An indulgent getaway overlooking a dreamy Uluwatu beach, Jumeirah Bali is making the most of its alluringly romantic setting this Valentine’s Day with a range of exclusive stay, dining and spa offerings designed to bring couples closer together.Jumeirah Bali Romantic DinnerFor an all-encompassing Valentine’s Day experience, guests can choose the Romantic Getaway stay package inviting lovebirds to spend days cocooned in the exquisite privacy of their pool villa enjoying Jumeirah Bali’s flawless hospitality and in-villa dining, including the famous floating breakfast, as well as hiding away in Talise Spa to luxuriate with beauty treatments and healing therapies included in the package.The Romantic Getaway package starts from IDR 17,102,500++/night with a minimum stay of two nights, and includes:Chakra consultation upon arrivalWelcome gift from Talise Spa upon arrivalDaily breakfast for two at Segaran Dining TerraceDaily 60 minutes of Tantra YogaOne-time in-villa floating breakfastOne-time in-villa romantic dinner for two peopleOne-time 3-course dinner for two at Segaran Dining TerraceOne-time 60-minute couples treatment at Talise SpaOne-time 60-minute couples Blessing CeremonyOne-time body scrub at Talise Spa for two.On 14 February, couples will be spoilt for choice with three distinctive gastronomic experiences. The dreamy ‘Love Celebration’ dinner at the signature cliffside restaurant AKASA will feature dishes spotlighting flame-grilled flavours of Bali with subtle references to Thai, Japanese and Korean cuisines from Head Chef Joan Achour. A five-course Valentine’s Day dinner served amid AKASA’s regal splendour, is priced at IDR 4,000,000 ++ per couple, including a glass of Champagne, with optional wine pairing for an additional IDR 5,500,000 ++ per couple.Another delicious option is Jumeirah Bali’s ‘Love at First Bite’ dinner. Offered at the breezy Segaran Dining Terrace with its scenic ocean views and spectacular sunsets, the delectable five-course experience will offer guests a choice of Western and Balinese dishes, with both menus priced at IDR 2,800,000 ++ per couple, including a glass of sparkling wine, with optional wine pairing for an additional IDR 4,300,000 ++ per couple. For daytime celebrations, Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea served at Maja Sunset Lounge from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm will delight couples with delicate confectionery, finger sandwiches and sweeping ocean views for IDR 400,000 ++ per person.For holidaymakers who appreciate the therapeutic quality of couples’ spa treatments, Talise Spa has curated a collection of meaningful experiences for two. On 13 February, the ‘Romantic Wellness Day’ experience (IDR 500,000 ++ per person, in a group setting) will set couples on a journey of self-discovery with a DIY Valentines Day massage followed by an intimate, 60-minute Tantra Yoga class with wellness consultant Paula Choi. Guests can also book a private Tantra Yoga session for IDR 1.000.000++ per couple to strengthen their bond, connect on a deeper level and learn to bring more intimacy into their relationship.Additionally, a traditional Balinese Couple Blessing ceremony can be booked for IDR 1.000.000 ++ per couple. Promising a deep sense of serenity and complete rebalancing, the sunrise ritual takes place on the beach and involves a Balinese water purification ritual conducted by a priest, leaving you utterly transformed. With every IDR 3,000,000 ++ spend on spa and wellness experiences, couples will receive a special Valentine’s Day gift: a bottle of Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon; Mystical Massage Oil and candle set; and a 120-minute spa voucher at Talise Spa.Guests staying at Jumeirah Bali will also enjoy complimentary daily resort activities including yoga and meditation; world-class fitness facilities; direct access to the pristine beach; and Jumeirah One points when booking directly through Jumeirah.com. For more information, visit www.jumeirahbali.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings.In the meantime, stay connected via our social media channels and don’t forget to tag us in your posts with #TimeExceptionallyWellSpent.Instagram@JumeirahGroup@JumeirahBali#TimeExceptionallyWellSpentAbout Jumeirah BaliWorld famous for its captivating beauty, Bali is often referred to as the last paradise on earth due to its breath-taking natural surroundings. Located in the stunning Pecatu region at the south-west of Bali, the all-villa luxury resort sits gracefully on the beach area of Uluwatu-one of the most coveted locations on the island. Inspired by Hindu-Javanese culture, the spectacular resort provides an unsurpassed destination for couples, groups and solo travellers seeking to reconnect and find inner balance, while soaking in the resort’s stunning natural surroundings.About Jumeirah GroupJumeirah Group, a member of Dubai Holding and a global luxury hotel company, operates a world-class 6,500+-key portfolio of 24 luxury properties across the Middle East, Europe and Asia.The group boasts some of the most prestigious and captivating properties in the world, from the iconic flagship hotel and timeless pinnacle of luxury, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, and lavish Arabian palaces across Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah, to its contemporary Maldivian island paradise at Olhahali Island and art-inspired dolce vita on the island of Capri. Whether a modern twist on a British classic in the heart of Belgravia at The Carlton Tower Jumeirah, or a futuristic setting at Jumeirah Nanjing, Jumeirah’s name is synonymous with service excellence, crafting exceptional experiences for everyone who walks through its doors.Beyond its properties and resorts, Jumeirah Group is also dedicated to destination dining experiences, combining the most authentic and diverse cuisines with spectacular settings to create those unforgettable moments worth sharing. With over 85 restaurants across its portfolio, Jumeirah Group’s award-winning homegrown concepts including Sal, KAYTO, Shimmers and French Riviera, enjoy an enviable reputation for culinary excellence alongside the group’s Michelin-starred Shang High and L’Olivo restaurants. The health and safety of guests and colleagues remains Jumeirah Group’s utmost priority and as such, the group has implemented a series of protective measures across all of its hotels and strictly adheres to each market’s respective government directives.For more information, please visit: www.jumeirah.com.