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Bali’s Best All-Inclusive Resorts 

December 20, 2023
The pool at Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali, an adults-only all-inclusive resort in Bali - Luxury Escapes

Free-flowing cocktails, all-you-can-eat dining, daily spa treatments... the sky’s the limit at these Bali resorts. 

If breakfast buffets and cocktail hours have your heart skipping a beat, then these all-inclusive Bali resorts will have it set positively aflutter. Checking into an all-inclusive hotel or resort is undeniably one of the best, and most delicious, ways to take a flop-and-drop escape to a new level. Families will enjoy the convenience of having mealtimes already sorted, couples will revel in free-flow drinks and adults-only festivities - and everyone will love the indulgence. Some resorts extend all-inclusive packages to daily spa treatments and activities too.

Find our round up of the best all-inclusive Bali hotels and resorts, plus escapes that offer all-inclusive rates. 

Meliã Bali 

The unofficial motto of Meliã Bali: whatever you want, whenever you want it. From round-the-clock room service at no extra charge and all-day free-flow cocktails to poolside snacks, nothing is too much to ask for here - and everything is on the menu. Days can start at El Patio Restaurant & Coffee Shop, which offers one of Bali's most extensive market-style buffet breakfasts, loved for its French pastries and vast transcontinental selection, which caffeine-coveters can pair with coffee made from locally sourced beans handpicked by farmers in Kintamani. El Patio also serves lunch, and there are five restaurants to choose from when it comes to dinner. Meliã Bali is not all about food though: keep yourself entertained with unlimited use of the basketball, tennis, volleyball, badminton and futsal courts.   

Ayodya Resort Bali 

Five-star beachfront bliss is only made better with the all-inclusive offering at the newly reopened Ayodya Resort Bali in Nusa Dua. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and free-flow drinks (alcoholic and non) are included along with a complimentary minibar, restocked daily, plus select resort activities. Embark on an international culinary tour, starting at Waterfall Restaurant for a breakfast buffet, followed by beachside BBQ at Ayodya Beach Club & Grill, and traditional Japanese sashimi for dinner. A signature iced tea is the perfect complement to the balmy Bali weather.  

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran Bali 

As one of Bali’s favourite family resorts, Mövenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran Bali hits the sweet spot when it comes to keeping all ages happy. Unsurprisingly, this hotel, which shares the same name as the Swiss ice cream juggernaut, has sugary surprise or two in store. Half-board and all-inclusive packages include not only dining, but a daily chocolate hour, where ice cream, desserts, truffles, a chocolate fountain, churros and petit fours are all for the taking. Live cooking stations whip up local specialties and Italian-inspired pastas, and the youngest guests can tuck into specially devised dishes and kid-friendly menus. The pirate-themed kids’ club here is something else, so youngsters are well entertained while grown-ups enjoy a child-free feed. 

Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali  

Leave the kids at home for this one, because Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali is the ultimate adults-only and all-inclusive haven. Here, daily breakfast, lunch and dinner is served at Wantilan, where a focus on seasonal, organic local produce and indigenous fruits and flavours complements the resort’s holistic approach to wellness. And what’s a wellness resort without spa treatments? Happily, these are included, too. Unlock a deeper level of relaxation with a 50-minute massage that uses local products and traditional Balinese healing practices. 

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas  

Nothing is forgotten at Samabe Bali Suites & Villas, especially if you take up the all-inclusive upgrade. This Nusa Dua clifftop retreat is made all the dreamier with their 'anytime, anywhere’ breakfast with a paddle board of freshly squeezed juices, eggs benedict, smoked salmon, berry-topped waffles and chocolate tarts. A la carte lunch and dinner is available in-villa for a romantic touch, and free-flow cocktails are on from 5pm until midnight. Upgrading takes the tough decisions out of your days, so you are free to make use of the complimentary non-motorised water sports, including catamaran, kayaking and snorkelling.

Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali 

Infinity Pool bar at Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali, one of the best all-inclusive resorts in Bali – Luxury Escapes
Infinity Pool bar during sunset at Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali.

Grand by name and grand by nature, Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali is one of the best for all-inclusive luxury. Overlooking the Indian Ocean, the 10 bars and restaurants offer vastly different dining experiences while making the most the of coastal views and atmosphere. The Grand Cafe showcases all-day dining, while Jukung Seafood Grill is the place to be for al fresco meals with a view. Ibu Kitchen Restaurant promises a taste of local Indonesian flavours, and JJ Rooftop Lounge is a go-to for sundowners and stargazing. Drinks flow freely with every meal – an added bonus only received with all-inclusive rates.  


Bali’s MERUSAKA Nusa Dua does all-inclusive the right way, across four onsite restaurants. The beachfront resort takes its cues from the sea, whether it's panoramic views over a seafood dinner or a refreshing coastal breeze with a Caprese salad, char-grilled short ribs and pan-seared barramundi at Ja’Jan Bistro. No matter which restaurant you choose, there is always free-flow alcohol. If you’re feeling peckish between lunch and dinner, pop down to the Bar Lounge for afternoon tea and a signature Coco Mojito! 

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort  

Floating breakfast at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort, one of the best all-inclusive resorts in Bali – Luxury Escapes
Floating breakfast at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort. Source: Supplied.

The Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort is the ultimate French-inspired beachfront haven, promising the creme de la creme of all-inclusive holidays for the whole family. Feast on the generous spreads at the breakfast and lunch buffets, which include Indian and Asian cuisine, a juice bar, a noodle bar, and an entire section dedicated to gluten-free options. Dinner is a luxurious affair at Cucina restaurant, serving Italian delicacies from tuna tartare to pancetta-wrapped chicken breast. Kids eat for free from the kid’s menu, while the grown-ups enjoy a daily bottle of wine.  

These Bali hotels also offer all-inclusive packages: 

Mulia Resort  

The highest level of grand luxury can only be found at the Mulia Resort, with half-board packages on offer. Mornings can start at The Cafe, where an astonishing selection of breakfast specialties make the resort's buffer one of the best in Bali (if not the world) and include sushi, sashimi and a separate room dedicated to just desserts and gelato. If you’re feeling peckish at midday, take yourself to Table8 for Chinese and Cantonese cuisine. Dinner is served at both venues. Even better, guests receive a IDR500,000 daily dine-around credit per person to test out the remaining restaurants and bars in the resort.  

Six Senses Uluwatu 

The view of the ocean from Six Senses Uluwatu, one of the best all-inclusive resorts in Bali – Luxury Escapes

A dream for the senses and an ice-cream lover's heaven is the luxurious Six Senses Uluwatu. Each morning is accompanied by a lavish buffet or a la carte breakfast, followed by your choice of a gourmet lunch or dinner at Rocka. Rocka restaurant changes its menu seasonally, to ensure only the best farm-to-plate produce is enjoyed all year round. Other diners at the resort include Watu Steakhouse and The Cliff Bar.

Potato Head Suites & Studios 

Wake up to the Seminyak sunrise at Potato Head Suites & Studio and enjoy the selection of breakfast favourites from Resto’s a la carte menu. Receive exclusive daily access to the famed Potato Head Beach Club to lounge on VIP sunbeds, sip on cocktails, and soak up the sunshine. Head back to the Beachfront bar in the afternoon for one hour of sundowner drinks, and, finally, choose either lunch or dinner at one of the three restaurants. Taste Italian wonders at the Pizza Garden, dine on authentic Indonesian flavours at Kaum, or head back to Beachfront for plates made using organic ingredients.

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