Want for nothing on the world’s favourite island paradise when you stay at the best all-inclusive resorts Bali has to offer.
Bali is famous for its dazzling beaches, spiritual sanctuaries and exhilarating nightlife. At the island’s many wonderful luxury resorts, relaxation’s what it’s all about – it only takes an evening in nirvana to feel your worries melt away. Bali all-inclusive resorts are a rare and generous gift, not always easy to find and highly sought after by the savvy leisure-seeker. To make your life simple, we’ve rounded up our pick of the best.
Ready to take that well-deserved Bali escape? Here’s what you need to know
Samabe Suites & Villas: The best Bali all-inclusive resort for stunning views and impeccable service
If you’re the kind of traveller who never gets sick of an incredible sunset, Samabe Suites & Villas is just what you’re looking for. Want for nothing as a personal butler attends to your every need. Indulge in unrestrained all-inclusive luxury on the pristine beaches of Nusa Dua. Meet the sunrise with a floating breakfast served in your private pool as you ready yourself for another day in one of the most magnificent places on Earth. Cave diving, camel riding, massage treatments – enjoy these signature activities and more daily, all covered by your all-inclusive package. Bali all-inclusive resorts don’t come much better than this.
Melia Bali: The best Bali all-inclusive resort for five-star culinary opulence
If you’re a foodie, Melia Bali gets it. All you’ve got to do on arrival is drop your bags, smile as you’re handed a welcome drink and cold towel, and let the good times roll.
Your only schedule is set by gourmet delights. Take breakfast at El Patio and graze on a leisurely lunch of Italian favourites at Sateria trattoria. Dinner’s even better– with five restaurants to choose from, supper on the freshest sushi and sashimi one evening, then feast on Spanish tapas and wine the next. Melia Bali even has a 24-hour coffee shop to sate those midnight cravings! This is undoubtedly one of the best all-inclusive hotels Bali has to offer.
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Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Spa Bali: The best Bali all-inclusive resort for wellness and indulgence
A stay at Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Spa Bali offers an all-inclusive experience that is the perfect marriage of convenience and indulgence. The package includes roundtrip airport transfers from Bali International Airport, taking only 20 minutes to get you to the resort. Enjoy your meals at a selection of the resort’s restaurants, including authentic Indonesian cuisine at Ibu Kitchen and Indian at Bumbu Delhi. But the real highlight of your stay will be access to the utterly unique Thalasso Bali Spa, boasting a wide range of French and Indonesian wellness treatments, sauna and steam facilities and a luxurious seawater pool.
Sol Benoa Bali: The best Bali all-inclusive resort for five-star beachside bliss
Fun and relaxation on a breathtakingly beautiful private beach – Sol Benoa Bali offers that and more. The sister resort to Melia Bali, this all-inclusive food and drinks package is top-notch – take a culinary journey through Indonesia and beyond at Menega Seaside Restaurant, enjoy Mediterranean-inspired fine dining at Amarta or dine whenever you please at the 24-hour Kitchen coffee shop. Each of the resort’s rooms is newly designed, striking the perfect balance between Balinese tradition and contemporary sensibilities. Additionally, Sol Benoa Bali boasts a wide range of entertainment, leisure and cultural activities, as well as the Body and Sol Spa.
Club Med Bali: The best Bali all-inclusive resort for the perfect family escape
Club Med Bali has everything you and your family need to experience the escape of a lifetime on the beaches of Nusa Dua. Modern and spacious, the resort has something for everyone, including a wide range of cultural experiences and an onsite spa. Club Med’s commitment to variety extends to its excellent all-inclusive culinary offerings. Feast on grilled satay at Makan on Wheels, savour freshly caught barramundi at The Deck Gourmet Lounge and get lost in the many dining rooms of The Agung, each highlighting a spectacular international theme. If you’re after some time to unwind and recharge away from the little ones, relax – the resort also offers childcare services, a Kids’ Club and an adults-only pool, so you can reclaim your zen (and make good use of that open bar!).
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