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Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
Ranked #16 of 53 Hotels in Nusa Dua
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Perth,W.A
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“nusa dua beach hotel”
Reviewed 20 October 2008

We recently stayed at the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and had 4 nights there. The staff are so friendly and so helpful. Breakfast had a good choice of so many different selections. The only thing which was a bit inconvenient was the fact other restaurants were a little bit futher from the hotel so if you decide to eat at the hotel it is a bit more expensive(but then this is Nusa Dua-bit more upmarket) It was very quiet compared to Legian/Kuta but then that was the reason we stayed there before going to stay at Legian. Out the main gates to Nusa Dua is a few good restaurants.This is only an 8 min walk which you fell very safe other wise a taxi if people dont want to walk.
There is also the Bali Collection which is a 10 min walk but during the day which can be quite hot, we caught a taxi which wasnt much at all. There is a few restaurants there which looked nice and clean and a Starbucks too .A supermarket which was handy to stock up on bottled water and bits n pieces.
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel catered well for children but this didnt bother us who were there to relax. All the children were well behaved. The squirels were abundant but totally cute to watch. Grounds were imaculate and staff out every morning early tidying up. Also there is a great walking path along the front of the beach and was not crowded like Kuta Beach.
Our room was clean and spacious and I had a King size bed to myself while my daughter and her friend were given an adjoining room and their own bathroom( having 2 19 year old girls this was a relief for me)

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Reviewed 13 October 2008

We stayed in Nusa Dua Beach Hotel for our anniversary. The lawn and garden is excellent. Staff very nice, service are personal. They leave us with a message in the room before the check-out date to let us know we can still stay in the hotel lounge after check-out and extended discount for massage in the hotel, etc.

Nusa Dua is a very nice resort area. This hotel unlike the Laguna and Westin nearby that has bale that you can do a lazy lying at night to enjoy the sea breeze. On a couple of nights, we just take a 3 minutes walk along the beach to the nearby hotels for bale and sip a drink there.

Transportation is sth that you have to prepare for. There is no shuttle bus in the hotel and nusa dua area, except a shuttle to Bali Collection, which runs every 1 hour till 10pm. You have to take a taxi to wherever you go. Taxi service in the hotel are pricy, like USD15 for a ride to Kuta. But many restaurant has pick up service. For many nights, we asked the restuarant for a pick up for dinner, then just do some shopping and foul around in Seminyak, Kuta, Jimbaran, then take a taxi back to save one trip.

We tried snorkelling in Nusa Dua beach with hawkers in the beach. It is a 10 mins ride by boat to the snorkelling area, costs USD30 for 2 pax for 1 hour. 1 hour is actually enough.

Food in the hotel are delicious. It costs like USD40++ (excluding drink) for a Korean bbq dinner for 2. Like other 5 star hotels nearby, the drinks are pricy, like USD8++ for a cocktail, USD2++ for a small bottle of water. There is no kiosk or convenient store within walkable distance.

We tried the Embrace spa package for 2 pax for 2.5 hours in one of the spa villa at USD190++. It is absolutely excellent and worth the money. There is a private plunge pool, jacuzzi and steam room in the villa for the couple, so enjoy the complete privacy. You can enjoy other spa facilities for the whole day, like the spa lap pool. The staff there said the spa lap pool has underwater music facilities, though i really cannot hear, it is very relaxing and enjoyable. I tried Well Being Spa in Seminyak (a local spa outside) as well at USD64 for 3 hours, it is absolutely not comparable, worth to pay more in the hotel.

  • Stayed October 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 October 2008

Writing this review is a hard one for me because Nusa Dua hotel is not normally the kind of hotel that I would enjoy, however this hotel certainley swayed my opinion in their favour.

The Hotel is very well done the staff are great and friendly and will always smile and say hello while you are walking around the grounds. the gardens are imaculate and very well tended to.

We stayed in the paradise club which I would recommend if you can, as you get a free brekfast, afternoon tea and cocktails in the evening in a quiet out of the way reeoption room. This is nice as there is always a good selection of food and the cocktails are very good.

