Grand Hyatt Hotel in Nusa Dua, Bali

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Updated: February 24, 2023

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Hotel Essentials
• Location: On wonderful Nusa Dua Beach
• Hotel website:
• Hotel phone: +62 (0)361 771 234
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Beach resort in Nusa Dua, Bali.

The magnificent beach in front of the Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua is naturally shaded, pristine, clean, and secluded, with calm water and soft white sand.

Grand Hyatt – Massive and convenient, with world-class facilities and one of Bali’s finest beaches.

The lobby of this enormous resort sets the tone with its lotus ponds, thatched roof, and welcoming staff. Most accommodations are in ‘villages’ in traditionally designed buildings spread over expansive gardens. Rooms and suites are spacious, feature a wide balcony or patio facing the sea or gardens, and designed with Asian décor. The luxurious villas offer seclusion, a beachfront setting, and a large private pool. The curved beach has clean white sand and calm shallow water. Other perks include the five shady pools (some with a swim-up bar), floodlit tennis courts, an outdoor boutique mall, and water sports center. For the family, there are many activities like the beach playground, children’s pool, extra-long waterslides, and energetic kids club.

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Grand Hyatt – The Location

  • Area: Faces a glorious beach, more spacious and tranquil than Bali’s other tourist regions. Conveniently within walking distance of the Bali Collection shopping mall (see later).
  • Address: Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua BTDC. Midway along the main road through the gated complex of luxury resorts at Nusa Dua, an upmarket tourist region in southern Bali.
  • How to Get There: The only way to/from the airport is by metered taxi or a chartered car with a driver. Takes about 25 minutes (13km via the tollway), depending on traffic.
  • Handy to: Bali Collection mall. Café/bars at The Bay Bali. Headland with views and temples.

Grand Hyatt – The Basics

  • Guests: Caters well to all – from couples on a romantic getaway to families on a fun-filled holiday.
  • Kids Club: Camp Hyatt has excellent facilities, including indoor and shady outside areas, trampoline, and mini golf. Plenty of activities, such as beach soccer, traditional art, and kite-making. Two waterslides.
  • Beach: One of the longest and loveliest beaches in Bali. Very scenic, with immaculate white sand and calm shallow water.
  • Views: Many rooms boast sea views, while others overlook the gardens and/or pools.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Most villas have a private pool and jacuzzi.
  • Parking: Plenty of free and secure spots, but think long and hard before driving anywhere in Bali.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +62 (0)361 771 234
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Grand Hyatt – Amenities

  • Pool: Five pools, all with natural shade. Some with swim-up bars. Two waterslides (one is 50m long) and separate pools for adults, children, and toddlers.
  • Spa: The Kriya Spa wonderfully fuses modern equipment with traditional methods and treatments.
  • Fitness Center: The Bay Club Fitness and Health Center is open 24 hours with a great selection of equipment—plus squash courts, yoga studio, sauna, whirlpool, steam room, and plunge pool.
  • For Families: Particularly inviting playground on the beach. Excellent kids club. Children’s and toddlers’ pools. Baby-sitting. Games room.
  • Activities: Floodlit tennis courts. Water sports center. Putting green. Jogging track. Ping pong. Yoga classes. Squash courts.
  • Other Facilities: Outdoor shopping mall (some temporarily closed). Hindu Temple. Beauty Salon. Business Center.

Grand Hyatt – Food and Drink

  • Restaurants: Salsa Verde – Beachfront, sophisticated Italian fare, seafood, pasta, and pizza. Open all day. • Watercourt – Designed like a Balinese water palace. Offers international and Indonesian food, breakfast buffet, lunch, and dinner. • Nampu – Tasteful Japanese restaurant with an open-plan kitchen and teppanyaki room. • Garden Café – All-day dining near the lobby. Charming garden setting and impressive range of Asian and Western food. • Pasar Senggol – Designed like a traditional pasar (market). Stalls sell a range of Indonesian food and grilled fish. At the amphitheater, with Balinese music/dance. Three nights a week. • Le Petit Chef – Hip bistro with degustation menus. Open Thursday to Sunday with two sessions. Bookings essential.
  • Bars: Salsa Bar – On the rooftop above Salsa Verde. Panoramic views and intimate setting. • Poolside Bar – Cocktails, juices, beers, and light meals alongside the main pool. • Grand Club Lounge – For club members only. Breakfast, canapes, and cocktails at dusk. • Veranda Lounge & Bar – Impressive sea views. Famous for signature cocktails, afternoon tea, and live music.
  • Breakfast: Included for club members. Otherwise, pay when booking or on each day.
  • Room Service: Available 24/7. Some villas offer 24-hour butler service.

