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A great way to check out different hotels in Bali is to get a day pass to a resort. You may be staying in a villa during your next Bali family holiday or a resort in a different area of Bali. A Bali hotel day pass is a great way to spend the day and perfect to see if the resort might suit for your next family holiday to Bali.
We have contacted a large amount of hotels in Bali and asked if they currently offer day passes to their resorts. The information below was provided by the hotels in February 2019. We are still waiting on information from some resorts and if there are specific resorts that aren’t listed that you would like to know if they offer day passes, leave a comment and I will send them another email.
Please note: the information provided was accurate at the time of writing but the hotels may change their policies. If you are planning to visit any of the resorts listed, I recommend sending an email prior to your visit to check they still offer day passes.
One of the best day passes in Bali is the Club Med Day Pass. This all-inclusive resort is amazing with kids and if you would like to try it out for your next stay, check out the day pass Club Med offers. For more info on Club Med Bali check out their website or to buy a pass through Klook click here.
Club Med Bali day pass price (all in IDR):
*Kids under 4 years old: FREE
Day + evening (10am – Midnight)
Teen (12 – 17): 1,360,000
Kid (4 -11): 1,020,000
Evening only (6pm – midnight)
Day Pass (10am – 6pm)
Baby Club (4 months – 23 months)
930,000 per day
Petit Club (2 – 3 y/o)
830,000 per day
Babysitter (organised with carer from outside resort)
40,000 per child / hour
Included in the Club Med Bali Day Pass:
Buffet lunch from 12pm and snacks at the bar
Premium open bar (sodas, beer, wine by the glass, cocktails, spirits) at the resort’s 3 bars
Access to kids clubs: Mini Club (4 – 10 y/o) & Junior’s Club (11 – 17 y/o) *to be arranged directly with resort prior to arrival to ensure availability
Access to a wide range of activities including SUP, surfing, flying trapeze, archery, golf, tennis, yoga, wind surfing, sailing, and more!
Nightly entertainment by the friendly staff
To contact Club Med Bali to organise access to the kids club call: +62 361 771521 or buy a pass through Klook.
The day pass to the Novotel in Nusa Dua is excellent value and you can pay for the kids to join the kids club. We visited in April 2019 and stayed in October 2019, it’s a lovely resort with huge apartments for the whole family. You can find our full review here.
Full day pass Adult (over 12 years old) – IDR 100,000 per person includes access to pool + towel
Full day pass Children (4 – 12 years old) – IDR 50,000 includes access to pool + towel
Kids under 4 are free
Kids club day pass Half day 8:30am – 12:30pm – IDR 125,000 per child
Kids club day pass Full day 8:30am – 5:30pm – IDR 235,000 per kid
Ages included in day pass to kids club are 4-10 years old
Kids under 4 are welcome but most be accompanied by an adult
Some activities have an extra charge, see the program below
The Padma Resort Ubud day pass is a great day out for the family. The Swim & Dine offer allows you to enjoy the beautiful pool and check out our review of our stay at the the Padma Resort Ubud.
IDR 375,000 nett per adult and IDR 250,000 nett per child
Adults & kids get access to the swimming pool, lunch and afternoon tea. Kids may also use the Kids Club when a Swim & Dine package is purchased for the kids. (This may be subject to availability depending on how many in-house guests are using the kids club)
They provide towels plus there is a shower you can access.
A beautiful 5 star resort in Nusa Dua directly on the beach, the Sofitel doesn’t allow outside guests into the resort but they have a beach club Manarai Beach House that is open to everyone. Kids are welcome to use the pool and the beach is lovely.
Movenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran is an amazing resort for kids. The kids pool area is a lot of fun and the kids club is huge! Check out the following details on how you can access their facilities.
IDR 500,000+21% tax per adult
IDR 250,000+21% tax per child between 6-12 years old
Free for children from 0-6 years old maximum 2 children with 2 adults (if you have more kids aged 0-6 years than adults they will be charged at the child rate)
Price includes food and beverage credit IDR 300,000 net per adult and IDR 125,000 net per paying child at Jejala Pool Bar or Anarasa Restaurant
1 sun lounge chair or beanbag including 1 pool towel per person
Free use of swimming pool
Kids club for in house guest only (see below for access during Sunday Brunch)
Walk in guest only, no advance booking and sun lounger, beanbags, chairs subject to availability (first come first served basis)
Outside shower access excluding the bath amenities
SUNDAY FAMILY JAZZ BRUNCH
Until 30th April 2019 there is a special available where families enjoying Sunday Family Jazz Brunch can access the pool facilities and kids club and the deal of ‘PAY 2 for 3’.
