Bali Kuta Resort is situated in Raya Kuta area of Bali and boasts a serene pool area at its centre filled with shady trees. This contemporary and stylish Bali hotel is the perfect place to stay for a relaxing holiday with all the amenities you could need on-site; from stylish bedrooms in which to relax to a chic eatery and two bars to look after your food and drink.
Pull up a sun lounger by the water's edge and enjoy a few hours' sunbathing and swimming. Younger guests can splash around with their friends in their own pool close by. Partner up for a fun game of billiards or pool and a few drinks in the indoor bar lounge. Keeping in touch with friends and family is easy; thanks to the complimentary Wi-Fi access in public areas.
Retreat to your simply-furnished guest room where welcome touches help you feel at home. There is air-conditioning to cool you down, a LCD television to entertain you, and a minibar and coffee machine so you can prepare a drink whenever you wish. The balcony is your window on the world with stunning views of the pool, gardens, and local sunsets.
No need to wander too far for refreshments poolside; there is a pool bar well-stocked with a selection of drinks and cocktails. The restaurant serves a tasty menu of local and international dishes to tempt your taste buds at mealtimes. The bar lounge is the ideal place to mingle with your fellow guests over a drink or two in the evening.
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Bali Kuta Resort has abundant facilities, including: an outdoor swimming pool, children's pool, restaurant, coffee shop/cafe, two bars, complimentary Wi-Fi access in public areas, terrace, BBQ grill area, airport shuttles, complimentary self and valet parking, billiards/pool table, dry cleaning/laundry service, luggage storage, concierge, garden, 24-hour reception, and tours/ticket assistance.
Food, drink & entertainment
Pink Pepper Restaurant serves local and international cuisine. There is also a BBQ area where you can prepare and cook your own food. Visit the coffee shop/cafe for tea, coffee, and other hot drinks. The Bar Lounge and Pool Bar both offer a menu of drinks and cocktails.
Sport, games & activities
What better way to get your day off to a healthy start than with a few lengths of the outdoor swimming pool? On dry land, challenge your partner to a game of billiards or pool in the bar area.
Bali Bombing Memorial and Mall Bali Galeria are within walking distance with Park 23 a little further away. The concierge is on hand to offer you advice on places to visit and can also arrange restaurant bookings and tour/attraction tickets.
Bali Kuta Resort has 182 room and suites, ranging from Deluxe Rooms through to Junior Suites with Pool View. Deluxe Rooms feature: a double or single bed, furnished balcony, complimentary Wi-Fi access, LCD television, fridge, minibar, coffee/tea maker, 24-hour room service, telephone, bathroom with shower and bathrobes, and air-conditioning.
Golden sandy beaches, clear turquoise seas, magical rainforests, mystical temples, far-reaching rice paddy terraces, and friendly locals are just some of the treasures to uncover on luxury holidays in Bali. Nestling at the heart of the Indian Ocean, the island of Bali boasts a myriad of luxury beach resorts along its southern coastline and a cultural heritage that can't fail to inspire its many visitors.
Old meets new in glorious style in the island's capital Denpasar - home to the main airport, the Pura Masapohit temple, the Pasar Badung traditional market, and the impressive Puputan Square. To the east of the capital, discover the peaceful resort of Sunur with its stylish shopping, restaurants, and off-shore coral reef. The rolling waves of Kuta are a Mecca for surfers and its lively nightlife draws the crowds after dark. Seminyak offers an eclectic blend of upmarket spa resorts, beach clubs, idyllic beaches, and a chic night-time scene. The southern tip of the island reveals the modern resort of Nusa Dua with its golf course and shopping complex.
No trip to Bali would be complete without paying a visit to the 'real Bali' at the inland town of Ubud. This sprawling mass of 14 villages hosts a thriving arts and craft scene, bustling markets, a laidback cafe culture, temples, palaces, museums, and the sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.
Bali enjoys a tropical climate with year-round sunshine. May to September is the dry season and the wet season arrives with its tropical showers from October to April.
There are lots of things to see and do on luxury all inclusive holidays in Bali. Enjoy chilled out days on the beach or take to the water and indulge in scuba diving, surfing, and white water rafting. The inland countryside and tropical rainforests are a haven for nature walks, jeep safaris, and horse riding. Admire the stunning sunsets around the famous Tana Lot temple off the western coastline. Get up close and personal with the local wildlife at the Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Admire the flora and fauna at the Bali Botanic Garden. Soak up the culture at the Ulawatu and Besakih temples and the Museum of Bali. Enjoy family friendly fun at the Bali Safari and Marine Park, Bali Treetop Adventure Park, Elephant Safari Park, and Waterbom Bali waterpark.
The cuisine in Bali combines Chinese and Indonesian flavours. Rice forms the centrepiece of each meal, accompanied by chicken, duck, beef, seafood or vegetables cooked in aromatic spices, chillies and herbs. Two local dishes to try are Babi Guling (suckling pig) and Bebek Betutu (duck baked in banana leaves, herbs and spices). The locally brewed Bintang beer will quench your thirst.
Nightlife in Bali is mainly hotel or resort-based, featuring themed nights and cultural shows. The resorts of Kuta and Suna boasts abundant nightclubs and bars for party animals.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.