What We Love
- Villas come with private current-controlled swimming pools
- Afternoon tea at Living Room or The Lounge with free-flowing wine
What To Know
- Request a staff-driven golf cart to avoid getting lost in the labyrinth of villas
- Smoking is not permitted, indoors or out, within your villa compound
- In-room WiFi is an additional fee per day
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set within lush gardens inspired by Balinese rice fields, Mulia Villas’ vast open-air lobby gives way to a curling stairway that leads down to an exclusive, guests-only library, lounge and restaurant. Quirky artworks decorate the walls and budding orchids dot the exquisite wood stained tables and shelves. Although the villas are part of the mammoth Mulia resort complex, this intimate retreat feels very much like a private hideaway. The 108 villas are scattered around the gardens and feature spacious yards with stepping stones leading to thatch-canopied seating areas and private, current-controlled pools. Indoors, vaulted ceilings frame chunky furniture in green, bronze and gold, and a luxe bathroom with a rainfall shower behind a frosted glass door. Guests can also lather up in a discreet outdoor shower, or soak in the two-person Jacuzzi. Brit-based Aromatherapy Associates amenities are provided for an indulgent, spa-like experience. Equipped with a juice bar, hydrotherapy pools, an ice room, and color-, music- and aromatherapy saunas and steam rooms, Mulia Spa is not your typical day spa. The treatment list is traditional though and offers an indulgent selection of Balinese massages. Guests have access to the the Lounge, which encompasses a cozy library and an intimate dining room, and for evening entertainment head to ZJ’s Bar & Lounge, Nusa Dua’s only nightclub.
In the Area
Nusa Dua, an enclave of high-end beach resorts, is home to three popular surf spots — one of which is within walking distance of the Mulia. Nearby Uluwatu attracts surfers from around the globe, while Kuta is lined with boutique shops. No trip to Bali is complete without an afternoon in the village of Ubud, about an hour from Nusa Dua. You’ll find museums, boutiques and painters’ studios, as well as locally made handicrafts and unique gifts at the Pasar Seni market.
How to Get There
We had a wonderful stay at Mulia Villas, couldn’t fault a thing.
Wonderful location, fabulous food, amazing villa & impeccable service.
Thank you to all the fantastic team at Mulia Villas for making this an experience of a lifetime!
My husband and I stayed at the mulia villas for five nights in early December. The experience was superb. We loved everything about the resort. The villa was well equipped, clean, private, quiet and spacious. The pool and garden fantastic. The resort itself is spectacular, clean, lush, well cared for and quite beautiful. The food was great. We ate in five of the dining options and also the living room and lounge. The breakfasts were great as were the afternoon teas each day. The Sunday brunch in Soleil was excellent. Lastly, all the above made our experience an incredible one but for us the real asset of the mulia are the staff. EVERY staff member was polite, friendly, warm and hospitable. The staff in the lounge and living room were exceptional. The staff taking you from place to place via buggy were amazingly friendly and helpful. From the moment we checked in to our very late departure we felt cared for and welcome. We have traveled a lot and this stay was right up there in our best experiences. We would love to mention and thank everyone for their kindness and superb customer service but the list would be too long but a special mention to Harry at the villas for his kindness and support on our last day after a very delayed flight. It was very much appreciated, thank you.
To anyone thinking about traveling to Bali and unsure where to stay, do yourself a favour and indulge, the mulia is a wonderful experience and destination.
The moment we arrived at the Mulia Villas for my wife’s 50th surprise was just the ultimate getaway ! The villa was amazing , the staff couldn’t do enough for us ! They surprised my wife on her birthday at breakfast with cake and all sang happy birthday to her. Even back at our private villa after breakfast we were greeted with another happy birthday with our butler and staff singing happy birthday ! We dined at all the restaurants in the whole Mulia complex and can not fault the quality of the food and the service ! The staff and our private butlers made us feel very special and relaxed through our stay ! The grounds at the Mulia are immaculate and we rate the Mulia above 5 star and have no hesitation in recommending and will return as soon as we can ❤️ Darren and Mary
Absolutely loved it , couldn’t fault .
Room was beautiful, garden and own pool was amazing , staff were so friendly and very polite .
The complex is just amazing , our butler would pick us up in a buggy and take us within the complex to bars , restaurants etc.
Food was fantastic, lots of restaurants to choose from, breakfast and afternoon tea was brilliant.
Very sad to leave after seven days . If I could could give more stars I would , I rate The Mulia much more than 5 star.
Can’t wait to go back.
We spent 5 nights in the Villa with garden view.
The villas: When you go to stay in a resort like Mulia, I think you are not planning to go out and explore a lot. You would expect to stay in the privacy enjoy the room and tend not to leave the room and the hotel. The bed in the villa is really comfortable. You wouldn't mind staying there for 5 days and nights. The whole villa is huge, 5xx sqm, you have your own garden and swimming pool. There is lots of space. The swimming pool is clean. We are facing east, so the pool got to heat up in the morning, the best timing to dip into the pool is after midday. The outdoor rain bath is perfect after swimming in the pool. The only thing about the room is the light. If you need to sleep in dark and sunlight is an issue affecting your sleeping. It might be an issue coz the room got to light up as the sun rises.
The resort: this is the largest resort in Bali, it includes the Mulia, Mulia resort and Mulia villas, this place is huge. Highly recommend to get the butler to take you around the resort in the first day, so you know how big the resort is. As a guest of Mulia Villas, you can feel the privilege.
Food: a thumb up to all the restaurant in Mulia, I mean all the restaurants. Foods are in high quality, ppl are really nice. If you have food allergies, you have all the care you need, it's more than you expected. We are being well taken care of. I will say their catering team is the best team I've ever seen so far. They are so well trained. Amazing!!
If you take your kid with you, here is a note for you: kids over 8 years old is no longer a kid here!! They can't go to kid's club, they don't get kid's price at restaurants. So pls be noted. However, they are not old enough to go to the gym yet. 😛
We had the BBQ in the villa, yes it is very worthy, but it's super big portion, we have two adult and one 9 years old, we ordered two adults portion but we still can't finish all the food. 😛 it's very worth it in one way or it's too much food. The experience is actually very nice. They will send ppl to your villa set up the BBQ place in the afternoon, then there is one waiter and one chef will come and serve you for the night. They even bring music to you. A very good experience!!