Four Seasons Resort Bali At Jimbaran Bay Reopens

Bali is renowned as one of the most family-friendly destinations in the world, and as the island reopens, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay has unveiled a new nature-inspired Kids Club program, state-of-the-art Spa and special dining benefits to ensure everyone has the time of their lives.

“Any family who’s ever been to Bali can attest to the incredible welcome they receive. Children are revered as ‘mini-gods’ in Balinese culture. This care and attention allows parents to relax and enjoy some ‘me’ time by the pool or a massage at the spa, secure in the knowledge that their children are in safe hands,” says Resort Manager Nicolas Senes. “We are more excited than ever to welcome families, with new experiences and amenities to ensure their long-dreamed-of holiday is well worth the wait.”

Revamped Kids Club Program

Named after “the children’s house,” Umah Rare Kids Club is complimentary for in-house guests and celebrates Bali’s arts and cultural heritage with activities designed to get the little ones connecting directly with nature, in nature. They can learn how to weave palm leaves into decorative ornaments from a Balinese priestess, play coconut bowls and fly hand-crafted kites on the beach, pick herbs from the on-site garden to make Zero Waste mocktails with the bartenders, make local fruit-based desserts with the chefs, improve mental clarity with yoga, and try their hand at Indonesian martial arts and Balinese dance.

Brand New Spa

Meanwhile, parents can enjoy some well-deserved pampering and relaxation at the Resort’s new Healing Village Spa, featuring 10 all-suite treatment rooms where expert therapists deliver soul-deep rejuvenation. Treatments include a rainbow eco-Vichy shower, surround sound and colour therapy, and an incredible Balinese long-stroke massage on a heated bed made of crushed crystals, to enhance the sensory immersion.

Multigenerational Activities to Reconnect and Recharge

But at the end of the day, a family holiday means quality time together, and there’s plenty to be had both at the Resort and off-site exploring Bali’s many hidden gems. Imagine ending the day with a private family campfire BBQ on the beach, where a dedicated chef will cook made-to-order burgers and help the kids make their own popcorn and s’mores on the bonfire. The Multigenerational Cooking Class at Jala Cooking Academy gets the whole family working as a team to cook a delicious Balinese lunch together. Or families can catch their lunch with a local fisherman during the new ocean-to-table adventure, inspired by Jimbaran’s heritage as a fishing village. The Resort’s jukung-style fishing boat is also available for surf charters and day cruises to explore the famous beaches, surf spots, temples and dramatic cliffs along the Uluwatu “Bukit” peninsula just a 15 minute boat ride away – or cycling enthusiasts can join the Resort’s guide for an off-road trip to Balangan Beach. Further afield, mud wrestling, rice field and volcano trekking, a 9th century cave temple and canyoning through remote waterfalls are just some of the activities that make Bali a nature-lover’s paradise.

Children Dine Free at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Asia-Pacific

No matter what package or room rate they book, families will enjoy additional dining perks as part of a regional campaign rolled out across all Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in Asia-Pacific. Valid from January 1 through to June 30, 2022, the extra benefits include:

  • Free breakfast, lunch and dinner at Sundara restaurant for children aged six years and under;
  • Free breakfast and 50 percent off lunch and dinner for children aged seven to 12 years old;
  • Free snacks at the Kids Club for children up to 12 years old; and
  • Children’s welcome amenities.

These supplement existing benefits at Four Seasons Resorts Bali including complimentary extra bed for guests under 18 years old, baby amenities and complimentary Kids Club.

Private, secluded family-friendly accommodations

The Resort’s all-villa concept provides natural distancing and seclusion from other guests, with 147 private pool villas set on 14 hectares (35 acres) of oceanfront gardens. Each villa is a self-contained retreat, with the highest standards of service, comfort and care delivered in line with Four Seasons Lead With Care health and safety protocols. The family-friendly accommodations include spacious Family Premier Villas – the most convenient option for those with younger children who want them close to the primary bedroom. The Two-Bedroom Villas provides more space and separation for teenagers, while the two-storey Three-Bedroom Imperial Villa offers the most luxurious sanctuary. Adjacent to the Resort, nine private residences provide maximum comfort and space for multi-generational holidays.

And for those looking for the ultimate arrival, there’s the world’s only hotel check-in by river raft, a two-hour easy adventure that’s available for guests transferring from Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay to sister resort Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan on the banks of the Ayung River – a unique way to keep the family adventure going and make up for all that lost time.


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