Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort – Fun for Everyone!

By vira

Set in Bali’s most prestigious resort area, the five-star Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort opened its doors in December 2021. From the lobby to the backyard, it boasts luxury, aesthetics, comfort and facilities that are fun for everyone.

A short drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, a warm welcome from the friendly and helpful staff awaits you at the expansive lobby of Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort. The semi open-air lobby is teeming with colourful furniture in eclectic designs. A huge chandelier in the shape of balsam flower, one of Bali’s most used flowers in religious rituals, hangs above them.

The lobby.

The design of the resort is an ode to the richness of Balinese culture, brought to life by the meticulous work of Bangkok-based P49 Deesign. They drew the inspiration from the grand theatrics of traditional Balinese dances, especially the Barong Dance, and combined it with a modern touch. Iconic Balinese elements, like the dancer’s figure and the headdress details, are presented in surprising placements throughout the resort, from the projection on the floor to the prints on the ceiling and elevator walls. A mural with ‘Good versus Evil’ narrative accompanies your relaxing drinks and snack time at R Bar, located by the lobby.

Like any theatre, there is a backstage. The main restaurant, for now, is called Backstage, with that charming ‘mess’ of graffiti and eclectic furniture. Even the staff uniform will remind you of a backstage crew, all dressed in black and boots or sneakers. Chef Alit Mendala and Chef Made Artawa creatively put together Western and Indonesian menu, including Balinese, and some modifications that integrate both worlds. In the near future there will be more restaurants opening within the resort, each with its own special delicacies.

Backstage restaurant.

Even before the pandemic, people have always enjoyed outdoor activities in Bali. Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort, too, offers many options of how you can enjoy the fresh coastal air. From alfresco dining at Backstage to drinking and mingling at the Atomic 17 bar by the pool, or swimming in the chic pools. What’s a holiday in Bali without swimming, right? The Main Pool is where you can have the most view, from people to the horizon, and you can even do that while sitting in the whirlpool. The Lap Pool is perfect for those who want to maintain their fitness. Jungle Pool mimics the natural beauty that the island is renowned for – crowned in lush greenery and complete with a man-made waterfall. It is also where The Cove is located, a stunning wedding venue with an aisle stretching right to the heart of the pool. And last but not least is the Kiddie Pool with interactive water features that every kid would love.

The Cove. Photo by Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort.

The 310 guest rooms and suites spread across two wings. They are spacious and heavenly for those in need of a good rest, and complemented with a sofa bed, a roomy bathtub, and options of garden or ocean view. Each room is predominantly in muted colours with turquoise-accented walls that keep it lively. And to accommodate the interconnectivity that is the number-one need of people nowadays, a good Wi-Fi connection is available throughout the building.

More facilities are provided in the resort, such as the Lava Kids Club and The Spa at Renaissance that shares building with the gym, sauna and relaxing sitting areas at the mezzanine. Soon ballrooms and meeting rooms will be ready, as well as creative activities like pottery making. All in all, Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort is a perfect getaway for family, friends, romantic couples and even business trips.

Deluxe King Sea View.

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