The room was of a good size and was nicely decorated, with a nice shower and decent seperate bath.

The hotel has 300+ rooms so this means that the pool will get quite crowded and it can be a problem trying to find a sunbed, you will get the obligatory towel reserving which is a pet hate of mine, however I had no qualms in removing towels that had been there for 30mins+ without an occupier anywhere to be seen and pinching it for myself ;-D.

The beach is not the best and to be honest we didn't venture onto it once, but as we had recently been in the maldives this may have just been me being a bit picky.

If you are a diver then I would recommend the dive centre. They are very instructive and helpful and there is a great wreck towads the north of the island which is definatley worth a visit. I completed my advanced padi while I was out there and felt all the way that I was in good hands.

There is lots to see and do in Bali, we hired a taxi for a couple of days to take us around I would recommend visiting the monkey sanctuary, some temples grand palace, temple on the sea, git git waterfall is nice, and also the volcano.

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  • Liked — Lovely grounds, friendly staff
  • Disliked — The beach was not that great
  • Stayed November 2006, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 October 2008

We spent our honeymoon in Bali last month, September 2008. The first half of our trip we stayed at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel (was part of a really great package deal with Asia Luxe/Singapore Airlines). The hotel is very nice and big and right on the beach. We stayed in a deluxe room that faced the pool and the ocean. The hotel and our room was very clean, we were happy with our accommodations.
However, the hotel is your typical beach hotel - it's where you go to relax (beach is great!). The hotel is in a secluded gated 'community' with several other 5 star hotels (the Westin is right next door) and if we wanted to explore anywhere outside the hotel, we had to take a cab. Though the staff was friendly, many didn't speak English very well. The only person that was really helpful was the Head Concierge (we can't remember his name, it started with a S).
If this is your first time to Bali, we highly recommend that you bring CRISP currency notes from your country. We're from the U.S. and outside of the hotel, it can be difficult to exchange your money for the best rate if your money is bent, wrinkled or torn a bit (very surprising!!)

  • Liked — Very clean - right on the beach
  • Disliked — Hard to get advice about what to do, where to visit - limited English speaking hotel associates
  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 October 2008

Stayed for 9 nights in a deluxe room, Bed comfortable, and excellent bathroom. Blacony also pleasant with nice chairs. Only 2 free bottles of water a day but more could be had if you asked the cleaning crew nicely!
The pool was nice though not large in comparision to some of the others on the strip such as the laguna or melia. Unfortunately you had to be at the pool by 7am to secure beds which I found disappointing. I saw several incidents of 'lounger rage' and is an area I feel the hotel could clamp down on - people putting towels down and not using the beds till mid afternoon or so and is selfish in my opinion. That said other beds coud be got on the grass areas or beach.
Breakfast was only average and other meals we had at hotel were ok. Ate most nights at the neraby shopping centre with plenty of restaurants. There is an hourly free mini bus but was often full or a ten minute walk or taxi. The beach bar was good but the lobby bar was dull and lacked atmosphere
The hotel is a 3+ to 4 star and and whilst had a great holiday if was to return to nusa dua area would stay at one of the others.

  • Liked — location
  • Disliked — prices
  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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London
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Reviewed 1 October 2008

Stayed in Nusa Dua for 4 days. Upon arriving at the hotel we were told our room would be ready in half an hour and given a welcome drink in the lobby. After 30 mins we were told it would be another 30 mins. This continued for 1.5 hours until we became frustrated and asked to be told exactly when we could check-in rather than waiting around like lemons.

We were then taken to a room past building work that was going on. Our room was dirty, the bathroom had not been cleaned properly and it smelt a bit funny. We complained and were moved to another room which was an improvement but was not as nice as a 3* place we had just come from in Legian (for half the price)!

Despite this initial frustration, the grounds are beautiful and the pools are very nice. The water is very clear on the beach but you cannot swim out very far. The gym is well equipped and the tennis courts were available for a small fee (you can even pay for a partner if your spouse is busy sunbathing!).

