Second Wyndham resort in Bali opens near Dreamland Beach

A second Wyndham Hotels and Resorts flag has risen in Bali with the opening of Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali. The upscale 177-room resort is located near Dreamland Beach, one of Bali’s most idyllic hidden coves.


The Wyndham Dreamland Bali, owned by PT. Accolades Lakshmi Resort, marks Wyndham Hotel Group’s sixth location on the island, joining Ramada Bali Sunset Road Kuta, Wyndham Tamansari Jivva Resort Bali, Wyndham Garden Kuta Beach Bali, Ramada Bintang Bali Resort and Ramada Encore Bali Seminyak.

The resort is a minute’s walk to the tranquil Dreamland Beach, a coastline with unspoiled white sands, and home to bustling beach clubs and local cafes. Opposite the resort, the award-winning New Kuta Golf Course offers golfers an 18-hole links-styled fairway terrain overlooking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean.

Bingin Beach and Padang Padang surf breaks are approximately 10 minutes away, making the resort an ideal destination for surf trips. The legendary Uluwatu temple is a 15-minute drive away for those seeking cultural adventures and stunning sunsets.


The property will feature a fusion of traditional Balinese and modern design across 177 rooms encompassing seven spacious room categories. Each Deluxe Room offers 36 square metres of space with king or twin beds, working desks and a plush chaise lounge for guests to recline on and enjoy the garden views. The larger 72 square metre suites offer extended living areas and deep soaking bathtubs as well as outdoor Jacuzzis in ground level units. The resort’s eight luxurious villas, with one or two bedrooms, boast private swimming pools in a lush natural setting and are perfect for honeymooners or families looking for a lavish retreat.


Guests can indulge the palate with a feast of gourmet offerings at the resort’s three food and beverage outlets. Rayunan Restaurant offers a sumptuous buffet spread for breakfast and is also open for dinner with a varied selection of international dishes. The restaurant also specialises in Nusantara Cuisine, with signature dishes like Sop Buntut (oxtail soup), an aromatic broth stewed for hours with freshly picked local spices and pan-fried oxtail.

Throughout the day, guests are invited to lounge at the alfresco Dreamland CafŽ, situated next to the poolside, for light bites and refreshing beverages. In the evening, the lively Ulu Bar is an ideal location in which to wind down with music and cocktails in a lush natural setting. A 24-hour room service is also available for those who prefer to retreat into the comforts of their guestroom or call for a midnight snack.

Wyndham Dreamland Bali offers two outdoor swimming pools, each overlooking the gardens, as well as a dipping pool for children. The resort will also welcome Tirta Spa, a complex with a total of six single and couple treatment rooms, plus a yoga deck. In Sanskrit, the word Tirta means Holy Water and represents cleansing and rejuvenation. Through this philosophy, treatments at Tirta Spa are designed to help guests achieve balance and holistic wellbeing with traditional Balinese techniques that pamper and refresh the body, mind and soul.

The resort is well-equipped for seminars, meetings or social events with four venues available. The largest function room, which is flanked by floor to ceiling windows, can accommodate up to 300 people for a seminar or 250 for a banquet. ÊThree small meeting rooms are perfect for boardroom discussions or break-out sessions.


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