Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
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It was now time for some relaxing before we got home so we stopped off at Bali for a few days. Paul had a skin cancer conference. We met up with friends Jess Maher and Pete Gianoulis at the swim up bar for some cocktails, what a better way to catch up. We then moved on to an Asian BBQ cook yourself for dinner.
Day two and Ashe got a …
We began our time in Bali at the beach - Nusa Dua Beach Resort to be exact. It is an old, beautiful beach resort, I think I may have heard it was the first resort (now there are 30 or so) on that part of Bali. The best part of the entire place was this basketball pool which was about 12 feet by 30 feet, and the water couldn't have been more than 2 …
We arrived late last night tired and overwhelmed but everything is looking up from here!!
The first leg of our trip to Seoul, Korea was great! The Air Canada staff was great, they seated us in the emergency exit row so we had a ton of room. The flight attendants continued to serve us wine and one of them even accused me for following him …
Once again the winds were too strong to surf, so Tom spent his morning arranging lodging for the last 5 days in Bali. We've decided to go Robinson Caruso style for the last 5 days and have booked a beach hut on Nusa Lembongan, an island a 30 minute speedboat ride from Bali. The toilets and showers are shared among the 10 huts. However, it does …
Some times back luck is the best kinda luck. When Tom got up to meet his surf guide at 6am he said "bro, i think it's too windy today. You might just go to WaterBom without the kids today." no surf for you!! At breakfast the idea was floated by the kids and you guessed it, 10:30 we were on our way to famous Kuta Beach and bali's finest (and only) …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
Great hotel ,Great staff,great managment
This is my 6th time in Bali,I used to stay at the Nikko but wanted a change this time so I stayed at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and I did not regret it.I was with my wife and daughter aged 7 months.The room was excellent with cot for the baby.The hotel grounds are a dream.The staff were really friendly and a big thank you to Ray Clark the assistant mgr who was allways helpfull and very proffesional,he is allways on the go to see that the guests are happy and the hotel is running smoothly.
We stayed in the Palace section at the end of February 2005, our second time in Bali. This is a wonderful hotel, with great food, a fine beach, very good location. The staff are excellent, always smiling and eager to assist, it obvious they enjoy working here.
This hotel was quite nice for the price. I imagine it would have been top class about 10 years ago. We stayed in a standard room which was just ok, great if you don't mind rooms being a bit old, personally, I prefer ultra modern, but all the faciitlies were there! The lobby and entrance is particularly pretty at night and it was really nice that it was right on the beach. We did, however visit the Westin when we were Nusa Dua, and if you don't mind paying a bit more, this is defintalty the best place to stay at Nusa Dua, in my opinion (mainly because it seemed to be the newest in Feb 2004). We went to the Nightclub at Nusa Dua Beach hotel, which was kind of tacky, but definatly a laugh! :) Breakfast here was lovely too, but we didn't eat at any of the other restaurants. I would recommend this hotel for families, but if you are looking for nightlife, I would stick to Legian/Kuta.
Wonderful place to stay!!!!
My wife and I spent our 10 year anniversary in Bali. The hotel was beautifully decorated. The lobby was impressive, and the staff were very friendly. We took advantage of the spa and we both received a great couple' s spa treatment. The hotel is situated away from the city center. I Highly recommend staying at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa!!!!
Fantastic holiday and will be back
My family have just returned from the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and absolutely loved it. Everything from the fantastic buffet breakfast (absolutely unbelievable), the beautiful grounds and the spa treatments was first class.
Having 2 children, we booked a Family room for 4, which has two interconnecting rooms and two bathrooms but is designed exclusively for families. It gave us plenty of room to move and was of a very high standard.
The hotel is only a short 5 minute walk to the village for a whole range of great restaurants, and 10 minutes by taxi to Kuta (for a total of AU$5). You really can't go past this hotel for a fantastic holiday.
I have stayed at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa three times in four years, and have never been dissapointed. It is in an excellent location, with great facilities, wonderful staff, beautiful rooms, gorgeous grounds. Being an ex travel agent, I highly recommend this resort to anyone. The spa/health centre is one of the best in Bali, with it's own beautiful 25 metre pool. The rooms have been recently refurbished, and look & feel fantastic. All the restaurants are of a high standard, with possibly the best breakfast available in Bali, within a wonderful lake/garden setting. I recommend to not pay the extra money to stay at the well known high profile hotels, as this hotel actually undercharges. Upon leaving, you will want to return.( I know this sounds like an advertisement, however, its all true).I have stayed at many 'resorts' in & around Bali and found this to be the best.
my husband and i spent our honeymoon in the ocean suite service was great and the staff were wonderful it was truly unforgetable(may2004) are checking out prices now to retun in march and we cant wait it was relaxation plus
My wife and I have just returned from a 2 week stay at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa. This was our second trip, the first was our honeymoon 4 years ago, so we knew that the hotel was a great place to stay.
My partner and I spent one week at this great resort. We like small places, which are hardly found in that part of Bali, so we booked ourselves in the Executive section, called Palace Club, at an extra charge which included additionnally to the secluded lounge, free breakfast, free High Tea, free Cocktail Time (incl. alcohol), and free soft drinks round the clock. All the food, choice and quality were absolutely amazing, and really, one could have dinner upon the cocktail dishes (prawns, scallops, ...), which some of the guests did. It really is a hotel within the hotel (private check-in, concierge, ...), which kept us away from the big crowd most of the time.
Although I am a student and thus a major budget traveller, I booked with the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa through a great air/land package. I have stayed at many hotels throughout the world and none of them can even come close to this hotel. The first thing you see after driving down the quiet streets of Nusa Dua's resort enclave is the beautiful front gate and fountain of the hotel. After getting out of the van, the open air lobby is so beautiful and just a taste of things to come. We booked a "superior" room which was not notably impressive (I guess after seeing the lobby, nothing was really going to live up to it!) although it was extremely clean, fresh smelling, and tastefully decorated. The hotel offers almost every amenity you would need, they even offer electricity adapters in case you need one. There are two beautiful pools- one made to look like a lagoon and one large pool. The large pool has a bar built into it so you can sit on little stone stools in the water and sip coconut mixed drinks right there in the pool. I thought that was pretty nice. The pools are very clean and there are many loungers around if you want to just lie down and enjoy the sun. The beach is just a short walk away but if you are going to Bali and expecting pristine aqua water, then you will be disappointed. Although the beaches at Nusa Dua are kept very clean, there is A LOT of seaweed and other things floating in the water. If you don't like things touching you while you swim, then your best bet is to just get one of the cushy towels the hotel provides and sit on a lounger. The undertow is nasty too, so watch your small children (or yourself for that matter).