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Matahari Beach Resort & Spa

Genesteld tussen authentieke kleine dorpjes, het Bali Barat National Park en bij de zwarte stranden van Pemuteran, ligt dit resort op een geweldige locatie. Een heerlijke 'home away from home' met gezellige, warm ingerichte kamers en een zalig wellnesscentrum.

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Dit is echt een resort voor de 'connaisseur' van luxe en weelde. Het resort is in Balinese stijl gebouwd; zo vindt u hier veel traditioneel houtsnijwerk terug in de inrichting. Er zijn slechts 32 kamers, ondergebracht in 16 Balinese bungalows, gesitueerd in de schitterende, tropische tuin. De ligbedden van Matahari zijn zeer comfortabel, met een lekker zacht matras. Ze zijn te vinden op het prachtige, zwarte strand of bij het zwembad.


  • kleinschalig
  • wifi
  • beachfront
  • gourmet en wellness

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Korting: Ontvang 15% op een tweede kamer voor de kinderen! Vraagt u ons naar de voorwaarden.

Honeymoon: Honeymooners worden extra in de watten gelegd. Bij een minimumverblijf van 7 nachten ontvangen zij onder meer twee cocktails bij Wayang, een traditionele Balinese massage en een excursie. Vraagt u ons naar de details.

Matahari Beach Resort & Spa
v.a. € 113 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Garden View
(50 m²) Airco, telefoon, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, dagelijks vers fruit, badkamer met bad/douche, föhn en buitendouche, terras en vlakbij het zwembad gelegen.

Premium Garden View
(50 m²) Airco, telefoon, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, dagelijks vers fruit, badkamer met bad/douche, föhn en buitendouche, terras en dichtbij het strand gelegen.

(75 m²) Airco, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, dagelijks vers fruit, badkamer met bad/douche, föhn en buitendouche, terras. Omgeven door tropische tuin en dichtbij het strand gelegen.

Super Deluxe
(100 m²) Airco, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, dagelijks vers fruit, badkamer met bad/douche, föhn en buitendouche, terras. Omgeven door de tropische tuin, dichtbij het strand gelegen en gedeeltelijk zeezicht.


Gelegen tussen kleine dorpjes, het Bali Barat National Park en bij de stranden van Pemuteran.

Aantal kamers



  • 2 Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Wijnkelder
  • WiFi
  • Zwembad
  • Kinderbad
  • Beautysalon
  • Tennis- en badmintonbaan
  • Spa
  • Fitnessruimte
  • Bibliotheek
  • Duikcentrum
  • Businesscentrum


  • Verschillende sportmogelijkheden zoals beachvolleybal, tennis, badminton en yoga
  • Diverse watersportmogelijkheden zoals kajakvaren, snorkelen en duiken
  • Balinese kookcursus
  • Fietsen
  • Paardrijden (in nabjie omgeving)
  • Golfen (op een uur rijden van het resort)

Het dorpje Pemuteran ligt in het uiterste noordwesten van Bali, niet ver van het eiland Menjangan. Hoewel het toerisme hier nog relatief in de kinderschoenen staat, neemt de populariteit toe vanwege de prima duikmogelijkheden. Pemuteran biedt een breed, donker en vulkanisch zandstrand en een rustige zee met een huisrif.


We are stayed here already fourth time more as two weeks. Really friendly, calm atmosphere. Fantastic Bali style and place. Good bio food. Just WONDERFUL... To compare with Europe hotels- please don't forget that you are at the tropical island.

"A very high class hotel - restaurant"

The hotel is very nice and lovely, with lot of details. It is very quiet, and the restaurants are perfect, even if the prices of the are more less European prices. The food is really on the top level. We stayed two nights.

