Club Med Bali

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Bali's all-inclusive resorts offer a hassle-free escape, with excpetional sevrice and ultimate convenience. From luxurious accommodation and ones focussed on wellness to resorts for couples and families, discover Bali's best all-inclusive resorts.

Bali is a tropical paradise sought after by travellers who want to spend a holiday relaxing, having fun, and escaping the business of daily life. The all-inclusive resorts in Bali take this to the next level, providing a hassle-free vacation where every detail, from food to service and events, is meticulously managed.  

All-inclusive resorts offer a convenient holiday experience where food and drink are included with accommodation in a single package price. Many of these resorts like Club Med provide recreational activities, entertainment and childcare as well.  

The all-inclusive model is designed to provide guests with a worry-free holiday, where the myriad of expenses typically associated with a vacation are covered upfront. In essence, guests enjoy unlimited access to the resort's array of amenities, which typically include gourmet meals at various on-site restaurants, premium beverages, day and night entertainment, and sometimes even spa treatments, without having to manage daily budgets or carry additional expenses. The cost of an all-inclusive package is typically priced per person, and generally falls in the range of 2,500,000-10,000,000 IDR (around $250-$1000 AUD) per person, per night. The structure provided by Bali's all-inclusive resorts is particularly appealing to those looking for a seamless and immersive experience, where the focus remains on relaxation and convenience.  

The best all-inclusive Bali resorts stand out for providing exceptional service, exquisite dining, and a wide range of activities suited to your needs. They are often located on private beaches which provide an additional level of privacy and luxury. Most of the all-inclusive accommodation options in Bali are located in Nusa Dua.  

Below is a list of the six best all-inclusive resorts on the island of Bali. 

1. Club Med Bali - Best Entertainment & Activities 

Club Med Bali is a modern, all-inclusive resort located within a private beach in Nusa Dua. Located near Waterbom Bali, and 18 km from the vibrant Seminyak district, Club Med Bali provides a perfect blend of cultural exploration and relaxation. With the island's most beautiful beaches right at its doorstep, Club Med Bali is a true embodiment of an all-inclusive resort, offering not just a place to stay, but an immersive holiday experience. The cost of an all-inclusive package includes access to the children’s club for 4 to 17-year-olds, full-board food and drink, a huge range of sports and activities, and entertainment day and night. The resort embodies the idea of a “village atmosphere” where guests enjoy communal living with a wide range of amenities so comprehensive that they get to do everything (from eating to exercising to enjoying live performances) in one place. 

Club Med is not just a hotel; it is a vibrant cultural and entertainment hub offering a wide array of activities for the whole family. From playing Padel, an exciting mix of tennis, squash, and ball games within courts enclosed by transparent walls, to exploring the traditional Balinese art of massage in hands-on classes, the options are diverse. The most popular on-site activities include the Yoga Class On the Beach and the Multicultural Night. The Yoga Class On the Beach offers an invigorating start or end to your day, with sessions held on the beach or a grassy palapa. Under the guidance of a local instructor, participants engage in a series of poses and breathing exercises surrounded by the calming sounds of the ocean. Multicultural Night is a colourful celebration of the world's diverse cultures, presented through the traditional dances and artistic expressions of Club Med’s talented performers. As the evening progresses, guests are invited to immerse themselves in a variety of cultural experiences, from thematic activities and performances by international GOs to sampling global cuisines and drinks. 

The highlight of Club Med Bali, however, is its comprehensive range of activities tailored for children of every age group, all meticulously organised to cater to their developmental and entertainment needs. For the tiniest guests aged 0-2 years, Baby Club Med provides a nurturing environment where infants engage with sounds, colours, and textures, fostering their motor skills and allowing them to enjoy the natural world around them. For toddlers aged 2-3 years, Petit Club Med offers a bespoke childcare service with activities like mural painting and treasure hunts to fill their days with early learning and social skills development. The list goes on! 

On the downside, it's worth noting that some of the rooms feel a bit outdated, which detracts slightly from the otherwise stellar experience at Club Med. 

