In The Spotlight: Grand Hyatt Bali

If you truly want to see what draws people to Nusa Dua, the Grand Hyatt is bound to give you the most memorable experience this side of the island,

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Known for its calm waters, pristine shores and amazing dining options, Nusa Dua is indeed paradise on earth. Home to the Bali National Golf Club, the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali Collection and the Devdan Theatre (it’s here where you can watch Bali’s famous Devdan Show), this part of Bali is the best place to go if you want to mix some elegance and class into your vacation. 

But if you truly want to see what draws people to Nusa Dua, the Grand Hyatt is bound to give you the most memorable experience on this side of the island.

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Grand Hyatt Bali: What to Expect

The Grand Hyatt is one of the best 5-star hotels in Nusa Dua, with every corner seeping with luxury and class. Aside from its amazing beachfront location, it boasts huge rooms with marble baths and balconies showing the best that Bali has to offer.

The overall decor is mostly modern, but there are still Balinese touches that make for an authentic getaway in this Southeast Asian paradise.

It is moments away from the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center and is located right across the Bali Collection shopping centre. This makes the Grand Hyatt the perfect place for those who want to mix business and pleasure with their families.

Dine & Drink at Grand Hyatt Bali

The Grand Hyatt Bali doesn’t disappoint in terms of food and drinks. It’s not just the usual fare you see in hotels – their choices tell unique culinary stories that add even more value to the entire Bali experience.

Le Petit Chef Marco Polo takes you on an engaging journey throughout the world as he follows Marco Polo’s journey. This experience brings you not just a 6-course menu, but an entire show presented right on your tables and plates using 3D projection. Watch the main character jump from one adventure to another as you go from one course to the next.  

Huge fan of Japanese cuisine? Head to Nampu and choose between the main dining room where you can enjoy the serene environment or opt for the Tatami room if you’d rather have a private meal with family and friends. 

If you want a truly Balinese experience, grab a meal at Watercourt where you can enjoy an Indonesian buffet breakfast in an environment reminiscent of ancient Balinese water palaces. You can also enjoy the same ambience while feasting on other favourites with their International cuisine.

Pasar Senggol is a great choice if you want to dine underneath Bali’s clear skies. The dining area is located in the open-air amphitheatre where you can watch live cultural performances. The entire place is also set up to look like a night market, where there are stalls offering different local dishes.

You can also enjoy a view of Grand Hyatt Bali’s lagoons and waterfalls at the Garden Cafe, where you can order everything – from classic European treats to Asian delicacies.

If you’re ready for drinks or some quick bites, head on over to the Poolside Bar, which also gives a great view of the gardens and the ocean. You can also visit the Veranda Lounge & Bar or the Grand Club Lounge.

Facilities at Grand Hyatt Bali

What’s a Balinese holiday without a relaxing trip to the spa? Visit Kriya Spa, a wellness sanctuary once again inspired by the traditional Balinese water palaces. Whether you want to be invigorated or are seeking to detoxify your body, the expert aestheticians and therapists will have a program specifically tailored to your needs.

For those who don’t want to cut their fitness routine, visit the Bay Club Fitness Center and enjoy a wide range of machines. They also have a yoga studio, a squash court, a sauna and steam room, and plunge pools.

The Grand Hyatt Bali also has five outdoor pools, each with their own charm. You can go for the main pool, which is designed to look and feel like a natural lagoon. You can also try the Balinese Feature Pool if you want a little more serenity as you take a dip in the emerald-green waters.

Ready to give your kids their own unique brand of fun? The Grand Hyatt Balialso has a Kids’ Club where they can learn more about the Balinese culture and enjoy fun and educational activities.

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