"Let the rating speak"

Stayed here for 2 nights, just amazing, It takes approximately 4hrs to get here,but that’s worth it, you can feel the luxury just by seeing the environment around you, feels like being a part of royal family of Bali, because most of all part of the hotel with balinese architecture, you can see it from the room also. The tranquility and mildness that surround us, so relieving. Their staff are very nice and helpful, in every condition, even when there’s a hard rain,they’re willing to help to get my car on the car park and bring it to lobby, I forgot the name of that staff, but you really got my respect sir!. I also really enjoy Breakfast and dinner time here, delicious and fresh, but, it would be nice if they play some soft music while we’re enjoying breakfast or dinner, I guess, but I think they also have a show on wed and Saturday in dinner time. Well, we definitely will back here again one day

"The Magic of Bali at Matahari Beach Resort"

I stayed with my sister for six nights in adjoining rooms (one bungalow holds two separate identical kingsize bedrooms) close to the beach. This was our first visit to Bali and Indonesia. We were truly enchanted by the Resort, seeing it in person is even more beautiful than the pictures convey. We had opted against pre-booking half board, but ended up eating dinner at the resort every night, sometimes a la carte and twice by pre ordering a house specialty meal (duck filled with local spices and steamed in banana leaves and crispy pork leg - 24 hour notice to the chef). Both breakfast and dinners were excellent, full of local flavours and lovingly presented. There is also a good wine list to choose from. One thing to mention is the great coffee, grown on Bali. Rooms were spacious, clean and beautifully decorated. Large bathroom and an outdoor shower that I will miss from now on! A/C worked well. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful, their comprehension of English mostly good. My sister availed herself of the complimentary daily yoga lesson and had two massages, she was very pleased with both, the Spa is stunningly beautiful and serene. I loved the large and warm pool, the water being so soft and no chlorine smell (we were told they use sea salt in maintenance), floating, watching the plentiful birds and listening to their songs - it doesn't get much more relaxing for me! My sister and I, by chance, were at the resort during Bali's New Year festivities and were able to watch several local parades and partake in Bali's 'silent day' - the first day of the new year. Few tourists stay at the north west corner of Bali, which is wonderful for people who want to see this one-of-a-kind island without party crowds. Girls from the local schools did perform Balinese dances in colourful costumes to traditional music provided by boys one evening. Exotic and enchanting to watch! My sister and I think we will visit again, and even bring our husbands to this lovely resort.

"Not a 5 Star Resort"

