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: 25 minutes.

Hotel information

636 rooms 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 Lovely Bali Resort

Jan 24, 2020 Kathleen D Sydney, Australia

Beautiful hotel in Nusa Dua. The grounds are lovely (but there are a lot of them - the property is huge) and the room we had was very large and comfortable. We tried 3 pools - all great (try the Bay Club pool a bit cooler and seemed unknown as they were only a few of us there - adults only) and the beach which was clean and clear. If you want to… Read more
Beautiful hotel in Nusa Dua. The grounds are lovely (but there are a lot of them - the property is huge) and the room we had was very large and comfortable. We tried 3 pools - all great (try the Bay Club pool a bit cooler and seemed unknown as they were only a few of us there - adults only) and the beach which was clean and clear. If you want to escape the resort the Bali Collection is next door - plenty of shopping and restaurants - a 7 minute leisurely walk (my son timed it). We hired push bikes ($6 for 4 hours) and rode along the beach front - not that long so you wouldn’t need 6 hours but there are a few little market stalls, restaurants and bars along the way as well as all the other resorts. Stop at the ‘water blow’ if it is high tide or just for a great view. Go right to the end for a larger market (follow signs to ‘art and craft market’), next to Club Med - a couple of rows of stalls. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good service & beautiful hotel

Jan 24, 2020 PCASquad Stockholm, Sweden

We came early and had to wait 6 hours for a room. They upgraded us to a suite which was nice. Booked an ocean view room after our first 3 nights and they gave us a room with a really loud AC plus it was either too cold or too hot. After a sleepless night they gave us another room that had a great view and silent AC. They did their best to… Read more
We came early and had to wait 6 hours for a room. They upgraded us to a suite which was nice. Booked an ocean view room after our first 3 nights and they gave us a room with a really loud AC plus it was either too cold or too hot. After a sleepless night they gave us another room that had a great view and silent AC. They did their best to accomodate us and we appreciate that! The service was really good and friendly. Specially the staff in breakfast area. Great breakfast buffet! So much to choose from. Big gym with most equipment. Good pools and well maintained gardens. This place is beautiful! We had a good week there. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Balinese Bliss at its Best- AN EXCEPTIONAL RESORT-in the 'Land of the Gods'

