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