Hyatt Regency in Sanur, Bali

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Updated: May 1, 2023

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Hotel Essentials
• Location: Facing the beach in downtown Sanur (in southern Bali) and about 25 minutes from the airport.
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• Hotel phone: +62 (0)361 281 234
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A blue pool sits next to the beach and is surrounded by trees.

The main pool at the Hyatt is framed by frangipani trees and has views of the beach.

Hyatt Regency – Newly renovated with world-class facilities and unimaginably vast gardens.

After major (and much-needed) renovations in recent years, the Hyatt is firmly back as one of Bali’s premier resorts. The grounds are massive enough for guests to need maps, and with so many ponds, plants, trees, and lawns, it resembles a city botanical garden. The vast array of rooms and suites feature a sizable balcony or patio; many are large enough to fit in a king-sized bed easily. There are also plenty of accommodations for families. Youngsters love the children’s pool, playground, and spacious Camp Hyatt kids club. Adults relish all the superb facilities of this renovated five-star resort, and everyone enjoys the immaculately maintained beach, three pools, and range of water sports. Remarkably, this is in downtown Sanur, with many places to eat, drink, and shop along the main road and beachside path (perfect for walking and cycling).

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Hyatt Regency – The Location

  • Area: Top location in central Sanur. A little quieter and less developed in the immediate area, but enough shops, cafés, and other facilities along the road and beachside path within a 10-minute stroll.
  • Address: Jalan Danau Tamblingan road No 89 The reception is back from the main road through Sanur, a more relaxed tourist region in southern Bali. Most guests use the pedestrian entrance along the beachside path.
  • How to Get There: The only way to/from the airport is by metered taxi or a chartered car with a driver. This takes about 25 minutes (15km), depending on traffic.

Hyatt Regency – The Basics

  • Guests: Appeals to all – from couples on romantic holidays to large families seeking fun activities.
  • Kids’ Club: The spacious Camp Hyatt offers all sorts of activities for ages three to 12. Also, an outdoor playground. Fully supervised and open from 9 am to 6 pm daily.
  • Beach: Wide, clean, and beautifully maintained by the hotel for guests. Like all others in Sanur, it’s not private (despite what the hotel may claim)
  • Views: All rooms and suites are set back from the sea, so none have ocean views. They all overlook the extensive lawns and gardens.
  • Kitchens: The Executive Suites have a kitchen.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: None.
  • Parking: Parking is available, but think long and hard before driving anywhere in Bali.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +62 (0)361 281 234
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Hyatt Regency – Amenities

  • Pool: Three pools, all beautifully designed. The one along the beachfront is large and beautiful. Another is designed especially for young children.
  • Spa: Top-class, with its own gardens. Range of signature treatments by highly-trained staff.
  • Fitness Center: As large and well-equipped as expected. Open 24 hours.
  • For Families: Bike rental.
  • Other Facilities: Business Center.

Hyatt Regency – Food and Drink

  • Restaurants & Bars: Paon Bali Resto & BarOmang Omang – Open all day for seafood and quality Indonesian cuisine • Pizzaria – Obvious focus, pasta, and seafood. Beautiful beachside setting, popular with families. • Piano Lounge – Sophisticated setting next to the lobby. Cocktails, afternoon teas, and all sorts of drinks late into the night.
  • Breakfast: Only included for guests who are part of the Regency Club, e.g., book a King Bed Club Access room.
  • Room Service: Available daily during restaurant hours from 6 am to 10 pm.

Hyatt Regency – Rooms

  • Room Types: 1 King Bed • 2 Twin Beds • 1 King Bed Deluxe • 2 Twin Beds Deluxe • 1 King Bed Premium • 2 Twin Beds Premium • 1 King Bed Club Access • 2 Twin Beds Club Access • 1 King Bed Club Access Deluxe • 2 Twin Beds Club Access Deluxe • 1 King Bed Club Access Premium • 2 Twin Beds Club Access Premium • Family Suites with 1 King Bed • Regency Suite with 1 King Bed • Executive Suite with 1 King Bed • List of all Rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: Strict policies, so check with management before lighting up.
  • Best Room: The Executive Suites are more than double the size of a standard room, and have a kitchen, living, and dining area. Club Access rooms are also worthwhile for the free breakfast and complimentary cocktail hours.
  • For Families: Great choice, including adjoining rooms with connecting doors or using fold-away beds for up to two youngsters. Family Suites have a living area; Regency Suites, a living/dining area; and the Executive Suites also have a living, dining, and kitchen area. But note: only children under 12 can be in the same room as adults.

Hyatt Regency – Local Transport

  • Walking & Cycling: Walking around Sanur is certainly more pleasant than almost anywhere else in Bali. Walking, jogging, and cycling are ideal along the beachside path that stretches nearly the entire length of Sanur (about 6km). With flat roads and minimal traffic, cycling is popular – and bikes can be rented from vendors along the beach or at the resort.
  • Public Transport: Local bemos (decrepit minivans with bench seats) still ply the main road. Fares are set but invariably inflated for tourists.
  • Cars & Taxis: Driving anywhere in Bali is not recommended, but renting a car is possible and should be arranged through the resort. Taxis are abundant, cheap, comfortable, and the best option anywhere in southern Bali. For longer trips, charter a car with a driver. Ignore drivers hanging about the streets and also organize this through the hotel.
  • Motorbikes: Easy to rent and helpful in getting around Sanur. A motorbike taxi called an ojek is a popular way to reach anywhere in or around Sanur. Find one on the street for a negotiable fare or book one at a fixed rate using the downloadable apps Grab and Gojek.
  • Shuttle Bus: To reach any tourist area outside of southern Bali, like Ubud, buy a ticket at a travel agency for a shuttle bus. Some companies pick up guests from their hotels, but services for Perama, the only island-wide operator, leave from its office on Jalan Hang Tuah (4km north).

