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The best places to spend Mother’s Day in Bali

Natasha Venner-Pack 11 May 2018
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Spoil your mum this Mother's Day with these luxurious treats, from award-winning spas to decadent lunches by the pool, or with a stunning view of Bali’s ocean.

Mum will get to relax in luxury with Hotel Tugu Bali’s Mother’s Day Pampering Retreat

Hotel Tugu Bali

Enter a world of bliss and relaxation with Hotel Tugu Bali’s Mother’s Day Pampering Retreat (IDR3,300,000/night), an all inclusive package that includes a two-night stay in the room/suite/villa of your choice, daily breakfast to be served whenever you desire it, daily sunset high tea and tropical fruits, their signature cocktail replete with chocolate covered strawberries, a welcome beverage of your choice, and one hour of intense pampering at their award-winning spa.

With romantic rooms filled with art and antiques from across Asia that come with either seafront or garden views, and surrounded by lush foliage, this is the best place for a little peace of mind for your hardworking mum.    

Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu Beach. Tel: +62 361 4731701

 

Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu

It’s an offer your mum can’t refuse – an authentic Italian meal at Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu’s Mamma Mia! Mother’s Day brunch (IDR399,000/person) from 12 – 3pm. Show your love for mamma with a sneak peek to the hotel’s upcoming restaurant, Filini Restaurant. In true Italian fashion, expect pizza and homemade pasta. There will also be an Italian flaming grill and tapas station to add to this lavish affair. If you feel like dancing off some of that pizza, there’ll be live jazz performances to get your toes tapping. That’s not all – look forward to exciting prizes during the lucky draw.  

JI Pemutih, Pecatu, Kuta Sel., Pecatu. Tel: 62 361 3008888

The buffet spread at The St. Regis Bali is not to be missed.

The St. Regis Bali

Who can say no to a Lobster Egg Omelet or a lobster-filled egg? From 11am to 3pm, the St. Regis Bali’s Mother’s Day Brunch (IDR888,000/person, IDR444,000/child aged 3-12) celebration kicks off with an hour of complimentary aperitifs at the elegant King Cole Bar. Sip on their signature St. Regis Bali Mary, their unique take on the Bloody Mary cocktail, before going all out on their St. Regis Buffet, which has local and international favourites to please even the most picky of eaters. Sit back and relax as you’re serenaded by a live jazz band. Mummies will also be presented a special St. Regis memento.

Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6. Tel: +62 361 300 5538

 

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua 

It’s an interactive Mother’s Day celebration at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, with little ones and their mummies able to create their own flip-flop by DIY flip-flop brand Baia Baia, enjoy a neck and shoulder massage by Heavenly Spa by Westin, and get a special voucher to the new Lobby Bar and Lounge to enjoy its Tasty Afternoon Treats. That’s not all – families have the chance to win exclusive goodie bags and vouchers from Baia Baia, as well as Heavenly Spa products during the lucky draw sessions.

After a relaxing Super Mom brunch (IDR460,000/person; 20% discount for SPG members; kids under 6 eat for free; kids between 6-12 get 50% off) at Prego that includes free flow signature ice teas, coffee and soft drinks, kids can create crafts or hand prints for their mums, take part in face painting or join in the fun SuperChefs corner.

Mum isn’t the only one who gets to be pampered – all ladies have the chance to try Heavenly Spa’s special Mother’s Day ritual entitled ‘Queen for a Day (IDR1,750,000, 135 minutes),’ which starts with a Glow Facial to hydrate and replenish the skin, followed by a relaxing hair cream bath and scalp treatment to breathe life into your locks. Complete your spa experience with the application of vibrant nail polish on either the fingers or toes to brighten up your look. If that’s not enough, the resort’s resident Wellness Specialist, Jitendra Pokhriyal has the ultimate wellness experience dedicated to mothers. Expect 90 minutes of Ashtanga Yoga that aims to uplift your mind and body, followed by a 30 minute breathing detoxification.

Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, BTDC Lot N-3, Nusa Dua. Tel: (62) (361) 771906.

Dine al fresco at Cucina Restaurant at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Resort

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort

Give a toast to your magnifique mother and treat her to Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort’s Mama Chérie Mother’s Day brunch (IDR599,000/person with no alcohol, IDR899,000/person with alcohol, IDR1,799,000/person for the premium package) which will be from 11am – 3pm. At the modern Cucina restaurant, mums get a special 15% off their Mediterranean Mother’s Day spread and will receive a rose upon arrival. You’ll be transported to the South of France and the Italian Riviera, surrounded by the white decorations and paintings that adorn the restaurant’s interiors. Choose to eat their signature charcuterie , cheese and French pastries either indoors or al fresco, and bask in the Balinese sun by the pool. A live acoustic band will keep the festive atmosphere going. Children under 12 get to eat for free.  

Lot N5 Nusa Dua Tourism Complex, Nusa Dua. Tel: +62 361/8492888

 

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort

In addition to enjoying international cuisine, mummies will come out looking like a queen thanks to special treats from SHISEIDO. At the Mother’s Day Feast Market Brunch (IDR 460,000/person and IDR 230,000/child from 4 to 11 years old; 30% discount for all mothers) held at Feast from 12- 3pm, you and your mum can enjoy fresh food from their live-stations, and watch as the chefs work their magic in the open-kitchens. All mothers are entitled to skin care treatments and tips, a quick beauty makeover, and a gift from SHISEIDO. The pampering doesn’t stop there – they’ll also receive a hand mask and polish, as well as 20% off on vouchers for all treatments from SHINE Spa. Mummies can end their special day with a tasting of ICE and ICE ROSÉ French bubbles from VEUVE DU VERNAY. 

 

Jalan Pantai Kuta. Tel: +62 361 846 5555

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