- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM458 (up to RM934 value)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for RM668 (up to RM1,401 value)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for RM868 (up to RM1,867 value)
Hotel at a Glance
Tucked conveniently within the pocket of lush forests that intermingles between Nusa’s coastal edge and the bordering gravel road circuitry, your host beckons stays amid a sheltered dwelling easily reachable from the Ngurah Rai Airport which lies within a 10km drive. Forested ridges ascend up from the neighbouring shores of Geger Beach, leading trails into a zig-zagged courtyard trailing the core of a distinctively Balinese emporium, tinged with the local flair of pagoda-inspired suites arrayed on either side. A glance below the main walkway proffers a tranquil vista of a shaded swimming pool, shooting through from the main complex while a garlanding of draping vines and poolside branches offer further aquatic solace within the airy domain. Sauntering into the restful complex of villas, guests find the inner space replete with smooth caramel tones tinging the dwelling’s walls and wooden profusions adding depth to the room’s otherwise fluttering white wash of luminescent marble and billowy cloth-laden beds. Adjoined to the room’s outer vista, a secluded balcony provides private bouts of mellow rest as the platform comes fitted with siesta-ready day-beds, letting one have their fill of recuperation amid dusking skies, in preparation for the nocturnal tide of excursions.
- Satiate holiday pangs of hunger at your host’s Rasa Restaurant, where a smorgasbord of meals make their entrance along buffet splays while select à la carte dishes make appearances within their cafe-centric portion of culinary offerings, drawing inspiration from both Indonesian and Western influences with an addition of their proprietary twist of modernity.
- Nurture the body and mind’s vitality with therapeutic services on offer at the Hotel’s Chakra spa and Wellness Centre, where expert therapists tend to fatigued bods with an array of traditional essences and know-how infused with modern proficiency; ideal for sessions of restoration after pumping bouts of exercise and perspiration within the Hotel’s fitness centre.
- 51 sqm room
- 1 King-sized bed
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults OR 2 adults with 1 child aged 11 and below per room. Third guest subject to additional charges
- Includes private balcony with day-bed
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Chakra spa and Wellness Centre
- Gym and fitness centre
- Shuttle bus services
- Airport transfer
- Car rental
- Restaurant and bar
- Children’s recreation and babysitting services
- Laundry services
- Complimentary Wi-Fi access
Add-Ons (payable to Hotel)
- Stay with extra bed with breakfast for third adult: IDR300,000 per person per night
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for child aged 2 – 11: IDR150,000 per proom per night
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for infant aged below 2: Free of charge
Nusa Dua, Bali: What to see and do
Travellers to the scenic isle of Bali are often drawn to Nusa Dua, a peninsula on the eastern side of the island well known for its beaches, luxurious accommodation, and rich culture. Wade in the sun-warmed waters of Pantai Geger, a long strip of sandy beach bordered by coral reefs off the coast that offer protection against the hammering of the waves, resulting in a gentle seaside suitable for families and children. After that, venture to the edge of the peninsula to see a rock formation known as ‘Water Blow’ where waves pummel against the cliffs, creating a spray of white foam that is a sight to behold.
There are many activities that you can do here; water sports like scuba diving, jet-skiing, and parasailing are available, glass-bottomed boats can be chartered to take you to sea, and the Bali National golf Club has an 18-hole course set in a landscape that matches the island’s distinct features. Art lovers will enjoy a trip to Museum Pasifika, a museum where you can view the beauty of Bali through an artist’s eye from traditional sculptures, tribal artefacts, and international artwork. End your travels with the memory of watching Devdan – Treasure of the Archipelago, a 90-minute performance which plays at the Bali Nusa Dua Theatre four days a week and summarises the island’s culture through storytelling, dance, and acrobatics.