Bali Hyatt: the perfect mid-winter getaway
If you’re looking to plan an exotic mid-winter getaway now, look no further than the soon-to-be reopened Hyatt Regency Bali. Built in 1973, the hotel, formally known as Bali Hyatt, will retain its cultural aesthetics in addition to new features when it officially reopens on Jan. 1, 2019.
Set in the heart of Sanur, a seaside town in the southeast of the island of Bali and 30 minutes away from the airport, the property is in walking distance of lively boutiques, bohemian outlets, cafes and bars—essentially it’s the ideal location for both leisure and business travelers.
The hotel’s centralized location is not the only feature: There are 363 scenic rooms and suites with spacious outdoor balconies alongside a tremendous view. Each room comes with a unique blend of Balinese authenticity with a clean and sleek Japanese vibe.
The newly-renovated Hyatt Regency Bali is further enhanced by recreational facilities that include tropical swimming pools, an ecstatic fitness center, a spa complex with its own garden and pool, and the only 1,650-foot-long white sandy beach in Sanur. Guests can choose to indulge in Omang Omang Restaurant, serving local and international favorites, or have a romantic evening on the beach of Pizzaria, serving rich Italian cuisine. For a refreshment, The Piano Lounge is open for drinks and snacks from morning till midnight with live Jazz music.
And for travelers coming for meetings (we could think of worse places to hold work meetings), the all-new event spaces provide an inspiring place to convene, socialize or exhibit. All four meeting rooms are located in a secluded complex with its own drop off location. The meeting facility also offers an outdoor courtyard that can accommodate up to 160 people for social gatherings like receptions.
Guests can book their stay at hyattregencybali.comfrom now until the end of October to take advantage of the hotel’s opening discount offers for those who stay anytime from Jan. 1, 2019 to June 30, 2019.