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The Secret To The Best Hotel Location In Bali, Indonesia Oct 27

Bali has become Indonesia ’s most popular vacation destination offering many luxurious Bali hotels that will make your stay a memorable experience. We recommend these hotels.

Nikko Bali Resort

Nikko Bali Resort & Spa commands a stunning outlook from its 40-metre cliff tower with spectacular panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and secluded white sandy private beaches, the Nikko Bali Resort and Spa embraces the mystique of Bali, with its bewildering natural charm, beauty and culture. Situated on Bali’s most southern tip Nusa Dua, the Nikko Bali Resort and Spa conveniently is located 5 minutes from the 18-hole world class golf course and shopping centre and 25 minutes drive from Bali’s International Airport. The 390 guestrooms at the hotel are generously spacious and exude the natural warmth of local culture with comfortable simplicity.You can experience various gastronomic excellences in the resorts restaurants along with traditional show performances at the authentic Balinese Amphitheatre.

Padma Resort Bali At Legian combines Balinese hospitality with modern facilities to provide an enjoyable holiday experience. Padma Resort is situated on Legian’s sunset beach in Bali. Padma Resort in Bali offers deluxe, garden club and premier club chalets that feature Balinese interiors. The deluxe and presidential suites include a kitchen and separate living and dining area. Visitors of Padma Resort Bali At Legian can purchase souvenirs from Sarasvati Boutique. Recreational facilities of the hotel include a swimming pool, tennis court and kiddies club. Guests can pay a visit to ancient temples of Bali such as Pura Masopahit and Pura Jagatnatha.

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is set over 10 hectares lush land with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and Tanah Lot Temple. It also has 18-hole world class Greg Norman golf course.
Located in the heart of Bali’s southwest coast, the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali is only 45 minutes drive from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. This property also has West Bali National Park, Waterbom, Mt. Batur, Uluwatu Temple, Puri Saren Palace and The Blanco Renaissance Museum in its surroundings.The Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali offers a variety of dining options that serve Western, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Indonesian cuisines in casual setting. Sunset Lounge is the place to observe the sunset at Tanah Lot, over refreshing cocktails.
It also features spa, squash court, golf course, tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool, jacuzzi and fitness centre for recreation.

Ayana Resort & Spa Bali is elegantly set on limestone cliffs above the Indian Ocean offering complete sanctuary and immersion in Bali’s mystical culture welcoming guests all over the globe.
The resort features 368 luxurious guest rooms, suites and villas that are modern and well equipped with all the sophisticated amenities for a pleasurable stay. Guests can please their taste buds with mouth watering cuisines served at any of the on-site restaurants such as Padi, Sami Samiand Kisik Bar and Grillan. You can avail the benefits of the 22,000 square metres Thermes Marins Thalasso spa complex with the world’s largest Aquatonic Seawater Therapy Pool and the spa on the rocks. Take a refreshing dip at the freshwater swimming pool, play a game of golf or tennis or even workout a sweat at the fitness centre and maintain your health regime.

So what are you waiting for start planning your much deserved holiday with Bali travel guide.

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