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St Regis Bali Resort, Bali, Indonesia [Master Thread]

St Regis Bali Resort, Bali, Indonesia [Master Thread]

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SPG Participation Policy

There are no standard rooms at this resort; therefore, Starpoint Award reservations must be booked at a higher Starpoint rate through your local customer contact center. Also, since all accommodations are either suites or villas, upgrades for Starwood Preferred Guest members do not apply.

Non-Smoking Policy

The resort is committed to providing guests and associates with an enhanced quality of air and environment by providing 100% non-smoking guest rooms, suites, and villas. Violations of this policy will incur a 250 USD penalty. Designated smoking areas are available in public areas.

Seclusion Day Information: March 9, 2016

Nyepi, known as the Day of Silence, marks the celebration of the Balinese New Year in the Hindu Lunar calendar. A spectacular procedure of ceremonies, parades of great bamboo monsters, and fireworks occur on the Eve of Nyepi, followed by a day of total silence and seclusion. The community strongly believes that if the island is silent and dark, the bad spirits will leave and the new year will start in peace. During Nyepi, from 6am until 6am the next day, the island stops. Nobody is allowed in the streets, use of electricity is restricted, and the international airport is closed.

In 2016, Nyepi will fall on Wednesday, March 9. Please note that check-in and checkout will not be possible on Nyepi Day, and Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) will be closed. Some of the resort facilities will operate as usual; however, there will be no transportation services to and from the resort, and televisions will not be available. Lights will be dimmed inside and there will be no outdoor lighting. Our pools and garden areas will still be accessible except for the beach. Only indoor seating will be available at Boneka Restaurant. Gourmand Deli will close at 8pm. King Cole Bar will remain closed.

We kindly invite you to respect this sacred day and observe these restrictions. Normal activity in Bali will resume at 6am on Thursday, March 10.

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Old Apr 28, 22, 2:39 pm
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Originally Posted by UASPG View Post
Just checked the rates at the St Regis for the beginning of July: From 8,464,750 IDR Avg./night (USD 583.51).

Just a bit less toward the end of June From 7,895,125 IDR Avg./night (USD 544.24).

I booked a few nights at the IC with points (I had to cancel 5 nights booked at 14K & 15K pts because EVA cancelled my flights and will have to start my trip in Thailand. The nights are now at 24K pts, so I booked 3 about 10 days later).

Before spending that money at the St Regis, for the end of my trip, I will spend some time searching on:
https://www.airbnb.com/bali-indonesia/stays
Bali seems to be the new St.Barth looking at the hotel rates.
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Old Jun 11, 22, 11:15 am
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Gourmet pass

Any comments on the Gourmet pass rate? It's about $150 more a day. I realize that's expensive by local standards but I also know that a single meal for 2 can easily be $100 at these resorts. For us the benefit would be tea and dinner since we would get Elite bfast benefits

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Old Jun 14, 22, 8:02 pm
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Originally Posted by bizum View Post
Any comments on the Gourmet pass rate? It's about $150 more a day. I realize that's expensive by local standards but I also know that a single meal for 2 can easily be $100 at these resorts. For us the benefit would be tea and dinner since we would get Elite bfast benefits
Would not recommend. Elite breakfast here is spectacular in terms of quality and I've never seen a bill. There have been days where we've just eaten breakfast and been full the rest of the day. Not saying that's for everyone, but think the chances that you'll have elite breakfast, tea, and dinner and end up spending more than $150 on food at afternoon tea and dinner are relatively slim.
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Old Sep 23, 22, 12:08 am
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Im thinking of booking 3 adults in a room; should I book a double or get a king with a rollaway bed? I cant tell if at luxury hotels like at the st. Regis theyre true doubles or queens.
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