From the moment we checked in, the tranquility touched our souls.
It’s hard to truly describe the peace one feels at the Grand Hyatt Bali in Nusa Dua Rather, it is an experience that must be felt.
The spirituality that engulfs the place is utter magic, and we enjoyed soaking up the wisdom of Eastern culture that guests cannot help but feel in every smile and bow by the incredibly generous hotel staff.
Our days were spent lounging in the lounge, watching the wildlife do it’s thing; an iguana fetched a fish and eat it alive on the grass while we sipped an iced lemongrass tea.
The most trying decision we faced was where to park ourselves for the day: the rooftop view next to the bar, or poolside by the slides?
We worked quite a bit for being on vacation, some days spending four to six hours on the computer, all the while not feeling like we did a thing, a true testament to the magic of the place.
The worst part about the trip was leaving.
I hope that my next statement doesn’t lose me credibility as I’ve said the same thing about the Conrad Hilton in Nusa Dua, Bali as well as the Four Seasons in Chiang Mai, but this hotel cannot be better.
Read my other posts, I am a harsh critic, but I must pay homage when it’s earned, and to the Grand Hyatt Bali, well done my friends.