Hello Traveler! Hope you have a wonderful day. Great day for tell about experience during holiday in Bali. Besides the marvelous beaches and the beautiful scenery of panorama, Bali has many attraction or tourist destination. For the nature Bali has one of the best in the world and for the accommodation as many type and has the unique thing also. The combination of the luxury accommodation and the marvelous nature is making the tourist come and enjoy stay and spend holiday in Bali. Today I would like to inform you one of beach club in Bali. well, here it is!
HQ Beach Club at Grand Inna Kuta Bali, also known as ‘Headquarters’, is a fun beachfront venue fit for holidaying families and friends who require a laidback hangout with a neat pool, beach view and access, and with reasonably priced food and drinks. The beach club is located directly on the Kuta coastline and is hard to miss. It is easily accessible from the art vendor-lined path next to the Balawista lifeguard headquarters and the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation site.
Right off the beach footpath and a few steps up is a raised platform where the lawn and swimming pool of HQ Beach Club take centre stage. This lap pool is sandwiched between two different restaurant outlets, namely the HQ Food Hall to its north and the HQ Japanese Restaurant at the opposite end. HQ’s main lounge hall situated just after the pool area features a bar surrounded by various seating options. All provide alfresco settings and are well shaded from the heat of the day; a nice retreat, just in case you’ve had enough rays from lying out on the sun beds.
Foods at HQ Beach Club are light and simple. From a variety of salads and the menu is evidently a mix of Asian and Western. Soups comprise the Indonesian favourites of Soto Betawi and Sop Buntut, together with Tom Yum Goong and Chinese clear soup. Kids will love the pastas around IDR 50.000 per serving, and good to share with family are the calamari, friend wontons, seafood tofus, and veggie or seafood spring rolls, between IDR 32,000 to 46,000.
Mains include Indonesian favourites, from fried duck with traditional sambal matah dip to pan-fried red snapper and salmon teriyaki. For something quick and easy, you can always opt for some good old fish ‘n chips. The HQ Japanese dining menu comprises the typical Japanese favourites of agedashi tofu, wakame and kani salads, miso soups, and modern takes on sushi rolls. Japanese mains comprise teriyakis, Japanese fried rice, and the desserts include ogura or red bean ice cream.