8 nights in award-winning Hard Rock Hotel (Kuta, Bali) for 2 adults & 2 kids via Scoopon for $1499 (save $800+)

8 nights in award-winning Hard Rock Hotel (Kuta, Bali) for 2 adults & 2 kids via Scoopon for $1499 (save $800+)

Another excellent hotel deal at Scoopon, this time on the mutli-award winning Hard Rock Hotel in Kuta, Bali.

8 nights for two adults costs $1499 in a deluxe room including breakfast. Up to two kids under the age of 12 can also stay free with no surcharge for breakfasts.

After checking prices on this hotel elsewhere, looks like you'll be saving at least $800 off the next best rates for the dates I used (i.e. Sat 25th June to Sun 3rd July 2016):
- Amoma.com = $2344
- Getaroom.com = $2514.07
- HotelsClick.com = $2646.25
- Agoda.com = $2668.96

You'll also get a number of extra's included in Scoopon's deal:
* Buffet breakfast every morning for all guests
* 2 x buffet dinners at Starz Diner and 1 x 3 course lunch Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver for all guests
* 6 x 30 minute massages to share between adults at Rock Spa
* Two-way airport transfers

(I've listed the important T&Cs in the comments section below)

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  • Captainjack
    Important T&C's for this offer: -> Offer valid from 01/03/2016 to 31/05/2017 -> Surcharge of USD$40 per room, per night applies for stays 4-22 July 2016, and 23 December 2016 to 5 January 2017 -> Stays which include 31 December 2016 incur a compulsory New Year's Eve dinner & NYE Concert Party surcharge of USD$140 per guest aged 12+, and UDS$70 per guest aged 6-11. (Children 5 & under are free) -> Up to 2 kids aged 12-17 years can stay for an additional USD$50 per person, per night with breakfast and using existing bedding (excludes dinners).
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  • Captainjack
    FYI - there's also an option to opt for a Deluxe Premium room for $200 extra which gives you exclusive use of the chill out pool (non-direct) and individual NESPRESSO coffee pod machines. http://bali.hardrockhotels.net/content/content_13156_1.jpg
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  • Donkey
    I'd hope the deluxe room has something special as well for that price - otherwise you're pretty much buying the nespresso.
    Edited By: Donkey on 2016/03/19 01:19:06: s
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  • Captainjack
    Donkey
    I'd hope the deluxe room has something special as well for that price - otherwise you're pretty much buying the nespresso.
    Fair point Donkey. I should probably have explained that the main benefit of choosing the deluxe room option is more to do with privacy aspect and access to a pool with a smaller group of people than you'd find at the much bigger main pool areas. Reviews on tripadvisor seem to suggest that the deluxe rooms tend to be quieter (on account of their positioning within the hotel) and if you have small kids it's easier to keep an eye on them in the smaller pool. I.e. Chill out pool: http://i.imgur.com/k9clPLX.png VS Main Pool area: http://i.imgur.com/SY8f7KN.png
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