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Novotel Bali Benoa

You and your partner want luxurious accommodation with fabulous dining options, romantic seclusion and a beautiful spa … and all your kids want to do is go to the pool. Can you have it all when you’re seeking a luxury escape in Bali as a family? Fortunately, the answer is yes. Bali gives you the best of both worlds, with luxurious pool villa accommodation and high-end resort facilities in the one location. Having a wonderful family holiday at the following luxury Bali hotels is child’s play.

Peppers Seminyak

Peppers Seminyak is a villa only resort located in the heart of Seminyak with easy access to the beaches, shopping, cafes and restaurants which make this destination so popular with families. If you are travelling to Bali as a group or with extended family, this hotel is ideal as it offers the convenience of staying at a resort plus a classic Bali villa holiday experience.

Peppers Seminyak 2 bedroom villa
2 bedroom villa at Peppers Seminyak

Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay

Kids up to the age of 18 stay free in their parent’s villa at this luxe all-villa resort at Jimbaran Bay. With a minimum room size of 250sqm, even the most affordable accommodation at Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay is huge and offers plenty of room to spread out. Free on-site activities include sailing, kayaking, yoga, beach games, and tennis and the fully supervised Jimba Club which has an indoor tree house and its own kiddie-size infinity pool.

Four Seasons Bali infinity pool
Four Seasons Bali infinity pool

Belmond Jimbaran Puri Bali

One bedroom deluxe pool villas at Belmond Jimbaran Puri Bali have a large private plunge pool and two separate bungalows. There is a master bedroom and bathroom housed in one bungalow and a lounge room with a desk, sitting area and fold out bed in the other so kids get their own bedroom and parents get to enjoy some privacy. Don’t miss the superb beachside Balinese dance performance at Nelayan Restaurant.

Deluxe Pool Villa at Belmond Jimbaran Puri Bali

Banyan Tree Ungasan

All of the rooms at Banyan Tree Ungasan have their own swimming pool and a major ‘wow’ factor. Sliding doors offer easy access to the outdoor area which consists of a large relaxation cabana, spa tub, deck chairs and a private swimming pool. You can walk from here down a leafy side path directly into the bathroom, sparing the villa’s lavish living area from a trail of pool water.

Banyan Tree Ungasan
The main pool at Banyan Tree Ungasan

Novotel Bali Benoa

These 210sqm villas at Novotel Bali Benoa come with a frangipani-draped plunge pool, outdoor bathroom, jacuzzi, gazebo, and outdoor dining pavilion. There is a kids club plus a free guest activities program featuring pool games and similar activities you can enjoy with the kids. Accommodation and breakfast is free for up to two children under 16. Room service is an affordable luxury with most meals costing around A$10 each.

Novotel Bali Benoa
Novotel Bali Benoa

COMO Uma Canggu

Stay in style in a residence with a 10 metre private pool or opt for a three bedroom penthouse with its own rooftop pool and butler service. The Play by COMO Space kids club keeps the fun coming for children aged four to 12 from 9am to 6pm daily. There is also a learn to surf program for children aged 8 to 14 which includes an interactive ocean awareness session, instruction and surfing at the beach.

We’ve got plenty of hints and tips for travelling in Bali and also some great hotel and resort suggestions. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay, we’ve reviewed the Ritz-Carlton Bali Resort, Peppers Seminyak Resort, Apurva Kempinski Bali, Bulgari Resort Bali, Aria Villas Ubud, Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort, The Mulia Bali, Merusaka Nusa Dua, Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, Anantara Seminyak Bali, the InterContinental Bali for couples and those travelling with kids. We’ve compared the Singaraja and Club rooms at the InterContinental Bali and found the best luxury family hotels in Bali and the best honeymoon hotels in Bali.

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Dr Tiana Templeman is an award-winning food and travel journalist, travel author and media industry academic. She is the creator of The Travel Temple, writes for Australian and international media outlets and appears on radio talking about where to go, what to see and travel industry trends.