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Alila Villas Soori
Younger guests are welcome in these divine natural surroundings. Baby cots are free, and although extra beds can’t be added to rooms, the villa’s sofa can be made up for children up to 12 years old to sleep on. Babysitting costs about US$16 an hour.
Children of all ages.
The three-bedroom villas work best for families. If you like to play and stay with friends who have kids, the resort also has a five- and 10-bedroom villa. For smaller groups, some of the One-bedroom Beach Pool Villas have adjoining second bedrooms.
All ages can participate in Balinese dancing lessons to get into the local groove. Rafting, horseback riding, surfing and bicycling are on offer for older children as well. Many of the customised Journeys by Alila programmes, focussed on cultural activities, are suitable for youngsters, but the Leisure Concierge and personal butlers are the best sources of advice for this type of family planning.
Let them frolic in the private pool in your villa or head to the beachside infinity pool where there’s a shallow end.
Whenever the restaurants are open, kids are welcome and can select from a special menu. Staff members from the kitchen are happy to warm up milk or baby food upon request.
Available for around US$16 an hour, with two hours’ notice.
No need to pack
Baby cots are free, but book them in advance.
The resort doesn’t add extra beds to rooms, but can make up the villa’s sofa as a single child's bed for kids under 12 years old (ideal if you're staying in a one-bedroom villa). Rooms in the villas open directly to the pools, so toddlers will need close supervision.