Welcome to Santrian
Santrian Group is a locally owned company that spans three generations of a respected Balinese family. The group has an extensive range of hospitality ventures under its corporate banner that are primarily based in the charming coastal village of Sanur. They include a combination of exclusive resorts and popular restaurants that anticipate the needs of seasoned travellers visiting the island of Bali.
Griya Santrian together with sister property Puri Santrian are strategically positioned by the beach at opposite ends of Sanur tourist strip. Both offer modern Balinese accommodation options supported by essential lifestyle facilities. They are defined by a design concept that showcases Balinese creative spirit and respect the surrounding environment.
Located on the picture-perfect beach of Tanjung Benoa in Bali's southern shores, The Royal Santrian is a sophisticated retreat for couples seeking absolute privacy. Accommodation is the epitome of tropical luxury and extends to a collection of 22 contemporary Balinese villas set within a landscaped garden.
The Village is a stylish Sanur restaurant known for its authentic Italian menu highlighted by classic pasta dishes and wood-oven pizzas. Right next door is Soya Cafe, a relative newcomer to the area that delights diners with its refreshing take on Japanese fusion cuisine. For a more laid-back dining experience, Arena is a casual pub where comfort food and live music can be enjoyed every night of the week.
Removed from the lively pace of mainstream tourism, The Village Home is a boutique Balinese guesthouse located just north of Sanur in the neighbouring area of Padang Galak. It features 10 well-appointed rooms and supporting facilities encompassed within a tropical compound elevated high over an estuary that flows out to the nearby sea. This small but exclusive property is a comfortable transit hotel for island hoppers as well as visitors seeking a stylish place to stay on a limited budget.
Another hospitality-related venture under the Santrian banner is Seawalker. This is a fun activity that enables visitors to venture to the bottom of the ocean wearing water-resistant clear helmets fed with oxygen for normal breathing. It is a great way for non-divers to explore Bali’s rich marine ecosystem and interact with tropical fish.
Committed to sustainable tourism growth that involves preserving the island’s rich cultural heritage and its artistic traditions, Santrian Group provides enriching experiences that are totally unique to Bali.