The resort is beautiful, staff is friendly and courteous, food was great (though for Vegetarians there is not much choice), rooms were clean and quite professionally equipped, but what stood out for us was its neat and beautiful landscaping and it’s proximity to Nikki beach (just 300 meters away). All the other resorts are high-end properties like Sofitel, Club Med and Nikki Beach Club itself and the area has a sense of class, exclusivity and is secluded from rest of Nusa Dua. A well-known area for international events, the hotel is the right place for business and leisure travelers to spend their stay in Bali with high quality of services. So, I can say that if you want some private time with family in the backdrop of a beautiful beach of Bali without losing much on pocket, Grand Whiz is a fantastic option.
For two days we just enjoyed and relaxed here with our daughter. Tenjung Benoa is just 15 min drive, where we enjoyed water sports (My post here). Hotel has its sunbed area at Nikki Beach and they provide umbrella, towels for Beach visit. And apart from just lazying on Nikki Beach (My post here) and the stroll along the coastline, we binged on the food, sit around the pool, and yes, how can I forget the Spa. Both Piyush and I were rejuvenated by the Balinese massage, famous for its relaxing techniques. And the best part is it was much cheaper than what it costs you in India. We suggest if you are traveling to this part of Bali and want to have a good stay option within your budget than Grand Whiz could be a great choice. 🙂
|Dining at pool side was fun|
|Beautiful and well-maintained landscaping|
|Private area for the resorts|
|Walkable distance and well maintain road to Nikki Beach|
This post is not sponsored and based on our real experience.
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The four-star hotel can be reached only 20-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, 5 minutes from Bali International Convention Center.
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