Matahari markets itself as a 5-star hotel and charges 5-star prices, but many elements are not up to that standard. Hotel Grounds & Arrival: 5 Stars: The grounds are very beautiful and elegant. There are beautiful statues throughout the lush grounds. There’s a huge, inviting swimming pool. Management greeted us personally upon arrival. Very nice touch! Property is oceanfront. Beach is “black sand” with lots of small rocks. Small bay is beautiful with very calm waters great for swimming. (Some plastic and other garbage in the water, but unfortunately this is unavoidable in most places these days.) (Be aware there are lots of mosquitos here and throughout Pemuteran area. Bug spray recommended.) Staff: 3-4 stars: Staff are courteous and competent, and can speak reasonable English. Food: 2-3 stars: The food is mediocre and very overpriced. Better versions of the same items on their menu (e.g., soup, club sandwich, grilled tuna, fried rice, pasta) are available at a multitude of nearby hotels and restaurants at less than 1/2 of the price. For example, the Kinaara Resort right across the street has grilled mahi mahi for $10 and very tasty fresh dessert crepes with caramelized coconut, chocolate sauce, and fried banana for about $3 USD. At La Casa Kita down the street you can get a refreshing lemongrass soda and an outstanding brick-oven pizza for about $6 USD. Our meals at Matahari were unremarkable and cost about $60+ USD each (for 2 people), vs. $15-30 USD for some fantastic meals outside the Matahari (including other resorts!). They definitely need to up their game on the food. The breakfast buffet is just ok: Fresh fruit and juice, eggs, one type of cheese, cold cuts, odd-tasting yogurt, and several varieties of dry bread. However, worthy of mention is the pretzel served at the beachfront restaurant which was fresh, hot, doughy and delicious! Yoga: 2-3 stars. The open-air yoga area is in a beautiful outdoor location, but the space is very small. The 5 people who showed up for class could barely fit. The teacher’s English was minimal which made some of the instructions hard to follow, if not comical (“Down your arms.” “Look up your face.”). All of this would have been perfectly fine, except for the mosquitos. We provided them a large supply of our blood during the 60-minute class. Not the best experience for reaching a zen state. I surrender myself to the mosquitos… OM. Massage: The spa building itself is very elegant. Matahari charges $60 USD for one hour basic Balinese massage. While that’s perfectly reasonable in the U.S., this is Bali. The Juvenex Spa down the street offers an outstanding massage, albeit in a more modest facility, for just $10 USD per hour. The Vibe: Throughout our stay (4 nights), the clientele pretty much turned over 100%. The guests were primarily middle-aged Europeans (mostly German). The owners are a 60-year-old German man and his Balinese wife, and locals told us that many Germans come to this resort. Unfortunately, the energy was not very friendly. Other patrons did not often say “good morning” or smile in passing. This could be a good thing if you are looking to be completely ignored by your fellow guests, but we found it to be stuffy and unwelcoming. The Villa: We splurged and stayed at the private villa with its own pool. Villa Pros: The grounds/garden of the villa were beautifully manicured, lush, and very large. The pool was beautiful, clean, and large – with 2 fountains flowing into it and a massage table in a pavilion next to it. There’s also an elegant (but unheated) outdoor shower and a stream room. This was the definite highlight of the villa! Very luxurious and enjoyable. There are 2 separate outdoor dining areas to enjoy. There’s a beautiful pond with lilies and a peaceful Buddha statue. The villa itself is very large; it would easily accommodate 2 couples, as there are 2 king bedrooms each with their own bathroom. The massive living room has many books (including one called “Hitler’s Women,” which was slightly disturbing.) There’s a stereo to plug your phone into to play music (fortunately, we had an aux-in cable). There’s a basic kitchen that includes a full refrigerator/freezer and the main things you need to prepare light meals and coffee should you so desire. Air conditioning worked well. Bidet in one bathroom. Villa Neutrals: There is a lot of storage space (big closet, wardrobe etc.) as it used to be a private residence of the owners and it wasn’t designed as a hotel room. Suitable for a long-term stay. The villa is across the street and down just a bit from the main hotel. They were kind enough to include bikes so it only took a very short bike ride to get back and forth. (A pro if you want privacy, a con if you want to be close to the main facilities.) The décor in the villa is very ornate- it felt a bit like staying in a museum. There are sculptures of many naked women carved into the bathroom walls. The canopy bed is hand carved wood with very fine detail. It felt a bit over-the-top, but for some I’m sure it would feel very elegant. Villa Cons: There is a prayer chant broadcast through a speaker of a nearby mosque several times per day, including at 4am. It is not too loud, but if you are a light sleeper you’re likely to wake up, especially if you haven’t been sleeping that well because of the very uncomfortable bed (see below). The bathrooms have only bathtubs (albeit large ones) with handheld sprayers. There is no hook on the wall to hang the sprayer, so you can’t really take a shower. You have to sit in the tub and hold the sprayer – it’s a bit awkward. Light switches are in hard-to-find locations and the main bathtub is way more challenging to operate than a bathtub should be (3 staff members couldn’t figure it out either). Gardeners, maintenance and cleaning people were at the villa and surrounding grounds constantly. We had to ask the manager twice to get people to stop coming so that we could have some privacy. Fortunately, once that message got through we were left alone and had a very relaxing time. Perhaps the worst part is that the beds are rock hard. It was just a step above sleeping on the ground—the worst beds we slept in out of 9 hotels in Indonesia, including several budget accommodations. We found it hard to believe such a beautiful, elegant villa at a 5-star hotel could have such horrible beds… Maybe it’s how they drum up business for massages? Yikes. Overall: We loved the private pool and grounds tremendously, and the ocean-front location is beautiful. But the rest of the experience was lacking and not justifiably priced. Next time, we’ll go elsewhere.

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