Improving Your Stay Experience in Bali Resort!

Going for resorts when you are staying in Bali is a great option. The Nusa Dua coast, for example, is dotted with luxurious resorts you can choose. Some people drop to the resort and enjoy the vacation as it is—but you can improve your experience by knowing what to do and what not to do during the stay!

Things to Avoid When Staying in Bali Resort

Choosing the Wrong Resorts in Nusa Dua for You

Look for a resort that is ideal for you. Generally, three factors come into play: guest demographics, resort location, and resort concept. It’s easy to find out where a property is located, and most properties have a clear theme. However, determining demographics can be challenging, and it’s usually best done by reading reviews and looking at images from previous visitors. Make sure the resort’s budget, concept, and demographics align with your vacation goals.

Assuming Everything in the Resort is Included

Although the term “all-inclusive” may lead you to believe that everything is included, this is rarely the case. At a resort, you may be charged extra for some restaurants, tours, activities, spa services, Wi-Fi, premium booze, and room service. Even if everything is included, you’ll almost certainly have to pay extra for airline, luggage fees, airport transportation, and resort fees.

Do your homework before booking an all-inclusive vacation to see what’s included and what’s not. When evaluating pricing, keep in mind that certain resorts are more all-inclusive than others.

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Taking Too Much than You Can Chew—Literally

It’s easy to overindulge when food and drink are included and unlimited when you were in Nusa Dua beach resort. This is especially true in buffet restaurants, where you may notice more things that appear to be appealing. Before getting a plate, I thought it helpful to wander around the buffet and explore the alternatives.

If you plan to drink alcohol during your all-inclusive stay, beer and wine may be your best bets. Because the alcohol content of these drinks is known and consistent, you can easily keep track of how much you’re drinking. On the other hand, depending on the bartender, mixed drinks may receive light or heavy pours.

How to Make Your Resorts Vacation in Nusa Dua Better

How to Make Your Resorts Vacation in Nusa Dua Bette

Bring Reusable Cup for Coffee and Drinks!

It is beneficial to both you and the environment to bring reusable cups. Drinks are generally provided in small disposable plastic cups at poolside bars, swim-up bars, and beach bars. Drinks are usually served in little plastic cups at the pool bar, but you can ask the bartender to fill your own cup or water bottle instead. Most all-inclusive resorts will gladly fill your own cup, no matter how big it is.

Bring Sunscreen Whenever You Go!

Because shade may be difficult to come by at certain resorts, bring sunscreen. You can typically buy sunscreen at resorts, but it will likely be pricey and not be the brand you desire. So, if you’re going to check a suitcase, make sure you carry enough of sunscreen and use it. I noticed several folks who had been severely burned. If you’re traveling alone, consider spraying sunscreen or just enlisting the assistance of another visitor.

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Explore All the Advantages of the Bali Resort

All-inclusive resorts typically feature a variety of activities and services that would otherwise be extra at a regular resort. Room service, for example, may be free, golf rounds may be included, and some all-inclusive resorts may even include excursions. This Bali tropic resort & spa in Nusa Dua has mother-daughter spa package, yoga class, and cooking class that you can join. 

At the same time, most all-inclusive resorts provide certain luxury options for an additional fee, so it’s wise to figure out what’s included early in your stay so you can take advantage of everything the resort has to offer.