The Balé Nusa Dua may depart from what is typically expected from a luxury resort in Bali, but it remains entirely devoted to serving a truly Balinese comfort and luxury. The guests can count on a total de-stress and relax. The hotel is designed for romance, relaxation, and rejuvenation in a soothing Zen atmosphere.
The spa aficionados will easily fall in love with The Balé. Spa sessions are tailored to the individual needs of each guest and the wellness program extends to the restaurant called Bliss, where local herbs are used for healthy meals.
There is also Faces, a restaurant located next to the multi-level pool, specializing in seafood. Its open kitchen allows watching a confident bustle of staff, busy preparing light lunches and dinners.
Each villa is set within its own walled enclosure, with a garden and swimming pool. Comfortable and equipped with modern gadgets, the interiors carry on the ultra-minimalist and serene theme. There is a lot of space to relax, including a huge bed.
Chic bathrooms have twin basins, a sunken bath and an indoor and outdoor shower. A choice of delicious aromatic hand-made balms, shampoos, soaps, and bath salts is offered from a wooden box by staff on arrival.
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Categories: Honeymoon, Island resorts, Luxury hotels, Modern design, Private villas, Quiet location, Relaxing vacation, Romantic, Spa, Tropical vacation,
Number of rooms & suites: 29 villas
Rate per night: From $284 USD
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The minimalist palette is a key component of the Balé Nusa Dua's charm, setting it apart from other hotels on the island. With no children policy, the hotel is perfect for couples and honeymooners.
Author: Travel+Style. Last updated: 18/11/2019
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