A Bali holiday is synonymous with lazy afternoons that quickly turn into night while lounging, swimming, eating, dancing and drinking at one of the famed Bali beach clubs. The beauty of beach clubs in Bali is that there is a venue that caters to everyone; from young singles looking for some strong party beats and even stronger drinks, and those more laid back clubs that make families feel welcome too. These are 10 of the best beach clubs in Bali right now.
12 of the Best Beach Clubs in Bali
Uluwatu Beach Clubs
Sundays Beach Club has a special place in our heart as we got married at The Ungasan Resort and enjoyed our post-wedding recovery day at Sundays. Returning recently, it was interesting to see how the club has evolved from the simple beach club it once was.
The private beach club is definitely fancier than back then. However, it still has a certain rustic charm. Most importantly, it offers a calm oasis on its own private white sand beach, which is very different from some of the bigger day clubs further north.
Book some beds or a cabana on the beach to save your wait time and ensure you get an umbrella (it can get hot out there).
Entry is via reception at The Ungasan where you’ll follow the stairs and pathways down to their inclinator that carries you to the club on the beach.
Sundays Beach Club entry fees:
Weekdays – Adult IDR 400,000 | Child 7-12 IDR 200,000 || Weekend – Adult IDR 450,000 | Child 7-12 IDR 250,000
Entry fee includes beach club access, inclinator, towel, wifi, kayaks, snorkelling gear, SUP and credit towards food and beverage.
Pre-booked bungalow package prices are here.
Jl. Pantai Sel. Gau Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan
One of the beautiful beach clubs on the Bukit, Ulu Cliffhouse is perched on an iconic Uluwatu cliff top with panoramic views across the ocean below.
Ulu Cliffhouse offers a number of different areas to spend your day relaxing. Start on a daybed by the 25-metre long infinity pool, dine at The Cliff Restaurant or venture down the cliff to the Ocean Deck with low-tide access to a private beach.
Ulu is also home to seven boutique suites at The Clubhouse at Ulu, for those who want to spend a little longer in Uluwatu.
Ulu Cliffhouse entry fees: Free
Opening Hours: Open daily from 7 am
Jl. Labuan Sait No. 315, Padang-Padang, Bali
Rustic and ultra-relaxed Roosterfish is one of the newer Bali beach clubs, offering a chilled-out experience on Pandawa Beach. A quieter part of the island, spend a day swimming, eating and relaxing at Roosterfish, before the crowds catch on.
Roosterfish features a large outdoor pool overlooking the beach, a grassed area with casual seating and cabanas that can be reserved in advance.
They hold a Sunday brunch, “Penguins love a Bath” from 11 am to 4 pm, every Sunday. A buffet brunch is served, backed by beats from their resident DJ. Tickets are about IDR 499,000++ per person.
A great option for families, there is plenty of room to run around, explore the beach, activities on Sunday and a tailored kids menu for the little ones.
Roosterfish entry fees: Free
Opening Hours: Daily
JI. Pantai Pandawa, Kutuh, Kuta Selatan
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As the name suggests, this tree-house style beach club in Legian is thoughtfully decorated in nautical blu hues, bringing the Indian Ocean tones directly in. Book a table for lunch or dinner or enjoy a dip and cocktail in the adults-only infinity pool.
The restaurant menu features a range of international and pan-Asian dishes, with vegan and vegetarian options.
Azul is part of the Mandira Resort & Spa located on beautiful Legian beach, Bali.
Azul Beach Club entry fees: Free entry with purchase of food and drinks.
Cabana/daybed – min. spend IDR 500, 000
Sunlounger – from min. spend IDR 150, 000
Pod – min. purchase of food & beverage at IDR 500, 000
Opening Hours: 7 am – 11 pm daily
Jl. Padma No.2, Legian
Seminyak Beach Clubs
Love Motel Mexicola? Bondi‘s Bucket List? Then you’ll definitely love Tropicola. Stepping into Tropicola is like stepping back in time. The Batu Belig beach club vivid colourway is reminiscent of its sister venue, Mexicola. However, Tropicola delivers a Slim Aarons-inspired theme that smacks of the 80s and draws on memories of Palm Springs or Tulum. It’s sporty and fun in one big, bold beachfront venue.
Designed to welcome the jet set, you are guaranteed some good people watching at Tropicola. With three bars and two pools, there are plenty of spaces to settle in as the sun comes down on this famed stretch of Seminyak beach.
Tropicola entry fees: Free. Daybeds can be booked online free of charge. VIP packages are available for special events at an additional cost.
Opening Hours: Open from 11 am daily
Jl. Pantai Batu Belig No 5, Seminyak, Bali
A long-time favourite, Potato Head Beach Club seems to appeal to everyone; from couples, friends and families. The sizeable venue offers cute spots to enjoy a meal, daybeds and their beachfront pool with swim-up bar that continue to draw the crowds as one of the most loved and best beach clubs in Bali.
With three restaurants and a killer drinks menu, you must try one of their deliciously strong cocktails and settle in for an afternoon of people watching and relaxation poolside at Potato Head.
Potato Head has evolved over the years from a simple beach club to a cultural hub, offering daily yoga and beach workouts, hosting art shows, films, DJs and cultural events. You can also stay on-site at Potato Head Suites and Katamama Suites, an eco-luxury suite hotel.
