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    10 Luxury Resort Pool in Bali Traveling for Free Swim

    Find the best one resort pool villas or hotels you can enjoy free swim in one day pass.Here 10 Luxury Resort Pool in Bali Traveling for Swim.What makes Bali’s luxury beach resorts so alluring? Is it the impeccable service, the world-class architectural design, or the elegant rooms with beds fit for royalty and fancy pants bathroom amenities? Egyptian cotton sheets and fluffy bathrobes are all rather wonderful, but it’s an eye-poppingly amazing pool that really lets you know you’re in high-priced paradise.If you wouldn’t mind kicking back celebrity style in an extravagant 5 star resort pool, but don’t have the budget or the burning desire to actually stay in such exclusive digs – well, you’re in luck.Many resorts offer day passes for non-residents, giving you access to the pool, and often other amenities as well. We’ve dipped our toes in at 10 of Bali’s top-end resorts to show you the best places to soak up their poolside luxury for a day.
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    1.amazing pools including a traditional Balinese fountain pool!InterContinental Bali Resort.

    Address: Jalan Uluwatu No. 45, Jimbaran, Kuta Selatan, Kabupaten Badung
    Email: bali@ihg.com
    Contact: +62 361 701888
    The InterContinental Bali Resort boasts not just one, but five swimming pools (plus one private Club Pool for guests) spread across acres of magnificently landscaped gardens.The stunning Main Pool at 35m long never gets too crowded, surrounded by a garden-fringed terrace lined with plenty of sun beds, and of course the ever-handy Pool Bar at the water’s edge.There’s also the secluded Balinese Bath Pool with its sculpted stone walls and water spouts, a traditional Balinese inspired Fountain Pool and two supervised kids’ Fun Pools.If you do make your way down to InterContinental Bali Resort, treat yourselves to great food at the in-house restaurants – from the award-winning KO Japanese Restaurant, to Italian fine-dining at Bella Cucina, and fresh seafood off the extensive menu at Jimbaran Gardens.Naturally, hit up Sunset Beach Bar & Grill for pitchers of sangria, cocktails and beer; and while you’re there, don’t miss out on The Gelato Counter’s chillingly good gelato.Tip: The staff recommend calling up ahead of time, but walk-ins are usually accepted. Guest passes can be purchased from the leisure concierge in the lobby.
    2.The longest beachfront infinity pool on the island Sundara Bali, Four Seasons Jimbaran

    The Sundara is Jimbaran’s most famous playground for the rich, the famous and the pleasure-seeking. A sultry beach club and home to one of Bali’s best restaurants, it also plays host to a world-class spa and the longest beachfront infinity pool on the island at an epic 57m.The pool runs right alongside the beach with just a sliver of sand between them. Day guests and their families are welcome to dine in the beachfront bar/restaurant, drop the kids off at the Jimba Kids Club (Rp. 80,000++/day for kids above 4 years old and Rp. 50,000++/hour for kids below 4 years old – Including Kids Club nanny), and make use of the pool and day beds for a fee.Sundara’s chic and spacious double day beds are stretched out along the pool overlooking the spectacular curve of Jimbaran Bay.Be sure to call and book your daybeds in advance. After a few lazy laps, stick around for mind-melting sunsets and live music entertainment from Bali’s top indie artist.Ps: Did you know that Sundara is top on our list of best places to find dessert in Bali? Known for the exquisite desserts created by their chef, and his penchant for creating whimsically inspired treats – they’re guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth!
    Address: Kawasan Bukit Permai, Jimbaran
    Email: sundara.bali@fourseasons.com
    Contact: (62 361) 708333
    Website: http://sundarabali.com
    Sundara Bali, Four Seasons Jimbaran
    Day Pass Essentials:
    Rent a day bed for Rp 980,000 (approximately USD $72), and that will give you access to Sundara’s facilities for a day! (Maximum of 4 persons)This includes Rp 600,000 (approximately USD $44) credit for food and beverages, poolside service, a complimentary fruit platter, and free Wi-Fi.
    3.Cocktails and chill vibes at glamorous Woobar The W Retreat and Spa

