"Nestled on Bali's finest white sand beach over looking the majestic Indian Ocean is the historic Laguna Bali Resort & Spa."

Sitting in the tranquil bay of Nusa Dua, the resort is renowned for its enchanting beachfront location and 5,000 square metres of bathing lagoons surrounded by verdant tropical gardens.

The opulent resort offers a sparkling selection of accommodation, hidden in a peaceful oasis with a private beach setting. The Laguna Bali allows guests to experience the perfect blend of authentic Balinese hospitality and indigenous design. Let the concierge be your guide to discover the profound spirituality and the dramatic scenery of Bali. 

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The Laguna Bali offers a serene and calming beachfront environment that appeals to the aesthetics, a place where land and sea provide scenic beauty and pure relaxation. With its extensive spread of flora and fauna throughout the grounds, this luxury resort in Bali offers an oasis in which to spend a day in perfect harmony with the surroundings.  An extra bed is available in all rooms and suites. The light and airy rooms and suites all enjoy 24-hour butler service. For something a little special, Deluxe Lagoon Access Rooms and Suites offer guests direct access to the lagoon straight from their balcony. 


In perfect harmony with the resort's lush tropical gardens and tranquil scenic ambience, The Laguna Resort & Spa boasts a proud heritage of hosting the first bathing lagoon in Bali that continues to enthral guests with magical crystal clear waters of worldly renown. A tranquil expanse of 5,000 square metres unfolds before you offering sun, shade, and serenity. Waterfalls welcome you from the lobby as the lagoon lazily stretches to the beach, offering many different experiences. Children delight in two sandy beaches and a dedicated pool area. For those wanting to enjoy food and a favourite beverage on a lounge chair by the beach, the lagoon does not disappoint. For a decidedly slower pace of relaxation, the two Jacuzzis and lush tropical areas provide welcome respite.

  • Lagoon pool
  • Activities 
  • Watersports
  • Spa
  • Business centre
  • Currency exchange
  • Free WiFi
  • Butler
  • Concierge


The Laguna Resort and Spa offers a wide range of dining options from around the world, courtesy of some of the finest restaurants in Nusa Dua. Banyubiru, the signature restaurant, features pan-Asian and international cuisine. Arwana, a beachfront restaurant offers unparalleled premium coastal cuisine with fresh live seafood including oyster and sushi bars. Enjoy private dining in the wine room at Cornerstone - Vinotek, Deli & More. The Deli includes a sambal corner as well as a selection of daily delights. Light bites, signature cocktails, wine, and spirits await you at the poolside Kulkul Bar, Cascade Garden Lounge, and Sapphire Bar.

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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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