Matahari Beach Resort & Spa
North Coast, Bali, Indonesia
Matahari Beach Resort & Spa is located on the northwest coast of Bali, a short distance from the fantastic snorkeling at Menjangan Island. Matahari is nestled within the jungle and is a secluded luxury beach property providing plenty of privacy.
At a Glance
The Matahari Beach Resort & Spa is by far the best resort in the North of Bali, where tourism is still comparatively undeveloped
Feel at home with nature staying in a villa set within the National Park
Take part in some Asthanga Yoga to build strength, flexibility and stamina
Experience a night dive in this excellent and highly interesting dive spot
Enjoy an evening cocktail in the Wayang bar and watch the sunset
The Liberty Shipwreck is located just off shore and is an amazing spot for the keen diver.Scott Dunn team
If you enjoy being in the water, I would definitely recommend taking a boat to nearby Menjangan Island for some of the island's best snorkeling and diving!Victoria Hogg
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To start planning your vacation to Matahari Beach Resort & Spa
Nestled between the Bali Barat National Park and the Java Sea, the exclusive Matahari Beach Resort and Spa, is a perfect place for those seeking a relaxing vacation off the beaten track and away from the crowds of some of Bali's more populated beaches.
Each of the 32 guest rooms at Matahari is handmade by local artisans and feature hand carved wooden folding doors that open to a luxurious bedroom, complete with a four-poster bed. The exotic design reflects the stunning tropical grounds, bursting with hibiscus, frangipani and fragrant jasmine.
Dining is at the relaxed beachside Leon Beach Bistro or at Dewi Ramona where imaginative east-meets-west creations guarantee an exceptional culinary experience. Taking inspiration from a Balinese water palace, the award winning Parwathi Spa is a sanctuary of relaxation. The specially developed massage techniques and aroma oils used to revitalize and rejuvenate body, mind and soul are derived from ancient Balinese culture. Take advantage of the on site PADI dive center, bike trips to nearby villages, morning Yoga classes or sail on a traditional Balinese boat.
There are 32 rooms paired together in 16 separate bungalows. Categories are Garden View and Panorama View Rooms which are the same inside but have differing outlooks. The Deluxe Room is slightly bigger and the Super Deluxe Room has the addition of a stunning private pavilion in the middle of a tranquil lotus pond. All rooms are elegantly and traditionally furnished with parquet flooring and carved, ornamental furniture and have marble terraces.
|Garden View Bungalow||
Looked around the pool and the verdant tropical garden. 50 square meters.
|Premium Garden View Bungalow||
Close to the beach with lush tropical garden surrounding this bungalow. 50 square meters.
Close to the pristine and back sand beach this bungalow really does exude glamour, yet also privacy being surrounded by the gardens. 75 meters squared.
|Super Deluxe Bungalow||
Equipped with a spacious bathroom with separate double wash basins and bidet, you can enjoy the views and scenery in privacy from your terrace with a dining table and deck chairs. Close to the beach. 100 square meters.
Children are made to feel very welcome when they come to stay at the Matahari Beach Resort and there is a dedicated children's pool for them to enjoy. Babysitting can also be arranged on request.
There are two relaxed restaurants at Matahari with an abundance of cuisine choices, a bar, wine cellar, cooking classes, a fabulous Parwathi Spa, yoga classes, bike hire, library, two swimming pools, watersports center, gym, tennis, badminton, beach volley ball and a PADI dive center.
Activities at Matahari Beach Resort & Spa include mountain biking, diving, snorkeling, nearby trekking and horse riding, and the nearest golf course is a 1-hour drive away.
Location & Directions
North Coast, Bali, Indonesia
The Matahari Beach Resort & Spa is located in the unspoiled north-western part of Bali, directly at the black lava sand beach of Pemuteran village, between the Bali Barat National Park and the Java Sea.
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.