The world’s authority on travel and anything tourism related Condé Nast Traveller magazine has ranked the island of Bali at number seventeen among “The Best Islands in the World” and the stunning Balinese resort of Mulia as “The Best Beach Resort in Asia” and number 3 on “The Top 100 Hotels and Resorts in the World” list . And when Condé Nast Traveller speaks, the rest of the world listens. On a closer inspection, we can clearly see why The Mulia has received so many accolades because the resort is nothing short of breathtaking. Where do we even start?
The Mulia is the epitome of a serene resort. The accommodation here is inspired by the terraced Balinese rice fields, with views of the beautiful Indian Ocean and private gardens wherever you turn. The villas and suites resemble traditional Balinese homes, and they are very simple in design, yet comfortable and utterly luxurious. The sprawling 30 hectares of the beautiful coastline of Nusa Dua provide relaxation and tranquility. The resort comprises of 526 rooms, suites, and lagoon suites and 108 elegant villas, which range from one and two bedroom to the six bedroom one, aptly named, Mulia Mansion.
Each villa has a spacious patio with a Jacuzzi, ample living area, top-of-the-line entertainment systems and huge bedrooms. When it comes to dining, the resort lives up to its fantastic reputation – you will have an incredible six dining venues to choose from – Table8, Mulia Deli, The Bar, ZJ’s Bar & Lounge, Edogin, The Café and Soleil. The restaurants serve the Chinese, Japanese, Mediterranean and French dishes.
The Mulia Spa promises “unrelenting relaxation and pampering, signature aqua treatments, crystal healings, a sauna, ice room, steam room and emotional shower” to help you reach equilibrium. For those of you who cannot leave work behind (we are reprimanding you on this one in advance), the Mulia has a business centre that is opened 24 hours a day which caters to all of your business and secretarial needs. But here’s hoping that you won’t need that one much! All in all, if you crave quietude and peace of mind, Bali and the Mulia are your dream destinations. [via] watch video below
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