Unlike traditional hotels, which charge per room, all-inclusive resorts tend to charge per person to account for added extras like food and activities. Generally, a stay at Club Med Bali costs about 3,000,000-4,000,000 IDR (around $300-$400 AUD) per person per night. As one of the most in-demand all-inclusive resorts in Bali, the prices at Club Med Bali aren’t cheap, but they are generally worth it for an amazing holiday. Keep an eye out on the website because typically Club Med has a lot of offers, especially for booking last-minute.  

Location: Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua BTDC Lot. 6, Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia 

Club Med Bali

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2. Samabe Bali Suites & Villas - Best Luxury All-Inclusive Resort

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas, sometimes simply called Samabe, is a 5-star all-inclusive beach resort situated on a cliff with views of the Indian Ocean. Located in the tranquil and secluded Nusa Dua area of Bali, Samabe Bali boasts luxurious suites and villas, most of which offer unobstructed ocean views. The all-inclusive package aims literally to “indulge everybody”, with unlimited food and drinks, a butler service, free Wifi across the whole resort, a choice of Samabe’s signature activities and even a gift. Those who have stayed in the villas at Samabe, which come with private pools, often describe it as the best luxury resort they have ever stayed at.  

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas isn’t just a resort, it's a sanctuary for unparalleled comfort and luxury. The property stands out thanks to the elegance of the expansive, azure-blue infinity pools that seem to spill into the ocean, and a direct beachfront location. With amenities that cater to both relaxation and adventure, Samabe Bali Suites & Villas is one of the best all-inclusive destinations in Bali for exceptional food. There are three onsite restaurants including the Rempah-Rempah Main Dining Room which has a Pan-Asian theme, the Te.Ja.Co Lounge & Bar for light bites and the Crystal Blue Ocean Grill that serves up freshly grilled seafood overlooking the beach. The food is complemented with unlimited drinks, including completely free non-alcoholic beverages.  

Adventure and activity enthusiasts find plenty of things to do at Samabe Bali Suites & Villas, from non-motorised water sports to a 24-hour gym and yoga sessions. But the real highlight comes with the Samabe Signature Activities, which present opportunities for elevated, unforgettable experiences. The “Shared Cave Dining”, for example, involves an amazing dinner inside a stunning natural cave overlooking the beach, blending fine cuisine with an unforgettable ambience. To continue learning the secrets behind the island's culinary delights, the Balinese Cooking Class is a hands-on experience not to be missed. Lastly, for a touch of romance and thrill, the Catamaran Picnic includes private sailing, a fun buoyancy ride, swimming in the open ocean, topped off with a bottle of sparkling wine. 

One of the standout features at Samabe Bali Suites & Villas is the ‘Breakfast at Anytime, Anywhere’ experience, which encourages you to enjoy a sumptuous meal delivered by your butler to your villa or suite at any hour that suits you. The Executive Chef whips up a variety of top-notch breakfast delights, from fresh juices to hearty granola and fluffy egg-white omelettes 

As a truly luxury all-inclusive accommodation, Samabe is one of the most expensive in Bai, at around 18,000,000 IDR (~$1800 AUD) for two nights for two people. We recommend booking directly and in advance to get the best pricing. One small thing to keep in mind is that spa treatments need to be paid for as an add-on to the all-inclusive package. 

Location:  Barong - Barong Sawangan, Jl. Pura, Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia  

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas

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3. Bali Tropic Resort & Spa - Best All-Inclusive for Couples

Bali Tropic Resort & Spa is a 4-star all-inclusive resort located just steps away from the sandy beaches of Nusa Dua. Founded in 1990 and completely renovated in 2008, Bali Tropic Resort & Spa Bali Tropic Resort is a peaceful resort that is ideal for couples. 

The Bali Tropic property graces the shores of Nusa Dua with a pristine private beach, creating a stunning escape where the sea meets the sky. Adding to the tropical allure, the man-made lagoon and centrally located bar are some of the resort’s most iconic features. There is even an on-site spa for luxurious massages and a mesmerising pool  

The all-inclusive package on offer at the Bali Tropic Resort & Spa includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as afternoon tea and a comprehensive drinks package. The drinks include anything from soft drinks and coffee to beer, wine and spirits. There are three restaurants on-site at Bali Tropic, including a 24/7 poolside restaurant called Cempaka Restaurant, a beachside restaurant called Soka that's perfect for breakfast and brunch, and the Ratna Restaurant which specialises in seafood. When it comes to bars you can’t go wrong here - the resort has FIVE on-site bars, one of which is open all day and all night.  

