A holiday to Bali is a delight at any time of year, however sometimes it can be a little tricky to please and meet the expectations of every family member. Teenagers can be fussy at the best of times, so here are a few ideas of places to stay that have proven popular with this age group in the past.
Padma Resort Bali at Legian :
The Kuta region, with its extensive – for Bali – infrastructure, vibrant dining, nightlife and a beachy vibe, is a hub of activity that teens tend to love. Located on Legian Beach, Padma Bali Hotel is close enough to the centre of the action, yet in a quieter spot, with easy access to the Seminyak area, close to shopping, dining and local attractions. The resort offers plenty of activities for young people, including tennis, beach soccer, volleyball and a range of cultural options on offer. Families tend to enjoy the relaxed, tropical atmosphere of this resort, with its modern conveniences complemented by traditional Balinese touches. It is set out in tropical gardens, and surrounded by various pools kids will love spending time in.
One of the most popular family-friendly resorts, Bali Dynasty is located in central Kuta, close to everything, including a shopping mall. This comfortable, modern resort offers a club designed especially for teenagers aged 13-19, called The Den, which is open daily from 10am to 10pm, and allows teens to easily meet their peers and socialise. There are plenty of activities and facilities on offer, including a pool table, dart board, Nintendo Wii, beach volleyball and soccer, water volleyball and slippery pole pillow fighting (whatever that is), plus optional adventure activities at extra cost. In addition, there are six restaurants on site to tempt your taste buds, and the resort even employs a hairbraid and tattoo artist!
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Another region worth considering for your holiday is Ubud, Bali’s cultural centre, which offers enough activities and attractions to keep the entire family busy. The boutique Alam Sari Keliki Resort & Spa is located 7km from Ubud, in Tegallalang, a lush rural location and close to Ubud’s Botanic Gardens, offers the perfect opportunity to get closer to nature as well as get to know the ways of the locals better. The resort features traditional Balinese décor coupled with modern amenities, including spa and fitness facilities, Jacuzzis, complementary wifi, pool and private patios attached to rooms. The nearby village of Keliki is a great place to visit local artists at work and the resort offers a range of other learning and educational experiences arranged specifically for families and school groups. Ubud has plenty of art galleries, museums and daytrip options, and the resort will organize activities for families who want to explore the surroundings. The kids will enjoy bicycle and scooter tours around the area as well as playing with the monkeys in Ubud’s famous monkey forest. The resort offers car services to Ubud for a small surcharge.
Wherever you decide to stay, Bali offers plenty of activities and opportunities to meet like-minded holiday makers exploring this charming corner of the world with their families. For any advice on family holidays to Bali speak with one of your local consultants such as Escape Travel.
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