Whatever you want, whenever you want it: Melia Bali is the epitome of all-inclusive luxury.
A midnight snack, cocktails by the pool or a multi-course feast – nothing is too much to ask at Melia Bali, where you can have whatever you want, whenever you want. This indulgent beachfront sanctuary, nestled in verdant tropical gardens in Nusa Dua, takes the idea of all-inclusive luxury to a new level, with five restaurants, three bars and a 24-hour international restaurant and coffee shop all offering delicious dishes and free-flowing drinks all day long. It’s not just the dining that is all-inclusive – with activities galore and 25% off at Yhi Spa, you’ll always find something to do, eat and drink.
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Start each day off right at the largest restaurant on the property – El Patio Restaurant & Coffee Shop. You’ll find a smorgasbord of American and Oriental dishes at the breakfast buffet, enjoyed either alfresco or in the shaded indoor area.
Come mid-morning, enjoy a freshly brewed coffee or tea at Kopi Petani, an open-air coffee lounge by the beach. Find a spot under the bamboo roof for your caffeine hit, brewed by baristas using beans handpicked by local farmers in Kintamani, Bali.
Once you’ve fuelled up for the day, dive into the activities on offer at Melia Bali, all included in your stay. Practice your volleys or your dribble on the tennis, paddle tennis, badminton, futsal and basketball courts, or stretch into downward dog with yoga classes. Explore the grounds with bicycle hire, taking along a picnic basket full of yummy treats, or slow it right down with hours spent by the lagoon-style swimming pool. Melia’s beachfront location means watersports are a must – discover what’s beneath the waves with daily hire of snorkelling gear, canoes and paddleboards for an hour per person. A 24-hour gym and Pilates, Zumba and pool gymnastic classes mean you’ll have every opportunity to work up a sweat.
There’s absolutely no chance of going hungry at Melia Bali. With five restaurants to choose from every night, including regular themed dinners, there will always be a new flavour to savour.
But first, lunch. Enjoy a daily lunch at El Patio for international delicacies such as Japanese poké bowls and beef brisket wagyu, or wander up from the beach to try Italian favourites at Sateria Beachside Restaurant. The 180-seat open-air trattoria offers authentic pizzas, sandwiches and snacks as well as gourmet pasta (try the seafood linguine tossed with lobster and clams) from its prime beachfront location, perfect for a chilled-out break in the day. Beat the heat with daily poolside snacks or ice cream, before ending your day with a dinner of your choice. Will it be the fresh sashimi and sushi at Sakura Japanese Restaurant, tapas at Sorrento Spanish Restaurant, or Asian favourites under the thatched roof of Lotus Asian?
Breakfast juices, cocktails by the pool, a glass of fizz with dinner or beachside beers – whatever you fancy can be yours with Melia Bali’s all-inclusive drinks package. Enjoy free-flowing local beer and wines, local spirits, cocktails, soft drinks, juices and water at any hour of the day, or simply swing open your minibar – it’s restocked daily to make sure you never go without. Don’t miss out on a chance for a pick-me-up with afternoon tea at Sateria Restaurant.
The all-inclusive treatment starts the moment you arrive at Melia Bali with a cool towel and welcome drinks on arrival. Once you’re settled in, the hotel team can arrange a host of unique experiences during your stay, including village visits, fruit carving workshops, temple visits, Balinese dance classes, cooking workshops and more. Don’t miss the chance to visit Uluwatu Temple (entrance fee not included), an ancient sea temple dating back to the 11th century, which boasts a dramatic clifftop position overlooking the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean.
Your all-inclusive package also includes 25% off at the serene Yhi Spa, which features couple spa suites, a massage bale by the beach and an outdoor hydro-massage.
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