Grand Hyatt Bali

Nusa Dua, Bali

The hotel

Clustered into four low-rise Balinese-style water villages and spread over 40-acres of lily ponds and manicured gardens, the Grand Hyatt Bali is interlinked by waterfalls, lagoons and swimming pools which lead to the beach, protected by a barrier reef, creating a beautiful ‘water palace’ environment. Commanding a spectacular beachfront location in Nusa Dua, the Grand Hyatt Bali will provide you with all the services and amenities of a first class hotel. Despite its size and wide array of facilities, the Grand Hyatt Bali has an intimate atmosphere and the service is exceptional. Each of its four villages has its own pool and restaurant with guest rooms designed to offer you a unique Balinese ambience and views of the lush gardens or sea beyond. There’s a first-class Spa 'Kriya*, with treatments based on the rituals of Harmony, Purity, Energy and Bliss plus a state of the art fitness centre with whirlpools and a sauna to further to further promote those feelings of health and wellbeing. If a leisurely stroll is more your pace the tropical gardens and grounds will provide you with plenty to discover and explore.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wedding
  • Honeymoon
  • Kids Club
  • Babysitting service
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service

Where is it

Located directly on the white sands of Nusa Dua next to the Bali Collection shopping centre. Transfer time from Denpasar Airport: 20 minutes.

Hotel information

636 rooms on 4-5 floors in 4 villages. All with balcony or terrace, air-conditioning, cable TV, complimentary WiFi, coffee maker, mini-bar*, safe, bathrobes and hairdryer. Grand Rooms have lagoon or garden views, with 2 single beds or 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults and 1 child under 12 in a rollaway bed.

Half Board/Full Board options: includes breakfast and dinner or breakfast, lunch and dinner. Half Board and Full Board for dinner is available in the Salsa Verde Restaurant, Garden Cafe and Pasar Senggol.

Interconnecting Grand Rooms are also available. 

Ocean View Rooms offer views of the ocean, with 2 single beds or 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults and 1 child under 12 in a rollaway bed.

Grand Club Garden View Rooms with 2 single beds or 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults and 1 child under 12 in a rollaway bed.

Grand Club Deluxe Rooms offer 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

All Grand Club Rooms are in a self-contained village with private club pool and have access to an exclusive club lounge, including a private concierge, complimentary daily Continental breakfast, all-day tea/coffee service and complimentary evening cocktail hour.

Garden Cafe (International cuisine), Salsa Verde (Italian cuisine), Pasar Senggol (night market and cultural show), The Watercourt Restaurant (Balinese cuisine), Nampu (Japanese cuisine), Salsa Bar, poolside bar and Veranda Lounge & Bar (afternoon tea and treats). 5 swimming pools including 120m lagoon pool, water slide, river pool and Balinese feature pool. Spa* with a selection of treatments to promote well being. Bay Club Fitness and health centre with state of the art gym, aerobics room, steam room, sauna and whirlpool. Water sports*, windsurfing, boogie boards, canoes and snorkelling. 3 tennis courts, 2 squash courts. Yoga and meditation sessions*. Grand Club Lounge (available exclusively to guests booking Grand Club Rooms). Kids' club* (3-12 years) includes visiting a temple, face-painting, Indonesian lessons, sandcastle competition. Shopping village. Laundry service*. Beauty salon*. Babysitting*.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

5 nights between 27 Dec-4 Jan.

 

* Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great Family resort

Oct 14, 2019 Donna B Melbourne, Australia

Great family resort, food was excellent but as you would expect very expensive then the two taxes added on. Staff are fantastic and very helpful if they understood english. When checking into your room need to make sure the aircon is working. Bali collection which is over the road which has shops and restaurants. It was good to go to Kuta,… Read more
Great family resort, food was excellent but as you would expect very expensive then the two taxes added on. Staff are fantastic and very helpful if they understood english. When checking into your room need to make sure the aircon is working. Bali collection which is over the road which has shops and restaurants. It was good to go to Kuta, Seminyak Legian and Ubud with all the hussle and bustle and shopping of course but even better coming back to a lovely and somewhat family friendly resort. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good hotel with amazing grounds

Oct 13, 2019 Avolga Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

It was a beautiful experience all together. The grounds of the hotel are by far the best I have seen, immaculately maintained with something for everyone. Very nice beach with variety of water sport activities is another one to mention. Although the rooms are slightly dated, it is compensated by the comfortable bed and immaculate room service. Our… Read more
It was a beautiful experience all together. The grounds of the hotel are by far the best I have seen, immaculately maintained with something for everyone. Very nice beach with variety of water sport activities is another one to mention. Although the rooms are slightly dated, it is compensated by the comfortable bed and immaculate room service. Our balcony overlooked the water lily pond which gave such a sense of serenity and beautiful way to start the day. The hotel is more family oriented, I.e if you want to dance the salsa away in the salsa bar, it is very quiet. I liked it as I returned home very well rested. Spa in the hotel is a must, beautiful, very professional, one to remember. A few comments, more constructive than negative: yoga classes prominently featuring among the fitness activities should be marked as subject to Interest from 2 people. It never happened to me as there was nobody to sign up and the instructor will not perform the class unless 2 people pay 300,000 each. I believe yoga these days gets offered among other gym classes as part of your membership and for the cost of staying in Hyatt should be included in the package or at least offered for 300,000IDR if only one person is interested. Another suggestion is to have the service charge as optional as I struggled to understand being charged the service for choosing my ice-cream from the freezer :) I served myself with it, which was odd. When I challenged it I was explained that it is the Hyatt’s policy Overall will happily come again next time with my children as hotel looks like having great facilities for them Read less
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Oct 13, 2019 Sightseer14428305463 Melbourne, Australia

