Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
All Nusa Dua's luxury hotels have their own beachfront and most have a range of restaurants and activities to keep their guests in house as much as possible.
Largely delivers the goodsJalan Pratama 168
T: (0361) 77 8788; F: (0361) 77 3888
The Conrad pegs itself at the upper end of the Nusa Dua properties and aside from a couple of minor gripes, delivers the goods. It's a sprawling hotel with two main pools (one standard shaped, the ... Read the full review of Conrad Bali Resort and Spa Hotel.
RefinedNorthern end of the Nusa Dua roundabout
T: (0361) 771 906; F: (0361) 771 908
The Westin Nusa Dua Resort is an older hotel that by mid 2011 plans to have a full renovation completed. Post renovation brings a new range of deluxe rooms that are ultra-modern and in keeping with ... Read the full review of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua.
A more affordable slice of luxuryKawasan Wisata BTDC Lot 1
T: (0361) 771 510; F: (0361) 771 360
Set towards the southern end of Nusa Dua's luxury neighbourhood, the Melia Bali doesn't have quite the facilities (nor the sky high pricetag) of some of its neighbours, but, with recently renovated ... Read the full review of Melia Bali.
Most of the hotels along Tanjung Benoa are upmarket and beachfront, but a few cheaper options are present on the opposite side of the road.
Brilliant value wooden roomsJalan Pratama 99
T: (0361) 771 143; F: (0361) 771 145
In an area where good value is hard to come by and the level of competition poor, you can't really expect a whole lot in the way of accommodation options. But Pondok Agung Homestay rises above all ... Read the full review of Pondok Agung Homestay.
Exceptional valueJl Pratama, Tanjung Benoa
T: (0361) 771 256;
Bumbu Bali is best known for its fabulous Balinese restaurants and cooking school, but its associated bed and breakfast, Rumah Bali, isn't too shabby either. The property is unassuming from the ... Read the full review of Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast.
Flash beachside optionJalan Pratama
T: (0361) 774 912; F: (0361) 774 915
The Bali Khama offers a selection of quite pricey deluxe, studio and villa rooms within a compact beachside lot towards the northern end of the Tanjung Benoa strip. The deluxe and studio offerings ... Read the full review of The Bali Khama.
Isolated location, good for familiesJalab Pratama 97A, Tanjung Benoa
T: (0361) 773 730; F: (0361) 773 840
Set towards the northern end of the Tanjung Benoa stretch of hotels, the sprawling bulk of the Ramada property is on the off-beach side of Jalan Pratama, with just the Tao Restaurant and the hotel's ... Read the full review of Ramada Resort Benoa.
Fantastic pool area and private beachJalan Pratama
T: (0361) 771 019; F: (0361) 772 027
The rooms at Matahari are big and modern and feature air-con, satellite TV, fridges and sleek bathrooms with hot water. It's an extremely popular place and you will find most of the guests either ... Read the full review of Matahari Terbit.
Dark rooms and sleepy staffJalan Pratama 88x
T: (0361) 771 643; F: (0361) 777 268
Located across the road from the beach at Tanjung Benoa, Rasa Sayang seems a little off its game. The staff are disorganised, sleepy and unsure of prices and the rooms are extremely dark with next to ... Read the full review of Rasa Sayang Beach Inn.
Cheapest place in Nusa DuaJalan Pratama, just south of Pondok Agung
T: (0361) 772 456; F: (0361) 772 532
This is the cheapest place we could find in Nusa Dua/Tanjung Benoa. Rooms are in a basic Balinese-style longhouse with a shared common veranda area. Beds are old and soft, the rooms have signs of ... Read the full review of Pondok Hasan Inn.
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