    Bold, beautiful and dripping with bling, Seminyak’s hippest hotel is magnet for the well-heeled and glamorous. The location is smack bang on the sands of Seminyak, but the most impressive water view here is the incredible three-tiered pool inspired by Bali’s terraced rice paddies.Spanning over 1,790sqm, surrounded by lush tropical palms and sundecks, it’s the setting for glorious sunsets and W’s sizzling music and fashion events.Day trippers can visit the W’s pool free of charge and without any minimum spend, however it’s expected that you purchase in-house drinks and food if you’d like to use the facilities.The Woobar is the W’s poolside bar where you can grab a cocktail and be provided with a complimentary towel before getting wet. The sun lounges and chairs around the pool are reserved for in-house guests, but you can always sink into a sofa at the Woobar to enjoy the tropical vibes and resident DJ beats.Do call in advance to book a sofa at the Woobar. The in-house DJs can usually be found sending out chill vibes from 1pm until late.
    The W Retreat and Spa
    Day Pass Essentials:
    Absolutely free! All you have to do is purchase a drink, and you can swim. (They’ll even provide a towel!)
    Address: Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan, Seminyak
    Email: whotels.bali@whotels.com
    Contact: +62 361 3000106
    4.How does a gorgeous lagoon pool and well-stocked swim-up bars sound? Padma Resort Legian

    An artistically styled oasis, the Padma is tucked away just off the lively parade of Legian Beach.If a swanky Club Chalet at the Padma isn’t quite in your budget, fear not – the restaurants, beach club and pool are open to the public, offering a perfect break from the heat and bustle of the beach.The Padma has an enormous main pool with plenty of room to put in some serious laps, and a gorgeous lagoon pool in a tropical garden setting. Both have well-stocked swim-up bars and plenty of lounge chairs.Non-hotel residents are welcome to use its S.K.A.I. Beach Club Bali and grab a complimentary towel, provided they adhere to a minimum spend of Rp250,000 (approximately USD $18) per person at the bars and restaurants.(If you want a day bed overlooking to the beach to yourself, you’ll need to spend a minimum of Rp500,000 (Approximately USD $36).)When it comes to food or delicious light bites, never fear – Padma Legian has pretty much everything you’ll need. First and most importantly, pool bars? Check. Head to The Barong Pool Bar & Cafe, or the bar in the pool, The Barong Pool Bar & Cafe.If you are looking for a beach club, S.K.A.I Beach club Bali awaits! The Padma Resort Legian has just launched their S.K.A.I Beach Club Bali membership which gives you discounts on food and beverage and even on their best available rooms rates, turning a day at the beach into a weekend by the beach. (Applicable to Indonesian and KITAS holders only)Next, the restaurants. For Asian/Continental fare, DONBIU offers a refreshing variety served with live music and entertainment.  For Italian/Mediterranean, La Dolce Vita’s where you want to be; and if not, Tenkai Japanese Restaurant for those craving some sushi and teppanyaki. Last but not least, dessert lovers may get your fill of sweet treats at The Deli!Tip: Reservations are recommended, particularly between sunset and dinner (from about 4:30pm to 8:30pm). DJs spin chill-out tunes by the pool 7 nights of the week.
    Padma Resort Legian
    Day Pass Essentials:
    Spend a minimum of Rp250,000 at S.K.A.I. Beach Club Bali (approximately USD $18) per person to access the Infinity Pool (and a complimentary towel).
    Spend a minimum of Rp500,000 at S.K.A.I. Beach Club Bali (approximately USD $36) to get a daybed by the pool overlooking to the beach!
    Address: Jalan Padma No. 1, Legian, Kuta, Badung
    Email: dining.legian@padmahotels.com
    Contact: +62 361 752111
    5.Get treated to a stylish dose of family fun Club Med Bali

