Harper Kuta Bali Launches Their New Honeymoon Intimate Treat

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Harper Kuta Bali Launches Their New Honeymoon Intimate Treat

Known as a hidden paradise, Bali is the perfect island to celebrate love. To ensure that all couples can celebrate their love hassle-free, Harper Kuta Bali is proud to announce their ‘Honeymoon Intimate Package’ that features ultimate romantic experience. This package features a 3-nights stay at their spacious and modern Deluxe Room. Upon arrival, the honeymooners will be greeted with a complimentary Rustik honeymoon cake, romantic honeymoon set up and fresh rose petals bed arrangement. In addition, the couples can share their intimate session with a 2-hour couple spa at The Spa. A 4-course romantic candlelight dinner under the stars at Rustik Bistro & Bar will ensure that couples remember every single moment staying at Harper Kuta Bali Hotel.

The team at Harper Kuta always try to do their best in creating a perfect honeymoon stay for every couple. They provide not only a variety of romantic facilities but also a chance for each guest to share an unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon activity. By providing Honeymoon Intimate Package, they hope that Harper Kuta will always be remembered as a romantic and enjoyable hotel in the heart of Legian street.

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