If you are over the crowds and transport chaos, the Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua is just perfect for a relaxed holiday in immaculately kept and very beautiful grounds. Superb staff. Excellent food. Beautiful beach and pools.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Immaculate after 21 years

Oct 12, 2019 cendut Indonesia

Grand Hyatt was the first hotel I stayed at in Bali all those years ago. Having travelled to most of Western European countries, lots of Cities in the US, Japan, Hong Kong, I feel that even as a kid, I am well learned of the resort and hotel scene. The first time I set foot on this resort, it was paradise. The grounds was massive, the rooms were… Read more
Grand Hyatt was the first hotel I stayed at in Bali all those years ago. Having travelled to most of Western European countries, lots of Cities in the US, Japan, Hong Kong, I feel that even as a kid, I am well learned of the resort and hotel scene. The first time I set foot on this resort, it was paradise. The grounds was massive, the rooms were spacious, the pool was truly one of a kind, best one on the planet. That, was in the 90's. We visited this hotel again sometime in 1998, and last week, I wanted to share this nostalgic moment and took my kids and wife to try 3 nights on this property. I was not without my worries, as 21 years can really put down some wear and tear to a property. I didn't realise they did a huge renovation back in 2009, and when we got to the lobby area, it was surprisingly top notch. We sampled the four seasons and two aman properties in Bali, st regis, laguna, le Meridien, westin, all the ones with solid reviews. This one firmly took over first spot on that glimmering list. The hotel was indeed huge, disneyland-like, and did not feel old or dated at ALL. Great job! The decor is akin to grand hyatt singapore (although feels more modern), and the Siam Kempinski. We got upgraded to an executive suite. Weren't really clear why they did, but the room was a 149 sq metres penthouse suite with dinner table, huge balcony, two bathrooms overlooking a lotus pond. Similar in layout with the suite in st regis KL, although the wooden walls kinda feel like something from the last decade. Lagoon pool... wow. Back then I don't remember having a waterslide but now they have two. There is slide that is quite tall, not very tall, but enough to warrant multiple tries and did give us a very good time! My sons probably did over 100 slides between them over the course of 3 days. The lagoon has rock walls on them. Think a disney ride like indiana jones or something. Except you are not on a boat. The rocks also have a cave you can climb up to and exit to the other side of the pool. They also had two waterfalls. The pool is enormous... st regis and le meridien has lagoon pools but incomparable with this one. What st regis excels in is their pool is much quieter, much newer, and the 'props' look nicer. But they don't have caves! The pool can get pretty crowded, but due to the size you can always find quiet spots. Most of the people are grouping in areas, such as in front of the slide, near the pool bar etc and because it is so big you can always find a quiet personal spot just for your family. If I can give tips and advice, you have to start very early in order to get benches. People here leave their stuff on, like sunglasses or hats as early as 7 am, then actually using the pool sometime around 9. You can try that as well. We always find chairs and benches during our stay, but you want the ones under a tree as the heat is extreme. Very few bench comes with umbrellas, and without one it's a heatstroke waiting to happen. We also didn't spend much time on the beach as the sea is actually quite a distance from the beach. Maybe we came during lowtide season. But the sands are nice, clean, and very big. You can bring the hotel room umbrella and try to make your own protection against the sun.. we saw a guest did that. We put up our towel on the tree branch in a way it provides cover. I know most of you come for the tan but somehow the sun ray was... different. Hotel food is on the expensive side. As with most hotels. You also can visit the bali collection nearby for lunch and dinner. We had dinner at the Japanese restaurant, cost us 60us$ for 5 star restaurant food. The thing is, every time we order room service or some meal from the pool bar, it also cost us around 60$. Fried rice, fried noodle and french fries, versus restaurant quality grilled japanese unagi, udon and premium sushi, they cost the same. That is why I feel food is on the expensive side. Apart from the food and the sun, there is nothing i can fault Grand Hyatt Bali. To you concerned, this hotel does NOT feel old, outdated and all. The little things such as floor tiles and roof tiles does give you a feeling of the 90's, but they more than make up for it in every other area. Enjoy your stay! Read less
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Oct 10, 2019 819travel819 Perth, Australia

Very good lots of nice pools and waterslides.Room clean and larger than most with additional day bed in corner that could fit 2 small children or adult.Only one negative that there was no games room or anything for teenagers and no beach or pool sports so older kids got a bit bored but great for young as have kids club but you have to pay .