4.5
Very Good 4183 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Award-winning Jiwa Spa, including a men’s treatment menu
  • Moonlit strolls and swims on the hotel’s 1,000-foot long stretch of sand
  • Rubber turtles swap in for the signature Conrad duckies in the bathtubs
  • Activities galore: educational (Balinese dance, language lessons), land-lubbing (tennis, cycling) and soaking wet (parasailing, wakeboarding)

What To Know

  • WiFi is free in public areas but is available for a fee in rooms
  • Free on-site secured parking
  • The kid-averse should book a Conrad Suites room; the private pool there only allows those over 12

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Large, family-friendly luxury resort maximizes its swath of sand with a mega roster of activities

In the Area

Calm waters, sandy beaches and high-end hotels — not to mention three manned security check-points — have established Nusa Dua as a purpose-made tourist-friendly enclave. Pantai Geger offers especially calm waters and maintains some local character. Aside from the ubiquitous watersports, a 7 km footpath connects Ayoda Resort north along the water almost to the top of the Tanjung Benoa spur, passing two spits with temples along the way. Pasifika Museum is an incisive cultural eye on the arts in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, offering paintings by Gaugin and plenty of wood and stone artifacts.

In the Area

Calm waters, sandy beaches and high-end hotels — not to mention three manned security check-points — have established Nusa Dua as a purpose-made tourist-friendly enclave. Pantai Geger offers especially calm waters and maintains some local character. Aside from the ubiquitous watersports, a 7 km footpath connects Ayoda Resort north along the water almost to the top of the Tanjung Benoa spur, passing two spits with temples along the way. Pasifika Museum is an incisive cultural eye on the arts in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, offering paintings by Gaugin and plenty of wood and stone artifacts.

How to Get There

Conrad Bali
Jalan Pratama 168
Nusa Dua, 80363 Indonesia

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 4183 Reviews
Fantastic hotel..
Reviewed 3 days ago

We stayed at Conrad for two weeks, going home June 10th. We also stayed at the hotel 8 years ago and we enjoyed it as much now as then. It will even be better when renovation is completed, but we didnt have any disturbance of it ongoing. Stayed at Conrad suites and enjoyed a quiet breakfast at Rin and evening cocktails in executive lounge. All staff fantastic, always with a smile and happy to make your stay great. Pool at spa quiet and nice, beach great but a bit windy. Thank you for a wonderful stay, everybody at Rin an lounge, Rai, Juni and all of you! We hope to be able to come back again.

Great Family Vacation
Reviewed 7 days ago

We stayed on the Luxury Escapes deal in July 2018 in a suite. As a family of 5 the suite was a good value alternative to booking 2 normal rooms. 2 queen beds in bedroom plus one child on the sofa. The rooms were modern, furnished with light timber details all in good condition. Bedding was firm, which is how I like it. The deal also included a few extras including 2 hours of cocktails each evening. The service on the cocktails was slow, which may have been a good thing?! The renovations were not a problem at all as they were confined to the other end of the hotel and were all discretely fenced off. It actually made the hotel more intimate, with only about 30 people at breakfast at any time and we got to know several of the other families staying there. The main pool was closed and the hotel managed the 2 open restaurants and 2 open pools by making one of each of them adults only, which makes us feel better that our children aren't disturbing any adults without families. There is a very nice wedding chapel and weddings were hosted every Friday and Saturday evening, several with fireworks on the beach which we enjoyed. An added bonus was the kids eat free deal, which was not advertised. It meant that we could feed the whole family lunch by the pool or dinner in the restaurant for about AUD$30. Excellent value.

Good hotel but...
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's the Conrad, so a certain amount of luxury is expected. It didn't disappoint for most parts, with beautiful grounds and views. However, I felt that it was lacking in charm--with so many gorgeous, charming accommodation available in Bali, this hotel just seems a little "blah". However, I would still recommend it for travellers with young kids or old folks, as it is indeed comfortable.

Our Dream Wedding
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had an absolutely wonderful wedding at the property (mind you that we add a LOT of extras, including decoration, band, etc etc for the event, and thank God it went beyond perfect. To conrad credit is their beautiful chapel and lush ocean garden, other than that.. i cant say its their credit. We stayed in their suite.. and although its spacious, its really outdated for me and their

Very disappointed
Reviewed 1 week ago

After staying at the Anantara in Uluwatu, I can definitely say that the Conrad doesn’t live up to all the other reviews I have read on here. Firstly the check in was slow and we weren’t met with friendly faces, the receptionist appeared stuck up. We stayed in an ocean view double room however I was not impressed when I entered the room. It was really small and compact. Upon entry we could hear a hammer banging from upstairs and I immediately asked the porter what that noise is, he appeared to be ignoring it and was ready to leave until I stopped him. He then said he will call and find out. It was still going on for another 10 minutes then I decided to call Reception and a few minutes later we heard someone shout something abrupt from above in anger and then the thudding stopped. Ridiculous!! So now we had some peace and queit. The hotel itself is beautiful however not as clean as you would expect. There was dust on the lampshades, above the bed and our fruit platter has flies crawling all over it, that we had to call reception twice to come and take it away. Breakfast was okay at the Spice restaurant however I will mention breakfast at the Rim (Conrad Suites) a little later. One evening we returned to the room and there was drilling and banging going on upstairs and I filmed it on my phone and went straight to reception to complain. They immediately said they will move us to a suite much to our delight. The suite is wonderful and spacious however we weren’t provided with all the suite amenities such as the Free shopping bag, no shower cap and no loofah. I’m expecting if you are moved to a suite you should have the same privelages because of the bad experience? We went to the breakfast area located on 1st floor and there was very little choice. No bread, hardly any juices and hardly any fruit. Very very limited, the choice in spice was so much better. Me and my husband ordered omelettes which took 20 minutes to arrive and we had to ask one of the waiters where it is, and he was being very rude to my husband who is hard of hearing. He was a bold guy, in his 40’s. I said to him there is no bread and he walked off with a smug look on his face. When he gave us our omelettes he put the plate on the table and flicked his hand in a rude manner as to say “here, take it”. I was very shocked by this stupidity and I can’t shake off how angry this service has made me. A lot of the hotel is under construction so everyone is cramped into one pool and there’s a lot of kids, not a relaxing holiday or luxurious if that’s what you’re expecting.

Very disappointed, will not be recommending this hotel and will not be coming here again. The Anantara in Uluwatu was 10000 better than this and me and my husband wished we stayed there for the rest of our stay.

Also the photographer is very rude. He will try and force you to buy all the photos for millions of rupees, even if you don’t want them or don’t like them - he still forces you to buy it and then got aggressive saying what’s the point etc. Maybe we didn’t like the photos ?!

Very, very angry and disappointed, our stay in Bali has been ruined by this hotel