The Laguna Returns after an Extensive Transformation

The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua Bali has just unveiled a transformative journey that gracefully weaves architecture inspired by the surrounding nature and indigenous culture in the storied destination after undergoing an extensive renovation .
Lagoon with turquoise water at The Laguna Bali

There is a long priceless history that lies behind the majestic construction of The Laguna, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua Bali since it was first built 30 years ago. It was the first international resort in Nusa Dua, portrayed as the cornerstone of Balinese hospitality which was renowned for hosting presidents and dignitaries from around the world. 

The most recent massive renovation, includes the lobby, guest rooms, restaurants and public areas. Along with the commitment to preserve and honour its rich indigenous heritage, the transformations in each area has undergone a thoughtful restoration. Along with the revamped arrival and lobby experience amidst pristine gardens with centuries-old trees and lush greenery. 

As guests approach the lobby, the chime of a Gong–the traditional cymbal instrument used to welcome royal families–resonates, symbolising the joy of welcoming a guest for an enriching experience throughout their stay. 

Main Lobby with traditional music instruments at The Laguna Bali Nusa Dua

Rooms interior concept

The guest rooms have also been refreshed with natural materials and inspired by the collective stories and traditions of Bali. Nautical elements take centerstage in the nuanced design, influenced by the resort’s seven lagoons. A color palette of neutral earthy tones ensures a balance between traditional warmth and adds a modern touch throughout its 287 rooms, suites, and villas. 

Emblematic features such as a panel of Balinese sulaman embroidery seen in the Kebaya adorn the rooms’ headboards; bespoke selection of lamps, shiplap walls, and leather detailing of a suitcase next to the bed all come together as a nod to travel and discovery, part of the DNA of The Luxury Collection.

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Warung-inspired Banyubiru Restaurant

Banyubiru restaurant exposes the unique traditional warung stalls in the villages, accompanied by the notable use of materials such as bamboo and rattan. The all-day dining restaurant offer breakfast and themed dinners.

De Bale is a re-enactment of a quintessential Balinese village courtyard, where authentic and iconic experiences are created. Guests can look forward to a glass of jamu–a famed traditional drink infused with turmeric and ginger–upon arrival.

As part of its evening ritual, De Bale will showcase village dances and storytelling for all guests. With a convivial ambiance, the theatrical lounge and bar also features an expansive entertainment terrace, perfect for hosting private events and coffee breaks during group meetings and functions.

De Bale Exterior Twilight at The Laguna Bali

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