Revivo Wellness Resort

Nusa Dua, Denpasar & South Bali, Indonesia Book from Book from £241 per night

A serene spa hotel with lush gardens, a shimmering pool and fabulous wellness programmes, located on Nusa Dua peninsula in south Bali
If you're looking to recharge both body and soul, Revivo is a revelation. This chic spa hotel set in 2.5 hectares of deeply relaxing grounds and gardens on Nusa Dua peninsula is one of the best wellness retreats in Bali. The design mixes traditional Balinese architecture with a contemporary minimalist feel - which means you can relax in style. The large airy suites have colonial four-posters, thatched ceilings, sunken baths and walk-in showers; villas have outdoor showers, and some have private pools. Elsewhere, a bar overlooking the pool terrace, a restaurant for delicious Balinese food, and even a shuttle bus to whizz you down to the beach.

Although we have yet to visit, Revivo exists ‘to soothe the spirit, rejuvenate the body and enrich the mind’ and the superb wellness programmes seem to do just that. There are several to choose from: detox, de-stress, healthy living, mindfulness for professionals and emotional balance among others. Each lasts two days and includes a range of yoga, meditation, spa treatments and ancient Balinese therapies. Your day starts with three healing ‘shots,’ while the food – super tasty and seriously healthy – is part of the programme. There’s no flimflam here, just total excellence delivered by fantastic staff.

Information provided by Revivo Wellness Resort on 14/07/2020.

Cleaning and hygiene
Enhanced cleaning, hygiene and safety measures including cleaning all hard surfaces (e.g. floors, desks, countertops, tables) and all soft or porous surfaces (e.g. carpets, rugs, drapes). Regularly wiping and disinfecting high-touch areas such as door handles, light switches, in-room tablets, safes, coffee machines and minibar refrigerators. All linens and towels washed with a disinfecting laundry detergent; also bed scarfs, bedspreads, and decorative pillows. Housekeeping staff have PPE, including gloves and face masks. New guests occupy room several hours after previous guest checked out. Staff training. Hand sanitiser and face masks offered. Daily temperature checks for guests and staff. Guests can opt out of daily room housekeeping.

Common areas
Hand sanitiser dispensers throughout hotel and in high traffic areas. Reconfigured restaurant and lounge seating for appropriate spacing.
Face-to-face interaction between staff and guests reduced. Signage for both guests and staff with recommended public health guidelines, including social distancing and hand washing.

Food and drink
Increased in-room dining options; guests can opt for contactless room service delivery. Increased mini-bar offerings and complimentary treats (e.g. fruit, snacks).

In room amenities replaced between check-ins, amenities provided on demand to guests. Spa treatments can be provided in guest rooms. Frequent cleaning of all gym equipment with extra attention to high-touch areas, such as weight equipment, treadmill interfaces and handrails, and yoga mats and exercise balls. Pool and fitness areas frequently cleaned. Enforcing guest hygiene practices, e.g. shower with soap and water before entering pool/spa facilities, hand washing before using equipment. 1 guest at a time in steam/sauna facilities.

Guests need to fill out questionnaire outlining travel history and health.


  • The setting is serene: beautiful, peaceful, very relaxing and totally private
  • Excellent wellness retreats and spa treatments – don’t miss the floating yoga!
  • Luxurious, uncluttered rooms have a crisply soothing style
  • Fresh, wholesome, organic and balanced food (and the only vegan/vegetarian menu in Nusa Dua)
  • The pool area is a great place to relax after a hard day at the spa


  • No TVs in the rooms, which makes sense at a wellness retreat, but there’s high-speed WiFi for streaming if required
  • Some may find it expensive, but this is one of the best wellness retreats on Bali, and well worth the splash
  • Wellness programmes require a minimum 3-night stay

Best time to go

April to October are the drier months, but even January (the wettest month) will have lots of sun during the day.

Our top tips

Lots of tourists hire mopeds and don’t wear helmets as it’s not required by law. Don’t join them. Either wear a helmet and dress for the occasion – shorts and T-shirts offer no protection – or use a taxi.

Great for...

