Size Mat­ters

Hong Kong Tatler - - Life -

There are many rea­sons to go to The Mu­lia. There’s the lo­ca­tion, Nusa Dua, surely the best spot on the Ba­li­nese coast, where huge white-tipped waves crash against the sand in a way that’s rem­i­nis­cent of LA and its Bay­watch babes, rather than the typ­i­cally placid wa­ters of Asia. Then there’s the in­te­rior— airy din­ing rooms of creamy mar­ble with white-gloved wait­ers serv­ing Rus­sian oli­garchs, Chi­nese ty­coons and Amer­i­can mil­lion­aires. There’s the bed­rooms, which are all sump­tu­ous suites, with gold-toned liv­ing rooms lead­ing through to vast beds with 1,000-thread-count sheets, bath­rooms with twin basins, huge stand­alone baths and Ja­panese loos, and—be­cause at The Mu­lia big­ger is al­ways bet­ter—enough wardrobe space to keep Lady Gaga happy. How­ever, the most mem­o­rable fea­ture has to be the swim­ming pool, flanked by 20 gi­ant Game of Thrones-like stone maid­ens that tower over you as you sun­bathe and sip on cock­tails. Yes, you read that right, and yes, they’re odd—but they’re also great fun to pose with for pic­tures with. themu­lia.com

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