12 pm to 4 pm
IDR 450,000 net / adult
IDR 225,000 net / child age 12-16 years old
IDR 112,500 net per child age 6 to 12 years old
Below 6 years old free of charge
An extra IDR 350,000 net adds a free-ﬂow selected refreshing local cocktails, local wine and beer
An extra IDR 499,000 net adds a free-ﬂow selected refreshing international cocktails, international wine and beer
The Sunday Brunch is located at Anarasa Restaurant with an extensive buﬀet featuring a Peruvian corner, Asian specialties, live cooking stations of suckling pig, chicken Tandoori, grilled meats and seafood as well as noodle station. Don’t miss the delightful dessert of sweet treats and ice cream and many more. Entertainment to be enjoyed is live jazz and magician performance.
Time access limits:
Kids club – only 2 hours (during the Sunday Brunch time of 12pm-4pm)
Pool – 4 hours (during the Sunday Brunch time of 12pm-4pm)
Towel and shower access included
For more infomation or reservations, email to [email protected] or call +62 361 4725 777 or WhatsApp to +62 811 3863155
Intercontinental Bali Day Pass is a great way to explore this gorgeous resort on Jimbaran beach.
Day pass guests are entitled of the following facilities: complimentary use of swimming pool, pool towel, sun lounger and/or umbrella, shower, locker and F&B restaurants.
Main pool open from 6am to 7pm and Balinese pool bath open 7am to 10pm.
In regards to the daypass, there is no need to make a reservation and you can go directly to reception desk in the lobby. Then you will be given the miscellaneous form to show to Leisure Concierge at pool and restaurant once you have purchased the day pass.
We love Holiday Inn Benoa and you can check out our review of our stays in 2015 and 2019 here. The day pass is great value and access to the fun kids club is a bonus. It is located near the restaurant and pool so perfect if you have younger ones that need to chill out while the older kids splash in the pool.
IDR 450.000/person 8 years and older
Kids under 8 years free of charge
Access to pool, gym, beach and kids club access, also included is a F&B credit for IDR 200.000
Pools open from 8am-9pm
Kids club open 9am-5pm and 6pm-9pm. Kids under 4 years need to be accompanied by a nanny or parent
Padma Resort Legian day pass is officially for use only at the SKAI Beach Club. Upon request from guests; friends & families may at times be allowed to access the resort and use its facilities for a cost.
Any consumption of food and beverage at SKAI Beach Club
Entitles outside guests to use SKAI Beach Club pool, lounge chair and restaurant
You can find the link here for more pictures and menus to SKAI Beach Club.
The location of Montigo Resort in Seminyak is perfect to relax after shopping in Jl Petitenget. They have 3 pools at Montigo and the front restaurant near the street next to TIIGO restaurant is open to outside guests. The kids club is a great spot for the kids to chill out and the spa is lovely, one of the best Bali massages I have had!
Consumption of food at TIIGO restaurant, minimum spend during high season
TIIGO Restaurant: Open 24 hours. Currently they have a breakfast promotion available, all you can eat buffet breakfast at only IDR 100k nett per person inclusive of free flow cappuccino, café latte and more
TIIGO Pool: Outside guests are able to use the TIIGO Pool by consuming at the restaurant and minimum spend during high season.
Towel and shower are available by the pool
Montigo Spa: Open from 9am to 11pm daily. 60 minutes body massage start from 240k nett per person
Tilo Kids Club: Open from 9am to 11pm daily. Outside guests are able to use Tilo Kids at a cost of IDR 100k ++ per kid per hour and they also have membership card available for multiple visits
A luxury resort in Nusa Dua, The Mulia has a day pass but ONLY for 12 years and older. Outside guests are more than welcome to dine at their restaurants – The Cafe, Table8, Soleil and Edogin – as well as Mulia Deli for selection of cakes and desserts. Afternoon tea at The Bar or Cascade Lounge or a session of afternoon cocktails at Sky Bar plus the spa is also available. Make sure you contact them for a booking.
Still waiting for prices
Access to Ocean and Courtyard Pools at Mulia Resort only, not applicable for The Mulia & Mulia Villas
The package is offered from Monday to Saturday only from 3pm onwards
Reservations are required, confirmation is subject to availablity
Outdoor showers are provided along with the towels, changing rooms are available at designated areas
There are two packages that the guests can choose from
Soleil Seaside Package – including a set lunch menu, food and beverage credit, access to swimming pool (ocean and courtyard pool at Mulia Resort), towels, long chairs (subject to availability)
Sky Bar Sundowner Package – including food and beverage credit, pool and beach access (ocean and courtyard pool at Mulia Resort), towels, long chairs (subject to availability)
This gorgeous resort on the North West tip of Bali is an eco friendly glamping resort that is in a great location to enjoy diving and snorkelling that is on offer. A 4 hour drive from the southern tourist areas so would be a day pass to use if you were staying in northern Bali.
IDR 250.000/person non refundable
Includes use of Pasir Putih beach club plunge pool, sun bed, towels and IDR 200.000 credit for food & beverage
This beautiful 5 star resort in Jimbaran doesn’t allow access to the resort for outside guests but you can enjoy a day out at their beach club Sundara. Such a long infinity pool, you can enjoy watching the sunset while relaxing on a day bed.
