Luxury beachfront resort Conrad Bali has extended its raft of first-class promotional offers with the launch of its Free & Easy package, with simple yet irresistible offers focused on dining and spa pampering. Following on from the successful launch of its Suite Escape package - where this exclusive sanctuary offered guests the chance to relax and recharge in one of Bali’s most luxurious and private Suites, while connecting guests to a world of personalised privilege and pampering - Free & Easy makes enjoying this world-class resort’s facilities uncomplicated and simply unmissable.
By booking the Free & Easy package guests will enjoy a free one-hour massage in the resort’s exclusive spa for two people. Balinese traditions have been a source of inspiration behind the spa’s new cutting-edge wellness retreats and holistic services that are offered in the spa’s spacious treatment rooms. Guests will be treated to world-renowned Thalgo skin care products, as the well-trained, friendly spa team welcomes guests to the five stunning spa garden pavilions.
The re-imagined and reborn Jiwa Spa has now put Conrad Bali back in the vanguard of spa, creating Bali’s 17-room rejuvenation destination, headed by newly appointed Australian spa and wellness specialist, Melanie James.
Dining at the resort’s award-winning restaurants has never been so enticing: Guests can now treat themselves to Conrad Bali’s superb selection of Asian and international cuisine with a 15% discount, valid throughout guests’ entire stay.
The promotion, which runs until March 31, 2013, also includes daily buffet breakfast for two people, plus two children below 12 years old eat free from the Kids Menu with every meal when their parents are dining.
These spectacular treats are the perfect addition to the resort’s luxurious and tranquil beachfront surroundings. Its 353 guestrooms and suites are spread across four low-rise wings, demonstrates the resort’s sense of space, luxury and style. Each boasts a private patio or balcony offering panoramic views over the resort, ocean, lagoons or gardens, while guest rooms and suites feature fascinating tribal Indonesian art, further complemented by contemporary in-room facilities.