Aktivitas menyenagkan di Hard Rock Hotel Bali
An abundance of hotel activities for all ages are available at Hard Rock!
Whether you want to relax in a cabana, chill out to Hard Rock Radio 87.8 FM or let the kids rock and be entertained by one of the many activities available at Hard Rock Hotel Bali.
Roxity Kids Club
Even the littlest rock star gets the star treatment at Hard Rock Hotel Bali. There is the Lullaby Club for kids age 4 years and below. And the Roxity Kids Club for the 4 to 12 year-olds. While parents get some time to themselves, kids can be entertained with fun activities that are planned just for them— Treasure Hunting, Beach Club Party, Lego building, Play Doh modelling, and even Balinese dance. It’s everything they will love! The hotel has also recently introduced Strider, balance bikes which are perfect for kids who are learning how to balance and ride a bicycle. Ready, get set, stride!
Enjoy the rich tones of a Crosley turntable, courtesy of The Sound of Your Stay programme.
Rock Spa and Rock Om
Music permeates every aspect of the Hard Rock Hotel experience. It has the power to connect, transcend, and calm. At the hotel’s Rock Spa, the healing power of music is combined with the artistry of massage to take relaxation to a whole new level. Guests will experience soothing sound vibrations as the therapists synchronise their movements with music to ease tired muscles and retune the mind. Back in the spacious hotel rooms, guests can also check out a complimentary yoga kit, complete with a Manduka mat. There are also three specially produced videos that guests can practise along to, and a Bali-inspired Yogitoes towel that they can buy and bring home as a lovely souvenir.
Balinese Cooking Class
Bali is well-known for its flavourful cuisine, and guests of the Hard Rock Hotel do not have to go far to indulge in some of the best the island has to offer. In fact, they can even learn to whip up a dish themselves by enrolling for the hotel’s fun and interactive Balinese Cooking Class. In just under two hours, guests will learn about Balinese spices and what goes into the heart and soul of Balinese cooking. The class features the tantalising ayam betutu—a traditional roasted chicken marinated with bumbu spices and wrapped in banana leaf— accompanied by a refreshing long bean salad and sambal matah. Best of all, at the end of the class, guests get to enjoy the meal that they have just prepared!