4.5
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What We Love

  • A balcony or terrace with every room
  • Twice-weekly yoga classes in a bale (Balinese pavilion) by the beach
  • A full-service spa with men’s and women’s steam rooms, saunas, Jacuzzis and plunge pools; a lap pool; and a spa café

What To Know

  • The Deluxe rooms are on the smallish side, at about 370 square feet
  • There’s a strong focus on destination weddings
  • Airport transfers are available, starting from $25 for a minivan

Amenities

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

A rambling resort oasis, with 382 rooms set in a 23 acres of tropical gardens on the beautiful Nusa Dua Peninsula

The Lowdown

Built in 1983 but refreshed by a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2011, the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa is one of Bali’s longest-running resorts, and has played host to royalty and international dignitaries. Its 382 rooms retain their Balinese heritage—as seen in the beautifully carved teak doors—but have modern conveniences like flatscreen televisions and WiFi. The spa was a pioneer among spas on the island, and still has an extensive array of water features and treatment menu that emphases traditional healing rituals. The resort complex is also home to five restaurants and four bars, offering international, Western, Balinese and Indonesian cuisines.

In the Area

The resort is located on the southern part of Bali, just a 15-minute drive from the international airport and within easy reach of many of the island’s cultural and natural attractions. Historical sites include the temple at Tanah Lot, which is especially beautiful at sunset; Klungkung Palace, once the home of the oldest Balinese kingdom; and Tenganan, one of the original Aga villages, where people still live as they did centuries ago. For more contemporary entertainment, the Bali Collection shopping and dining complex is a five-minute drive away. And for watersports enthusiasts, Tanjung Benoa offers everything from scuba diving to wake boarding.

How to Get There

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua
Nusa Dua, 80363 Indonesia

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 5799 Reviews
Still our favourite hotel
Reviewed 8 hours ago

This is the 5th time we have stayed here and if anything it keeps getting better and better. This is one of the first big hotels to be built on the peninsula and it have beautiful gardens and lots of Balinese charm. We always stay in a Palace Club room as the Palace Club is one of the nicest Club facilities we have stayed in. It might not be the swankiest but its staff are really exceptional, many are very long serving and almost treat you as family, they are amazing. The Club itself is open to the beautiful gardens, large pond and has starched linen table cloths. Breakfast is a combination of self serve items but also you can order from a menu and the very helpful staff will bring it to your table.

The rooms are clean, reasonably spacious and have aircon that works! I can thoroughly recommend the hotel, we will continue to come back, it’s like home away from home.

Beautiful and Relaxing
Reviewed 18 hours ago

Nausa Dua Beach Spa hotel is a place to visit. It's traditional and very comfortable. Rooms, Beds hotel spotless, breakfast amazing. Staff were friendly and very helpful. Hotel is in a great location with beautiful clean beaches.

Nusa dua beach resort
Reviewed 24 hours ago

Personally I wouldnt rate this as a 5 star hotel, and I have visited a few. It may be because of the outdated decor, but probably is just my personal experience. Prices for anything , food, drinks etc are indeed 5 star , the beach and the sea is not what we expected, low tide in the afternoon and murky water( not under hotel control), they do their best to clean the beach. Dont understand why someone would go and spend their whole vacation in Bali in Nusa Dua area, we stayed there towards the end of our trip and we have regreted. Overall is a decent hotel, feels like a all inclusive resort without the all inclusive, you have to pay for everything.
Oh and is a pork free hotel, so be warned, lol.

Relaxing Resort with Peaceful Options for Adults
Reviewed 2 days ago

My Husband and I had a wonderful week here. We chose to upgrade to the Palace Club to have a Peaceful holiday away from Children. We love kids, but on holidays we appreciate options to have time away in areas for Adults only. Thankfully this resort respects this, maintaining the Palace Club and Lagoon Rooms and Spa area for Adults only.
Beds are comfortable and rooms are cool. The staff are friendly and extremely helpful. The gardens are extensive and beautiful. The beach is easily accessible and clean. There are several options for drinks and eating.
This resort has maintained traditional Balinese decor and service. The areas that have been upgraded since my last stay have been done in a very tasteful manner.
We will definitely return to stay and enjoy the service of the friendly staff in the Palace Club.

Really relaxing beach holiday
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great hotel with fabulous access to lovely beach. Really friendly staff, very good room standard and beach front location all contributed to a wonderfully relaxed holiday. Excellent shops and restaurants within 15 minute walk (or hotel shuttle bus) adds to the experience and the food in the on-site restaurants is great as well.