The hotel is completely self-contained with various restuarants on-site all serving good food at reasonable western prices (though not like prices in Legian restaurants). There are outdoor shows on twice a week with an amazing buffet dinner. We went to the Balinese theatre show and both the food and the entertainment were first class.

If it weren't for the poor service and the rooms which were not up to standard this hotel would have been rated 4 or 5, just expected better for the money we paid out.

  • Liked — The grounds and facilities
  • Disliked — Rooms and check-in service
  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 78 helpful votes
Reviewed 16 September 2008

Hi All,

Ok a little about us, Male 34 and new Wife 31. Our Honeymoon both from Leamington Spa, England

Report of Nusa Dua Beach and Spa Hotel.

Overall we had a great time at this hotel, we stayed in the Palace Club Suite and had the privilages of Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Evening Cocktails. All these functions are served by Butlers or to us commoners waiters/ress. This added benifit i would recommend! The staff are all very warm and welcoming, which we found to be a bit of fresh air! they always said hello from the manager down to the cleaner/gardener would always stop and smile and ask how you are?. The gardens are in superb nic, and are the highlight of this lovely hotel. they must have about 20 staff always working in the gardens everyday to keep in trim. The hotel food is lovely but pricey compared to other aeras of Nusa Dua, for example;

Hotel meal for two with wine was around £75

Bali Collection meal for two with wine was around £40

Nusa Aera (just outside the gates) meal for two with wine was around £25 and to be honest was just as nice. (The Tropical was the best for meals) We went to The Tropical a few times as we found it to be the best one. If you go to the Nusa Dua area (outside the gates) most resturants will give you a lift home F.O.C

The Spa.

We spent most our afternoons by the spa pool as the sunbeds by the main pool where always taken, i did try on a couple of occasions to find beds at 8am but found towels everywhere with no-one on them ggrrrrrr. The Spa treatments are expensive again compared to others outside the hotel. However we found that the hotel was much more luxurious then others and i think was worth paying that little bit more, example;

2hr Massage with facial in Hotel was around £130 (price for two)

2hr Massage with facial in Nusa Dua area was around £40 (price for two).

Nusa Dua is a very quite area indeed with the last bar closing at 1pm. However should you fancy a night on the town then Kuta is the place to go $10 USD will get you there in a taxi (about 20 mins) and you can party on till the early hours. Semenyak (is that right??) is a cool place as well and another $10 will get you there as well, great for sunsets as is Jimbiran Bay.
If you just want a relaxing holiday then Nusa Dua has that to offer and we found it perfect for our needs as if we wanted a quite night then we stayed at the hotel or if we where in the mood for a night out then in a taxi we would go!!

We also found the mixture of nationals to be good as well with Brits, Dutch, Thez Germans, Italians, Spainish, Ozzies, Chinese, France and the odd Yank / Canadian making it very interesting. It was just nice and refreshing to be in a resort not full of Brits!! (went to maldives last year and was like a little butlins!! lol).

Pretty much everything is great about this hotel and im sure if your going you will have a great time unless your a fussy and a unhappy couple!!

If i had to be sad the only down side to this resort is its beach and sea but having been to the maldives last year i think i will struggle to find beaches and seas like it is there!!

Anyway have a great time you'll love it.

Hello to the Dutch couple we met and told us about the orpanage.

Also to Tony,Donna,Kez,Jess,Tom and Chrissy

Happy Holidays.

Rob and Hannah.

  • Liked — mostly everything
  • Disliked — beach and sea
  • Stayed August 2008, travelled as a couple
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Property: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
Address: | Kawasan Pariwisata Lot North 4, Nusa Dua 80363, Indonesia
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Region: Indonesia > Bali > Nusa Dua Peninsula > Nusa Dua
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#4 Business Hotel in Nusa Dua
#8 Top resorts Hotel in Nusa Dua
#10 Family Hotel in Nusa Dua
#11 Romantic Hotel in Nusa Dua
#14 On the Beach Hotel in Nusa Dua
#14 Spa Hotel in Nusa Dua
#15 Luxury Hotel in Nusa Dua
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Hotel Class:4.5 star — Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa 4.5*
Number of rooms: 382
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