Bali is undeniably stunning, but The Mulia may sway you to never leave the resort. Waking up to ocean waves and enjoying breakfast by the beach is hard to beat, especially when thoughts of spa treatments and meditation can be easily made into reality. Luxury permeates every inch of the restaurants and lounges that will have you eating the cuisine of at least three different countries by dinner and sipping on craft cocktails by night fall. If you do manage to leave the resort, you will find yourself delighted to return to a place that feels better than home.
Why The Mulia
From beginning your morning with sunrise yoga and a traditional Balinese massage to dining on Japanese food and overlooking the Indian ocean, the Mulia caters to your inner world citizen. You will be immersed in the unique Balinese culture from the comfort of a beachfront suite or poolside villa while experiencing international luxuries. Guests at the Mulia can look forward to :
- 9 extravagant restaurants and bars
- High Tea and brunch
- 4 pools
- A sky bar and chic lounges
- Cuisine ranging from tapas and Chinese food to Mediterranean dishes and French pastries
- A spa featuring Balinese, Western and Asian treatments, including an ice room for temperature therapies
- A fitness center including outdoor yoga and meditation areas
- Kids center
- Floating chapel for weddings
By the beach or the pool, there are elegantly decorated and cozy places to rest your head each night. Choose from one of these equally luxurious options.
Villas: Reached by secluded pathways, these 5 unique villas will overlook the gardens or the sea. Ranging from 1 to 3 bedrooms, many of the villas feature indoor and outdoor showers and Jacuzzi tubs. Despite a slight difference in amenities, each villa has been decorated by the hands of expert interior design artists.
Resort Rooms and Suites: These 5 distinct suites will either overlook the ocean or garden and are each decorated with a royal flare. Guests within these suites will be met with a marble bathroom, spacious bathtub, 400 thread count linens, living room or sitting areas and walk-in wardrobe and patio depending on which one is chosen.
The Mulia Suites: Divided into the Earl, Baron and Marquess suites, each one offers either a tropical jungle or Indian Ocean view. Suites come with a living room, bathtub, separate shower and outdoor Jacuzzi.
Make it Extra Special
The natural beauty and prominent culture of Bali makes it a special island and although you may not want to leave, there are many beautiful experiences to be had outside the resort. To make your trip here a bucket list worthy experience, try adding one of these activities and sights to your itinerary.
- Sip Kopi Luwak coffee straight from the plantation
- Take a meditation or yoga course in Ubud
- Watch a traditional Balinese dance performance
- Take a cooking class and learn to make traditional Balinese dishes
- Visit the rice terraces at Jatiluwih
- Climb up Batur for sunrise
- Take a surf trip on one of Bali’s beaches
Bali is a destination that is luxurious in itself, but if you want to experience it with class, The Mulia welcomes you with open arms.