Finding Paradise in Grand Hyatt Bali

Like the fabled Balinese water palaces of old, Grand Hyatt Bali is a cluster of four ethnic villages set amid an interlinking system of cascading waterfalls, landscaped gardens and lagoons that meander through 41 acres of gardens in Nusa Dua.

Some 636 guestrooms are appointed in a variety of rich woods and fabrics. All rooms have individually controlled air-conditioning, humidity control, separate shower booth and bath, cable TV, international direct-dial telephone, personal safe, hairdryer and balcony.

The decor adopts an organic theme, using natural teakwood and marble from central Java, with a colour palette of cream, pastel olive green, honey, amber, taupe and accents of orange to highlight the light, airy feeling of the sun-streaked rooms. Fabrics used in the design were specially commissioned by local artisans to reflect the culture of Bali in a modern style, and artworks of rice terraces at sunset and special mood lighting enhance the warm, natural tones of the guestrooms.

Each of the contemporary Balinese-inspired rooms has its own private balcony with ocean, lagoon or garden views. A unique feature is an alcove area with a daybed for lounging that can be converted into a sleeping bay for children.

The Grand Club assures an extra level of personalised service and amenities, with a private swimming pool, concierge and butler service. Here the rooms are the size of suites, some on split level, with spacious bathrooms and balconies that open out to the tranquil water gardens and the sea.

For those who aim to live like Balinese royalty, Grand Hyatt Bali provides the options of Grand Suites, Grand Executive Suites, Ambassador Suites, Presidential Suites and three deluxe villas.

With five hotel restaurants to choose from, Grand Hyatt Bali offers a wide range of international cuisines, including Balinese dishes served in a traditional “night market” at Pasar Senggol. The Watercourt serves breakfast and it is an ideal venue for private dinner functions surrounded by beautiful clear water lily pond, a buzzing poolside and beachfront Italian dining at Salsa Verde, genuine international specialties from the best of Asia and Europe’s myriad of cuisine at the Garden Café, and Nampu, the hotel’s Japanese restaurant offering sushi and sashimi, yakitori and teppanyaki dishes.

The intimate Salsa Bar is elevated 40 feet above the ground, giving guests a spectacular view of the Indian Ocean. Located directly off the main lobby, the Veranda Lounge and Bar is the ideal place to relax while taking in garden and ocean views.

For the active, The Bay Club Fitness and Health Centre features a state-of-the-art gymnasium, aerobics studio, glass-back squash courts, steam and dry sauna, whirlpools and plunge pools. There are five swimming pools to choose from at Grand Hyatt Bali, as well as three floodlit tennis courts, a jogging trail, and a putting and chipping green. Water sports include windsurfing, outrigger sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling and canoeing.

Each of the contemporary Balinese-inspired rooms has its own private balcony with ocean, lagoon or garden views. A unique feature is an alcove area with a daybed for lounging that can be converted into a sleeping bay for children.

The Grand Club assures an extra level of personalised service and amenities, with a private swimming pool, concierge and butler service. Here the rooms are the size of suites, some on split level, with spacious bathrooms and balconies that open out to the tranquil water gardens and the sea.

For those who aim to live like Balinese royalty, Grand Hyatt Bali provides the options of Grand Suites, Grand Executive Suites, Ambassador Suites, Presidential Suites and three deluxe villas.

With five hotel restaurants to choose from, Grand Hyatt Bali offers a wide range of international cuisines, including Balinese dishes served in a traditional “night market” at Pasar Senggol. The Watercourt serves breakfast and it is an ideal venue for private dinner functions surrounded by beautiful clear water lily pond, a buzzing poolside and beachfront Italian dining at Salsa Verde, genuine international specialties from the best of Asia and Europe’s myriad of cuisine at the Garden Café, and Nampu, the hotel’s Japanese restaurant offering sushi and sashimi, yakitori and teppanyaki dishes.

The intimate Salsa Bar is elevated 40 feet above the ground, giving guests a spectacular view of the Indian Ocean. Located directly off the main lobby, the Veranda Lounge and Bar is the ideal place to relax while taking in garden and ocean views.

For the active, The Bay Club Fitness and Health Centre features a state-of-the-art gymnasium, aerobics studio, glass-back squash courts, steam and dry sauna, whirlpools and plunge pools. There are five swimming pools to choose from at Grand Hyatt Bali, as well as three floodlit tennis courts, a jogging trail, and a putting and chipping green. Water sports include windsurfing, outrigger sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling and canoeing.

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