Set on the Southermost tip of Bali peninsula, Melasti Beach, Minoo Beach Club is an idyllic getaway to get-soaked in Bali’s timeless tropical atmosphere. The Bohemian inspired shoreline lounge just reopened its doors to Bali residents, introducing a number of September specials in celebration.
Derrived from Persian words for ‘Heaven’, Minoo will be a splendid holiday destination for travelers and their loved ones. Settled alongside Melasti Beach in the pristine Ungasan region, the shoreside venue is heavily inspired by vibrant Bohemian touch, adorned by eclectic wooden materials with some seating area directly build overlooking the blue Ocean vista.
A 100 capacity restaurant will greet all the guests; joined by 38 sun loungers, a 15-capacity alfresco dining area. There’s also two impressive options in terms of cooling off – Minoo Beach Club boasts direct beach access, as well as a stylish swimming pool area.
Guest will be able to revisit Minoo Beach Club from September 1st, with the venue open from 1.00pm on weekdays, and from 10.00am on weekends, until late. As a gift to its patrons, Mȉnoo has promised that on weekdays there will be no minimum spend required, but as an added treat, the entrance fee will also be postponed until further notice. A special menu has also been introduced to the seafood-favouring restaurant, with a number of new Indonesian dishes. Alongside September’s Family Package, which promises that kids eat for free.
If it’s just the two of you, you can instead indulge in afternoon tea for a very affordable price – a trio each of savoury and sweet snacks, alongside homemade jam and a glass of sparkling goodness. Minoo’s stand-out dishes will include a daily ‘Catch of the Day’. Working in collaboration with local fisherman for fresh seafood, the venue will then be able to customize the fish in question to guests’ preferences, whether that be grilled, pan-friend, wok-fried or steamed.
Guests need not fear – in light of COVID-19 pandemic, Mȉnoo Beach Club has introduced strict protocols to ensure the health and safety of its guests. The venue capacity has been reduced by 50%, and guests will be required to wear a mask at all times except when eating and drinking. Regular hand washing will also be encouraged, cashless pay introduced, and temperature checks required on entry. Team members are also required to have their temperatures checked before entering their working environment, as well as adhere to social distancing and don protective equipment including face masks, face shields and hand gloves.
Mȉnoo Beach Club
Jl. Penganyutan, Melasti Beach, Ungasan