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Our luxury resorts in Indonesia

Explore our resorts in Indonesia

Breathe in the unmistakeable sea air of mysterious Indonesia in your ALL beach resort




About Indonesia

As well as unique and precious flora and fauna and stunning views in every direction, Indonesia has an enigmatic ambiance that lingers long in the visitor’s mind. You will feel it even in the surroundings of your ALL luxury resort, from its immaculate spas to its glamourous bars and indulgent restaurants.

Frequently asked questions

Visitors can reach Indonesia via one of its international airports or by sea from neighbouring Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines, as well as the cruise ships which call in every year. Once you have arrived, you will be able to reach your ALL wellness resort in Indonesia in a few different ways. Conveniently, some hotels, including the Royal Beach Seminyak Bali - MGallery Collection, have an airport shuttle to take you and your luggage from the arrivals gate to the front door. Many luxury resorts also have private parking, should you wish to travel around the country independently.

Indonesia is overflowing with both beautiful natural sights and marvellous cultural wonders. You will want to spend some time exploring the many historic temples hidden away and perhaps going on a trek to spot the country’s beloved but illusive orangutans. You will find you don’t even have to leave your ALL holiday resort in Indonesia to find plenty of things to do, however. For instance, the Novotel Bogor Golf Resort & Convention Center has a world-class 18-hole golf course, while Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua – MGallery offers water-skiing and scuba diving, among a host of other activities.

Indonesia is also an excellent food destination with a culinary culture all its own. Guests will be able to savour a taste of this gourmet heritage on the terrace of the Rumari restaurant at Raffles Bali as they gaze out over the ocean. Alternatively, they might try the Loloan Beach Bar and Grill on this wellness resort’s private beach to sample some freshly cooked fish and seafood. You might also choose this destination if you are looking for a honeymoon resort because Raffles Bali is home to both the romantic Secret Cave and the Purnama Honeymoon Bale where guests dine in luxurious style with the sound of waves lapping against the rocks as their soothing backdrop.

As well as being a delicious place to eat, ALL’s spa resorts in Indonesia are a great place to relax, unwind and rejuvenate. The five-star Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort has the SoSPA where a range of body and beauty treatments are delivered by a dedicated team using outstanding international products. The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali - MGallery Collection has Le Spa whose five treatment rooms have been inspired by Indonesian wellness traditions. With therapies such as those found here, there is nothing you need do except relax, so be sure to find out what wellness options your ALL spa resort in Indonesia offers.

July and August are high season in Indonesia as the weather is fantastic across the majority of the country and lots of festivals and celebrations are organised around this time. You might also consider visiting your ALL luxury resort in May, June or September, however, because the weather remains dry but less humid than in high season across much of Indonesia, including in Java, Bali and Lombok. September is also a great time of year for orangutan spotting. From October to April, most of the country is drenched with regular spells of rain, although there remain a few good places for diving.

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