Bali Tropic is amazingly well set up as a getaway for two. The versatile accommodations at the Tropic Resort & Spa Bali are incredibly comfortable, Each room features regal four-poster king beds draped in sheer linens, with a seamless blend of indoor charm and outdoor views. The rooms are well soundproofed to minimise disturbances, and some even boast their own jacuzzi. Among the rooms, the Deluxe Bungalow is one of the most sought-after rooms in the hotel. This amazing home-like space is housed in a charming, low-rise structure that gives it an intimate and cosy feel, underscored by the traditional Balinese décor. Like all the accommodations at the Bali Tropic Resort, the Deluxe Bungalow not only boasts elegant interiors and essential modern amenities but is also rooted in the locale's aesthetic and spirit. 

While the rooms are fantastic, the heart of leisure at the Bali Tropic Resort is its expansive pool and adjacent bar, a unique tropical space for relaxation and socialising. The bar, sheltered under a traditional thatched-roof pavilion, is an inviting spot for guests to enjoy refreshing beverages without ever having to leave the water. Surrounded by exotic greenery, the lagoon combines the leisure of a swimming pool with the novelty of an in-water lounge, perfectly embodying the seamless integration of luxury and nature. Speaking of luxury, the resort's spa is renowned for offering one of the finest traditional Balinese massages on the island – a must-try for those seeking to unwind and indulge in some local wellness traditions!  

While the resort offers direct beach access, it stands apart in its secluded setting in Nusa Dua, one of the most tranquil areas of Bali. As a result, Bali Tropic Resort is an idyllic sanctuary for relaxation rather than a hub of constant entertainment. That said, the live music performances provided by the hotel provide just the right touch of vibrant entertainment! 

Pricing-wise, Bali Tropic Resort is in the cheaper range for all-inclusive resorts in Bali. A stay for two people, with all food and drink included, is around 2,500,000 IDR (~$250 AUD) per person, per night. This pricing makes all-inclusive a more affordable and available option for visitors to Bali.  

Book your stay at Bali Tropic Resort and Spa

Location: No.34 A, Jl. Pratama Nusa Dua, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia 

Bali Tropic Resort and Spa

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4. Zen Resort Bali - Best All-Inclusive for a Wellness Retreat

Zen Resort Bali is an all-inclusive, retreat-style resort exclusively focused on well-being. Located in Zeririt, North Bali, Zen Resort Bali was established in 2004 with the purpose of creating transformative experiences for guests by integrating Ayurveda, Yoga, Diving, Beach, and Wellness practices. Ayurveda is an Indian healing modality that focuses on well-being, using natural treatments and stress reduction to promote recovery and health.  

Zen Resort is unlike most all-inclusive resorts, which tend to focus on entertainment and alcohol, in that the focus here is healing and wellness. This is a place to stay from three days to three weeks and have all your needs taken care of, allowing yourself to be relieved from the pressures of daily life. Wellness practices are a key part of a stay at Zen Resort, including daily yoga and meditation sessions.  

The resort is set within lush tropical gardens and surrounded by the tranquil Balinese countryside. The layout of the resort is influenced by traditional styles, with elements like stone carvings and statues, which add a cultural touch to the establishment. Zen is the best all-inclusive resort in Bali for wellness activities such as yoga in open spaces. These areas are designed to promote tranquillity, accompanied by decorative elements like statues and water fountains. Zen Resort Bali aims to provide a pathway to sustainable development in harmony with nature, offering guests an opportunity to rejuvenate, and de-stress.  

One of the standout features of the Zen Resort Bali is its fabulous private villas. At 54 sqm, private villas boast views of gardens, a pool, and the expansive natural landscape which includes forests, rice fields, vineyards, and the Sea of Bali. Each villa offers a spacious terrace, and air-conditioned bedrooms with the option of king-size or twin beds, all adorned with traditional Balinese furniture and handmade decorations. Additionally, the villas feature a dressing area and an open-sky bathroom equipped with a rain shower amidst tropical greenery. 