Hyatt Regency – What’s Nearby?

Because the Hyatt is so massive and the equally gigantic Andaz hotel is next door, the range of places to eat, drink, and shop in the immediate area is limited. But there are plenty of places within a 10-minute stroll from the gate along the main road or via the beachside path, only meters from the main pool at the Hyatt.

Best Nearby Restaurants & Bars

  • Warung Pantai Indah – The “Lovely Beach Food Stall” is one of those classic family-run cafes slowly disappearing in Sanur. Cheap meals, perfect beachside position, grilled fish, and cheerful service. About 400m north along the beachside path.
  • Nesa Combi – Tasty meals, live music, and quirky décor. Also popular for less-than-expected prices. A 10-minute walk north up the road.
  • Paradise Bali – Outstanding for all sorts of healthy meals and drinks at reasonable prices. Comfy chairs and trendy background music. Also, a fitness center and yoga classes. 500m north along the main road.

These three places are less than 400m south down the beachside path from the main pool at the Hyatt.

  • Tapha – Delightful cafe for crepes, seafood, and all sorts of options to delight the young ones.
  • Lilla Pantai – Welcoming and casual with an interesting menu and friendly service. Particularly romantic at night.
  • Pier Eight – Trendy but relaxed and less expensive than imagined. Great for people-watching.

Hyatt Regency – The Hotel

A large drive is surrounded by flowers and stone towers.

The Hyatt Regency is in the central part of a popular tourist region in southern Bali.

A thatched-roof with dark wood support beams support large round glass globe chandeliers.

The open-air lobby under a thatched roof.

Musicians play a flute and bamboo xylophones on the floor of the lobby.

Gamelan musicians often greet guests as they arrive at the resort.

A lily pond surrounds thatched-roof canopies.

Guests could spend hours strolling around the incredible gardens at the Hyatt.

Guests sit in lounge chairs along the beach.

The water near the resort is calm, shallow, and ideal for families.

A few fishing boats line the shore.

The beach near the Hyatt is quieter than other parts of Sanur and is still used for fishing.

Trees with pink flowers lean down close to the pool.

The main pool alongside the beach is one of three at the resort.

Two guests sit in the pool soaking up the sun.

The design of the main pool offers seclusion from other guests.

A family swims in a section of a large pool.

More coves in the pool.

Guests lounge by the pool.

There are lots of lounge chairs by the pool.

outside the hotel, greenery hangs off the balconies.

The design of some resort buildings looks a little dated, but the rooms, suites, and other facilities have been substantially renovated in recent years.

The outside of the hotel shows three levels of balconies overlooking the gardens.

All rooms and suites are away from the sea, so none offer ocean views.

A wood-carved headboard is low-lit above the bed in the hotel room.

Even the lowest-category rooms are stylish and spacious.

A tub in the bathroom with wood carved lily pads above it.

Bathrooms in the deluxe and premium rooms are attractive.

A patterned sofa with a table and two stools sits in the hotel room.

With a sizable living area, the suites are ideal for families.

An outdoor sofa sectional sits in the sun on a wood deck.

Some suites feature a large balcony with enough space for substantial outdoor furniture.

A wood playground boat sits in the sand with steps leading to its deck.

This is the playground at the impressive Camp Hyatt Kids Club. The kids club at the resort offers plenty of activities for those aged three to 12.

Three sculptures of green dinosaurs sit in a sand pit by a playground boat.

Part of the Kids playground.

A wood carved table displays products for sale.

Shankha Spa at the Hyatt is as luxurious as expected.

Guests sit on bright pink yoga mats and stretch during a outside class.

Yoga Class on the lawn at Shankha Spa.

An open-air restaurant is surrounded by a Lily pond.

Part of the Omang Omang restaurant at the resort is alongside one of many ponds.

The two staff members work in a spotless kitchen.

The signature restaurant at the hotel, Omang Omang, specializes in grilled seafood and Indonesian cuisine.

A chef has a long stick in a large brick oven.

The design and layout of the Omang Omang restaurant at the Hyatt are attractive.

Chefs prepare food behind a counter full of fruits in wood bowls.

Breakfast is usually included for guests who are members of the Regency Club or have booked Club Access rooms.

A view of the brick path, sand, and shore with fishing boats.

This beachside path runs alongside the resort and stretches almost the entire length of Sanur.

A person rides a bike on a brick path along the beach.

Cycling is ideal along the flat beachside path – and bikes can be rented at the resort.

A plate of crepes with berries sits on a wood table on the beach.

TAPHA is a delightful cafe specializing in crepes. About 300m south down the beachside path from the resort pool.

A yellow painted wood table and chairs sits on the sand with views of fishing boats near the shore.

One of few remaining old-style family-run cafes facing the sea, Warung Pantai Indah is about 400m north along the beachside path.

Inside a restaurant is a VW van cut in half lengthwise for use as a counter.

Funky décor, tasty meals, and live music can be found at Nesa Combi, a 10-minute walk north up the road from the main gate.

A juice bar with bar stools.

Another adorable bistro along the beachside path is Lilla Pantai, about 200m to the south.

An outdoor wood deck with several table and chairs.

The Pier Eight restaurant is classy, but prices are lower than imagined. 250m south down the beachside path, in front of the InterContinental resort.

A few people sit at tables in a large cafe.

A firm favorite is Paradise Bali, a relaxed cafe offering healthy meals, yoga classes, and a gym. 500m north along the main road.

A store front with clothing displayed in the window.

Within a 10-minute walk north up the main road are several classy shops.

A sign with water sports options sits on the beach.

Water sports can be arranged at kiosks along the beach. Check rates and availability: Hyatt Regency

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