Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Bali Garden tees up new combined golf-accommodation packages
Partnering with the New Kuta Golf Club at nearby Pecatu, the South Kuta-based hotel's new release four-night accommodation packages come inclusive of a round of 18 holes complete with cart and caddy, an après-game aromatherapy session per room and daily breakfast.
Prices for the four-night Bali Garden Golf package lead in at AUD320.00* per person which includes a round of golf for one person per room, a three-hour aromatherapy session per room and daily breakfast for two.
A seven-day night option is priced from AUD574.00* per person which includes two rounds of golf per room and a six hour aromatherapy session per room and daily breakfast for two.
Extra rounds of golf, priced from RPH500, 000 (around AUD60.00), can be easily booked via the hotel.
Opened in 2007 the Ronald Freeman-designed eighty-five hectare eighteen hole New Kuta Golf Club is now one of Indonesia's most prestigious links and regularly hosts some of Asia's most important tournaments including the 2010 Ladies Open Golf Tournament.
*Conditions apply. The offer is valid for sale until 31 March 2011.
For more information, please contact the Bali Garden Beach Hotel via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.baligardenbeachresort.com.
For more information on the New Kuta Golf Club, please visit www.newkutagolf.com.
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