Great Outdoors
  • Boutique Spa Hotel
  • 16 rooms
  • Breakfast included
  • All ages welcome
  • Open all year
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa
  • WiFi
  • Pet Friendly
  • Disabled Access
  • Beach Nearby
  • Off-street Parking
  • Restaurants Nearby
  • Air Conditioning
  • Guest Lounge
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Gym
  • Bicycles Available
  • Laundry service


Suites and villas are scattered about, each private and peaceful, with pretty gardens and a terrace where you can eat if you want a quiet night away from the restaurant.

Suites are large with high ceilings, beautiful four-poster beds wrapped up in crisp white cotton and daybeds under canopies. You’ll find bowls of fruit, fresh flowers and big doors that open onto a private garden. Marble bathrooms are a delight with white robes, walk-in showers and sunken baths overlooking the garden. All have space for one extra bed.

The villas add some mighty extras. Smaller 1-Bedroom Villas come with outdoor showers, private courtyards and panoramic views; larger ones also have an 8.5-metre-long swimming pool. The 2-Bedroom Villas up the ante again and come with 21m-pools and excellent garden views. As for the 4-Bedroom Villa, it comes with a 25m-pool, a media room and a private chef and butler.

Features include:

  • Air conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Coffee / tea making
  • Fan
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar/fridge
  • Mosquito net
  • Phone
  • Private garden
  • Safe box
  • Terrace
  • Toiletries
  • WiFi


Healthy Balinese cooking is a major part of the ethos here. The menus are long and varied, use the freshest ingredients (organic where possible), and incorporate food sourced from local farmers. It’s all fresh – no additives, preservatives or processed food touches your plate – with the menu explaining the health benefits of each ingredient.

Breakfast starts with three healthy 'shots' to prepare your gut for food. After that, you could try banana porridge, mango with coconut yoghurt, poached eggs with guacamole, fresh fruits and juices and some delicious homemade bread.

Lunch and dinner offer more substantial plates, with raw vegan options, refreshing smoothies, lots of fantastic vegetarian dishes, perhaps soba noodles with avocado and local goats cheese or Balinese falafels with beetroot hummus, baba ganoush and pita bread. You’ll also find fish and meat, even a burger, but the vibe here is very much towards exploring the healthier, kinder dishes and feeling all the better for it.

Features include:

  • Coffee / tea making
  • Dinner by arrangement
  • Lunch by arrangement
  • Minibar/fridge
  • Restaurant
  • Room service


  • The spa treatments and wellness retreats are the big draw here and while retreats need to be booked in advance, you can book spa treatments as and when
  • There are lots on offer: yoga in all its forms, hydrotherapy pools, sauna and steam baths, traditional Balinese treatments, body massages, wraps by the dozen, the odd scrub
  • Throw in kickboxing and Pilates classes and you’ll need an hour by the pool to make up your mind
  • The local beaches are easy to get to and the hotel’s shuttle bus will drop you off and pick you up. Book in advance
  • Hire bikes and take a spin around the peninsular, checking out temples and stopping to swim at beaches. You can also: hike, bike, dive, snorkel, fish, ride and walk
  • Finally, the Bali National Golf course backs onto the hotel and they even hold a golf and Pilates retreat, so come to work on your posture while improving your swing

Activities on site or nearby include:

  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Historical sites
  • Plantlife / flora
  • Swimming
  • Traditional cultures
  • Well being
  • Yoga


Children of all ages are welcome at Revivo. However, there are no kids facilities (unless the family retreat is booked where kids can partake in family yoga and other healthy activities). Kids over the age of 6 can partake in the family programme.

Best for:

All ages


  • Airport: 30 minutes
  • Restaurants: 8-10 minutes
Kid Friendly:


Revivo sits idly up in the hills surrounded by teak forest and just 2km above Nusa Dua Beach on the southern tip of Bali.

By Air:
Denpasar Ngurah Rai (17km / 30-minute drive) is served by many international airlines.

From the Airport
The hotel offers transfers to and from the airport. If you'd prefer to get a taxi, go to the Airport Taxi Desk in arrivals, where fares are fixed. If you are partaking in a wellness programme, then both the Fasttrack immigration service and return airport transfers are included.

By Ferry:
There are frequent boats between Bali and the major islands in Indonesia, including Java, Lombok and Komodo.

Detailed directions will be sent to you when you book through i-escape.


  • Ngurah Rai International Airport 17.0 km DPS


  • Beach 1.5 km
  • Shops 3.0 km
  • Restaurant 2.5 km

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