Hyatt Rolls Out “Stay 3 Pay 2” Offer in Indonesia

While this deal is valid for stays through June, the booking period runs only until February 11.

Left to right: The lobby at Alila Solo; Andaz Bali’s Shanti Pool. (All photos courtesy of Hyatt)

Thanks to Hyatt’s brand-new “Stay 3 Pay 2” offer in Indonesia, travelers can look forward to an extra night on qualifying stays at nearly a dozen Hyatt hotels and resorts across the archipelago. Participating properties include those under the Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Andaz, and Alila brands, all catering to different travel desires.

Visitors or staycationers in the Indonesian capital will delight in two sophisticated urban retreats. With its newly renovated rooms and memorable dining experiences (Le Petit Chef 3 is a must-do), Grand Hyatt Jakarta offers a place to stay that’s blissfully quiet yet right in the heart of the action. Facing the Welcome Monument, the Grand Hyatt offers easy access to major attractions and stands just a few steps away from an MRT station. Meanwhile, Alila SCBD in the dynamic Sudirman Central Business District is surrounded by upscale retail destinations, sophisticated dining venues, and nightlife spots. Ashta, Jakarta’s trendiest new lifestyle mall, lies just a stone’s throw away.

Le Burger, one of two on-site restaurants at Alila SCBD Jakarta.

Grand Hyatt Jakarta and its lagoon pool at dusk.

Holidaymakers bound for Bali in the coming months will be spoiled for choice with seven Hyatt properties dotting the island, including four beachfront hotels and resorts. These range from Grand Hyatt Bali, set in lush, expansive grounds (and featuring five swimming pools) within the Nusa Dua enclave, to a pair of side-by-side resorts in Sanur: Hyatt Regency Bali and village-inspired Andaz Bali. Guests stepping out from Alila Seminyak will find plenty of chic cafés and boutiques on its doorstep, or they can kick back with sundowners and sustainable seafood at its signature beachside restaurant SeaSalt. Couples seeking more privacy on southern Bali’s Bukit Peninsula should look to the ultra-luxe Alila Villas Uluwatu, where creature comforts and uninterrupted vistas of the Indian Ocean await, as does a Sunset Cabana lounge that cantilevers over the edge of the limestone cliff. Meanwhile, the secluded seaside resort of Alila Manggis is an ideal base from which to explore less-trammeled East Bali and the dive sites around Amed. At the hillside retreat of Alila Ubud, guests have the chance to immerse themselves in the charms of the countryside and Bali’s cultural, spiritual, and artistic heart.

A Superior room at Alila Ubud.

Inside the breezy reception area at Hyatt Regency Bali in Sanur.

The plunge pool and private cabana of a one-bedroom villa at Alila Villas Uluwatu.

Travelers keen to delve into Javanese culture and heritage in the twin royal cities of Yogyakarta and Solo have two notable lodgings to choose from. Those bedding down at Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta can stroll through the 22-hectare gardens and tee off at a nine-hole golf course looking out toward smoldering volcano Mount Merapi. History buffs will find an impressive number of ancient Hindu-Buddhist archaeological sites close by, including the UNESCO-protected temples of Borobudur and Prambanan. Less than two hours up the road, contemporary rooms with a view await at Alila Solo; the 28-story hotel is also home to the highest rooftop bar in all of Central Java.

The “Stay 3 Pay 2” offer is available for qualifying stays from January 25 through June 30, 2022, though you’ll have to act fast as bookings must be made by February 11. Rooms should be reserved through Hyatt.com by using the promo code HFR3, or via key online travel agent partners and wholesalers. One-day advance booking is required.

More information here.

An Indian Ocean sunset as seen from Alila Seminyak.

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