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After years and years and years of delays…the Hyatt Regency Bali is taking reservations starting January 1st, 2019. What’s even better? It’s currently accepting reservations, on opening day and beyond, for just 5k points a night. YES, you read that correctly. A gorgeous, beautiful, ocean front resort in one of the most desirable locations in the world, is pricing in at Hyatt’s lowest possible redemption rate: Category 1. To make things even better, remember you can earn elite night credits off award nights and cash + points reservations, and looking at a number of dates, both straight up award night and cash + points are available. Let’s take a look at the renderings provided by Hyatt and get a sneak peek at the Hyatt Regency Bali.
Hyatt Regency Bali common spaces
Currently rates are around $225 a night. Or 5k a night. OR 2500 + $50.
5 cents per Hyatt point? That’s an incredible value.
Remember, if you’re explorist, you can add on club upgrade certificates to cash, points, or cash + points reservations.
If I were to stay here, I’d 100% add on one of my upgrade certs. You can also use 7k points a night to stay in a club room and gain access to a free continental breakfast, canapes, and I’d guess some tasty drink options 🙂
Remember also that Chase is offering an incredible deal on their World of Hyatt credit card.
This is a card that is high on my list to pick up in the near term. The list of benefits are incredible, and if you’re a fan of Hyatt it’s well worth considering.
I’m currently planning a trip to Bali.
I was lucky enough to visit Bali last year on my Mom’s Around the World 75th birthday trip. I’m very excited to be headed back to Ubud, but also to a beach resort for a few days. While I stayed at the Conrad Nusa Dua last time around, I’d like to experience something different. I’m certainly entertaining the idea of staying at this property, and the value couldn’t be better. Needless to say, if you’re looking to take a trip to Bali after January 1st, the Hyatt Regency Bali should be high up on your list of stays.
Here’s the review of where I stayed last year in Bali.
*All images, including the feature, are courtesy of Hyatt.com
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