Grand Hyatt – Rooms

  • Room Types: Villa Belibis • Villa Beratan • Villa Tamblingan • Presidential Suite • Ambassador Suite • Grand Suite King • Grand Executive Suite Twin • Club Executive Suite King • Club Executive Suite Twin • Grand Executive Suite King • 1 King Bed Club Access • 2 Twin Beds Club Access • 1 Kind Bed Club Access Deluxe • 2 Twins Beds Club Access Deluxe • 1 Kind Bed Ocean View Club Access • 2 Twin Beds Ocean View Club Access • 1 King Bed • 2 Twin Beds • 1 King Bed Ocean View • 2 Twin Beds Ocean View • List of all Rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: No smoking in the rooms or public areas, but permitted elsewhere.
  • Best Room: Hard to ignore Villa Beratan (two bedrooms) or Villa Tamblingan (three bedrooms). Both are ultra-luxurious. Face the beach with a large private pool.
  • For Families: Most rooms can convert the sofa into a single bed, and some rooms and suites have connecting doors. A few villas have two or three bedrooms. Surprisingly, no accommodations are specifically designed for families.

Grand Hyatt – Local Transport

  • Walking & Cycling: Walking along the beachside path is often quicker – and certainly more scenic – than the main streets through Nusa Dua. These streets are flat and comparatively quiet and ideal for cycling. Ask reception about renting a bike.
  • Cars & Taxis: Driving anywhere in Bali is not recommended, but renting a car is possible and should be arranged through the resort. Metered taxis are abundant, cheap, comfortable, and the best option for anywhere in southern Bali. For longer trips, charter a car with a driver. Also, organize this through the resort.
  • Motorbikes: These are easy to rent (ask at the resort) and helpful in getting around Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa – less so elsewhere in southern Bali. A popular mode of transport is a motorbike taxi called an ojek—book one using the downloadable apps Grab and Gojek.

Grand Hyatt – What’s Nearby?

Best Nearby Restaurants & Bars

Of course, guests at the Grand Hyatt can eat and drink at any of the other resorts nearby, such as:

South via the beachside path is:

  • Warung Yasa Segara Bengiat Five-star setting alongside the beachside path with two-star prices. Famous for tasty meals and cheerful service. Did we mention the fabulous location? 400m south via the beachside path.

There are also a couple of options at the Bali Collection mall (see below) within walking distance (about 300m).

  • Bebek Tepi Sawah Restaurant – Pleasant outdoor setting. Specializes in roast duck, but other options available. Less than a 10-minute walk north via the main road; then follow the signs.

Most places at the Bay Bali, about 250m north along the beachside path, were also forced to close in 2020-21. These two are worth visiting, if only for the glorious setting facing the beach between the two headlands:

  • Bebek Bengil Dirty Duck Diner – Shady, breezy, and comfortable seating. Popular for crispy roast duck, but other menu items are available (mostly Indonesian).
  • Nusa Restaurant – Impressive menu with some ‘Western fusion’ options. Excellent service and is not as expensive as imagined. Colorful beanbags along the path. Also, a pool for guests.
  • Beachside Path – A number of simple and inexpensive cafés are also lined along the access path to the northern headland, about 500m from the resort via the beachside path.

Nearby Shops

  • Sadly, most places to eat, drink, and shop at the Bali Collection shopping mall in central Nusa Dua were forced to close in 2020-21. Some had reopened by mid-2022 and more will open up later. This delightful outdoor shopping center is only 300m north of the resort via the main road. (The free shuttle bus, once provided by Bali Collection, may recommence and pick up passengers at the resort.)

Grand Hyatt – The Hotel

A couple walks on a sidewalk next to the road.

The resort is in the finest part of Nusa Dua, a gated complex of luxury resorts in southern Bali.

The drive under a canopy to the Grand Hyatt resort.

The open-air lobby and arrival area with views of the ocean.

Colorful red and yellow umbrellas line the white marble walkway to the lobby.

A covered walkway from the drive to the check-in desks.

The silhouette of a man playing a rindik with a view of the ocean and gardens behind him.

A musician plays the rindik, a bamboo instrument, in the lobby.

From the lobby of the hotel a Lilly pond sits still.

The resort is spacious and modern.

A map of the Grand Hyatt grounds sits on the edge of a path.

The resort is so enormous that there are maps around the grounds to help navigate.

A golf card sits waiting to be used.

The staff drives golf carts to transport guests around the grounds.

Lounge chairs line the beach under a tree.

