Top Ten Hotels with Luxurious and Large Pools in Bali

Bali, the beautiful beach island paradise, is also known for some of the best eclectic mix of hotels and resorts with stunning swimming pools that you need during your honeymoon packages in Bali. Plan for the right Bali honeymoon packages that include luxurious accommodation in honeymoon suite with private pool that offer view of verdant upland hillsides and tropical beaches. There is no denying the fact that swimming pools are the perfect spot for lazy days in the sun or for unwinding after a day out tour. You will also find some pools that are specifically developed to blend in with outlines of natural landscapes; while others are marvelous achievements of design with mini garden, tropical islands and man made sand beds. Some of the best pool hotels in Bali that will make your accommodation full of comfort and a little bit more romantic include, but not limited to:

Ayana Resort and Spa Bali

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Located in Jimbaran, the beautiful resort offers magnificent scenes with its tropical gardens and high views over the Jimbaran Cliff-top. It has various swimming pools; one on its main-ground is the double-tiered River pool laid out with river stones in Cliff Villa section.

RIMBA Jimbaran Bali of Ayana

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It is also one of the wonderful destinations featuring a collection of Six breathtaking pools in different shades of blue and connected by a network of manmade waterfalls, fountains and a variety of water features.

Hanging Gardens of Bali in Ubud

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The amazing and upland resort in Payangan – a verdant mountain village in North of Ubud is known for its spectacular valley views and the best place to enjoy it from the two level horizon edge pool – designed to match the natural landscape of the surrounding green Ayung Valley.

The St. Regis Bali Resort in Nusa Dua

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It has lavish villas with direct access to its expansive 3668 square meter blue-tiled and saltwater lagoon pool. You can swim at any time of the day or gather for drinks at its central swim-up bar. Wooden decks are common to find here.

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Conrad Bali in Nusa Dua

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It is another wonderful counted as the largest hotel pool in Bali. As soon as you enter here, you will be spell bound and would have no words to utter.

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua

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The beautiful resort has a collection of swimming pools catering to all guest preferences. Centrepiece pool is a spacious body of water in between the resorts two wings with towering structures and mini tropical gardens.

Alila Ubud in Ubud is further south down the Ayung River Valley in Payangan with its large rectangular infinity pool that has been offering dramatic views over lush jungle.

W Retreat & Spa Bali Seminyak

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It is known for having the large 1790 square meter saltwater pool with forms inspired by flowing rice paddy fields. It has been overlooking Seminyak Beach with its spectacular sunset.

Bali Mahindra Beach Resort & Spa in Legian

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The wonderful pool is also a wonderful destination with large swimming pool to keep you busy for some romantic moments and to refresh your body.

Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran

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The 1300 square meter lagoon pool is the pride of this cool resort in Bali that is surrounded by other water features seem to seamlessly blend in with this free form centerpiece feature.

Also, we have tailor made Bali Tour Packages for you, in which you will experience all these activities. For more information you can contact our Bali Tour Specialist from here : http://www.arvholidays.in/bali-honeymoon-pacakages.html.

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