The number one restaurant at Bali! Luxury food to an affordable price and with a very laid back feeling in a fantastic setting. Well the restaurant seems to have it all, doesn’t it? It was a very excited me that went here to eat at my recent trip to Bali. I had tried Kevin Cherkas food during San Sebastian Gastronomika in the autumn so I had a little clue what I was up for when I was going here. And I was not disappointed.
Checked in to Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua at Bali. Situated just by the beach in Nusa Dua, and opposite Bali Collection (an outdoor mall ) its location is just great.
We picked a spacious Club room with an extra corner bed where a kid or two can sleep. Breakfast is included and there is also food in the evening between 17-19 that is included in the Club area. As all hotels there is ups and downs. The big downer here is that you hear your neighbours here very well. And we woke up by the gardeners at 4 in the morning when they were rolling their big noisy carts. Not that fun. A change of room today will hopefully help. (It helped, choose a room at the top floor if you wanna sleep longer in the morning!)The breakfast is great, it contains of a wide array of baked goods, soups, different kinds of eggs, fruit, cereal etc. And their latte is great, very important for me. The evening buffet has some Indonesian dishes that are really great, desserts, fruit and some other food. And drinks are included in the Club area too. There is a smaller pool area for the Club rooms that is nice and peaceful. And then there is a very big area with different pools, slides and other activities for everyone. By the Club pool you have the possibility to order lunch. I’ve had salad,pizza and wings. Totally ok. And by the big pool there is a restaurant that serve different kinds of food, ice cream etc. The hotel has some different restaurants if you wanna stay there and eat. There is Italian, Japanese and International restaurants to choose from. I would rate this as a 3-4 star hotel. A lot of things are great, but it’s not a 5. And they could be a bit more environmentally friendly. Take away small plastic bottles of shampoo etc they could have a big container at the wall in the shower instead, people could refill their water bottles for example. I would love if I could cook here to learn, as I emailed them and asked about that. But when I got here it was a no..
But all in all, very friendly staff and I am happy!
Grand Hyatt Bali
Text and photo Malin Nordblom
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