The best All Inclusive Hotels and Resorts in Bali

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated December 29, 2023

To cater for the diversity of its visitors, Bali offers a huge variety of accommodation options, including a sprinkling of all-inclusive hotels and resorts.

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Forested volcanic mountains, rice paddy fields, beaches and coral reefs are just some of the attractions that lure tens of thousands of tourists to Bali each year. The Indonesian island paradise is especially popular with young backpackers, but draws its fair share of luxury travellers too, along with families thanks to its idyllic beaches and calm waters. Among the latter, many like to stay in one of the island’s all-inclusive resorts, where the price will normally include three meals a day and access to a range of high-spec amenities. Here are five of the best all-inclusive hotels and resorts in Bali

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas

Just seconds from the nearest beach, this 5-star property features a range of luxurious suites and villas, all of which come with their own dining area, dressing room, terrace or balcony, and large living space, along with practical amenities including a minibar, electric kettle and flat-screen cable TV. Elsewhere on the resort, guests can enjoy dining at two restaurants, and there’s also an outdoor pool, a spa centre, a gym, plus 24-hour front desk and butler service, an on-site currency exchange service, business centre and tour desk. Watersports can be arranged at the resort, too. The sandy beaches and 18-hole golf course of Nusa Dua are a 15-minute drive away. From $374 per night.

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Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso

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An award-winning restaurant, a pool with a swim-up bar and an array of activities are just some of the stand-out features at this 5-star hotel, located close to Nusa Dua Beach. Some of the things guests can enjoy during their stay include watersports courtesy of equipment provided by the hotel, cooking lessons and guided bike tours. There’s also a busy programme of cultural events, including bonfires and traditional dances. Guest rooms come with a TV, safety deposit box, tea/coffee-maker and private bathroom. Benoa Harbour, popular with tourists, is a short drive away. From $117 per night.

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Zen Resort

Perched at the summit of a hill looking out over the Bali Sea and neighboured by ancient temples, this traditional Balinese resort features an outdoor infinity pool and an indulgent spa. Guest rooms and villas come with a private terrace, an open-air garden bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe. There’s also an on-site PADI-certified diving centre where guests can learn how to scuba dive, and a choice of group or private yoga sessions are held here too. There are two beaches within easy walking distance, or for a day excursion Bedugul Lake is an hour’s drive away. From $240 per night.

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Sol by Melia Benoa Bali

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Nestled within tropical gardens and just seconds from the nearest sandy beach, this resort offers a spectacular freeform pool, a luxurious spa, and a wide range of on-site restaurants. Featuring Balinese-style décor, the spacious guestrooms come with private balconies, flat-screen TVs and elegant bathrooms with rain showers. Dining includes the open-air Menega where you can sample gourmet fare in a tropical climate. Other notable amenities include a fitness centre, a games room, a karaoke room and a business centre. For a spot of retail therapy, Nusa Dua Shopping Centre is a few minutes away by road. From $82 per night.

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Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa

A popular option for families, this resort has a children’s playground where the kids can run free and a dedicated kid’s club. For adults, there’s a state-of-the-art spa and sauna, a fitness centre, a billiards table and a terrace offering scenic garden views. There’s also a restaurant serving international cuisine including vegetarian and halal options. Guest rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV and some also offer a balcony or pool views. Beyond the resort, nearby attractions and places of interest include Samuh Beach and the acclaimed Pasifika art museum. From $110 per night.

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