Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort
What We Love
- A golf and spa resort, with breakfast, a green-fee discount, a yoga class and moreGazing over the Tanah Lot Temple as the sun descends – a magical experience
- Feasting on delicious Balinese dishes, made with ingredients actually grown on the resort, at the restaurant
- Treating your body as a temple at Nirwana Spa, where you get a discount
- Enjoying complimentary breakfast and various extras, like a green-fee discount, a yoga class and more
What To Know
- Hit the links at the award-winning 18-hole course was designed by Australian golf legend Greg Norman
- There are 13 temples dotting the property's manicured grounds
- Family-friendly: There's a kids club and water slides in one of the pools
- It's a 45-minute to an hour drive to/from the nearest airport
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
World-class golfing, indulgent spa sessions, rich cultural explorations… Choose your relaxation vice at the fabulous five-star Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort, and run with it. The TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner is set in a sprawling resort along the sweeping coastline of western Bali. Perched atop a cliff, to make the most of the truly breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and Tanah Lot Temple, it’s an idyllic retreat, promising to win the hearts of every type of traveler.
The décor is modern and elegant, with plenty of local style, so you never forget you’re on the Island of the Gods. The grounds are also outstanding. If you feel like practicing your swing, the award-winning golf course, in lush surroundings, offers the chance to play 18 holes, designed by Australian golf legend Greg Norman. Nirwana Spa is the perfect place to leave your troubles behind as you discover the tension-melting combination of traditional Balinese therapies and Western techniques, and the four-tier cascading swimming pools have amazing ocean views and even water slides, basketball nets and Jacuzzis.
Just slightly further afield, there’s a wealth of exclusive Bali experiences for you to enjoy. Discover some local spirituality with a temple walk, book a tour of the working rice paddies, or simply cycle through the surrounding villages and immerse yourself in Bali’s ancient way of life.
Deluxe Garden rooms cover a very generous 474 square feet and boast a king-size bed, living areas and a private balcony with tranquil views over the gardens. The décor is simple, yet elegant, with modern Balinese accents and luxurious features, such as 360-thread-count Egyptian-cotton bed linen and en-suite marble bathrooms with rain showers and separate tubs.
The full-service, eco-friendly Nirwana Spa combines traditional Balinese therapies with Western techniques and luxurious ingredients for a decadent pampering experience. The team can guide you through detoxification programs, offer advice on spiritual and dietary matters or simply help you unwind with holistic treatments.
There’s plenty of choice at the resort’s bars and restaurants, including its signature venue, Merica. Named after the Indonesian word for spice, its offers both private and casual settings for your meal; we recommend a cozy pavilion on the koi ponds or a table overlooking the Indian Ocean. The ingredients, such as rice, tomatoes, corn, chili, papaya and basil, are grown-on-site fresh, making this a great spot to enjoy quality modern Indonesian cooking. Highlights include traditional Balinese bebek goring (crispy duck) and lobster Thermidor.After, head to the Sunset Lounge to watch the sky change color over Tanah Lot Temple – best enjoyed while you sip on freshly mixed cocktails.
The luxury hotel sits on a sprawling resort in Tabanan, on Bali’s lush southwest coast, with plenty to offer in terms of nature, history and adventure. There are an impressive 13 temples in the resort grounds, including Tanah Lot Temple, which you can walk to in five minutes. The local area is packed with unique activities and experiences – go surfing at Echo Beach, visit the Artist Colony or Monkey Forest in Ubud, chill out at Lake Bratan or discover Balinese history at Mengwi Temple. For a wide choice of shops and restaurants, Seminyak is just a 15-minute drive. You’re also around an hour by car from the Ubud Art Center and Museum Gallery.