Because Bali is one of the hottest beach getaways in the world, there is never a shortage of choices when it comes to beach clubs. Whether they are within a resort or a stand-alone club, there are some fabulous choices, but not all are perfect for families. Before you go read our list of Bali’s best Beach Clubs for Families:

HQ Beach Club

Also known as “Headquarters,” HQ is a beach club and hangout that overlooks the famous Kuta Beach! HQ is located inside the Grand Inna Kuta Bali and offers access to the beach where the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation releases baby turtles.

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Inside the club is a large swimming pool, great for events and parties. The pool is sandwiched between HQ Food Hall and the HQ Japanese Restaurant, both with excellent kids options at very reasonable prices. The lounge hall features a bar, stylish seating options, and shaded al fresco dining near the pool. This is a great beach club for those who are on the lookout for affordable drinks and food, especially if there are lots of mouths to feed.


Minimum spend – Rp300,000 per group Komune Resort & Beach Club Bali is a beachfront resort located on the surfing beach of Keramas in Gianyar. This contemporary resort features tropical-themed decor, casual dining and a fantastic pool. Komune Beach is the perfect place for surfers and beach lovers who are looking for relaxation and unexpected adventures. Spend the day conquering the waves and the nights watching the stars while listening to mellow tunes, or even night surfing if the tide is right! Komune Beach Club offers a unique venue for beach bums and surfers alike.

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This is also an amazing place for kids as well with the pool in plain sight of the loungers, plenty of grass to run around on and an excellent kids menu. Sunset sessions with a camp-fire and movie screenings are held here as well so check their website for events. 

Potato Head Beach Club

Rp500.000 minimum spend Potato Head Beach Club is an award-winning beach club that offers refined dining, a dizzying array of drinks, and flashy entertainment, but it’s also a great place to just spend a day chilling out.

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The beach club has three restaurants, each one featuring Asian, Western, and European cuisines. Food and drinks are pricey, but it is an amazing location with gorgeous sunset views.

Sunday’s Beach Club (ex Finn’s Beach Club)

Adult Rp. 300,000 (includes 150,000 food voucher) Child Rp. 50,000 (aged 3-11), Children under 3 Free Sunday’s Beach Club is one of the most family friendly beach clubs in Bali. The laid-back atmosphere and 180 meters of soft white sand make it a fantastic place to let the kids run free for the day.

 The day pass price includes kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and snorkeling equipment as well as Rp150,000 credit for food at their excellent restaurant. The evenings are also wonderful at Sunday’s with the beach club providing beanbags a campfire, while nature brings the colorful sunset.

Karma Beach Club

Rp350,000 fee with Rp200,000 food & drink credit Karma Beach Club at Karma Kandara Resort, has fast become one must-visit spots in Bali. This super-cool beach club is a fantastic family spot with soft white sand beach, turquoise water and plenty of activities to keep everyone busy.

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There is also a great restaurant and beach bar with kid-friendly faves like smoothies, fresh juices, pizza and fish and chips. Whether you want to just lounge, joing a Stand Up Paddle yoga class or enjoy a spa treatment on the beach, this is the perfect paradise day out. For a real treat for the kids, Monday Night Movies start at 6.30pm.

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Jimbaran Beach Club

Minimum spend Rp200,000 per person Jimbaran Beach Club is located just a stone’s throw away from the mesmerizing Jimbaran Bay. Because Jimbaran is famous for its seafood, the beach club is one of the best spots to nosh on all types of seafood cooked grilled, stewed or spicy Balinese style! Top choices include prawns, clams, octopus and different kinds of local fish. Its menu also offers kids’ specials to cater to guests who come with their families.

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The beach club has modern dining areas and a bar with an elevated lounging area. Adult guests will love the wide selection of cocktails and beers. During the day, daybeds, cushioned seats, and pergolas are laid out on the white sandy beach for those who want to work on their tan. And at night, the beach practically glows with hanging orb lamps! Jimbaran Beach Club is perfect for those who love to enjoy fresh seafood and a stripped down, laidback beach experience.

Vue Beach Club

Minimum spend Rp250.000 – Rp1,000,000 depending on seating and group numbers Vue Beach Club at Lv8 Resort is a swanky beach club for beach lovers who want to spend all day lounging poolside, sun tanning and swimming in Canggu. With contemporary design, luxurious amenities and a first-class restaurant, this seaside sanctuary pampers guests with round the clock beach club experience.

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Vue Beach Club also features a beautiful, open-air white pool deck on the Berawa Beach, providing an uninterrupted view of the sandy coastline. Inside the beach club is a massive, 50-meter infinity pool decked out with daybeds and lounge areas. Gazebos and private cabanas are also provided as shaded chill out spots for guests.

Le Pirate – Nusa Ceningan

Minimum spend Rp150,000 per person Le Pirate Beach Club promises to provide your dream tropical holiday! This beach club is with adventure seekers and nature lovers in mind. Le Pirate Beach Club sits on a serene beach located off the east of the main island to beautiful Nusa Ceningan. The beach club is very remote but the extra travel time is well worth the effort, we promise!

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Le Pirate Beach Club features a bar, restaurant, a fabulous outdoor swimming pool that overlooks the sea and eco-friendly accommodations. Each room is invitingly bright and has a private terrace with a seating area and a hammock. Outdoors activities at the Le Pirate Beach Club includes snorkeling, diving, and island hopping. The beach club’s onsite restaurant offers delectable local specialties, classic Indonesian fare, and grilled seafood!

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Surf & Turf

Surf & Turf Beach Club is a beach club, water park and chill out spot in one. This beachfront venue also features the first FlowRider in Bali. Surf & Turf Beach Club is perfect for families with kids who love the water. The beach club has a main freeform pool connected to a kiddie pool. There is also a mini playground to keep the little ones busy while you chill out, sip on a cocktail, and enjoy the view! The Surf & Turf Beach Club waterpark boasts of gigantic water slides and water rides. The waterpark also features child-friendly rides like the “Space Bowl.”

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The main attraction in Surf & Turf Beach Club is the flow rider. The flow rider is a 16 x 10-meter ramp with a sloping pool with padded sides. A steady flow of freshwater is concealed to mimic a constantly breaking wave.