"Grand Hyatt Bali resort was conceived as a water palace with lakes, landscape gardens and five lagoon or river pools surrounding low-rise Balinese style buildings."
The hotel is the crown jewel of resorts in Nusa Dua, the luxury stretch of magnificent beachfront on the island of Bali, offering 636 luxury rooms and suites nested in low-rise Balinese villas.
Relax in style in the luxury rooms and suites nested in low-rise Balinese villas. Grand Hyatt Bali features 636 luxury rooms and suites in four villages, including Grand Suites, Grand Executive Suites, Ambassador Suites, Presidential Suites, and Deluxe Villas. All rooms have individually controlled air-conditioning, separated shower and bath. cable TV, international direct-dial telephone, personal safe, hairdryer and balcony.
The highlight of the Grand Hyatt is surely its bounty of pools, lakes and waterfalls, reflecting the resort's water palace theme. Guests can also enjoy a spa treatment, play golf, or take part in water sports. For those looking to keep up their fitness regime whilst away, the excellent fitness centre and its well-equipped facilities won't disappoint. An on-site night market delights each evening, offering Balinese cultural performances and delicious food stalls.
- Five pools
- Kids club
- Shopping arcade
- Limo transfers
- Fitness centre
- Kriya Spa
- Meeting rooms
With five impressive restaurants within the resort, you don't even need to leave the Grand Hyatt Bali for a great meal. From delicious Italian at the fun-loving Salsa Verde to aromatic street food in the open-air night market, guests are treated to a true gastronomic feast. Add the perfect end to your day with a nightcap at the rooftop Salsa Bar and sip a long drink whilst overlooking the ocean.
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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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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