Awarta Nusa Dua Resort & Villas Adds 40 New Suites

Surrounded by exotic tropical gardens and appointed with rich solid-wood furnishings, the suites are designed for travelers who are seeking an intimate experience at a more affordable price.

Photo: Awarta Nusa Dua Resort & Villas

In a bid to welcome more guests, Awarta Nusa Dua Resort & Villas, an award-winning property in Bali’s Nusa Dua enclave, has expanded its accommodation options with the addition of 40 new suites.

Surrounded by exotic tropical gardens and appointed with rich solid-wood furnishings, the suites are designed for travelers who are seeking an intimate experience at a more affordable price.

Bird’s eye view of Awarta Nusa Dua Resort & Villas.

By the end of the year, another 28 suites will be added to the collection, alongside new facilities such as an expansive public swimming pool, an all-day dining venue, and a multifunction rooftop space with stunning views of the island’s southern coast.

Awarta means “treasure,” which is apt, given the resort’s beautiful fusion of traditional Balinese and Chinese architecture, plunge pools with waterfall features, gracious service, and pampering spa.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the August/September 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Suite Dreams”).

 

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