Rp1,750,000++ per daybed including Rp1,750,000++ Food & Beverage credit, WiFi access, mineral water, towels and poolside amenities*.
Daybed Fee is based on two people per daybed. Additional minimum spend for the 3rd person is Rp550.000++ and Rp500.000++ for the 4th person (maximum 4 adults).
Rp1,200,000++ per daybed including Rp1,200,000++ Food & Beverage credit, WiFi access, mineral water, towels and poolside amenities.
Daybed Fee is based on two people per daybed.
Rp980,000++ per couple for two sunbeds on the Sundeck including Rp980,000++ Food & Beverage credit, WiFi access, mineral water, towels and poolside amenities.
There is a small cost for the kids to join the kids club that is part of the minimum daily spend.
Resorts without day passes
The information below was provided by the resorts in February 2019
Hard Rock Hotel Bali (Outside guests can only can visit the Boom Box Recording Studio, Rock Spa, Rock Shop & Rock Shop Too and FB outlets such as Centerstage, Starz Diner, Starz Deli and Jamie’s Italian Kuta Beach. Pools, Kids Club, Lullaby, Teens club and Body Rock are exclusive for in-house guests only.)
Ayana Resort Jimbaran (All of the pools at Ayana Resort are for in-house guests only)
St Regis Nusa Dua (Outside guests can only access to restaurants Boneka, Kayuputi, Dulang, Gourmand Deli & King Cole Bar. Also the onsite spa)
Legian Beach Hotel (Lunch or dinner only at the restaurant)
Courtyard Seminyak (Only access to Seminyak Kitchen restaurant, for breakfast lunch and dinner, and Pool Bar ,only allowed at the lounge and not permitted to swim at the pool or spa.)
Courtyard Nusa Dua (Only access to restaurants Momo café, Momo to go, Dapur Santai and the Spa)
Hyatt Regency Sanur (Currently do not offer day passes but their beachfront restaurant Pizzaria is open to the public)
Mandira Legian (Currently don’t have day passes for outside guests but family and friends of in house guests can. They just need to spend a minimum amount and have a fee for towel and shower access. Azul Beach Club does have food and the pool is for adults only from Monday to Saturday with kids able to access the pool on Sunday’s. There is a cost with the cabanas and sun beds are complimentary with food and beverage purchase)
Anvaya Kuta (Restaurants and spa only open to outside guests)
Holiday Inn Baruna (Envy Restaurant is available for outside guests and is a great restaurant with amazing sunset views and plenty of space for the kids to run around)
Breezes Seminyak (When occupancy is lower than 80%, they then offer a day pass to friends or family of their current guests, cost IDR 100.000/ person)
Fairmont Sanur (Doesn’t allow outside guests but have allowed kids to access the kids club during Sunday Brunch in the past)
Prime Plaza Sanur (Is for in-house guests only)
There is a huge range of resorts to choose from in different areas of Bali to have a fun day with the kids. Please let me know via email if you find any of this information needs to be updated or you find another resort that allows outside guests. As I said at the start of the post, I am still waiting to hear back from at least 10 resorts.
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Great tips and information. Need something to calm these toddlers!
Thanks so much!
This is wonderful information. We are traveling with 3 teens. Staying in Northeast Bali. So it would be nice to experience different areas/ resorts for the day and know we can cool off in a pool. Any favorites for teen boys ?
Hi! In north east Bali it is definitely more isolated away from beach clubs. Check out Komune Resort as it is up on the east coast 🙂
Yay glad it was helpful!
Thanks for the tips.
We spent a day at the Manarai Beach Club at the Sofitel in Nusa Dua. https://www.ismaya.com/eat-drink/manarai
I believe it is only 9 months old. 2 pools, one looking out onto beach. No fee to enter or minimum spend. Staff were super welcoming and attentive. Very cool beach club vibe. Great, reasonably priced food and drinks. We went in the day with our children aged 8 and 11 and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it.
Awesome thanks so much! I walked past their recently and it looked great x
The Sundara does offer a day pass. Minimum spend is 1.2m for a day-bed (a whole family could use this) and you can pay for the kids club which is only 66k per child and is part of the daily spend.
Thanks Leanne and yes I have Sundara listed under Four Seasons but will do a seperate post on beach clubs that everyone can access 🙂
Hi, It is now 2022. In December our cruise ends in Bali. We are also taking our family members on the cruise.. Altogether we are 9 people. For one day and night my husband and I are thinking of booking a one bedroom villa at the Ritz Carlton and then buying a day pass for our other 7 family members. The 7 members will be taking a flight late that night to fly home. How much would the day pass cost for Ritz Carlton? And at what time of the day can they arrive at the resort? Thank you
I would contact the Ritz Carlton direct with these questions 🙂