Located just minutes from Broome’s city centre and Cable Beach, guests can choose from self-contained studios and villas set among exotic tropical gardens. All accommodation includes a spacious courtyard with barbecue and outdoor dining facilities and guests can enjoy the luxury of showering under the stars in their own private open-air 'Mandi' bathroom. For true pampering, facilities include a large outdoor swimming pool and heavenly day spa offering a wide range of unique Balinese-inspired health and beauty therapies.
Why we recommend Bali Hai Resort & Spa
- Short stroll to Cable Beach
- Luxury day spa on-site
- Self-contained accommodation
- Unique private open-air bathrooms
- Large saltwater swimming pool
Attractions near Bali Hai Resort & Spa
Be Pampered With Exotic Treatments In Tropical Surrounds
Without having to even leave the resort, indulge in an exotic luxury treatment at the Bali Hai Spa. There are seven treatment rooms, named after the natural elements in the traditional Indonesian language: Kayu (wood), Langit (sky), Tanah (earth), Matahari (sun), Hujun (rain), Pantai (beach) and Indah (beautiful).
There is a range of exclusive therapies as unique as the surrounding Kimberley wilderness, based on Balinese tradition. Choose from a variety of treatments such as a Balinese coco hot oil wrap, a pearl facial or a passion of the pearl treatment (Broome's specialty). Take the opportunity to heal the body, rejuvenate the spirit and restore inner harmony and vitality.
Visit The Untouched Paradise Of The Buccaneer Archipelago
Comprised of up to 1,000 individual islands in clear turquoise waters, the Buccaneer Archipelago is one of planet Earth’s best-kept natural secrets. A truly serene, isolated paradise, it is home to rainforests, mangrove estuaries, hidden reefs and white sandy beaches.
A rich natural wilderness, the area is a vast breeding ground for a huge variety of wildlife including crocodiles, snakes, birds, bats and fish. Discover its pristine beauty by cruising around the islands, fish in the abundant waters and witness firsthand some of the biggest tides in the world – up to 11 metres – which cause the incredible phenomena that is the Horizontal Waterfalls in Talbot Bay.