Bali Hai Resort & Spa
The Bali Hai's self contained Asian-influenced villas celebrate Broome's multicultural character, whilst offering private entrances, courtyards, and the luxury of showering under the stars in your own private open air “Mandi” bathroom.
Nestled in the natural tropical surrounds of the Bali Hai Resort lies the unique Bali Hai Day Spa where you are offered an exclusive range of health and beauty therapies that are as unique as the Australian outback and as exotic as the island of Bali. The Bali Hai Resort & Spa combines relaxation, indulgence and a unique Broome experience. Our open reception sets the mood of the resort, relaxing and welcoming. It includes the arrival counter, late departure shower and bathroom facilities, guest waiting lounge, tour desk offering a free tour booking service and luggage storage facilities. Our large saltwater, free-form pool has a spa seat and is set in lush tropical gardens. With suspended shade sails and carved stone fountains providing a tranquil water effect, you will need to look no further for relaxation. The resort gardens have a special ambience with grounds and pathways fringed by lush tropical gardens including palms, boab trees, crotons, and frangipani trees. The Bali Hai Resort gardens are exotic and provide a relaxing environment.
Each room features at outside 'Mandi' which includes a private vanity, shower, toilet and laundry facilities and daily room service. The Deluxe Studios have an additional en-suite bathroom which includes an indulgent Kolher Oakpark twin size bath, shower, toilet and vanity with a wall of sash windows overlooking an outside garden shower 'Mandi'. The Two Room Villa Deluxe also has an additional luxurious en-suite bathroom with oversize bath. Room features include: Air-conditioners and ceiling fans, open air “Mandi” bathroom, private BBQ with cooking utensils, table, chairs & ceiling fan, self contained kitchen (microwave, convectional oven, stove, cupboards, fridge/ freezer, crockery, cutlery & cooking utensils), lounge setting, thatched entry.