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Book by May 31: Conrad Bali $89/night including taxes and fees through 2021

May 29, 2020
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Book by May 31: Conrad Bali $89/night including taxes and fees through 2021
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Editor's Note: This article has been updated with new information from the Conrad Bali and Hilton. The original post was published on May 24, 2020.

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When it's safe to travel again, you may want to celebrate by getting as far from your current shelter as possible. And if Bali sounds like the perfect destination, we've got the best hotel deal to go with it.

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The Conrad Bali is offering an unbelievable rate for travelers who like to plan ahead: Just $89 (1,331,000 IDR) per night after taxes and fees, on two-night bookings through Dec. 25, 2021, as first reported by Loyalty Lobby. Better yet, you can string together any number of two-night bookings at this "stay now, save later" rate, as long as your desired dates are available.

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Even amid a land renowned for its beauty, the Conrad Bali manages to stand out. This five-star luxury hotel, located just seven miles from the Bali airport (DPS), is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway, especially for the current low price. The Conrad Suites section boasts a particularly nice lounge and additional amenities, and there are several pools scattered throughout the property as well as a kids' club.

Previous reports stated that the Conrad Bali would not honor Hilton's generous COVID-19 change policy, and guests who booked rooms under this promotion would not earn Hilton Honors points on the reservations. However, TPG confirmed with Hilton that the change/cancellation policy will apply to Conrad Bali guests, who will also earn Hilton Honors points on the booking in addition to receiving all benefits associated with elite status.

The promotional rate is valid on Deluxe Garden rooms through May 31, 2020. For July and August dates, the Conrad Bali charges a peak season surcharge of $34 (500,000 IDR) per room per night, while the high season surcharge for Christmas/New Year dates between Dec. 25 and Jan. 3 is $68 (1,000,000 IDR) per room, per night.

The package includes one Deluxe Garden room, with the following benefits:

  • Daily breakfasts for up to two adults and two children (12 years old and below)
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access in public areas
  • Complimentary stays for two children up to age 12, using existing bedding
  • Complimentary extra bed for children age five and under

There are a couple of caveats to this amazing deal:

  • You must book by May 31, 2020, for available dates through Dec. 25, 2021
  • You can only book this rate by emailing promotional code “SNSL” to reservations@conradbali.com with your desired dates
  • Full prepayment is required, and can only be made by emailing a credit card form back to the email address above

Based on a cursory search, the Conrad Bali unsurprisingly appears to have a significant amount of availability for late 2020 through next year, although the rates do not reflect the promotional price.

Related: How I booked an 18 day honeymoon to Bali on points

In terms of coronavirus restrictions, travel to Indonesia has been banned for the time being, but the government is trying to fully reopen the economy by early August. On May 15, the tourism ministry discussed plans to potentially reopen to tourists as soon as October. However, these plans are not confirmed. For the time being, no foreigners are allowed into Indonesia, including the Bali region.

Featured image by (Photo courtesy of Conrad Bali)

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