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A Foreign Flavour: Top 3 Hotels In Bali With Indian Food

Updated Feb 21, 2019

For those looking for an exotic taste in the heart of Bali, the delicious cafès and wide variety of gastronomical delights will surely capture your soul - but what if you’re craving for an authentic taste of Indian food in a foreign land? Fret not - we’ve got you covered with 3 of these hotels that serve up a wicked serving of traditional Indian food!

1. W Bali (9.2/10) (from USD 328)

Located on the scenic Seminyak Beach, W Bali is a 5-star hotel equipped with all the facilities to make you feel like royalty. Balcony rooms are available upon request, with views of the lush green gardens or sparkling waters greeting you upon coming home. If you ever get sick (we reckon not) of the view, Kuta is only a 20-minute drive away, offering quaint charms of its own.

“The 3 bedroom villa which we stayed in was spacious and comfortable. The staff was very helpful. The chef actually made Indian food for us on request” - Reddy, user

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2. Resort Melia Bali (8.5/10) (from USD 115)

With over 5 in-house restaurants and beach dining options available, foodies will be overjoyed to know that aside from the spectacular Indian food just 5-minutes away from the hotel, you can also try out a different diet with the Sorrento Mediterranean Restaurant or the Sakura Japanese Restaurant. Don’t worry about those extra pounds - you can shed them off in the tennis court or fitness centre!

“The gardens, beach, pool, staff, walk out to Bali collection for more choices & definitely go to the Bangle Bali for fab Indian food!” - user

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3. Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali (7.8/10) (from USD 97)

Beach babes and dudettes - rejoice, for the Grand Mirage Resort is a mere 2-minutes walk away from the beach! Crystal clear waters aside, you can indulge in delicious food alternatives such as the La Cascata Restaurant for Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. Opt for the Grand Cafè for a more international menu, as well as your favourite Asian dishes.

If you’d like to bring the taste of Bali home, sign up for the Balinese cooking lessons or join in the traditional dances that are organised every month! Keep an eye out for the themed buffets - hardcore foodies wouldn’t want to miss out on this all-rounded experience!

“A wonderful stay for families in the new Family Paradise part of the resort. Access to facilities in both areas. We used all pools - great waterslide in the family area, plenty of sunbeds and fantastic poolside service. Excellent breakfast buffet was included. Kids club is relatively small but the staff are lovely and the activities are great.” - Pia, user

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A taste of heaven


Trying a wide variety of food is definitely a bucket list to tick off whilst you’re vacationing in another country. This time round, opt for a different kind of taste by staying at these 3 hotels with a twist!

This article was originally published on Jun 06, 2017

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