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Grand Hyatt Bali sits on a picturesque stretch of Bali’s southern coastline. Considering that the natural world is such a big part of Bali’s appeal, it’s not surprising that every aspect of this hotel operates sustainably. It serves responsibly and sustainably sourced dishes wherever possible, and only gets seafood from ASC-certified suppliers. Grand Hyatt Bali is also doing everything it can to eliminate single-use plastics across the whole resort, so that the surrounding marine life is protected from harm.
Take your pick from five swimming pools, including a relaxing pool and a child-friendly option with waterslides. Let the children run wild in the kids’ club, while you enjoy a relaxing massage at Kriya Spa. And, when you fancy a bite to eat, you can be sure that dinner at Grand Hyatt Bali always comes with a view. Whether you’re looking out from a coastal cliff at Salsa Bar or admiring the lily ponds at the Garden Café, it’s hard to feel anything but relaxed as you feast on delicious dishes from across the world.
As well as being a lovely place to stay, Grand Hyatt Bali is close to many of Nusa Dua’s most exciting attractions. Wander out to Peninsula Island, less than 15 minutes away, to watch the waves crashing through the ‘water blow’ rock formation. You can also relax on the golden sands of Nusa Dua Beach, just steps from the resort. Or practise your swing at Bali National Golf Club – one of the island’s most prestigious courses – just a five-minute taxi ride from Grand Hyatt Bali.
Grab a seat between cascading waterfalls and lagoons and tuck into dishes from across the world, ranging from international classics to local favourites.
Right on the beach, this Italian restaurant has been designed to have a laidback Californian feel. Share fresh pizza and pasta with family and friends overlooking the ocean.
Pasar Senggol feels like one of Bali’s famous night markets, as lively stalls offer Indonesian and Balinese dishes alongside local arts. Make sure you catch a live cultural show at the amphitheatre.
Take a seat at the teppanyaki table or sushi bar, and watch dishes come to life in the open kitchen of this Japanese eatery. There’s even a private tatami room here.
This water palace-style restaurant is an ornate place to dine, thanks to its carved façade, freshwater pools and striking fountains. You can also book this private venue for any stylish celebration.
Climb up to the rooftop of Salsa Verde for a drink. Sip signature cocktails and mocktails at this scenic bar, as you enjoy unparalleled views across Nusa Dua’s coast.
If you need a snack or a cooling drink during a day at the pool, you’ll find plenty of tempting options here. You can savour your drink by the swaying palms.
This laidback lounge offers nightly entertainment and amazing views across the resort’s bougainvillea gardens. Choose from hot drinks, nutritious smoothies and tropical cocktails.
If you’re staying in a Grand Club room, you can enjoy refreshments here any time you fancy. Order crafted cocktails or tuck into afternoon tea, as you look out across the lily ponds and tropical gardens.
Grand Hyatt Bali is made up of 636 rooms, suites and villas that sprawl along Nusa Dua’s picture-perfect coastline. They’re clustered in four distinct ‘villages’ overlooking either lush tropical gardens or the calm waters of the Indian Ocean. Make the most of the views with breakfast on your patio or balcony, or ask room service to be delivered to your private living space.
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