Guests staying in the villas have the opportunity to choose from an array of retreats including ones that focus on wellness, stress release and even weight loss. There is even a retreat centred around free diving. The retreats provide an all-inclusive package that includes daily breakfast, lunch and dinner, with experts in nutrition, diet and detoxing on hand to help guests who want additional guidance. Beyond food and drinks, the retreat packages include lovely touches such as fresh flowers and fruit baskets, as well as recreational activities, healing Aryuveddic treatments and excursions. One of the highlights is the Zen Shinrin Yoku Forest Complex, which invites guests to engage with nature through activities like hugging ancient trees, bathing in natural mineral water ponds, exploring an organic farm, hiking through various plantations and a natural forest, and observing wildlife from treetop platforms. 

The Zen Resort Bali is a self-care haven that transcends typical scrubs and beauty treatments, offering a truly spiritual experience. At the heart of this experience is the Amaris Spa, renowned for embracing Ayurvedic principles and techniques that provide profound and lasting benefits to boost circulation, activate the lymphatic system, regulate digestion, and reinforce muscle and bone strength. Moreover, the spa environment is cultivated with serenity and sustainability, powered by the dedicated and caring Balinese staff whose efforts are integral to the exceptional experience at Zen.  

The almost otherworldly atmosphere at the Zen Resort creates a nurturing space for personal growth. Every moment feels infused with intention and deeper meaning. It's important to note, though, that the Zen Resort Bali is a serene all-inclusive establishment dedicated to introspection and wellness rather than conventional entertainment. Those seeking a lively or party-like atmosphere are advised to consider other venues. 

As an added bonus, the Zen Resort offers diving and even PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors®) free-diving accreditation. Available in English, Spanish, French and Indonesian, free-diving involves the practice of diving without specialised breathing equipment. This requires sessions on breathwork hold techniques, which pairs perfectly with the resort’s meditation and breathwork courses.  

The price of the Zen Resort varies depending on the length of the retreat, but is generally in line with other all-inclusive resorts in Bali at around 4,000,000-5,000,000 IDR (around $400-$500 AUD) per night.  

Location: Jl. Umeanyar, Desa Ume Anyar, Seririt, Buleleng, Umeanyar, Singaraja, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81153, Indonesia 

Zen Resort Bali

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5. Melia Bali - Best Food and Drink Packages

Meliá Bali is a 5-star all-inclusive resort located on the shores of Nusa Dua Beach. Established as the go-to spot for those wanting to immerse themselves in Balinese culture, Melia Bali spans 11 hectares of tropical gardens. The resort is designed with a series of interconnected pools that form a tranquil blue oasis amid the tropical greenery. This bird’s-eye view showcases the thoughtful layout of sun loungers, parasols, and palm trees dotted around the water, creating an inviting space for relaxation and leisure. The curvature of the pools mimics a natural lagoon, enhancing the feeling of a tropical escape within the comforts of a luxury resort. The resort's beachfront, a short 20-minute ride from the vibrant areas of Kuta and Jimbaran, offers a quiet retreat that's still within easy reach for those looking to dive into the lively local scene. 

Meliá Bali is renowned for its exceptional dining and drinks, an important aspect of any all-inclusive stay given guests have most meals on-site. There are five distinct restaurants serving up daily breakfast, lunch and dinner as part of the package. The day unfolds with an extensive buffet at El Patio, offering Chinese and Indian specialties among other choices. Continuously open, El Patio caters to various palates with its international à la carte options and themed buffet dinners. Sateria Beachfront Restaurant delights guests with Mediterranean cuisine and live music against the backdrop of the ocean. For those with a penchant for Asian flavours, Sakura invites diners to savour fresh sushi and teppanyaki. 

The drinks package at the Melia is excellent, including a selection of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages that are available 24/7 at the open bar. The alcoholic drinks selection includes beer, wine, cocktails and local spirits. There is also a tea service at the Sateria Restaurant, which includes afternoon tea. Room service is available at all hours at the Melia Bali as well. The level of service is excellent and guests feel that not having to worry about going out or additional budgeting for food and drinks makes their holiday just that much better.  

Other inclusions within the all-inclusive package are snacks every day in the pool area, one hour of free snorkelling gear use, a canoe and paddleboard per person per day, one hour of yoga classes, a 25% discount at the YHI Spa, and use of the tennis, paddle tennis, badminton, futsal, and basketball courts, among many other services and facilities. 

