InterContinental Bali Resort

Aug 11, 2009

Ideal for families or couples looking for a getaway, InterContinental Bali Resort is surrounded by 14 hectares of lush tropical foliage interspersed with authentic Indonesian-style stone statues. Though the 418 rooms and suites are within an easy drive of Nusa Dua and the popular tourist playground Kuta, most guests prefer to relax on the resort’s impressive stretch of white-sand beach. The resort not only offers a full-time nanny service, but also features a range of activities for children including Balinese dance classes, kite making, yoga, shadow puppet making and more. Meanwhile, gourmet Japanese, Italian and Balinese restaurants, in addition to a spa, ensure that adults will have plenty of pampering as well.

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