Melia Bali

Melia Bali Spa

Hand-Picked Hotel

Exclusive beachside resort with VIP services and an all-inclusive option.

The Melia Bali is in a lovely spot on Nusa Dua Beach, just 12 kilometres from Ngurah Rai International Airport. It’s the perfect place to lounge on the sand or snooze by the hotel’s huge, lagoon-style pool. Alternatively, you can take off for a round of golf at the Bali National Golf Club or go shopping at the upmarket Jalan Pantai Mengiat parade.

Any guests hoping to elevate their stay to include a succession of VIP services and spaces, should consider The Level. This is where you’ll get access to a private pool and club lounge as well as private check-in and check-out services and welcome privileges.

Fancy going all-inclusive? From buffet breakfasts at El Patio and beachside lunches at Sateria to evening meals at any of the hotel’s five different dinner venues, there’s plenty to choose from.

If you’re planning on working up an appetite, the Hotel Melia Bali has some fabulous fitness facilities, including tennis courts, yoga classes and a 24-hour gym suite. If you prefer a good pampering, meanwhile, head to the YHI Spa for a variety of Balinese treatments and rituals with soothing sea views.

Discover Tailor-Made Travel

  • Award-winning holidays
  • ATOL protected
  • Incredible value


Direct access to Nusa Dua Beach

The Level – access to VIP services and spaces

Close to Bali Golf Club and the airport

Tropical gardens and lagoon pool

El Patio buffet breakfast

Sateria beachside dining

YHI Spa and 24-hour gym

Sports courts and cultural activities


  • 1 night

  • Asia . Indonesia . Bali . Melia Bali

  • International flights not included

  • Bed and Breakfast

From £104 per person per night

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm

Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Melia Bali Spa
Melia Bali Beach Aerial

Holiday details


Rooms are cosy and comfortable with a choice of king-size or twin beds. Suites are far more spacious and split over two storeys to include additional living space. Décor is distinctly Balinese, with deep, dark mahogany wood, whitewashed walls, and traditional artwork. Private terraces and balconies open onto tropical garden views or include direct access to the resort’s lagoon-style swimming pool. Guests also have access to The Level VIP privileges including an in-room pod coffee maker. Melia Room Garden View Room size: 42m²/452ft² King-size or twin beds Private terrace area Premium Room Garden View Room size: 42m²/452ft² King-size or twin beds Private balcony area Junior Suite Room size: 62m²/667ft² King-size or twin beds Two-storey with balcony Shower and bathtub Lagoon Access Junior Suite Room size: 62m²/667ft² King-size or twin beds Terrace with direct lagoon pool access Shower and bathtub


  • Beachfront setting
  • The Level exclusive VIP privileges – private lounge and pool access, private check-in and check-out service, and extra special welcome treats, plus a dedicated restaurant for breakfast
  • 5 restaurants and 4 bars
  • Lagoon-style swimming pool
  • Spa services and treatments
  • Fitness room
  • Evening entertainment
  • Free Wi-Fi

Holiday location

Meliá Bali Hotel, Bali map

Local Area

The beautiful island of Bali sits in the centre of the Indonesian archipelago, with the Indian Ocean to the south and the Java Sea to the north. Its volcanic slopes have long called to Antipodean adventurers and global explorers, while the island’s beaches appeal to those seeking sun, sea, and sand.

Fly into Ngurah Rai International Airport, just 30 minutes’ drive south of Denpasar, the capital, and you’ll find yourself close to some of the island’s most exclusive enclaves. The National Golf Club, for example, is just a few minutes from Nusa Dua Beach. Cultural attractions, too, including Uluwatu Temple and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, can be found close to the all-inclusive resorts on the island’s southeast coast.

Venture into central Bali and the yoga retreats and cultural crafts of Ubud take centre stage, alongside terraced rice paddies and vast plantations growing cocoa and coffee. Hindu shrines and lakeside temples can be found all over the island, with Ulun Danu Bratan a must-visit site if you’ve got plans to travel even further north.


Sign up to our emails for the latest from Saga Holidays.

By providing your details you will receive emails with related content and offers from Saga.  You can unsubscribe from this at any time.

For more information click here for our privacy policy.

Saga Marble