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Mulia Resort

5.0 out of 5.0

Mulia Resort

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed there for 4 night. The room is spacious and very luxury feel. The staffs are very nice. Breakfast has many good selection to choose. Facilities like gym and pool are superb, and has its own private beach. However for me, the huge hotel lets out feeling deserted and lighting in the corridor is too dim and depressing in the afternoon. Bear in mind, the hotel is overly strict in how many people or the age of child that are staying in the room.

We didn’t enjoy our time at the Mulia anywhere near as much as we’d expected to. It’s a huge, huge hotel and really feels like a marble compound. We joked it felt like we were on the Trueman show, everything was scripted and almost robotic. The staff ask for your room number everywhere you go, even just sitting at the pool and minding your own business. It’s frustrating after a while. That’s before they even insist on having you sign anything before they’ll acknowledge your order. It’s weird the focus and level of angst around bills and signing the documents everywhere you go. On top of that it’s just rigid. You have to pay to hire little blow ups, not just the big ones at the kids pool. Try telling a 2 year old they can’t touch the 20 odd $10 floating devices unless his hired it. Even when we did, he could only touch one while the others lay stacked up and unoccupied. No baby change facilities anywhere. The KidZ Club is like being in a Military for Kids. They were taking the kids temperatures and even checked my sons Nappy while his Dad was there and told them to leave once he did a tiny poo but offered no Nappies of place for him to be charged, he got told to go and come back. It’s not the type of relaxing resort you expect in Bali, it could be anywhere, it has no soul and the robotic nature of the staff, the sheer size of the place, it all lacks that little bit of something special you’d expect for the price and location.

The experience at Table 8 restaurant was wonderful thank you to some exceptional staff there & the same at Soleil where we were treated so very well. We enjoyed the many restaurants and pools and had a very relaxing time for most part - We found we had paid a lot more than other guests who managed to secure better deals than us with far more extras but overall it was good. However - one main issue: Pool staff we're instructed to tell "lower paying guests than Villas" not to use sections of pool lounges due to "maintenance on Villa Pool" and to "go to beach instead" which was poorly communicated and badly executed and unacceptable as a paying guest..spoke to Made at Pool & another supervisor but it was an issue that made us unsure whether we would stay again as we are used to far better treatment in a 5 Star Hotel. The situation was handled very badly and the Hotel should have come up with a better solution than to disadvantage other guests as the sun lounges in question lay unused for most part but where kept vacant just in case a "higher paying Villa guest" wanted to use one..

Stayed here for 3 nights for a company event. The resort is truly wonderful - it is located right at the edge of the sea and provides a wonderful way to relax on the beach in privacy. The staff is excellent and always very helpful. Rooms are huge and provide for a truly wonderful experience. The food especially in the Table 8 restaurant is outstanding. This is one of the best resorts I have stayed in anywhere in the world

On arrival at The Mulia driving through the gates after security check of vehicle the Sheer Beauty started to unfold.We were treated like royalty and nothing was too much for the staff.The resort was truly mind blowing rooms were great all amenities we could not fault.The food was amazing .Our hardest decision to make every day was which pool to swim and sun bake at.So we did a different one each day as there are six to choose from also you have the ocean to swim in complete with life guards.Happy hour every night from 4 to 7 at the Sky Bar overlooking the ocean was our go to place buy one get one free weather its Cocktails or Beers price of Cocktails about 120000 rupiah and Beers 111000 Rupiah.You can also order Tapas at between 60000 and 80000 a plate which we did order about four and had them as tea.Also food and drink through out the Resort extremely reasonable.Cost about 120000 Rupiah to go into Kuta by Bluebird Taxi.The staff at The Mulia are amazing and there are many many staff and Security everywhere.Certainly will be going back and very highly recommend.

We visited the Mulia resort as a family and it was a great stay. The resort grounds are beautiful, and so is the landscape. The area is huge, so depending on where your room is located, you might be close/far to some of the restaurants, pools or beach. The main pool (closest to the beach) has a swim up bar with stools on the beach side so u can just get out of the pool and have your lunch there. The food was very good with many options to choose from (themed buffet, Chinese, Japanese, etc), breakfast was excellent (kids really enjoyed the selection), and they have a beautifully designed cake/ice cream shop that you should try! The only drawback was that the sand at the beach was hard to walk in once u reach the shore as your feet sink in, other than that it was a great stay.

