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Our luxury resorts in Bali

Explore our resorts in Bali

Bali is a beautiful, blissed-out destination, and ALL's holiday resorts make it a wonderful place to visit at any time of year.

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About Bali

Whatever the occasion, Bali and its luxurious spa resorts know how to welcome visitors in exquisite style. It is famous the world over for its stunning beaches, but Bali offers this and so much more, from adrenaline-pumping activities to sumptuous massages and ultra-hip cafes, bars and restaurants.

Frequently asked questions

Bali is a highly accessible destination, so getting to your luxury resort is reassuringly easy whether you are travelling with family or friends, as a couple or solo. Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (also known as Denpasar) is Indonesia's second busiest, so connections are plentiful. From there, you have a range of options for getting to your resort, including car rentals and taxis (look out for vans and executive cars if you are travelling in large numbers or in style). As well as secure private parking, Novotel Bali Benoa offers a very handy airport shuttle.

If we had to describe Bali's attractions in just one word, it would be “endless”! In addition to its fabled beach resorts, there is a stunningly diverse range of flora and fauna. From the mountain peaks to the depths of the jungle, the sides of a volcano to the heart of a waterfall, there is no end of natural wonders to explore, alongside all the atmospheric historic temples Bali is known for. Water sports and surfing are some of the ways to get to know this dazzling location, but you could also hop on the back of a scooter and wind your way through its backstreets and country lanes for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Your ALL wellness resort is a delicious food and drink destination in itself. Consider, for example, Rumari in Raffles Bali. As well as being the country's first Krug Ambassade, the restaurant offers gorgeous views of the Indian Ocean and delicious Indonesian fine cuisine. On the other hand, the Terra Terrace at Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua - MGallery is a snack bar where you can sip cocktails beside the pool if you would like a quick bite between meals at all the different indulgent restaurants. Alternatively, why not try a “warung”, a small local restaurant serving traditional Balinese dishes, for a truly authentic holiday experience.

Bali's blissful wellness resorts are second to none. ALL's many options in the destination offer an array of wellbeing facilities but, to give you just one example, SoSPA at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort offers a range of beauty and body treatments using luxurious personal care brands. Once you feel thoroughly pampered, you may like to head to the fitness centre to revitalise in a premium space that also gives you access to personal trainers and sauna rooms. In your wellness resort and beyond, you will also find yoga classes or even hot springs for the kind of uniquely Balinese relaxation experience dreams are made of.

July and August are traditionally Bali's high season, so this is when you will find the beach resorts abuzz with people from all around the world. However, Christmas and New Year are also very popular times to visit, especially for travellers looking to soak in some winter sun. Outside of these party seasons, there are still plenty of reasons to holiday in Bali, and the weather stays warm year-round. April to June and September to October both tend to stay quite dry, making them excellent for getting outdoors and exploring all the wildlife and plant life on offer.