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BALI ALL-INCLUSIVE? BINGO.

Indonesia’s holiday island is the ultimate in beach destination diversity. Want to surf and party? Head to Kuta. Laidback days and calm seas for family swimming? Choose Sanur. Stylish spots and local restaurants? Stop in at Seminyak. Or, if you’re on the hunt for an unforgettable Bali all-inclusive holiday, the exclusive eastern peninsula from Nusa Dua to Tanjung Benoa is the place to be.

Along six miles of stunning shoreline, many of Bali’s best luxury hotels welcome guests to carefree hospitality with perfect spots for endless family fun or adults-only serenity. Whether you want to check in and chill out, fill your days with activities and adventures, or balance both, there is an all-inclusive Bali vacation package for you.

From spas to watersports and yoga to tennis, every hotel has a range of facilities to keep you entertained between delicious meals. Or you can simply choose to relax and enjoy the heat of the sun and the sounds of the waves as you make your orders from the bar. For fans of the fairways, this small section of Bali is also home to three of Bali’s best golf courses.

Outside of this golden coastline, Bali package holidays have plenty more to offer for visitors who choose to explore. In the island’s centre, artistic Ubud is filled with galleries, boutique stores, local restaurants, and picturesque rice field landscapes. Iconic shrines are waiting to be discovered everywhere, from Pura Tanah Lot, perched on its rocky outcrop, to the clifftop Uluwatu Temple. Shopping, surfing, and diving can be enjoyed along almost every shore.

However you choose to spend your time, Bali all-inclusive holidays are equally suited for relaxing and enjoying the hospitality or as a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore the island’s attractions. Our Travel Specialists are ready to help you find the right option.

Best Hotels for All-Inclusive

Activities

Food

Best Time to Visit

Best Hotels for All-Inclusive

When you arrange your flights and hotel to Bali, which incredible resort should you choose? Grand Mirage Resort and Thalasso is an established Bali all-inclusive hotel favourite with endless on-site activities, nine restaurants and bars, and a mini waterpark for the kids. Laidback luxury is found at the Balinese-style Sol Benoa, ideal for both couples and families.

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Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, with its Palace Club, is a VIP hangout, while eco-friendly Meliá Bali offers first-class facilities with a focus on fine food. The Mulia invites you to stay wherever you’re most comfortable, from its stylish five-star hotel, premium beachside resort, or lavish villas with 24-hour butler service. Something more serene? Samabe Suites & Villas is a tucked-away haven for a romantic escape. These are just a few of the top all-inclusive resorts in Bali; contact our Travel Specialists to find the right one for you.

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Activities

Things you won’t be short of on a Bali all-inclusive holiday: delicious food, amazing weather, and absorbing activities. Bali is a playground island, and the resorts of its all-inclusive shore provide plenty to keep you entertained, no matter how long you stay. Choose the right hotel, and you’ll enjoy games from beach volleyball to tennis and golf alongside a full menu of watersports.

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Prefer something calmer? Balinese spas offer pampering treatments with a blended collection of global traditions and opportunities for stretching out under the sun and practising yoga with a view. For extra special memories, some Bali all-inclusive hotels include exclusive activities from cooking and dance lessons to cave diving and catamaran picnics. Every hotel and resort offers its own amazing package. Let our team know what you need, and we’ll find the all-inclusive for you.

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Food

As a province of Indonesia, Bali has a fantastic local cuisine built on healthy rice dishes which blend fresh vegetables, meats, and fish in subtle but rich spices that can make a perfect light bite or sumptuous evening meal. From nasi goreng and rendang to satay and grilled fish, you’ll never be short of exciting flavours to savour on your all-inclusive holiday.

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Mediterranean classics and international foods can also be found any time of night or day in most Bali all-inclusive hotels. If you’re a real foodie looking for more, try the Indian spices of Bumbu Delhi at Grand Mirage Resort and Thalasso, Japanese teppanyaki and shabu-shabu at The Mulia’s Edogin restaurant, or paired tapas and wines from Sorrento at Meliá Bali. Whatever you crave, all-inclusive is the easiest way to indulge in Bali’s best food, served by the beach from breakfast to bedtime.

