Nusa Dua is a little piece of Balinese paradise, at the extreme tip of the Bukit peninsula, with long stretches of beach whose shapes create the contours of golden sandy coves. A fashionable site for well to do travelers, this isolated and protected site is a perfect escape from the difficulties and annoyances of daily life. All is sun, peace and sensuality. There’s nothing here to disturb the serenity that surrounds the place, not even the shouts of vendors selling their wares on the beach, since only a handful of privileged guests are permitted to enter this access controlled sanctuary dedicated to luxury and relaxation.
Since 1973, upscale restaurants and hotels have appeared on the Nusa Dua coast, which has become the most expensive destination on the island of Bali, and is ideal for taking advantage of the different surfing areas or for a game of golf at one of the numerous courses on the domain.
If solitude is what you desire, far from the constraints and hardships of the outside world, the island of Bali possesses a small, well-preserved and isolated corner of paradise. On the eastern tip of the Bukit peninsula, the Nusa Dua beach welcomes well to do visitors in search of rest and anonymity. There is nothing here to trouble the absolute tranquility of the site, not even the habitual vendors selling their wares, since access to the beach is strictly controlled. This golden sand paradise is ideal for an authentic and solitary retreat. On the heights of Bukit, The Balé, a jewel in the crown of Balinese hotels, lies in the heart of one and a half hectare of delicately blended fine sand and lush vegetation. The 26 buildings designed by Indonesian architect, Anthony Liu, have pure, resolutely contemporary lines whose outlines seem to embrace the neighboring landscape. The hotel is an almost virginal enclave with a sober and minimalist elegance. Only available to guests over the age of sixteen, The Balé assures them of a vacation dedicated to relaxation and escape. A high point of the hotel is the spa that offers a wide variety of face and body treatments based on tradition Balinese massage techniques. The Balé is the perfect choice for anyone seeking serenity with style.
“At The Balé, we want guests to feel at home and not at a resort. We do everything possible so that they relax and take advantage of their stay here with their companion. The idea is to spoil them with personalized service, made to order meals, and health treatments, all in an atmosphere of total discretion.” – José Luis Calle, hotel director
Five stars / Member Small Luxury Hotels of the World / Luxury / Private beach club / Gourmet restaurant with Spa cuisine / In-room dining / Poolside Lounge Bar / Wellness seminars & workshops / Gym / Library / Children over 16 admitted
Open all year
29 pavilions with private pool
Double occupancy from 417 euros
Denpasar-Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) - Kuta
Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan. P.O. Box 76
Between 18 and 25 hours according to the destination
The country is in three time zones
Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, west and center: + 5 hours in summer/ + 6 in winter
Bali, Nusa Tengara, Kalimantan east and south and Sulawesi : +6 hours in summer / + 8 hours in winter
Irian, Jaya and the Moluccas : +7hours in summer / +8 hours in winter
Two seasons : The hard dry monsoon (May to October), the humid monsoon (November to April)
Temperatures vary between 22 and 34°C ion and land 26 to 29°C in the sater
Passport valid six months after date of return
Visa required (before departure from an embassy – valid 60 days, or upon arrival at the airport – valid 30 days)
No vaccination necessary
The Indonesian rupee (rupiah) (DR) or Rp
Bahasa Indonesian is the official language
English, Dutch, Javanese, Sundanese, Balinese, Minang, Bugis
More than 400 languages and dialects
Book by phone
+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).