One major reason why guests stay at the Grand Hyatt is the glorious beach just outside.

Lounge chairs line the beach.

All sorts of chairs line the sand for guests of the Grand Hyatt.

A volleyball net stretches across the beach.

There’s a beach volleyball court.

A building with blue paddle boards next to it.

The water sports center.

Guests play in the pool.

There are five pools across the vast property.

A blue waterslide runs down a green hill and opens up into the pool.

Kids love the extra-long water slide that empties into one of the pools.

Lounge chairs sit next to a long pool.

The main pool meanders across the beachside area.

A row of cushioned lounge chairs sit under a frangipani tree by the pool.

Frangipani trees line both sides of the main pool.

A man swims in the circular River Pool.

The River pool is surrounded by rocks and flowers.

Cushioned lounge chairs sit by the pool.

There are plenty of places to relax around the five pools at the resort.

The outside of the Grand Hyatt building.

All rooms and suites are in several gigantic buildings.

Two twin beds.

Guests can choose from 20 different types of rooms, suites, and villas. Some with private pools and jacuzzis.

Two chairs and a table sit on a patio next to a garden.

Each room and suite has a terrace or balcony overlooking the gardens, pools, or facing the sea.

A large sofa fills the entire corner.

Some rooms and suites have a cute sofa in an alcove that can easily convert into another single bed.

A tub and walk-in shower.

A standout feature in all the rooms and suites is the marble bathroom.

A building with toys and small chairs around it.

The impressive Kids Club, for ages 3 to 12 years old, is inside a separate building near the beach.

Playground slides.

Youngsters love the playground on the beach at the Grand Hyatt.

An orange tiled roofed building with shops.

This is part of the delightful outdoor shopping mall within the resort grounds.

Clothing hangs on racks in a shop.

One of the boutique shops.

Tables sit on a cement porch.

The resort offers ten places to eat and drink, including the lovely Garden Cafe.

Staff prepare dishes at a buffet.

A very extensive buffet breakfast is served at the Garden Cafe at the Grand Hyatt.

A wood table sites by a lilly pond.

The Watercourt restaurant at the resort is currently closed.

Tables and chairs sit on a wood floor.

Salsa Verde Italian restaurant offers seats facing the resort pool and the beach.

Chairs and tables at the outdoor Veranda lounges.

The Veranda Lounge and Bar overlooks the ocean from the lobby and offers afternoon tea, cakes, coffee, smoothies, ice cream, cocktails, and cigars.

Chairs sit around a bar in the sand.

The beach lounge offers delicious food while sitting by the ocean in the sun.

Green umbrellas cover whicker tables and chairs.

Only a 400m stroll south via the beachside path, Warung Yasa Segara offers a top-class setting and an inexpensive menu.

A wood deck with wicker and wood tables and chairs sits by the beach.

Guests at the Grand Hyatt can visit restaurants and bars at other resorts accessible via the beachside path.

Purple floor cushions sit next to small wooden tables.

Only 250m north of the resort via the beachside path, the cozy Bebek Bengil Dirty Duck Diner specializes in roast duck.

Colorful bean bag seats line a beachside path.

Next to Bebek Bengil (see above) is the delightful Nusa Restaurant.

A menu sign that reads, Warung Naya's.

A line of simple and inexpensive cafes can be found 500m away, along the access path to the northern headland in central Nusa Dua.

A fountain and pond with a sign that reads, Bali Collection.

The Bali Collection shopping mall is easy to find about 300m north of the resort.

A sign reads, Opening Soon.

Sadly, most places at the Bali Collection mall closed in 2020-21, but many are reopening.

A big rock with carved with the words, Bebek Tepi Sawah.

At the Bali Collection mall, only 300m from the resort, Bebek Tepi Sawah is famous for its roast duck.

A path goes by several structures along the beach.

This beachside path extends along the entire length of Nusa Dua and stretches north into the adjoining area of Tanjung Benoa.

A vender stands with hats and beach items.

The beachside path that passes the resort is lined with stalls.

A man rides his bike on a path next to the beach.

Cycling along the beachside path is delightful.

A sign on the beach reads Water Sports Activities.

All sorts of water sports can be arranged at kiosks and vendors along the beach near the resort. Otherwise, arrange this at the resort.

Paddle boards, canoes, and life jackets sit under a canopy on the beach.

The beaches at Nusa Dua are ideal for paddle boards.

Two flags on either end of the beach blow in the wind.

The water at Nusa Dua may seem calm, but it’s still advisable to swim between the flags. Check rates and availability: Grand Hyatt

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