Busy Lobby

Lots of information surfaced during our conversation over coffee, including a short history of the GrandMas group and their collection of hotels in Legian, Seminyak and Bali Airport, and how the group has invested money and efforts to make these venues a boutique choice for happy visitors from all corners of the world. I congratulated Gede and Dewi for the great establishment, said goodbye to them, and prepared myself for the exploration of the beautiful island of Bali!


Legian is one of Bali’s most popular beach resort areas, and with its excellent location, GrandMas Plus Hotel Legian is one of the best options in the area. Its excellent location enables visitors to explore all that the Legian neighborhood has to offer, with its lines of art shops, restaurants and exciting nightlife venues, all within easy walking distance from the hotel.

Entrance of Bella Italia restaurant


  • 12 Cozy Triple Bedrooms
  • 40 Cozy Double Rooms
  • 59 Cozy Twin Rooms
  • Rehat Massage & Reflexology is another oasis offering a full range of massages and beauty treatments.
  • Bella Italia Restaurant
  • Parking on Site


GrandMas Plus Hotel Legian

Jalan Sriwijaya No.368, Legian – Bali 80361
Tel: +62 361 754 149



GrandMas other two establishments in Bali are the GrandMas Airport and the GrandMas Seminyak.


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Thomas has a university background in the UK and in Latin America, with studies in Languages and Humanities, Culture, Literature and Economics. He started his Asian experience as a publisher in Krabi in 2005. Thomas has been editing local newspapers and magazines in England, Spain and Thailand for more than fifteen years. He is currently working on several projects in Thailand and abroad. Apart from Thailand, Thomas has lived in Italy, England, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain and Bali. He spends most of his time in Asia. During the years Thomas has developed a great understanding of several Asian cultures and people. He is also working freelance, writing short travel stories and articles for travel magazines. Follow Thomas on

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