5 Reasons You’ll Love the Luxurious Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort

Treat yourself to a lavish getaway at the 415-room property, which offers a seamless blend of French elegance and Balinese style.

A bird’s eye view of the resort.

1. Its prime location

Located in Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation complex of Nusa Dua, one of the island’s most affluent addresses, Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort is within 40 kilometers from Denpasar, the provincial capital of Bali.

Room with pool access.

2. The cozy rooms

Home to 415 rooms, including 22 suites and 17 private pool villas, the property boasts views of the shimmering sea. Expect five-star comfort with the rooms and suites, all of which feature flat-screen TVs or LCD screens, DVD players and complimentary broadband internet access, together with fully-stocked mini-bar; room service; international newspapers; nightly turn-down service, and French bathroom amenities.

Soaking up the sun.

3. Wellness is at its heart

Whether you’re in the mood for a challenging workout or a relaxing spa session, there’s something for you at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort. Facilities include two outdoor swimming pools, the signature SoSPA, and a Shampoo Lounge. Drawing inspiration from a French gastronomic restaurant, the spa offers original music, exclusive treatments, and massage tables modeled after Sofitel’s famous MyBed concept. Meanwhile, SoSPA Beauty specializes in body care treatments and skincare products, which are designed to improve one’s skin quality.

Party prepping for a big night ahead? The Shampoo Lounge has a full menu of salon and gentlemen’s barber services, including professional hairstyling, makeup, nails, and hair services.

4. Your kids will be well taken care of

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Resort’s Kids Club is a piece of heaven on earth for children. Located near the resort’s serene beachfront, the facility offers an outdoor kids’ pool, a reading room stocked with enjoyable and educational material, and also a sleeping room where they can relax and slumber before re-engaging in the series of fun and games.

A host of stimulating activities awaits, such as storytelling and reading sessions, and video games featuring the latest consoles, and as well as the opportunity to hone basic skills through cooking classes, or become a “princess” for a day.

Why not book yourself a “floating breakfast?”

5. The unparalleled dining experiences

Foodies are in luck, for the hotel has plenty of dining experiences to delight one’s taste buds. 160-seat Pan Asian restaurant Kwee Zeen is inspired by the scenes of a street food market and offers a wide variety of cuisines—from Cantonese, Yunnan, Sichuan, and even Japanese, Thai and Singaporean. Must-tries include the satay, hot pots, and sushi.

For satisfying Mediterranean and Italian cuisine, head to Cucina for its popular Brunch À la Française every Sunday. The weekend brunches offer an array of charcuteries, cheeses, and decadent French pastries.

Fancy a good grill and sunset views? Head to Toya Beach Bar & Grill for light snacks and cocktails, followed by a hearty barbeque buffet. As night falls, make your way to Manarai Beach House by Ismaya for its whimsical cocktails and mocktails, alongside exquisite wines and champagnes.

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This article was brought to you by Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort.

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