Imagine enjoying sweeping panoramic views of the Indian Ocean at a brand new hotel and beach club on Bali’s famous Seminyak area. Check out Tropicola Bali, the venue has been years in the planning, with the first stage kicking off this month!
Bring your loved ones for an unforgettable Bali moment and try their beach club to get a tan, relax in the sun while trying their fun beverages as the music fills the air. Coming from the group behind Bali’s iconic Motel Mexicola and Bucket List on Sydney’s Bondi Beach, Tropicola offers you a beach club experience like no other.
BEACH CLUB. Located on one of the most well-known beachfront in Bali, Tropicola Beach Club features three bars sprawling over multiple levels, surrounding two pools and a wood fire open kitchen. Tropicola rises up from the beachfront in a riot of color and movement, with the touch of James Brown, the designer behind Motel Mexicola. Your family and kids must love the lively vibe of the joyful Tropicola!
RESTAURANT. When it comes to food, Tropicola doesn’t take it lightly. Chef Steve Skelly, responsible for the award-winning food at Mexicola, Da Maria, and Luigi’s Hot Pizza, has drawn upon his traveling experiences to create a menu anchored by woodfired grills, fresh seafood, grilled meats and simply handled vegetables. Enjoy the scrumptious great menus prepared beautifully and simply, in an environment purpose-built for lounging and grazing, day and night.
ROOFTOP BAR. Over the following year, the next stages will roll out, followed by a rooftop bar and event space with vast, uninterrupted views spanning from the Bukit Peninsula to the south all the way north to Tanah Lot. You and your family can celebrate the sun setting over the ocean every evening with trays of complimentary sunset drinks.
One-stop entertainment for island-living lovers. From the blue sky to the ocean, Tropicola covers all the best dining panorama.
Families and a group of friends.
The beach club is of course just the beginning! Over the course of the following year, Tropicola will also become a hotel—and an affordable one at that with rooms starting at US$100 a night. What a perfect family getaway on God’s Island!