In 2002, Bali was devastated by bombings that took place in Kuta, Legian's neighbouring district. You can visit the Memorial Wall, a heartfelt and sobering memorial to the 200-plus locals and visitors who were killed in the attack. The Memorial Wall is a stunning structure and quite unique to the... more »
If you walk far enough down Kuta Beach you'll notice the thinning of crowds and an absence of artificial noise. This marks the beginning of Legian Beach, known as one of Bali's quieter and more peaceful coastlines where you're more likely to hear the surf than your fellow visitors' voices... more »
The Stones Hotel is centrally located in the vibrant little metropolis of Legian, a 20-minute drive from Denpasar airport.
The resort is within walking distance of Garlic Street and the sleek Kuta fashion haven – the Beachwalk Shopping Centre – which is home to Zara, Gap, Mango and others. Kuta Central is a 20-minute walk away. [...]