Potato Head Beach Club entry fees: Free. Daybeds require a minimum spend of IDR 500,000 and cannot be pre-booked so get there early.
Opening Hours: 10 am t0 2 am daily
Jl. Petitenget No.51B, Seminyak, Bali
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Omnia Day Club is one of the best beach clubs in Bali for those who want to party. It is a proper party-down day club. Coming to Bali with a group of friends? Celebrating before getting married on the island? Omnia could be the club for you; it’s the place to let your hair down all day and dance up in the Cube all night.
With a constantly changing schedule of world-class DJs and acts, book a weekend in down in Uluwatu and spend a day at Omnia on the clifftop.
Omnia Day Club entry fees:
Weekdays IDR 250,000 | Weekends depend on the event you are attending.
This is a simple entrance fee and does not cover food and beverages. The fee is waived if you book a VIP package.
Prices for VIP areas (daybeds, bungalows and the like) are here.
Entry is strictly 21 years+
Opening Hours: Open daily from 11 am. Closing times vary, depending on the events on.
Jl. Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak, Desa Pecatu, Uluwatu, Bali
Another longtime favourite with the returning Bali crowd, you can’t go wrong with Ku De Ta. Settle in from morning to night under their iconic red umbrellas in the heart of Seminyak.
Ku De Ta is a great choice for couples, families and friends; a good mix between fun and relaxation, without the full-blown party vibe. We often even pop into Ku De Ta for breakfast on the weekend, while in Bali (often with a cheeky mimosa added on). We then make sure we have a swim and grab a daybed before they fill up (which happens quickly).
If you’re looking for more of an innovative fine dining experience, book a table upstairs at Mejekawi led by chefs Jeremy Hunt and Chef Warren Carney.
Ku De Ta entry fees: Free
Opening Hours: From 8 am daily
Jl. Kayu Aya No.9, Seminyak, Bali
Located on Double Six beach, part of Hotel Indigo, SugarSand really is in the heart of Seminyak. A cosy spot, across the road from the sand, this is a calmer club that is perfect for a quiet lunch, swim and afternoon relaxation session. It’s ideal if you are a guest of Hotel Indigo and you don’t want to stray too far, as we were on our visit. Particularly, with a toddler in tow.
From SugarSand, work your way across the beach to La Plancha to watch the sunset with the crowds before moving on to dinner.
SugarSand is accessible via Hotel Indigo Seminyak or via the beach on Jalan Double Six.
SugarSand entry fees: None. To use a daybed they require a min. spend of about IDR 500,000. You cannot reserve beds.
Via Hotel Indigo Jl. Camplung Tanduk No.10, Seminyak, Bali
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Canggu Beach Clubs
Finn’s Beach Club is more of a destination than a beach club. The venue boasts 4 pools (including a family-friendly lagoon pool and adults-only infinity pool), 6 restaurants, 9 bars and 2 swim-up bars, among many other facilities from co-working spaces and sports facilities.
Visiting Bali with a big group of friends or family? This Canggu club could be a fun spot to spend the day and night.
Join one of their daily ocean yoga classes between 8 am and 9 am (for IDR 100,000 redeemable on food and beverages), then settle in for the day after some breakfast at Bondi Bakehouse. Or join the partygoers for happy hour between 7 pm and 9 pm and stay on for a dance to their Finns After Dark DJs.
Finn’s Beach Club entry fees: Free. Finn’s offers an array of different VIP package options. You can peruse them here.
Opening Hours: Daily from 9 am to 11 pm
Jalan Pantai Berawa, Canggu, Bali
Bringing a bit of Ibiza to Bali, Cafe del Mar is another of the best beach clubs in Bali, located in Canggu. Book everything from a sunlounger to a suite and spend the day in the beautiful Spanish-inspired surrounds.
With an infinity pool overlooking the beach, swim-up bars, cosy cocktail lounge areas and a Mediterranean-style restaurant, there is plenty to entertain during a day spent at Cafe del Mar.
Cafe Del Mar entry fees: Free.
At the Beach Club Sun Loungers are available for walk-ins for about IDR 800,000 min. spend (for 2 people) and day beds are IDR 2,000,000 min. spend for up to 6 people.
VIP options such as cabanas start at a min. spend of about IDR 2,000,000 at to the Master Suite at about IDR 25,000,000 for up to 30 people.
Opening Hours: 11 am to 10 pm daily. Children are not permitted in the beach club after 6pm.
Jl. Subak Sari, Canggu, Bali
Known as the must-visit sunset watching spot in Canggu, The Lawn is a favourite with visitors and ex-pats alike. A casual, relaxed beach club, The Lawn is a great place to meet friends for a cocktail or two and a swim in their beachfront pool as twilight sets in.
One of the more understated beach clubs in Bali, The Lawn is a much more laid back option for those who aren’t quite ready for the hype or crowds at Finn’s Beach Club.
The Lawn entry fees: Free. Sunloungers, daybeds and cabana pricing is here.
Jl. Pura Dalem, Canggu, Bali
All prices and opening hours are current at the time of publication and are subject to change.
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