Six Bali Resorts Offering Upgraded Quarantine Stays

“Warm Up Vacation” packages at these properties allow international travelers to step outside their room or villa during their five-day isolation period.

The lagoon-style main pool at Grand Hyatt Bali. (Photo: Hyatt Hotels Corporation)

Grand Hyatt Bali

Quarantining guests at this expansive Nusa Dua resort will be housed in a separate wing, where they are free to use a gym and designated pool area, as well as a private section of the adjoining beach. A small number of staff will be on hand to look after travelers and guide them through activities such as yoga and Crossfit workouts; rest assured that these Hyatt associates must undergo regular testing and isolate while on duty. Warm Up Vacation packages start at Rp 10,500,000 (US$733) net, including four nights’ accommodation, three meals per day, two mandatory PCR tests, and a one-way airport transfer.


Inside the lobby at Griya Santrian, a beachfront hotel in Sanur. (Photo: Griya Santrian)

Griya Santrian

For the all-inclusive price of Rp 8,800,000 (US$615) net, international arrivals will be allowed to leave their rooms to explore the garden, dine at the restaurant, take a dip in the hotel’s swimming pool, and even top up on Vitamin D in a sunbathing area or a dedicated section of the beach next door. Daily breakfast is provided, along with set lunch and dinner; those craving more sustenance can take advantage of a 10 percent discount on food and drinks from the à la carte menu. Off the beach, travelers will have the opportunity to pass the time with yoga, table tennis, chess, and hands-on workshops in traditional crafts like coconut-leaf art.


A Deluxe room with a pool view at Royal Tulip Springhill Resort Jimbaran. (Photo: Royal Tulip)

Royal Tulip Springhill Resort Jimbaran

Being able to access the pool bar for cocktails is just one of the benefits of quarantining at Royal Tulip’s Jimbaran outpost. Aside from receiving three meals and one snack per day, guests will have the chance to partake in a selection of in-house activities: think yoga and aerobics, making gebogan fruit offerings, cocktail and tea mixology sessions, and sports like water volleyball and table tennis. The five-day quarantine package is priced at Rp 8,140,000 (US$568) net for single occupancy, and Rp 6,940,000 (US$485) net per person for twin sharing in a 55-square-meter Deluxe room.


An aerial view of The Mulia in Nusa Dua. (Photo: The Mulia Bali)

The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali

Rates for a four-night stay at The Mulia start from Rp 19,500,000 (US$1,362) net in a Grandeur room for two. International visitors will be given access to a designated pool and outdoor dining area at certain time slots, while activities such as yoga and tai-chi sessions beckon. Those bedding down in a 505-square-meter Mulia Villa will get to relax in their own pool and garden, and enjoy their meals in a private dining pavilion. Guests can choose either a daily full-board meal plan or receive breakfast with a daily credit of Rp 500,000 (US$35) net per head to use on lunch and/or dinner from the in-room dining menu. Also included are five pieces of laundry per room each day, two PCR tests per traveler, a one-way airport transfer, and Covid-19 insurance valid in Indonesia for the next 30 days.


A daybed on the beach at The Westin Nusa Dua. (Photo: Marriott International)

The Westin Nusa Dua, Bali

Thanks to the Westin’s signature Heavenly beds and nutritious options from the specially developed Eat Well menu, isolating travelers will look and feel great by the time they’re ready to begin their Bali holiday in earnest. No less than 99 rooms in a standalone building have been set aside for arriving overseas guests, who will receive daily breakfast on top of resort credit starting from Rp 2,800,000 (US$196) per person, plus access to a restaurant and pool. Complimentary add-ons range from cooking classes and meditation sessions to outdoor movie nights in the garden. Rates start from Rp 10,350,000 (US$723) for a solo traveler for four nights, and Rp 15,500,000 (US$1,082) for double occupancy. The offer is available through June.


The bedroom of a Deluxe Terrace pool villa at Viceroy Bali. (Photo: Viceroy Bali)

Viceroy Bali

Those wishing to splurge on a 150-square-meter Deluxe Terrace pool villa at this dreamy retreat outside Ubud can expect to pay Rp 10,315,000 (US$720) per night, which comes to a grand total of Rp 41,260,000 (US$2,880) for a four-night stay. While guests can dine in the comfort of their villas or at the on-site Cascades restaurant, a changing roster of activities will be offered in designated outdoor areas: it’s possible to book a private croquet experience in the garden, learn to create floral canang sari offerings, embark on a greenhouse tour with the chef, or join an aqua aerobics or yoga session. The package also includes insurance coverage of up to US$70,000 for medical treatment in case of Covid-19 diagnosis.

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