When do I start planning my wedding?
Weddings are a time-consuming endeavour and it is recommended that you start planning at least three months prior to your wedding date in order to secure your preferred venue and commence preparations. Grand Hyatt Bali can, of course, accommodate requests made within one month, subject to venue availability.
What is the best month and best time to get married?
Bali’s wonderful year-round climate has tropical temperatures that are consistently around 30ºC every day. The most preferred time of the day is 5:00 PM, just prior to sundown, in order to capture the impressive glow cast over some venues and areas on the Island of The Gods.
What type of celebrants conduct the marriage ceremony?
We have a range of celebrants offering religious and non-religious ceremonies, including options for Commitment Ceremonies, Vow Renewals or Affirmations. You may choose to have either a male or female celebrant/official to conduct your ceremony.
What are the options for wedding venues in Grand Hyatt Bali?
Grand Hyatt Bali offers a vast selection of exquisite wedding venues for a grand wedding celebration. 1. Charming bougainvillea and coconut gardens 2. Poolside around the resort 3. The white sand beach of Nusa Dua 4. Private Balinese-style villas overlooking the ocean 5. Salsa Bar, the ultimate spot for intimacy, elevated 40 feet above the ground and offering an undisturbed view of the Indian Ocean
What do I do if it rains?
If an outdoor venue is booked and the weather does not cooperate, Grand Hyatt Bali can provide alternative wet-weather function space, such as our luxuriously appointed ballroom, function rooms or restaurants.
Is there any curfew should we wish to have live entertainment during the event?
In appreciation of our guests, any type of entertainment featuring loud noise in an outdoor venue may be held only until 10:00 PM with prior approval from hotel management.
Can we reduce the package price if there are some items in the wedding package that we do not need?
The package prices are for complete packages only and include a number of complimentary components. If you do not want to book a complete package, please send us a separate e-mail requesting that we customize your wedding package.
How can I find accommodation for our family and friends?
Grand Hyatt Bali offers a wide range of accommodation to ensure that you can celebrate your unforgettably romantic day with your family, relatives and friends. Book one of our exclusive wedding packages and receive a complimentary stay on your 1st wedding anniversary in our luxurious Grand Suite with a minimum booking of 25 rooms.
Would it be possible to conduct a pre-wedding/wedding photo shoot within the resort area?
We are very much aware that spending quality time on the Island of the Gods would be an incomplete experience without capturing your fond memories in photographs. However, in appreciation of our guests’ privacy, we would like to share our policy in relation to photos being taken within the hotel area. 1. As a guest of Grand Hyatt Bali, you are entitled to take photos free of charge. 2. These photos must be for personal use only. 3. Professional photography activities or any photos taken for publication in any media will require prior consent from the management of Grand Hyatt Bali. 4. Photography is not permitted in the hotel lobby and spa area. 5. Please be informed that no locations may be reserved and photography must not interfere with the activities of other guests or the running of the hotel. 6. Lighting, other equipment and props may not be set up. 7. You may bring a small number of guests into the hotel to accompany you in these photos 8. You may not take photos of other hotel guests. Please contact our Public Relations Department at email@example.com should you wish to learn more about photography activities within the resort area.
What are the legal requirements to get married in Indonesia?
The Indonesian Government’s requirements for arranging a legally binding marriage vows are quite specific. For the most part, any couple that is one of the five (5) religions recognized by the Government, namely Christian (Protestant or Catholic), Muslim, Hindu or Buddhist, may be legally married in Indonesia. However, the preference is that the couple be of the same religious belief. The marriage should be registered with the district Civil Registrar and the ceremony must be performed under religious rites. Indonesian authorities require that all foreigners planning to marry in Indonesia obtain a CNI (Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage) before the wedding. This is simply a letter from your Consulate or Embassy representative in Indonesia stating that there is no objection to you getting married in Indonesia.