The flexible and adaptable accommodations at Meliá Bali span 18 categories to fit diverse preferences. Standard Garden View rooms feature luxury amenities, balconies, or terraces while Junior Suites elevate the experience with two-story layouts, some offering lagoon access. The most exclusive rooms, however, are the Garden Villas, which provide spacious indoor and outdoor lounging, outdoor showers, and private pools. 

Meliá Bali truly embodies the all-inclusive concept, offering an array of entertainment and self-care activities to enrich every moment of your stay. At the resort, themed dinner events at El Patio create unforgettable experiences. For those seeking intimacy, in-room spa treatments add a romantic touch, while the spa also caters to younger guests with special treatments for kids. Beyond the comforts of the resort, guests are invited to explore the island with boat charters, and helicopter tours! Without a doubt, this is one of the best all-inclusive resorts to enjoy everything Bali has to offer. 

One of the best things about the remarkable Meliá Bali is the incredible service. Everyone is extremely friendly and attentive to every detail, even when it comes to helping you decide what places to visit once your stay is over! While some rooms do have a bit of humidity, this minor issue is quickly overshadowed by the overall beauty and comfort that the resort offers. 

Prices at Melia Bali are on the steeper side at t around 6,700,000 IDR (~$670 AUD) per person, but keep in mind this covers literally everything you need during your stay. For added value, there is a 50% discount for children aged 2 to 11 and the resort is free for kids up to 1 year old. Just keep in mind that the all-inclusive packages are non-refundable and non-transferable, so it’s important to be careful with your choice of dates when booking.  

Book your stay at Melia Bali.

Location: Jl. Kw. Nusa Dua Resort Itdc Lot 1, Jl. Nusa Dua, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Bali, 80363, Indonesia 

Melia Bali

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6. Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso - Best All-Inclusive For Families

The Grand Mirage Resort and Thalasso Bali Spa is a luxury all-inclusive resort located on the Nusa Dua beachfront. Ideal for families, the most distinctive feature of the Grand Mirage is the sprawling, vibrant blue pool complex that winds its way through the resort. This provides ample space for swimming and relaxation and serves as a great play area for kids. This central aquatic feature is complemented by a selection of loungers and private cabanas, allowing parents to unwind under the Balinese sun while supervising children. Adjacent to the pool area is a serene beachfront, offering a stretch of soft sand leading to the gentle sea, ideal for beach activities or simply soaking up the coastal atmosphere. 

Diverse and designed to delight, the Grand Mirage Resort's accommodations cater to varied preferences. The Family Studio with a Bunk Bed is particularly ideal for parents and kids, accommodating up to five guests with a practical mix of a king bed and bunk beds, sectioned off for privacy. Boasting views that capture both the tropical gardens and the sea, it's conveniently situated a mere two-minute beach stroll from the main resort action. For a group of friends, the resort's spacious Three-Bedroom Apartment offers ample room for up to ten people to spread out and enjoy the luxury of a hot tub with an Indian Ocean panorama. The Three-Bedroom Apartment also features a cosy living area complete with comfortable sofas and daybeds, ensuring a fun but relaxing communal experience. 

Grand Mirage is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Bali. It’s a great place to stay to ensure neither you nor your children ever get bored. With a spectrum of activities, guests are encouraged to get their hearts racing with motorised water sports, pump some iron in the Fitness Centre, or challenge friends in the Games Lounge. Digging into our favourite activities, the Non-Motorised Water Sports offering is a hit. With an assortment of choices like Catamarans, Kayaks, and windsurfers, there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy the water. Then there's the complimentary Games Lounge, a treasure trove for anyone who loves games. This amazing room is equipped with everything from Table Tennis and Billiard Tables to Air Hockey, Chess, and the latest in gaming with PS5 and VR sets, ensuring you never get bored. 

A standout feature at Grand Mirage is the flexibility in dining options. With ten different culinary venues, including Italian, Indian, and Asian eateries, as well as 24/7 room service, guests get to satisfy their cravings at any time. The daily afternoon tea and coffee buffet, served from 4 to 6 PM near the Mango Parlor Terrace or sometimes in the garden or pool area, adds a pleasant touch to the day's offerings. 

