The gorgeous Grand Hyatt Bali provides the perfect surroundings for the whole family to relax and enjoy the warm climate of Indonesia. The staff here will see that your stay is as comfortable as you could wish.
You will certainly find inner peace at the magnificent Kriya Spa, inspired by an ancient Balinese water palace. The rejuvenating treatments at Hyatt Bali are based on the ancient rituals of Harmony, Purity, Energy and Bliss, and can be individually tailored to ensure the guest achieves thorough relaxation.
For keeping up with your regime or simply for some light holiday exercise, the Bay Club Fitness and Health Centre won’t disappoint. With a gymnasium, aerobics studio, jogging trail, three floodlit tennis courts and glass-back squash courts, you’ll be well equipped to keep your heart pumping! The five swimming pools provide the perfect arena for more splash-based activity, or simply for a dip.
With no less than five restaurants serving up a mouth-watering range of Balinese, Japanese and Italian cuisine (among others), you’ll be sure of something to your taste. For a rather unique experience, dine outdoors at the Pasar Senggol, the resort’s very own Balinese night market. Here you can be entertained by Balinese cultural performances and whilst surrounded by authentic Indonesian and Balinese food stalls.
Quality family time can be one of the best parts of a holiday, but sometimes both you and the kids will want to do your own thing. The Camp Nusa Children’s Activity Centre (for guests aged 3 to 13) is on hand every day of the week with a fantastic range of fun activities, from games and sports to Balinese craftwork and fish-feeding. The sandcastle building competition is sure to delight.
Please note: The dates for Ramadan 2021 are Monday 12th April – Tuesday 11th May. Visitors during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: Nyepi Day is an observed day of silence associated with Balinese New Year, falling in 2021 from 6am on Sunday 14th March until 6am on Monday 15th March.