This was one of the nicest resorts that I’ve stayed at. The service is amazing. The food selection is endless. You have several restaurants on site and they are all good. Japanese. Chinese. American. Take your pick. The resort is beautiful with lots of nice vegetation. There are several pools and the beach is very clean and with plenty of space for you to pick a spot for yourself. I would come back and stay again.

Visited Bali before but first time to the Mulia. The stay was excellent. The suite was well appointed and spacious and the meals we had at both the Japanese and Chinese restaurants were very good. The hotel is spacious. Lots of different areas to relax in. Beautiful decor. Breakfast - Plenty of choice. The chef cooking the eggs was very good. He was very helpful. Nothing was too much for him. I think his name was Arun. Also used laundry services which were reasonably priced and had a quick turnaround. Two areas for improvement. 1 the WiFi worked but was not consistent. 2 the shop onsite. I needed some sanitary products which are not sold in the shop. I did ask two people and it would have been good to get some better help. Such items plus, some snacks are always good selling items in hotel shops. All in all a fantastic stay. Would definitely recommend and would visit again.

Arrived at the Mulia resort early evening and after a long flight from the UK. Very impressed with what we saw even though my wife and I were very tired. The next couple of days we decided to just relax and enjoy what the resort had to offer. The room was large and beautifully laid out with plenty of space. The resort is massive and it does take a couple of days to get your bearings and to get to know your way around. We look forward to our breakfast each morning and although there was a good variety of different foods the fruit was a little limited. Having eaten throughout hotels in the Far East we thought compared, there wasn’t as much choice. No bananas, no dragon fruit no strawberries. This might seem a little harsh but it was just my experience. The dining room was large so we never had a problem getting a table. Generally the service was very good, although on one occasion we had a meal round the pool which was sub standard. Ordered our food and it didn’t arrive for at least 20 minutes. It was also cold. When I complained they apologised and quickly rallied round and delivered the food back to us promptly and hot. A staff member came over and apologised again although I think a complimentary drink or something similar would have been a nice gesture. After all it’s a 5 star hotel and they do promote themselves as number one hotel in the world winner in 2014. The position of the hotel was in a quitter part o Nusa Dua at the far end. We did walk along the beach to the main resort which took around 15 to 20 minutes. This is where most of the other five star hotels are located. The Bali collection shopping area is just a little further on. Lots of restaurants and shops are here and it’s well worth a visit. If you would rather take a taxi from the hotel it takes just 5 minutes and costs 30,000 rupiah (less the £2). Overall this is beautiful hotel and my wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Mulia. Although I’ve pointed out a couple of negative issues, it was only me being very critical. It’s for that reason I’ve given four stars. I would have no hesitation about staying here again and to recommend it to anyone wanting a lovely hotel.

My husband and I stayed in a Suite for 7 nights after purchasing a package which included breakfast daily, high tea every afternoon, (the cocktails were great), 3 dinner meals and a treatment at the Spa. The Resort is beautiful! The suite was lovely and fitted out with great quality furnishings. The staff are amazing and very hospitable, particularly Mahendra, Debi and Yogi, Sri and Anton. We had a very relaxing break, and would recommend this resort to everyone looking for a luxurious holiday!

Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan Nusa Dua Bali

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Geger Beach
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Private beach

Located in Sawangan within a short walk of Geger Beach, Mulia Resort is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Nusa Dua Beach. This 526-room, 5-star resort has 5 outdoor pools along with a private beach and 8 restaurants.


Dining

There are multiple options for onsite dining with 8 restaurants, including The Cafe, which specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM.


Rooms

Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 46-inch a flat-screen TV with digital channels and a DVD player. Beds sport premium bedding and down comforters, and the bathroom offers a soaking tub, a rainfall showerhead, a hair dryer, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a balcony or patio, an MP3 dock, and a sitting area.


Property features

Guests of Mulia Resort have access to a private beach, 5 outdoor pools, and a nightclub. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for IDR 400000 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this beach resort include a children's pool, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace.

Room options

Deluxe Room (Mulia Grandeur Deluxe)

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Royal Suite Ocean Court - 2 Single Beds & 1 Single Sofa Bed OR 1 King Bed & 1 Single Sofa Bed

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Signature Room, Courtyard View (Mulia Signature Ocean Court)

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Signature Room, Lagoon Access (Mulia Signature Lagoon Access)

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

85.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2335 reviews