Jan 23, 2020 DTPUNTER London, United Kingdom

Rarely do I get to write a piece that commends a hotel than this one. As I am ultra critical of all hotels and restaurants that I have visited worldwide and many full short of five star expectations in my opinion. Our holiday journey from beginning to end was seamless with a level of anticipatory service unsurpassed by your competitors. I was… Read more
Rarely do I get to write a piece that commends a hotel than this one. As I am ultra critical of all hotels and restaurants that I have visited worldwide and many full short of five star expectations in my opinion. Our holiday journey from beginning to end was seamless with a level of anticipatory service unsurpassed by your competitors. I was pleased that the Hotel Manager, Amit Gurung and his team, Agus –Director of Rooms and Ayu –Assistant director of rooms all on individual occasions reach out to us throughout our stay and were a delight to talk to with a genuine desire to ensure every step of our holiday journey was magic and memorable. It is the highly trained people in this hotel that make it a really special hospitality holiday or conference venue – in my view the grounds and the buildings are an expected given. Having visited this hotel some 25 years ago as a much younger man I was pleased to see it is still remains a beautiful established resort hotel that allows for security, privacy, comfort and tranquillity within the hotels extensive setting of lush manicured grounds and water gardens. Now with quite a lot of wildlife at the doorstep of your room. Our Suite room number 2342 in the East Village was perfectly position with a vista over the grounds and the beach beyond with easy access to the Grand Club lounge and Club Pool. The Grand Club Lounge offering sumptuous daily fare both international and local Indonesian fusion food –early evening drinks and nibbles are a must, top tip - if its not on show just ask for it and they are happy to accommodate different tastes. All this facility was excellently supported by Mr Urip Ariawan the Club Manager and his diligent team notably Wiji ,Norman, Yuni, Suariyanti all knowledgeable and consistently engaging he should be proud of his achievements. Nothing was too much trouble; he is an exceptionally gifted hospitality individual whose proactive service approach allowed us to relax in the knowledge with the fact that he knew what we wished for on every occasion without the effort of thinking of it ourselves each time. The Club Lounge is a breath of fresh air, we were lucky there were few children during our stay, however if children are allowed this needs to be managed carefully (with patrons reminded of their obligations) as not everyone wants a holiday surrounded by children allowed by thoughtless parents to run free around the Club space.-However, we were lucky during our stay. Whilst, I know that other hotel recently opened may have the initial visual wow factor also – having stepped in for dinner at the Koral Restaurant in the Kempinski Hotel just up the road – I was left feeling underwhelmed, poorly trained staff, tasteless food and a soulless setting. The food was superbly presented yet tasteless and sterile. The Restaurant was difficult to find on our own from the lobby with no one willing to show us how to get there. Lots of staff doing nothing, no management or direction given. Avoid waste of time Better to go to watch the sun -setting over cocktails then dinner at the restaurant -La Lucciola or Ku De Ta in Seminyak. Highly recommended –although 45 min plus to get there before sunset. The soul of the Grand Hyatt Bali is in its people, its offering of food venues the Japanese Nampu restaurant and the Pasar Senggol themed open air Balinese Restaurant is a real joy of Balinese culture and fantastic food on offer –not to be missed at least for one evening of your stay. I loved the fact that this resort (although an international brand) it still had a real nod to the Balinese culture at every turn, through clever landscaping and sculptured features. Indeed a few minutes walk outside of the hotel gates is the Bali Collection an open-air boutique shopping area with a collection of alternative restaurants I understand that in time the hotel will go through stages of further room refurbishments, which will only serve to enhance the hotel more to the modern travellers needs. I can not recommend this hotel enough to future patrons who wish to enjoy the land of the Gods from the comfort of a great base to explore Bali with its sheer natural beauty of looming volcanoes and lush terraced rice fields that exude peace and serenity. It is also famous for surfers' paradise too. Good to visit any time of year as it does not get the full force of the monsoon due to its location. If it rains for one hour within moments its gone again and glorious sunshine returns. To management My only slight criticism -get another professional hospitality photographer (Susannah Fields from London) to take the pictures on your web page as the photos of the grounds etc do not give it the justice that it deserves. Its far better in real life and i do not feel the photos fully capture the essence of that. Just my own opinion. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Grand Club not so Grand

Jan 23, 2020 cyam12 Melbourne, Australia

We stayed here recently in a Club Room. The room was lovely and the service was great but what let this hotel down was the food. Club food usually has delicious nibbles before dinner. The nibbles were there but inedible as was the breakfast. In the morning we only found bacon as someone else was eating it. It was hidden away in the kitchen no… Read more
We stayed here recently in a Club Room. The room was lovely and the service was great but what let this hotel down was the food. Club food usually has delicious nibbles before dinner. The nibbles were there but inedible as was the breakfast. In the morning we only found bacon as someone else was eating it. It was hidden away in the kitchen no signs saying you could even order it, along with my daughters eggs Benedict. Again we saw another person eating this and ordered it. There was an egg station but that was not on it. Communication and the Chefs need improving. The pools were lovely and the grounds beautiful but food really let this hotel down. Very very disappointing. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Memories to treasure in this lifetime

Jan 21, 2020 Cel D Singapore, Singapore

We stayed for 3nights and we are truly delighted that we chose Grand Hyatt Nusa Dua to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. First, they upgraded us from King Bed Ocean View to King Executive room- free of charge! When we entered the room, they decorated it for the occasion- flowers, basket of fruits and the bed with pink rose petals and Happy… Read more
We stayed for 3nights and we are truly delighted that we chose Grand Hyatt Nusa Dua to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. First, they upgraded us from King Bed Ocean View to King Executive room- free of charge! When we entered the room, they decorated it for the occasion- flowers, basket of fruits and the bed with pink rose petals and Happy Anniversary Greetings. We also reserve a Romantic Dinner for our family by the beach and they really prepared for it! Flowers, table setting, service, the trio who played songs for us and the food- all exceptional! I am really lost of good words to describe.. facilities- beach, pool, restaurant- my son called it paradise! We will definitely be back again! Read less