Nusa Dua is renowned for its palm-fringed, white-sand beaches, sophisticated dining scene and bustling streets lined with shops selling textiles and crafts.
On Bali’s Nusa Dua peninsula, all that separates Amanusa’s thatched Suites and Villas from their private stretch of Indian Ocean coastline are the fairways of Bali National Golf Club.
Creating a sense of complete seclusion, this serene swathe of green is enhanced by a design ethos firmly rooted in Balinese heritage.
From the 11th-century temple nearby to Amanusa’s paras-stone walls and old frangipani trees surrounding the main pool, traditions and Hindu influences abound.
Along with priority access to the country’s best golf course, guests can unwind at the spa, on the tennis courts, or in a bale at the elegant Beach Club.
Comprising 31 alang-alang-thatched Suites and six Villas, Amanusa’s guest rooms all enjoy a tropical setting with easy access to the golf course and the Beach Club.