Stay: 3 Luxury Resorts in Beautiful Bali

We are dreaming of making a trip to Beautiful Bali in Indonesia, hopefully, it will happen soon. There are so many wonderful places to explore in Asia and we have only been to India so far. The thought itself is so refreshing, to go Bali and focus on simple things, like the sun, the sea, and wellbeing, which seems so easy when there are beautiful surroundings, great service, and an abundance of fresh local (vegetarian) food.

Rice fields in Bali ; 3 Best luxury resorts in Bali, Indonesia | Outside Suburbia
Rice fields in Bali

3 Best Luxury Resorts in Bali, Indonesia

I hear the best time to go to Bali is between July and August, and any time between April through October works as well. The west monsoon can bring significant rain, particularly from December to March. Outside of the monsoon period, humidity is relatively low and any rain is unlikely in lowland areas.

The high season in Bali is during the “dry season”. Once we get enough beach time in, we would love to go explore the green and gorgeous Ubud.

Here are the 3 properties that I’m dreaming about… Have you been to Bali? Have you stayed at any of these beautiful properties? Do you have other suggestions for stays in Bali?

The Mulia Bali

The Mulia is in Nusa Dua on the Eastern side of Bali, and one of the best luxury resorts in Bali, in fact, it is one of the top beach resorts in all of Asia. It is quite enough to hear the waves from your room and the perfect spot to see the sun rising over the private beach each morning.

The Condé Nast Traveler award-winning Resort offers luxurious rooms overlooking the private beaches. The entire property is over 20 acres with the Hotel, Resort and Villa’s meaning there is something for everyone. Look at how gorgeous that pool is. Endless infinity pools are lined with custom stone features, seemingly following straight out into Nusa Dua Bay. 

Hotel Mulia Bali is a 5 star family-friendly property that can be easily reached from the Denpasar airport in 25 mins.

Mulia Bali: Luxury Resorts in Beautiful Bali

The Oberoi Bali

The name Oberoi is synonymous with service, that is what you can expect here at Oberoi Bali. Located in Seminyak, this beachfront resort stretches over 15 acres of tropical gardens and offers luxurious beachside units filled with traditional Balinese architecture. It is connected to a shopping center and within a 10-minute walk of Gado Gado Beach and Seminyak Square. Carrefour Plaza Kuta and Legian Beach are also within 3 miles.  

You can catch some rays at the beach, pamper yourself at the full-service spa, or enjoy surfing/boogie boarding at this beautiful hotel.  Don’t you love those unique umbrellas?!

The Oberoi Bali: Luxury Resorts in Beautiful Bali

The Ayana Resort and Spa Bali

Unless you have been living under a rock, you probably heard of the ‘Rock bar’ in Bali – or at least seen the pictures. Built on a rock and known for its epic sunsets, this bar is part of the Ayana resort. If hanging out in the bar is not your thing you can still enjoy magical sunsets from this breath-taking cliff-top location above Jimbaran.

Bali luxury villas at The Villas at AYANA Resort is perfect for a family visiting Bali and for travelers seeking an intimate haven to relax, refresh and rebalance to the tranquil island spirit. Each of the 78 spacious private pool villas features luxurious linens, indigenous artworks and it is only 30 minutes drive from Denpasar airport.

The Ayana Resort and Spa Bali: Luxury Resorts in Beautiful Bali | Outside Suburbia

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Have you been to Bali? What are some of your favorite things to do there? See our family friendly guide to 7 days in Bali. And don’t miss a photo at one of these Bali Swings & Bird Nests in Ubud.

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