Hyatt Indonesia Offers Complimentary Hotel Credits

In addition, World of Hyatt members can earn double rewards on stays through mid-December.

Paddling in the waters off eastern Bali’s Alila Manggis at sunset. (All photos courtesy of Hyatt)

Holidaymakers bound for Bali or Java may want to take advantage of the newly launched Explore Indonesia and Save deal at a dozen Alila, Andaz, Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, and Hyatt Regency properties across the two islands. Until October 31, guests who book a stay between now and the end of March 2023 will receive up to US$100 to spend on dining experiences, spa treatments, on-site activities, and excursions.

Travelers checking in to Andaz Bali have the option of using their extra credit for a hands-on workshop at the nearby studio of Kevala Ceramics, where pottery-makers lead an hour-long session on wheel-throwing followed by an hour on decorating and the hand-building technique. Up the coast at Alila Manggis, add-on activities include an outing in a traditional jukung boat at sunrise or sunset, to soak up the views back toward Bali’s shores and its sacred volcano Mount Agung.

Inside the studio of Kevala Ceramics, a short drive from Andaz Bali.

Those bedding down at Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta can practice their swing at the resort’s nine-hole golf course and embark on an off-road adventure in an ATV. Staycationers or visitors to the Indonesian capital should try out the restaurants at the newly opened Park Hyatt Jakarta: Javanese and regional Italian fare await at the Dining Room, while the rooftop Kita Bar — which enjoys sweeping vistas over downtown landmarks like the National Monument — serves cocktails and izakaya-inspired small plates.

What’s more, World of Hyatt members also have the chance to double their earnings through the end of the year thanks to the return of the Bonus Journeys offer. Registration runs until November 15, with members benefitting from double points on qualifying stays of two or more nights between September 15 and December 20, 2022 at over 1,100 participating Hyatt hotels around the world.

Enjoying Sunday brunch at Hyatt Regency Bali, right next door to the Andaz.

The 22nd-floor Dining Room at Park Hyatt Jakarta.

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