Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana Hotel

USD:

202

Rating:

8/10

  • Elegantly situated in the strategic area across the famous Legian Beach and Kuta Beach, Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana Hotel is Bali’s beachfront, 5-star property that offers prestigious accommodation and the best of Balinese hospitality. Ideal for leisure and business travelers alike, the property incorporates the elegant design of the frangipani flower and the luxury of urban chic, making it an exquisite place to spend a special holiday and indulge into sheer relaxation.

    All guestrooms have a private balcony overlooking the panoramic view of the Indian Ocean or leafy landscape. However, the most stunning place is the rooftop infinity pool, where the breathtaking spectacle of the great ocean can be fully comprehended.

    As for dining, Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana Hotel boasts three exclusive venues where the memorial tastes of international and local cuisines are served.

  • Jalan Melasti, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia, 80361
    Jalan Melasti
    Bali, Bali, Indonesia

  • Guest policies

    Child and extra bed policy
    Infant 0-1 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
    Children 2-3 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding.
    • Guests over 3 years old are considered as adults.
    • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
    When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
  • Some helpful facts

    Check-in from: 02:00 PM
    Check-out from: 12:00 PM
    Distance from city center: 9.0 Km
    Distance to airport: 7.8 Km
    Number of bars/lounges : 3
    Number of floors: 5
    Number of restaurants: 1
    Number of rooms : 351
    Daily parking fee: 0 USD
    Travel time to airport (minutes): 20
  • Announcements

    Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed including check in and check out from hotels. March 5, 2011