BALI – Bali’s Hard Rock Hotel is suspending operations for a further month and won’t reopen until 1 July. The property has been closed since 30 March.
In a message to guests, Ketut Narendra Wiriadijaya, marketing & communications manager, Hard Rock Hotel Bali, said, “The entire Hard Rock Hotel Bali family would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continued patience and kind understanding at these unprecedented times as we work through booking changes.”
Still in Bali, the island has been chosen by Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy to run a pilot CHS (Cleanliness, Health, and Safety) programme which will be rolled out in every destination across the archipelago linked to the tourism and creative industries.
The ministry said results from the CHS trial in Bali would become a point of reference for local governments and other tourism and creative economy stakeholders.
Bali has been chosen for the pilot programme because of its relatively low rate of Covid-19 infections.