    Club Med is synonymous with family fun, and their beachfront Nusa Dua arm is true to their philosophy, with an added sprinkling of Balinese style and hospitality.The resort sits on 24 acres of manicured gardens, dotted with tropical palms and day beds, meandering down to the water’s edge.There’s a huge, sparkling main pool with boardwalks, lounge decks, the Kintamani Pool Bar and the enormous Agung Restaurant right in the middle of the pool, serving delicious dishes and colourful cocktails alfresco on the pool deck.Club Med specialises in treating day guests to the same level of service, so you won’t find like an outsider or an impostor.There are two passes available, a Day Pass from 10am to 6pm, and a Night Pass from 6pm to midnight.The day pass includes lunch and drinks at the bar and gives you the opportunity to discover activities such as yoga, trapeze, windsurfing and tennis. The night pass includes dinner and drinks at the bar accompanied by live entertainment.Tip: Club Med’s day passes are extremely popular, so be sure to book at least 24 hours in advance.
    Club Med Bali
    Day Pass Essentials:
    A Day Pass costs Rp 695,000 (approximately USD $51), and is valid from 10am to 6pm, Mondays to Thursdays only.
    A Night Pass costs Rp 910,000 (approximately USD $66), and is valid from 6pm to midnight (Mondays to Thursdays).
    An Afternoon Pass costs Rp 450,000 (approximately USD $33), and is valid from 2.30pm to 6pm, Mondays to Thursdays only.
    A Night Pass for Fridays to Sundays will cost Rp 960,000 (approximately USD $70), and is also valid from 6pm to midnight.
    Address: Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua BTDC Lot. 6, Nusa Dua, Kuta Selatan, Badung Contact: +62 361 771521.
    6.Access the incredible interconnected pools and private beach Grand Nikko Bali

    One of the most luxurious beach resorts in Nusa Dua, the elegant Grand Nikko’s claim to fame are its incredible island and ocean views – perched at the top of a 40m cliff towering above a secluded white sand beach.The sprawling, landscaped grounds of the Nikko encompass a jaw-dropping series of four interconnected pools, crisscrossed by gardens, sculptures and bridges. There’s also a separate children’s lagoon and a 30-metre water slide.It also has one of Bali’s most unique beach activities: camel riding.The Grand Nikko offers a special pass for non-hotel guests called ‘A Day in Paradise’. The pass costs Rp 200,000 (approximately USD $14) per adult and includes entry for one child.It gives you access to the resort’s pools and private beach, a complimentary towel per person, one hour access to the Jungle Camp Kids Club for children under 12, a 15% discount on food and beverages and a 25% discount on selected spa treatments at the Mandara Spa.Also, if you spend a minimum of Rp 500.000 on food and beverage, you get a half day use of your own Cabana by the beach!
    ip: To get your Day in Paradise, ask at the Tour Desk counter on arrival.

    Grand Nikko Bali
    Day Pass Essentials:
    Get your day pass at Rp 200,000 nett (approximately USD $14) for 1 adult and 1 child.
    Address: Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Nusa Dua Contact: +62 361 773377.
    7.Swim in Alila’s world famous mountain pool Alila Ubud

    Perched above the Ayung River, the Alila lays claim to the most breathtakingly beautiful pool in Ubud.A sliver of an infinity edge pool which goes from an intoxicating emerald colour on Ubud’s misty mornings to sapphire blue in the afternoon sun, it gives the appearance of overhanging the plummeting valley below soaking up panoramic views of Ubud’s lush, forested hillsides.The Alila pool is generally a guests-only indulgence, but if you book a treatment at the Spa Alila, you’ll be issued a day use card that allows you to use the property’s food and beverage outlets.Provided the pool isn’t overly busy, day card holders can get the chance to experience the Alila’s world famous mountainside swimming spot.
    Alila Ubud
    Day Pass Essentials:
    Book a treatment at Spa Alila to get a day use card.
    Do note that day card access to Alila’s famous mountainside pool depends on the pool’s availability.
    Address: Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan, Kec. Gianyar
    Email: ubud@alilahotels.com Contact: +62 361 975963.
    8.The perfect place for cocktails in the pool Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa

