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Set on 200 metres of sublime sandy beach, with four swimming pools and beautiful tropical gardens, life is sweet at this laid-back resort. Add a kids’ club, spa, and five fantastic restaurants, and you’ve got everything you need for a blissful beach break.
With their private terraces overlooking the gardens, these rooms make the most of their tropical setting. Inside, you’ll find a kingsize bed with luxurious linens, deluxe bathroom with rainshower, and lots of authentic Balinese decoration – such as hand-carved furniture and unique artwork.
Your own little Balinese idyll, these rooms feature deep-soak bathtubs, private balconies and cosy sitting areas. As well as a welcome drink, Wi-Fi, and access to the gym and sauna, you’ll also receive a complimentary snap by the resort’s in-house photographer – a lovely memento of your trip.
Palace Club Lagoon Access Room
Upgrade to the Palace Club, and you can enjoy complimentary breakfasts throughout your stay, daily canapés and cocktails, and unlimited beverages at the Palace Club Lounge. All this, and a luxurious room overlooking the lagoon? Sign us up.
Palace Club Suite
From its exquisite painted ceiling to the hand-carved wooden doorways, you’ll love the artistic touches in this sumptuous suite. The private balcony overlooks the gardens, and the master bedroom (separate from the living room) boasts a beautiful kingsize bed.
Palace Club Lagoon Suite
Just when you thought the Palace Club couldn’t get any more opulent, along comes the Lagoon Suite. You can sink into its deep-soak tub, stretch out on the sun-kissed private balcony, and snooze in the oh-so comfortable kingsize bed. The location is top-notch too: mere steps from the gorgeous lagoon pool.
Additional room types available. Chat to your lovely Travel Consultant to find the perfect room to suit you, and let us tailor-make it easy.
Whichever room you book, your little ones can enjoy complimentary access to Gecko Kids’ Club – a friendly little haven offering activities for tots aged three to 12. Our experts love the locally-inspired dance classes, cooking workshops and storytelling – as well as face painting and beach games too. The resort has a dedicated kids’ pool, and most of the restaurants offer children’s menus. Babysitting services are available on request.
It’s great to see Balinese cuisine taking centre stage at Raja’s – a gorgeous open-air restaurant overlooking the gardens and pool. The menu is vast and varied (you could dine here every day of your holiday and never have the same dish twice) – with highlights such as seafood coconut curry, slow-roasted duck, and beef tenderloin in a creamy peanut sauce. For international bites, look to Tamarind – set in a spectacular thatched bamboo house beside the ocean. Its à la carte menu of grills and brasserie-style meals is sublime.
Ask our Flight Centre Concierge team about booking your restaurants in advance.
LIST OF RESTAURANTS:
- Tamarind Mediterranean Brasserie - Mediterranean
- Raja’s Balinese Cuisine - Balinese
- Maguro Asian Bistro - Asian
- Wedang Jahe - Breakfast
- Chess Bar - Light bites
Why we recommend Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
Craving relaxation? You’ve come to the right place. At Nusa Dua, each day starts with a coffee on your private balcony, overlooking the gardens or ocean – followed by a dip in the pool, breakfast overlooking a serene lotus pond, and perhaps even a traditional Balinese dance lesson. It’s hardly surprising to learn that presidents, prime ministers and royalty have retreated to this glorious hotel for some well-earned R&R: it’s a truly spectacular setting, blending five-star opulence with island-inspired artwork and soothing design. While the children make new friends at Gecko Kids’ Club, you can experience pampering perfection at Nusa Dua Spa (our experts love the traditional Balinese massages), where aromatic saunas, steam rooms and whirlpools await. Lunches are long and leisurely, with spectacular sea views from Tamarind’s beachfront location. It’s the perfect prelude to an afternoon stroll on the golden sands, or a Balinese weaving workshop. Feeling energetic? How about a round of golf at one of the four championship courses nearby, or an introduction to scuba diving at the resort’s main pool? In this holiday heaven you can do as much – or as little – as you like.