Business travelers looking for a ‘bleasure’ getaway on the ‘Island of the Gods’ should look no further than Mulia’s three luxury hotels in Bali – The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Mulia Villas. The hotels offer three distinct luxury experiences to its guests, with their premium amenities, unrivalled hospitality and stunning uninterrupted views of the Nusa Dua Bay.
The Mulia is a boutique resort with all-suite accommodations that provides a luxurious experience to its guests. It has 111 suites in total, all of which come with butler-style service, plush bedding, and inspiring views.
Mulia Resort has 526 superbly designed guest rooms that include lagoon pool rooms and suites. All rooms feature balconies that overlook the resort’s pristine white sand beach.
Finally, the Mulia Villas, located on the hills of Nusa Dua, come with private pools and tropical gardens, and also provides great views of the Indian Ocean. The Mulia Villas is frequented by guests looking for total privacy and relaxation.
The independent Bali luxury hotels offer exceptional facilities and services for meetings and conferences, ensuring MICE guests get to experience an impeccable level of personalized service. The Grand Ballroom and Conference Rooms have the combined capacity to accommodate up to 5,000 guests and are perfect for hosting lavish executive meetings and unforgettable events. Mulia’s Unity and Eden Garden provides an elegant setting for outdoor events, evoking a relaxed yet polished sensibility. Whether it be a welcome dinner or a cocktail reception, the events are elevated to another magical level when under the spell of the enchanting garden and Bali’s breathtaking skyline.
The hotels are not just ideal for MICE events; they also offer a variety of beach activities for guests, from stand-up paddle boarding on Nusa Dua’s calm waters, to wind surfing to canoe riding. In dining options, Mulia has four restaurants and five bars, which serve a selection of Japanese, Chinese, Pan-Asian & Mediterranean or other International cuisine. After a hearty meal at any of the restaurants, guests can sweat off those excess calories at their fitness facility, which is equipped with the latest range of cardio, strength and weight training equipment. Or they can just relax and rejuvenate at Mulia Spa, which features a selection of East meets West treatments. The spa also features Asia Pacific’s first Ice Room and a hot and cold Hydrotonic pool.