Meliá Bali immerses guests in the exotic heart and soul of Bali. Everything from the vast tropical gardens to the thatched-roof buildings and meandering lagoon-style pool evokes the ambiance of a sanctuary and brings the essence of Bali.
Set on the beautiful gleaming white Nusa Dua Beach, the hotel faces a tranquil lagoon fringed as far as the eye can see by a coral reef. The beachfront resort is designed for families: the safe surroundings and qualified attendants create an environment where parents can relax and children can enjoy every minute of their stay.
The entire experience for the guest is personalised by the staff in their daily service. And to keep healthy on your holiday, join the hotel sport activities programs such as yoga, pool stretching and gymnastics, water volleyball, water basketball, canoeing, beach volleyball, water polo, beach soccer, and cycling tours.
The resort also offers a large lagoon-style swimming pool, two floodlit tennis courts, paddle tennis, badminton, basketball, table tennis, giant chess, a jogging track nearby, daily games, and scheduled activities arranged by the Entertainment Team.
Meliá Bali is the first property of Meliá Hotels International outside Spain, built on 26 acres of land in Nusa Dua, southern Bali. Its unique architecture was created by Mr. Emilio Nadal from Spain, who researched and studied Balinese architecture and lifestyle for a year in Bali prior to taking on the assignment.
Sustainable tourism and practices
Meliá Bali was the first hotel in Asia and one of only five hotels in the world to be given the distinction of EarthCheck Platinum Certification for Environmental Practices. Only those organisations that can consistently demonstrate operational practices that adhere to the highest environmental standards over a period of 10 years can receive the much-coveted Platinum Certification. The EarthCheck Program is focused on maximising operational efficiencies to minimise CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) emissions while supporting host communities. It looks at key environmental indicators—such as energy and water consumption and total waste production—as well as community commitment, to determine the level of performance.
The resort integrates nature and holiday, providing pleasure in a glorious fusion of greenery and smiles. It is the reflection of the perfect family paradise. Meliá Bali is a resort which not only offers guests fantastic value, but also a look at true Balinese hospitality.
Written By: Carol Beber