Recently returned from a 1 week trip at the Conrad Bali which was great. The resort is located near the Nusa Dua area but is actually outside the gates of Nusa Dua at the southern part of Tanjung Benoa which is the peninsula just to the North of Nusa Dua. It was actually nice to be located there as you could walk out of the resort right into some local stores and restaurants including a few convenience stores, restaurants (Queen's Indian restaurant was very good) and Rumah Spa. The resort has several pools including a large main one, another that winds around the main area and one that is limited for Conrad Suites guests. The resort is also right on the beach which is nice for people who want to go out to the beach for water activities but there are no waves so surfing is not one of them. While considering whether or not to stay on the resort for dining / activites or not, HHonors Diamonds and guests with club lounge access get 15% off all dining and spa treatments. The service at the resort was very good and friendly. Great help and responsiveness from housekeeping and facilities as well as from the front desk and concierge. In one instance, the representatives did not know how to figure out a few complicated charges due to our group / event activities but they did figure out the issue by the next morning when we went back to resolve it so overall, a good experience from the staff. The room was terrific. We got upgraded to an ocean view suite for our event and it included a very nice bathroom as well as a separate living room with living area and dining area. The dining area came in handy when playing cards w/ friends/family and the living area was great when hanging out with a group. The view was great and looked onto the pool area off one balcony and of the beach and ocean off the other. With a resort that is east facing without any obstructions, it led to numerous beautiful sunrises where we would see several guests venture out early to take photos. We had breakfast at Suku every morning and the buffet spread is quite impressive. We did get tired of it but who wouldn't over 1 week. There were numerous stations and food from multiple cultures with some that also rotated daily which kept things interesting. Funny enough, they seem to serve bread pudding at breakfast so I tended to indulge and frequently got the Rum Raisin bread pudding and poured Vanilla sauce over it. We also had a dinner at Rin which was the Japanese restaurant on site. The food was presented very well and the food was decent but it didn't stand out to me. It took awhile for the food to come out but it is a small restaurant and our table of 12 sat down at the same time as the other table of 6 so I'm sure we ended up crushing the kitchen all at the same time. The plus is that if you want to have a long leisurely dinner chatting with family and friends, this turned out to be great. Jiwa Spa was a nice facility which included a sauna, steam room, hot tub, cold plunge and private pool. There are numerous treatment rooms and the one we had for our 4 hr treatment (it doesn't show up on the current menu but is in their old menu as well as through the Conrad app for iPad) included a tub and showers to cover the many different treatments. Our treatment was great and was a great way to relax after 24 hrs of travel. Although it is more expensive than going off site to a nearby spa, you just can't compare the facilities and the convenience and relaxation that occurs when simply walking to the spa in a robe. Overall, a fantastic and memorable trip. It's important that when you select a nice resort for an important / group / event, that the resort delivers on the service, facilities and overall experience and the Conrad Bali definitely did.