For most people, the ideal vacation includes escaping to a sun drenched paradise, and at the mere mention of paradise, Bali instantly comes to mind.
Yes, Bali has beaches, surfing, diving, and resorts great and small, but it’s the scenic south-west, in Nusa Dua, where one resort out does them all.
Grand Hyatt Bali is the crown jewel of resorts in Nusa Dua, though this incredible 42-acre resort is more of an intimate beautiful Balinese river village than your typical resort.
With 5 star facilities, and a world-class shopping and convention centre at its front door, the hotel blends Balinese hospitality, tropical scenery, and modern convenience while oozing luxury across the board. And then there’s 650 meters of private white-sand beach, and activities galore.
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Though be quick, this deal ends soon. You can buy now and book later – packages are valid for stays until 31 August 2018.
The Grand Hyatt Bali Hotel Review
Just 15 minutes from Bali Airport, the Grand Hyatt Bali offers spacious rooms with private balconies. It features 5 outdoor pools, a well-appointed spa and 8 dining options.
While Bali is one island, it’s a diverse patchwork of many destinations, so it may be in your interests to rent a car. Free parking is provided, though with the Grand Hyatt’s incredible range of on-site facilities you’ll be tempted not to leave the resort.
Also consider that convenient private return airport transfers are included in packages from Luxury Escapes between the Grand Hyatt Bali and Denpasar Airport.
What Makes Your Stay Grand
The Grand Hyatt has 636 spacious guestrooms in modern Balinese design. This is luxurious, 5 star accommodation in a spectacular beach front setting, and its star-studded guest list boasts famous names including Barack Obama, Luciano Pavarotti and Sylvester Stallone.
The luxurious rooms have plenty of natural light, and include magnificent sights of tropical gardens, lagoons, and white sand beach.
Rooms and suites are set across four villages, including Grand Suites, Grand Executive Suites, Ambassador Suites, Presidential Suites, and Villas with private pools.
All rooms have individually controlled air conditioning, a separate shower and bath, cable TV, in-room safe, hairdryer and private balcony overlooking tropical gardens, lagoons or stunning views of the Indian Ocean.
You Won’t Want to Leave the Resort
If you manage to pull yourself away from the room, there’s plenty happening at the resort for you to do. To start with, you have five of the most spectacular lagoon-style swimming pools to choose from (including an awesome 50-metre water slide), as well as a private stretch of beach.
Guests can enjoy a game of tennis or work out at the fitness centre (though you’re on vacation, and calories don’t count!). There’s a jogging trail, a nine-hole golf putting green and a fish-themed Kids’ Club, music corner, indoor/outdoor play area, and gazebo (if you’re traveling with family check out the Luxury Escapes exclusive Ultimate Family Upgrade, valid for two adults and three kids aged 15 and under).
And then there’s the indulgent Kriya Spa. Kriya (meaning “ritual” in Sanskrit) is a Balinese spa that celebrates authentic island healing forms. Drawing inspiration from traditional Balinese methods, it promotes longevity and youth with the use of local herbs and roots.
This is a lavish water palace which features a range of treatments inspired by the healing philosophies of Hindu, Jamu and Ayurveda. Book in for a 60-minute traditional Balinese massage.
Points of interest if you do leave the resort
➡ Kintamani and Penelokan, Mount Batur.
➡ The Besakig, Bali’s mother temple.
➡ Tanah Lot, a sea temple.
➡ Ubud, the center for Balinese paintings and fine arts.
➡ Celuk, a village known for gold and silver work.
➡ Batuan, a center for the arts.
➡ Goa Gajah, elephant cave and temple complex.
➡ Sanur and Kutar beaches.
➡ Denpasar city and the Bali museum.
Mouthwatering Local Cuisine
Dining at Grand Hyatt Bali can only be described as a culinary experience; the resort boasts several of the finest dining restaurants, bars, lounge and entertainment on the island; from an Italian Restaurant at Salsa Verde to romantic rooftop Salsa Bar with panoramic views of the Nusa Dua coastline.
Discover great food of Nampu Japanese Restaurant which serves fresh sushi, sashimi, yakitori and tempura. Dine underneath the stars at Pasar Senggol, designed as a contemporary Balinese night market which serves Indonesian and Balinese food with seafood grill.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner, choose from International Asian and Western comfort foods and specialties at the Garden Cafe or Watercourt Restaurant with Balinese themed breakfast venue.
Just a few steps away from the beach and the Indian Ocean, relax and taste original classic cocktail blends at the Pool Bar and Veranda Lounge and Bar.
How to Book at a Hugely Discounted Price
Grand Hyatt Bali is more than a place; it’s a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind. It’s an award-winning beachfront paradise with spectacular lagoon-style pools, tropical gardens, a white-sand beach, restaurants, a spa and much more.
How to book at a hugely discounted price? One of Luxury Escapes’ bestselling Bali offers is back and better than ever, with brand new and exclusive packages perfect for both couples and families. Packages include eight nights with daily breakfasts, dining experiences, spa treatments, cocktails and more, valued at up to $6,500 for just $1,999 (two adults plus up to two kids aged 12 and under stay free).
You can buy now and book later (packages are valid for stays until 31 August 2018), though be quick, this deal ends soon.
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