Staying at the Grand Mirage Thalasso costs about 5,000,000 IDR (~$500 AUD) per person, per night. While the resort's inclusive options are extensive, premium items such as lobster and prawn are available for an additional fee, and guests are provided with a discount to enjoy these luxurious treats. 

Book your stay at Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali.

Location: Jl. Pratama No.74, Tanjung, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia 

Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso

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What is an All-Inclusive Resort? 

An all-inclusive resort is a vacation facility where one price includes lodging, meals, snacks, drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and a variety of activities and entertainment. With an all-inclusive package, guests enjoy the convenience of having their needs catered to without the need for additional payments, providing a seamless and stress-free holiday experience. 

All-inclusive resorts are common in Bali. This is not a surprise, considering that ​Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and famous for high-quality service and entertainment. The all-inclusive resorts in Bali include franchises such as Club Med Bali and Melia, as well as boutique options like Samabe Bali Suites & Villas. These resorts offer comprehensive packages that cover almost every aspect of a vacation that is usually left up to guests, from dining to recreational and cultural activities. 

 

Which is the Best All-Inclusive Resort in Bali for a Honeymoon? 

Bali Tropic Resort & Spa is the best all-inclusive resort for honeymooners seeking a romantic, hassle-free holiday experience. Bali Tropic Resort creates a comprehensive, 5-star experience that includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily activities like aquacise and beach volleyball and a wide variety of included facilities and amenities like a gym, watersports equipment and sports fields. Like many of the best ​​honeymoon resorts in Bali, Bali Tropic Resort creates a secluded experience for couples to fully enjoy each other's company while maximising the enjoyment of food, nightlife, entertainment and relaxation. Yet the resort goes a step further, by taking care of many aspects of a holiday that usually falls on the couple to organise, allowing them a level of luxury, service and a fun itinerary that is exceptional.  

 

Which All-Inclusive Bali Resort is Best for Families? 

Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso and Club Med Bali are two of the highest quality all-inclusive resorts in Bali that are tailored specifically for families, especially those with young children. These resorts have extensive areas dedicated to kids' games and swimming pools designed specifically for them while providing beautiful adult-only pools for relaxation.  

Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso offers a myriad of activities suitable for children, including kayaking, foam parties, and fish feeding. Its dedicated pool, “Family Paradise,” is open 12 hours a day and has a water depth between 43 cm and 1.20 metres to accommodate both children and adults.  

Club Med is a famous all-inclusive franchise across the world, and its Bali location is particularly popular. As one of the best ​​family resorts in Bali, it isn’t particularly cheap, but what you get out of if makes it worth it for a memorable family holiday. A Club Med Bali package includes accommodation, full board and meals, an all-day bar, a wide variety of activities and sports lessons, entertainment and childcare that covers 4 to 17 years of age.  

Another great option for an “all-inclusive” experience for family holidays in Bali is the “Food and Beverage All Inclusive Offer” offered by the Grand Hyatt Bali. The offer includes daily breakfast, lunch and dinner, unlimited alcoholic beverages and 2 hours of access per day to their Oceania kids club.  

 

What Alternatives Are There to All-Inclusive Resorts for Bali Stays?  

For those who prefer not to have all meals, drinks and activities included in one package, there are a wide range of alternative Bali accommodation types. Examples of some of these alternatives include boutique hotels like The Kayon Resort in Ubud, private villas such as those at Villa Kayu Raja in Seminyak, and budget-friendly guesthouses like Tegal Sari in Ubud. While these options don't cover all meals, they provide an excellent opportunity to explore the area and experience local restaurants and cuisine. 

 

Does Bali Have Adults Only Resorts? 

Yes, Bali has several adults-only resorts perfect for those seeking a serene and intimate experience. An adults-only resort is essentially an accommodation aimed exclusively at those aged 18 years and above, whether couples, groups or solo travellers. One of the ​best adults-only resorts in Bali is Samanvaya Luxury Resort & Spa, which is particularly peaceful and rejuvenating, unlike other adults-only resorts that are oftentimes more rowdy. Located within the scenic rice fields of Sidemen Valley, the resort provides an idyllic location that couples particularly love. Other great adults-only accommodation options include the Asa Maia in Uluwatu, ideal for vegetarians and vegans, and the La Reserve 1785 Canggu Beach which is just off Echo Beach.