The Island of Happiness

December 11, 2018 - Travel

This luxury resort at the famous Nusa Dua Beach on Bali, the »Island of Happiness«, provides everything that could be desired by the most discerning of guests: 24-hour butler service, nine restaurants and bars, a luxurious spa, a private beach and water sports centre, and every conceivable comfort and luxury. Set in tropical gardens overlooking the beach, The Mulia Bali enchants its guests with 111 exclusive suites and the adjacent Mulia Villas, a complex of 108 spacious, luxury villas.

Guests of the Mulia Bali and the Mulia Villas have exclusive access to two large, separate pools, along with the four pools in the hotel complex. The Oasis Pool is particularly inviting. Lined with huge Balinese statues, this infinity pool seems to merge into the Indian Ocean. Despite the large number of rooms and pools on offer at the resort, you still always have the feeling you are enjoying a very private, luxury holiday.

At The Spa, guests are spoilt for choice with Western, Balinese and Vietnamese body and facial treatments, sophisticated wellness retreats and the latest cold treatments in the region's one-and-only ice room, designed specially for the resort by an award-winning spa designer. No matter how hot it is outside, the spherical, illuminated chamber has been specially designed for heat and cold therapy and is beautifully refreshing with its fountain of ice crystals.
A special highlight is the two-hour Mother-of-Pearl treatment, where a mixture of exclusive pearl dust and salt crystals exfoliate the skin until it is baby-soft. The luxury package is rounded off by a traditional Balinese massage.

For those who like to do more than laze around, the hotel offers a wide range of sports activities. The fitness centre offers everything from yoga, Pilates and Zumba classes to meditation, boot camp and combat sessions. There is also a tennis court, water sports centre and a golf course nearby.

Whether you’ve had a relaxing or active day at The Mulia Bali, the highlight is always an exquisite dinner. With nine restaurants and bars, the hotel offers a wide range of cuisine. In just a few daysyou can take a culinary tour of the world, enjoying Mediterranean cuisine and sea views at the Restaurant Soleil, Japanese food at Edogin or Chinese dishes in an oriental atmosphere at Table 8.


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