The St. Regis Bali Resort

Address: Kawasan Pariwasata, Nusa Dua, Bali, 80363, Indonesia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Kawasan Pariwasata, Nusa Dua, is near Pura Tanah Lot, Nusa Dua Beach, Jimbaran Bay, and Tirta Gangga.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe St. Regis Bali Resort Nusa Dua

      Reviewed by ed411

      St. Regis Resort Bali

      Reviewed Mar 16, 2013
      by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

      My wife and I would highly recommend this resort. They saved us at least 1 1/2 hrs when we got to Bali by having a person at the airport get our visas, and get us through immigration and customs. They picked us up at the airport and made arrangements to get us back on time.
      Service and food at the resort was great to say the least. With the attention paid to us by Carlos and his staff we have no complaints.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by lily34

      the best breakfast ever

      Reviewed Aug 1, 2010
      by (3 reviews) Jakarta , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

      arrived at noon, and being served with great crew.. staying at a good place always cheer people up.. and they have the best breakfast ever.. steak, lobster, etc.. great food, good people and fantatstic sea view..

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews The St. Regis Bali Resort Nusa Dua

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Nusa Dua

      Bali: The Yin and Yang - A Country of Dichotomy

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Dec 18, 2014

      9 comments, 12 photos

      ... to clean the beach with the girls. We fill four bags to full. The girls leave and I rake the beach for another hour. After the work day has ended, the locals come to bathe in the ocean, to play with their children and relax; when they leave, garbage lines the beach. The locals don't seem to see that such behaviour threatens their birthright, the thing that could potentially change the nature of the tourism in this part of the country. We will not ever return, solely because ...

      Kuta Beach

      A travel blog entry by fernweh.fervor on Sep 04, 2014

      10 photos

      ... dump I've ready about. Gentle waves, white sand and locals offering surf lessons every few steps. I found the art market full of neat carvings, incense and clothing. A seafood restaurant with tanks of live snapper, lobster, skate and giant prawns. My afternoon was spent back at the hotel relaxing at the pool and an Indonesia BBQ party. The live music turned out to be bad karaoke but the chicken satay was excellent. Wayan the bar tender makes a very refreshing lime crush and it was ...

      The Next Stop...

      A travel blog entry by thereisnoplan on Apr 05, 2014

      5 photos

      We were up, packed and in reception to check out. Whilst settling the bill, the driver of the taxi we had ordered for 10am called the resort to ask for directions - just another indicator of how out-of-the-way Bali Masari is. At around 10:30 we were finally on our way from Sukawati to Nusa Dua, where Nay had secured a great industry discount for the 4.5-star Mantra Hotel before leaving her job at Expedia. We are slowly easing our way into the ...

      Peaceful Ubud

      A travel blog entry by matt_nien on Mar 25, 2014

      145 photos

      ... around in and there are just so many monkeys. Some of them have learnt that ...

      Marine life beyond expectations!

      A travel blog entry by smilerontour on Feb 09, 2014

      43 photos

      ... Bali I was faced with some nice looking hotels around Denpasar and Sanur, but these were often surrounded by shacks, slums and wasteland. On Nusa Lembongan, the streets of Jungut Batu were lined with shacks, some of which doubled as pretty basic shops, minimal stocks of crisps, drinks, and essentials sitting on old, dusty shelving units. These were scenes that I associated more with poor areas of India, rather than the vision of paradise that most of us picture when we think about ...