    With its authentic architecture and furnishings, the long-established Nusa Dua Beach Hotel has gone for international luxury with a touch of tradition, taking inspiration from the royal palaces of Bali’s past.The hotel has its own exclusive stretch of beach, and three pools amid landscaped grounds.  (We do love a good beach with maximum privacy – the utter luxury of stretching out in comfort and exclusive seclusion to magnificent ocean views and crashing waves!)For pure relaxation, you’ll want to hit the Pool Bar, with mid-water seats letting you sip on a cocktail without leaving the cooling embrace of the pool.Day pass guests can visit the pool areas between 9am and 5pm.Ps: For parents looking for family-friendly amenities like the kids club where kids have a safe space to play and get creative while you steal some couple time, the kids’ club is available to you!
    Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
    Day Pass Essentials:
    A day pass costs Rp300,000 (approximately USD $22) per adult, and Rp150,000 (approximately USD $11) per child.
    To access the kids’ club facilities, top up an additional 245,000 IDR per child per hour, and you’re good to go.
    Address: Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua North 4
    Email: reservations@nusaduahotel.com Contact: +62-361 771210.
    9.Luxury gets super-sized at this Nusa Dua resort Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort

    Renovated and rebranded in late 2013, the Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort is a chic 5-star resort in the prestigious Nusa Dua enclave facing Tanjung Benoa Beach.The resort boasts 127m direct beachfront access where a variety of water activities are offered for guests.The super-sized lagoon pool is a sight to behold, dotted with islands of palm trees and gazing out over a mesmerising blue sweep of ocean. Paddle over to the Aloha Pool Bar for fresh juices, cold Bintangs, cocktails and mocktails.One day pass will give you free access to the pools, beach, fitness center, and steam room. You are also entitled to a complimentary pool towel, poolside nibbles (your choice of buffalo wings, spring rolls or French fries), and special guest prices at Biwana Spa!
    Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort
    Day Pass Essentials:
    Get your day pass at Rp175,000 (approximately USD $12)!
    Address: Jl. Pratama No. 68X, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua
    Email: info@grandastonbali.com Contact: +62 361 773577.
    10.Sit pretty on the picturesque Karma Beach Bali Karma Kandara

    Although the day pass at Karma beach club does not give you access to the main pool, but this beach club is too special to miss a mention.Karma Kandara sits pretty on the Bukit Peninsula on Bali’s southern coastline, also known as ‘Billionaires Row”. The picturesque Karma Beach Bali is a lovely stretch of white sand with a relaxed, exclusive atmosphere, fully serviced by the resort staff.High-flying guests opt for Kandara’s opulent private pool villas, but for the rest of us, there’s the dazzling Karma Beach,  and the dreamy expanse of the Indian Ocean beyond.One of the best parts of day tripping at Karma Kandara, is taking their cable car down to Karma Beach!  A fun way to reach your day’s destination, the kids will surely enjoy it.Once you’ve reached, you may use the facilities there, from the sun lounges and towels. There are DJs spinning which create a great party/uplifting tone to your holiday. Day trippers can make use of the resort’s kayaks and snorkelling equipment (with an additional fee). You may also use your day pass’ credit at Karma Beach Bali Restaurant.Apart from that, did you know the exclusive and oh-so-hidden Karma Beach regularly hosts the cosiest movie sessions at the beach? Imagine comfortably cuddling up to a movie screening on the beach with the setting sun and glowing lamps. It’ll be one of the most memorable experiences you’ll have.PS: Visit one of the most unique bars in Bali, right here at Karma Kandara. Introducing Temple Lounge & Bar, located on the rooftop of La Mare Restaurant, which also happens to be right on the cliff top!
    Karma Kandara
    Day Pass Essentials:
    A day pass on weekdays will cost Rp 350,000 (approximately USD $25). The price on weekends will cost Rp 500,000 (approximately USD $36)
    This includes Rp 250,000 (approximately USD $ 18) credit for your food and drinks on a weekday! Or Rp 350,000 (approximately USD $25) on weekends
    Do note that the day pass does not give you access to the main pool, gym and kids’ club
    Address: Jl. Karma Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan, Kuta Selatan, Kabupaten Badung
    Email: res@karmaresorts.com
    Contact: +62 361 8482202.
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