Endless stretches of white sand, turquoise water, 30° in the shade, luxuriant vegetation … we are in Bali, one of the 17,000 islands of the Indonesian archipelago.
NUSA DUA – Nusa Dua is the site of the Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua – MGallery Collection, a luxury complex consisting entirely of private villas that showcase the ancestral wisdom of local know-how and traditions. With this second opening in Bali (the third in Indonesia), the brand is continuing to develop in the region.
An ode to Zen attitude…
The establishment,- in the heart of the Nusa Dua tourist area with direct access to the beach, borrows the design of a traditional Subak-style Balinese village with independent villas reflecting the concept of “Tri Hita Karana” – a Balinese belief that harmony between God, man and nature is the secret of eternal happiness.
The architecture and decoration feature local materials – wood (beds, parquet flooring and furniture), marble (bathrooms) and cane (outside furniture) – all crafted using traditional Balinese know-how.
Each of the 39 villas is equipped with the new technologies, including Wi-Fi access. They offer from one to three bedrooms with all the comfort associated with MGallery standards, plus a little extra – a garden and a private pool.
… and wellbeing
The hotel also offers a wide range of different services. For business trips, a well-equipped meeting room is available. For gourmets, the Terra Terrace Restaurant bar-restaurant offers an a la carte menu inspired by local savors and flavors – a culinary voyage for your taste-buds.
For those seeking inner tranquility, there is a space dedicated to wellbeing (massages, Spa). The more adventurous can try their hand at the different sporting activities, including surfing and kite-surfing.
The Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua, MGallery Collection – a fantastic opportunity to discover typical Balinese architecture and enjoy a very relaxing stay.
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