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Bali is a place of endlessly beautiful sunsets, picturesque beaches and delicious food. Ok, it’s also known for some pretty damn good sunshine and r&r too. There are plenty of places to stay on the island, but when one of the best hotels is offering suites and VIP perks at enticing prices – it definitely narrows the search.

a hot tub with a view of the oceanThe Deal

The Anantara group is running a “suite of the month” promotion and this month, it’s Bali. The Anantara Uluwatu regularly fetches $250+ per night for a standard room, but in this awesome promotion you get a suite and a whole lot of freebies for $299 per night. Included in the rate: round trip airport transfers, dinner for two at fine dining restaurant, 90 minute massage, daily breakfast, fresh fruits and special turn down service.

a pool with a building in the backgroundThe Dates

This deal is good for stays up until May 31st 2018. A two day minimum stay is required. That shouldn’t be too big of a deal on an island like Bali! This deal will likely sell out in the next couple days.

a pool with trees and a building on the side of itHow To Book

You can book this deal directly with Anantara right here. There’s no telling when the deal will be pulled, so if you want some VIP treatment and a nice suite to go along with your Bali trip – go for it. Airport transfers are worth at least $50, the dinner is worth at least $75 and the massage… is priceless of course. Suites at this price are a rare treat. Enjoy!

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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