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We warmly welcome people visiting Bali during the School Holiday period.

Offering the perfect family holiday for everyone, there's a huge range of family-friendly activities as 

well as plenty of space to have some time away from the kids to recharge at Griya Santrian.

Upcoming great events to enjoy with the whole family are the

73rd Indonesian Independence Day celebrated on August 17th  and Sanur Village festival on 22-26 August. 

Experience the newly refurbished and inviting beachside atmosphere at the Griya Beach Club 

featuring extensive outdoor seating areas, open-air breezeways, and includes a music stage for daily live 

music performances. Cocktail lovers can chill out at our beach lounge with our buy-2-get-3 promo. 

Read more about resort promotions and special offers during this period on and follow @griyasantrian.

See you at Griya Santrian – where everyone is family.


Resort Offers 

Family Pic & Mix 

This July, sail away to a rejuvenating spot with our family Pix & Mix package. For moms and dads, 

at IDR 700.000++/person. While for kids, 75 minutes at IDR 500.000++/person.

Jubilant July Package 

Enjoy 20% off for body rituals and 10% off for facials, manicure, and pedicure. It’s a no limits relaxation 

and tantalizing treatments valid throughout July.

welcome drink Ginger tea at Spa Garden. 

Sanur Festival Pampering

Receive a 20% discount for menu a la carte, excluding manicure and pedicure offered at a 10% discount 

special during festival dates. 

Pic & Mix Package 

Can’t stop daydreaming about a relaxing massage in a tropical paradise with your kids. For moms and 

dads, enjoy 120 minutes at IDR 700.000++/person while for kids, enjoy a fun 75 minutes 

at IDR 500.000++/pax. Valid throughout September.


Events at Griya Santrian 

Sanur Village Festival 

The celebrations in Sanur culminate at the Sanur Village festival, set for 22-26 August at 

Mainsonette Inna Grand Bali beach area. This 13th annual festival is about giving local 

artists a platform, and to further educate the masses about preserving the Sanur and Bali 

culture, see more at