Dubai, UAE & Bali, Indonesia
Includes flights, accommodation, daily breakfast & extras
Get ready to tick off your bucket list as you enjoy a luxurious twin-centre adventure through Dubai and Bali. You’ll spend your first three nights at the Grand Hyatt Dubai followed by a week-long stay at Bali’s Park Regis Kuta. Daily breakfast is included throughout your stay.
An excellently located hotel having a very good ambience. The rooms are centrally air-conditioned and are neat & very clean and well maintained.
It has a small & clean swimming pool and a very excellent restaurant.
Check in was very smooth. Ahmed at check in was ever so helpful and attentive. The staff helped with our bags to our room. The room was small but neat and the bathroom was very clean. Breakfast was pretty good, the kids especially enjoyed the pancakes and waffles.
Grand Hyatt Dubai
Grand by name and grand by nature, the award-winning Grand Hyatt Dubai is a five-star resort that towers over the edge of Dubai’s historic creek. The famous Dubai skyline is close to the touch and the hotel is in a prime location to enjoy some of the city’s most exciting attractions including the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and the Mall of the Emirates. The rooms and suites at Grand Hyatt Dubai are truly something spectacular, providing a heavenly retreat during your stay and kitted out with a number of amenities to make you feel right at home.
Thanks to the 13 award-winning restaurants and bars on-site at Grand Hyatt Dubai, going hungry most certainly isn’t an option. Indulge in the likes of authentic Singaporean cuisine, Indian fare, Pan-Asian food and much more, and enjoy a drink in the wine bar or the charming jazz lounge. The hotel also has three outdoor pools, a children’s pool with water games and slides, a shaded pool for toddlers, and an indoor pool with underwater music speakers. Additionally, relaxation is most certainly on the cards with a visit to the Ahasees Spa & Club whereby there is an extensive list of treatments, massages and ancient healing practices.
Park Regis Kuta
A four-star hotel exuding top-notch hospitality, brilliant comfort and the utmost comfort, Park Regis Kuta provides guests with an unforgettable stay from start to finish. The hotel is in a brilliant location, and is within walking distance to the buzzing centre of Kuta where you’ll find plenty of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, the main beach, shopping districts and much more. There is an eclectic choice of rooms and suites at Park Regis Kuta, all of which are comfortable and well-equipped with everything you need, and some even coming with a private plunge pool.
The range of dining options here are superb, and the Padi Padi Restaurant is the main event, offering a buffet breakfast, an á la carte lunch and an upscale dinner in a relaxed setting. There are also a range of leisure facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and a day spa offering a range of relaxing treatments.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The city where too much is never enough, Dubai is a thriving metropolis with a reputation for world-class hospitality and all things luxury. A holiday to Dubai means you can revel in the sunshine on its many beaches, with the most famous being Jumeirah Beach. This stretch of sand is adorned with multiple hotels and restaurants, while the water is warm all-year-round. Internationally known for its architectural individuality, Downtown Dubai is home to the iconic Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall, the latter of which ensures shopaholics are utterly in their element. If you want to escape the bustle of Downtown, the Dubai Marina is a well-visited area where you’ll find Riveria-style living built around a 3.5 kilometre canal, with seven delicious international restaurants found in Pier 7 Dubai Marina. Finally, no holiday to this UAE gem would be complete without visiting the desert where visitors can embark on a trip along the dunes on either a 4x4 or a camel, depending on your preference.
Thanks to its thriving tourism scene, Bali is one of Indonesia's wealthiest regions. An Indonesian island located between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, Bali is home to the vast majority of Indonesia's Hindu minority. The largest tourist destination in the whole country, it’s renowned for its arts scene, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. Bali has a tropical climate with average temperatures of 31°C, making it an idyllic holiday for those seeking relaxation. High humidity can be expected during wet season between the months of October - April. Head to the thriving town of Ubud, famous for its art and local artisan craftwork. Featured in the book and film Eat, Pray, Love and you can retrace Julia Roberts’ steps at your own leisure on a wander through its beautiful streets