"White sands and a deep blue ocean set the scene for glorious sunsets at the Sol Beach House Benoa’s private beach, making it the perfect destination for a romantic and exciting getaway."
Located in Bali’s tropical haven of Nusa Dua, the Sol Beach House Benoa is an all-inclusive resort that focuses on fun and relaxation with its offer of luxurious rooms, world-class facilities, and exciting activities.
The resort’s 36 guestrooms, 54 premium rooms, 32 suites, and 5 family suites all boast private balconies that look out into the lush greens of the tropical garden. All our rooms are designed to convey a sense of space and simplicity to help you make the most of rest and relaxation. Accommodation and activities catered to individuals, couples and families are available.
Experience an unprecedented level of warmth in the resort's 36 Melia Guestrooms, 54 Premium Rooms, 32 Suites, 5 Family Suites and. They each mirror Bali's graceful elegance and allure, combining contemporary and minimalist style with Balinese touches. All offer the height of contemporary luxury, apart from the rest of the resort and feature manicured tropical gardens, personal plunge pools, outdoor dining environments. A selection of non-smoking rooms are available.
A hotel of this stature is bound to offer some impressive facilities, and the Sol is no exception - the resort boasts some impressive extras including extensive watersports facilities, access to all sorts of beach activities, sporting activities and a fitness centre. With so much going on you can while your days away in the hotel and on the beach. For guests looking for some rest and relaxation, the indulgent spa awaits with professional therapists and treatments. The resort's awesome setting is open for weddings as well as meetings.
- Outdoor pool
- Beach volleyball
- Table tennis
- Mini football
- Games room
- Business centre
- 24hr management
- Beauty salon
- Courier service
- Foreign exchange
- Car rental
- Airport transfer
- Tour desk
- Laundry/dry clean
- Shopping arcades
The restaurants and bars of the Sol Beach House Benoa bring a world of flavor to a Balinese paradise. The Amarta Restaurant is a touch of Italy in the heart of Bali and offers a wide selection of antipasto, pasta, pizza, and risotto among other delights. Between the beautiful garden and alluring seaside lies Menega Seaside Restaurant, where diners are treated to international buffet lunches and themed buffet dinners. El Patio knows no boundaries with a kitchen that is open day and night. The restaurant starts the day off with a scrumptious American breakfast buffet and serves up the rest of the day with international cuisine. The Ayodya Lobby Bar is no stranger to business and provides the perfect place to meet and socialize after lunch or late into the evening. Finally, the Nelayan Pool Bar offers a break from all the excitement with its ice-cold refreshments.
Given Bali's proximity to the equator, the island's weather is reliably hot and sunny. There are two distinct seasons: the dry season lasts between May and September and the wet season runs from October to April. Even in the wet season it is likely to be sunny for a good part of the day, and the rainfall is never too high. The best time to visit Bali is between May and September, when temperatures are hot and the days are at their longest.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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