Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Nusa Dua, Mulia Resort Nusa Dua promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, fax machine, gift/souvenir shop, photocopying are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature internet access - wireless, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk, mini bar. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as private beach, fitness center, outdoor pool, spa, massage. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Bali, Mulia Resort Nusa Dua will make you feel instantly at home.
A lifestyle that involves cutting up the waves at Bukit's sublime surfing spots demands a fairly rigid routine and most importantly, a nutritious diet. Surfers and busybodies in the Bukit area are a big fan of the amazing acai served at Nalu Bowls, and we think you will be, too! Inspired by Hawaii and catered towards people who treat their body like a temple (speaking of temples, we are based just a 5-minute drive from Uluwatu Temple in Pecatu), our smoothie bowl shack in "Ulus" is a haven for indulging in the local flavours of Bali, while giving the body a dose of goodness.
You can hang and sun tan on the lawn from 11am onwards, while you watch the long board surfers slide along the Canggu waves, directly out front of the premises. Order bites and a carafe of sangria to share as you slip into another beautiful Bali sunset. Move indoors to wine and dine with your loved ones, and stay late into the night with cocktails and delicious food. What was lacking in Canggu before, is lacking no more. Sunday Sundowns have been taken to a whole new level, where casual meets classy and the ocean meets The Lawn.
Nestled amongst the coco palms and glassy swells of Seminyak, Bali, lives the tropical oasis known as MOTEL MEXICOLA. Put your thinking shoes on and envision the lovechild of 1960s Acapulco and Ricky Ricardo (from "I Love Lucy") on a belly full of Huichole endorsed Peyote and seven lashings of Mezcal. Hopefully, you are not thinking of a motel in Miami with an all you can eat buffet?! Rest assured we are not your average Motel and if you want to sleep over, then try your luck. Renowned Veracruzano "Jarocho" chef, Steven Skelly brings his "espirítu salvaje" to the plate and straight into your cake hole. With modern takes on "Comida Mexicana" traditional plates, to modern attacks on humble tasty street food and morsels. This is…
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