Posted by Bali Hai Cruises on Feb 13, 2017 in Blog | Comment
Hai Tide Beach Resort is one of the first things you see as your boat pulls into Mushroom Bay…and what a beautiful site is it! Crystal clear blue waters and white sand beaches leading up to 18 traditional lumbungs set in tropical gardens. Exactly what holidays in paradise should look like!
Each lumbung has an en-suite bathroom and air conditioning, with a sitting area underneath the lumbung, for quiet time reading or a family spot to sit and have room service…or should that be lumbung service?!
We have some beach front lumbungs with views over the ocean, where you fall asleep listening to the waves and can sit on your balcony in the evenings and watch stunning sunsets. We also have garden view lumbungs which are set just back off the beach amongst our tropical gardens, but still just a minutes stroll to the beach.
We also have a two bedroom villa with it’s own pool, and another two villas under construction now. These should be finished within the next few months and will also cater to families.
Every lumbung and villa enjoys breakfast at the restaurant, and of course we ‘d love you to dine with us for lunch and dinner as well. We have a popular menu at Hai Bar & Grilloffering Indonesian and western dishes and Chef Agus creates his own spin on dishes for our specials menu. If you’d like to dine on your balcony, don’t hesitate to order lumbung service and for a more romantic dinner (a proposal perhaps?), please see talk to our Manager Josh about a candlelit dinner on the beach next to the restaurant.
While staying at the resort, you have access to our water activities and all pools, plus we have massage available on site. Should you run out of essentials or leave your swimsuit behind, just pop into our reception and you’ll find our small boutique shop. And if you’ve decided to take a dine while on the island, just head into our Bali Hai Diving Adventures store located in the grounds of the resort and organise your dives.
All our staff live on Lembongan and love their island, so please feel free to ask them about island life, things to see and do, and maybe learn a few words in Bahasa Indonesian….