Melia Bali is one of the Nusa Dua’s many opulent resorts. There are enormous swimming pools as well as stately fountains. You can choose from a number of restaurants and on-site activities set on the beautiful grounds.
- 3:00 p.m. check in
- 12:00 p.m. check out
- Spa Services
- Restaurant in Hotel
- Wireless Internet
- Swimming Pool
- Free Breakfast
Sail around the Nusa Dua bay on the catamaran, or head to the sand for some beach volleyball. You can explore more of the Bukkit Peninsula with trips to the beaches on the opposite coast as well as the Uluwatu Temple. The temple is a popular place for visitors to see traditional dances and to see the sun set over the water. While you’re in this area, visit the seaside town of Jimbaran to try some of the area’s fresh seafood.
Visit the spa for signature foot therapies, which are designed to improve your circulation. Besides the 24-hour gym, you can choose from lots of ways to stay active — check out the tennis and badminton courts as well as a jogging track. Guests can also spend time swimming and wading in the lagoon-style swimming pool. For more family-friendly fun, check out the table tennis and oversized chess board.
The hotel is designed to be a fun spot for families. The spa even has options for kids, like kiddie mani/pedis and hair braiding. There’s also a babysitting service available as well as a kid’s center and a playground.
Rooms here are designed to look completely modern with sleek furniture, including a sofa. The windows look out over the pool or the gardens. Every room comes with a private bathroom equipped with a hair dryer. Help yourself to the coffee and tea-making facilities and check out what’s playing on the flat-screen satellite TV. Each room comes with a safety deposit box that’s large enough for your laptop, and any other valuables you’d like to store.
You can take advantage of the resort’s laundry and dry cleaning service. There are conveniences like a business center as well as a money exchange. Business travelers make use of the enormous conference room, which has enough room for 400 people, which comes with audiovisual equipment. Guests can access the Wi-Fi anywhere throughout the resort.
There’s a Spanish restaurant that focuses on tapas and a long selection of wines. In the main lobby, you can visit a spacious Japanese restaurant. Head to the beachside restaurant to try international dishes like pizza and sandwiches. Night owls can take advantage of the options on offer at the 24-hour restaurant and coffee shop. Sip a drink at the lobby bar in a contemporary setting, which also has a selection of snacks and desserts.