Idyllically situated amidst luxuriant greenery close to Nusa Dua Beach, this hotel is the ideal choice for a beach holiday. Close to the shopping area and within easy driving distance of Ngurah Rai International Airport, guests will find themselves at the heart of it all, yet a world away. Boasting pristine white sandy beaches, rolling waves and lush greenery it is the perfect retreat for those who want to experience unequivocal luxury and relaxation. Offering an outdoor area with a lagoon style pool, massage and health treatments and delightful dining options, guests are ensured a memorable stay. The rooms have a combination of light and warm colours that create a cosy and welcoming atmosphere making visitors’ experience the best one.
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1st time my stay at this hotel, tho it's quite an old hotel, but the room and surroundings feels so homey and warm to stay. The staff are also very welcome, helpful, and friendly to guests. breakfast, though it's not so many selections during this pandemic, but taste is quite good, and I do love the outdoor, beach bar location..so soothing, so comfy, and yes..we prefer outdoor location. Only need some minor maintenance in the bathroom. Overall..meet my satisfaction.
Even though the building is quite old but they are all well maintained. Staff are friendly. Kids love the carnival events every weekend and also the marshmallow on the beach every night at 6pm...
We also enjoy biking around nusa dua using their provided bicycle.
We stayed at Melia Bali for 4 nights in lagoon access room. Beautiful hotel with nice surroundings. The room was very clean, nice, and comfy bed...
The service was excellent, friendly and helpfull staff. My kids love the marshmallow time and the kids club. The breakfast was great. Nice pool with warm water. Cons, the jet spray in the toilet too short. Will definitely come back to Melia Bali!
Overall great service! Pak Alep helps me a lot during archery session, kayak, and cycling. food are delicious and all of the staff were friendly and very very helpful. I would probably come back again! thank you so much!!
We stayed at the Melia for 2 nights. Would have stayed for 5 but decided to go home early.
Very friendly staff, they are so helpful and professional, beautiful hotel grounds. Clean and comfy beds. Beautiful views. Our headboard was filthy and the staff arrived within minutes to clean and change the bedsheets.
Cons. The pool has no shade so you can't swim in the day. The bath and bathroom is very tiny. My husband was to tall to shower and to tall for the bath. Water doesn't get hot and the plug didn't work so the water runs out quickly, enamel comes off in the tub. They have these beautiful cabanas on the beach that don't allow children. Also you have to pay extra if you want the privilege of using it. Pretty ridiculous considering that there was no one around. I hate to stay at a hotel where you find out after booking in that some areas are of limits. 💁♀️ The manager did offer a ticket for access to the cabanas after our query but after the embarrassment of being refused earlier in the day we didn't use it.
The food is very expensive. They gave us 1.2 liter of water for 4 people for the whole day. We phoned for refills and they charged us 55 000IDR for one bottle 🙈 Normally hotels will do free refills
We ended up sleeping at the hotel and spending our days at the Hyatt next door. They have huge pools, lots of shade, food is really good and normal resort prices. Also, even as day visitors there was no restrictions as to where our family could sit or what facilities we could use.
We live in Bali and do these staycations every few.weeks. Out of all the hotels we have stayed in over the years in Bali this is the first one I would sadly not recommend As far as family resorts go I would recommend the Hilton and the Hyatt.