The Conrad Bali lived up to the hype and reputation. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and it is now one of our favorite hotels. The hotel was well kept with lush green gardens, multiple pools and amazing views.
|The Conrad Bali Monkeys|
For the last two days, we upgraded to a Lagoon Room for $60 USD a night more which we thought was well worth the price even though the room was actually slightly smaller, since the room had direct access to the lagoon. Made for some fun times just swimming out of the room at night and enjoying the stars.
|The Lagoon Rooms|
|View from the Lagoon room|
|Cooked to order Eggs Benedict|
|Cooked to order Japanese Breakfast|
|Cooked to order Waffles|
|Last coffee before leaving|
This hotel is loaded with plenty of activities and facilities. I've already mentioned the many pools around the hotel. There are also two tennis courts, a small but well equipped gym and an overpriced spa we did not use. The hotel also organizes a bunch of daily activities such as yoga, tennis lessons, cooking classes and cycling tours. Some of this require a fee but there are some that were free like the behind the scenes tour that we took that showed us the restricted areas such as staff lounge and cafeteria which I found pretty interesting.
|Infinity - Wedding Chapel|
|The Main Pool|
|The Conrad Beach|
The major highlight of each day was the evening hour at the Conrad Suites Lounge. It was a nice way to end the day before heading out for dinner to one of the most extensive drinks list I've seen at an executive lounge. They had mojitos, magaritas, wine, beer, champange including some daily special cocktails and pretty much everything else. They also served some canapes and were happy to offer seconds for those who were interested.
|Indoor Seating Area|
|Outdoor Seating Area|