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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 4240 Reviews
Family Wedding Getaway
Reviewed 2 days ago

Our recent stay in Conrad Bali was superb. Probably the best beach resort I personally experienced. The room was a king size bedroom. Large enough to accommodate two adults and two children without additional beds - very clean, comfortable, nicely decorated and covered our needs. The only frustrating part is I had to request housekeeping daily additional bath towels for my children.

Thumbs up to Conrad transportation and concierge services. They were able to entertain all my requests professionally. Reception staff need to improve. Our keycard was not working and we requested for replacement cards. Instead, the reception staff was enquiring about our incidental charges instead of replacing our cards. We already had deposit with the hotel and one more night before checking out. That was an unpleasant experience. Overall, all the staff members were professional and pleasant.

I recommend this beach resort if you want to be in Nusa Dua area.

Lovely hotel with sea views
Reviewed 3 days ago

Right on the beach but not far from the port and airport. We stayed a few days before and after a cruise. Really top notch service, lovely staff, classy place with lots of courtyards and water features. Limited number of food outlets for such a big hotel though. Very nice Asian and international food at main restaurant. Excellent breakfast with amazing selection. Japanese restaurant very nice too but quite a distance from main hotel, takes about 10 mins or so to walk there! Swimming Pools are huge! Indonesian dancers at the main restaurant on Friday evenings are nice to watch.

Disappointing but at least the pools were open
Reviewed 4 days ago

I booked this hotel last November to celebrate my 60th Birthday (we stayed 6th to 8th September), at the time of booking our Travel Agent was not told about the major refurbishment (nor subsequently) so it was only on reading the reviews on Trip Advisor that I found out about it. I got my Travel Agent to find out what was happening a couple of months ago and they were told the refurbishment work would be finished by the end of August and would not affect our stay. We decided to risk it hoping that perhaps we would therefore be in a newly refurbished room.

Well the main pool and lagoon pool were back in use but 8 degrees South restaurant was still closed. Construction work was still going on. When we checked in we were told that the two main blocks were still under refurbishment but it became clear during our stay that people were in the first of the refurbished blocks.

Given that I booked so far in advance for a special occasion we might have perhaps expected to receive one of the new rooms or at least been given the opportunity to upgrade. In fact they did not acknowledge my birthday at all not even a bowl of fruit despite being told on several occasions that it was a special occasion. The room we were given was very tired and definitely in need of refurbishment.

On a positive note the breakfast spread was incredible with more things than you could possibly imagine. The area around the main pool was nice so long as you ignored the old drilling or hammering noise.

This hotel in its present condition is definitely not 5 star so very disappointing for me. I recommend that you avoid until the refurbishment is actually complete.

A great experience overall, with some minor issues here and there
Reviewed 5 days ago

We read good things about the Conrad Bali and were excited to try it out for ourselves. Overall a great experience so we want to thank the team for all their hard work! Just a few minor suggestions to round it up.

This property is massive and has 3 main wings, the suites wing and 5 villas. The main wings are surrounded by the lagoon pool which is enormous and there’s a main pool which is squarish and flanked by fountains. There’s even a small pool at the spa which was very crowded before the main pool opened on 5 Sep. This is probably the largest hotel I’ve stayed in Bali.

We were upgraded to a Conrad suite from a resort view room as Hilton Diamond members. It’s a very nice gesture and started the stay off on a nice note. The suite is spacious, albeit minimally decorated. My favourite part was the bathroom and dressing room, which was very classy. The mattress itself was disappointingly thin and unpadded. The DVD player didn’t work when we tried to play something from USB, but maybe it was just our lack of ability to figure it out.

There’s a beautiful executive lounge at the suites wing. I would have liked the lounge to be manned by staff who could process front-desk issues instead of having to walk all the way to the main lobby about 10 minutes away. In addition, the computer terminals at the lounge could not be logged into. But the cocktails and Balinese wine the lounge served more than made up for this fact.

Afternoon tea at RIN was nice because of the wide drink selection. Breakfast was also at RIN and was sumptuous.

Jiwa spa was adequate with hot/cold tubs, sauna and steam room for those going for treatment. Prices are very steep for Bali; SoSpa at the Sofitel nearby was comparatively cheaper and was running massive 50% off promos even for non-guests.

We were given a letter with a list of Diamond benefits at the resort. One of them was a discount off laundry. And then we read the directory that said that Conrad suites guests will enjoy unlimited laundry. So I dialled guest services to ask and the man on the phone told me that we could get unlimited laundry as well. When I asked again if it was unlimited complimentary laundry, he confirmed it. So we sent a pack of clothes off for laundry. It came back the next late morning with a bill on it, so I called again to enquire. The laundry manager called me back and said that because we were upgraded we did not enjoy the benefits of the suites. This actually made me quite upset. Because I precisely called and checked before sending it off. But all eventually went well after the manager agreed to waive it in principle.

So all in all, we have been blessed to have good weather and kind staff help make this stay memorable. After writing the gripes here, only good memories prevail, and I’ll definitely be back (hence, the 5 stars)...

Silver anniversary celebration
Reviewed 7 days ago

Conrad Bali is an excellent place to spend time with your family and loved ones. The staff are courteous and helpful. Location, location, and location. Beautiful ocean view facilities for leisure time with families and friends. Come and see!