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Best Time to Visit

The beauty of Bali is you can visit at any time and still enjoy great weather. The long dry season runs from April to October, and wherever you stay, you’ll enjoy temperatures in the mid-thirties and blue skies that beckon you to the beach. November to March is officially monsoon season in Bali, but while the humidity is a little higher, showers tend to be short and heavy before drying up quickly in the heat.

If you want your budget to go further, this is a good time for the best value all-inclusive breaks. When the sky is clear, you enjoy all the opportunities of the dry season with fewer crowds at a much-reduced cost. When the rain does fall, simply head to your favourite restaurant or bar - after all, it’s all included!

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Best Hotels for All-Inclusive

Best Hotels for All-Inclusive

When you arrange your flights and hotel to Bali, which incredible resort should you choose? Grand Mirage Resort and Thalasso is an established Bali all-inclusive hotel favourite with endless on-site activities, nine restaurants and bars, and a mini waterpark for the kids. Laidback luxury is found at the Balinese-style Sol Benoa, ideal for both couples and families.

Show More
Show Less

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, with its Palace Club, is a VIP hangout, while eco-friendly Meliá Bali offers first-class facilities with a focus on fine food. The Mulia invites you to stay wherever you’re most comfortable, from its stylish five-star hotel, premium beachside resort, or lavish villas with 24-hour butler service. Something more serene? Samabe Suites & Villas is a tucked-away haven for a romantic escape. These are just a few of the top all-inclusive resorts in Bali; contact our Travel Specialists to find the right one for you.

Show More
Show Less

Activities

Activities

Things you won’t be short of on a Bali all-inclusive holiday: delicious food, amazing weather, and absorbing activities. Bali is a playground island, and the resorts of its all-inclusive shore provide plenty to keep you entertained, no matter how long you stay. Choose the right hotel, and you’ll enjoy games from beach volleyball to tennis and golf alongside a full menu of watersports.

Show More
Show Less

Prefer something calmer? Balinese spas offer pampering treatments with a blended collection of global traditions and opportunities for stretching out under the sun and practising yoga with a view. For extra special memories, some Bali all-inclusive hotels include exclusive activities from cooking and dance lessons to cave diving and catamaran picnics. Every hotel and resort offers its own amazing package. Let our team know what you need, and we’ll find the all-inclusive for you.

Show More
Show Less

Food

Food

As a province of Indonesia, Bali has a fantastic local cuisine built on healthy rice dishes which blend fresh vegetables, meats, and fish in subtle but rich spices that can make a perfect light bite or sumptuous evening meal. From nasi goreng and rendang to satay and grilled fish, you’ll never be short of exciting flavours to savour on your all-inclusive holiday.

Show More
Show Less

Mediterranean classics and international foods can also be found any time of night or day in most Bali all-inclusive hotels. If you’re a real foodie looking for more, try the Indian spices of Bumbu Delhi at Grand Mirage Resort and Thalasso, Japanese teppanyaki and shabu-shabu at The Mulia’s Edogin restaurant, or paired tapas and wines from Sorrento at Meliá Bali. Whatever you crave, all-inclusive is the easiest way to indulge in Bali’s best food, served by the beach from breakfast to bedtime.

Show More
Show Less

Best Time to Visit

Best Time to Visit

The beauty of Bali is you can visit at any time and still enjoy great weather. The long dry season runs from April to October, and wherever you stay, you’ll enjoy temperatures in the mid-thirties and blue skies that beckon you to the beach. November to March is officially monsoon season in Bali, but while the humidity is a little higher, showers tend to be short and heavy before drying up quickly in the heat.

If you want your budget to go further, this is a good time for the best value all-inclusive breaks. When the sky is clear, you enjoy all the opportunities of the dry season with fewer crowds at a much-reduced cost. When the rain does fall, simply head to your favourite restaurant or bar - after all, it’s all included!

Show More
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