This barefoot luxury resort is renowned for its evening fire dance performances, lavish Sunday beachfront brunches, and evening cocktail hours featuring Balinese-made wine and cheese. It is located amid lush gardens and lagoon-style pools in the well-known Nusa Dua area on Bali's south-eastern coast.
On Bali's Nusa Dua peninsula, which is renowned for its white sand beaches, stunning coral reefs, and world-class golfing, is where you can find the Laguna Resort & Spa. The resort, which received a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor, is peppered with over 5,000 square metres of relaxing lagoon-style swimming pools and is surrounded by lush tropical landscaping.
In addition, the resort offers access to the recently upgraded Lagoon Spa, a lavish sanctuary of tranquilly that incorporates the elements of fire, earth, air, and water. Balinese charm and local rituals combine to provide wellness treatments for the mind, body, and soul. While waiting, one can participate in a variety of water sports on the resort's beach or go snorkelling in the nearby ocean reefs. The hotel offers its own floodlit tennis courts, and Bali Golf & Country Club, an excellent course in ideal surroundings, is only a short drive away.
Rooms at The Laguna
The spacious rooms and suites all offer butler service around-the-clock. The gardens or lagoon-style pool are visible from the Deluxe Rooms. The Deluxe Lagoon Access Rooms and Suites give visitors direct access to the lagoon right from the balcony for something a little extra. Deluxe Studio Rooms have a living area and are larger. Choose the expansive One Bedroom Villa for the ultimate Laguna experience. It offers a large terrace area with a private pool, a covered cabana, and lots of inside space.
Dining at The Laguna
A variety of Asian and foreign dishes are offered at two restaurants, each of which has an air-conditioned dining area and a patio. Arwana is a beachfront restaurant with a diverse menu, an oyster and sushi bar, and a focus on fresh seafood. The renowned buffet restaurant, Banyubiru, features a demonstration kitchen where classic Pan-Asian and foreign dishes are prepared. Additionally, there is a deli with salad and sushi options for takeout, as well as a pastry shop, a place to make your own ice cream, and a wine cellar. It can be challenging to choose a favourite among the bars, but in the evenings, the evocative Kulkul Bar, with its bamboo lanterns suspended overhead, is a terrific place to sip cocktails by the beach.