10 Best Luxury Wellness Retreats In Bali For A Luxury Island Retreat

10 Best Luxury Wellness Retreats In Bali For A Luxury Island Retreat

Endless stretches of white sandy beaches and the promise of a quiet retreat… sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not. While this doesn’t describe every inch of Bali quite as it used to (sites favoured by guidebooks have unfortunately suffered at the hands of overtourism in recent years), we know the best Balinese wellness retreats are on this beautiful Indonesian island. There are so many reasons to love this destination, after all. Firstly, the splendid views. Secondly, the incredible service. And thirdly, the fantastic wellness retreat package options. From immersive yoga retreats to sessions out on the surf or a relaxed day at the spa, there’s something to be enjoyed by every type of wellness traveller. Without further ado, here are the best wellness retreats in Bali for a week well spent in the tropics.

This article was last updated on April 18, 2022.

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1. COMO Shambhala Estate

It’s impossible to talk about the best wellness retreats in Bali without mentioning this luxury jungle gem. Surrounded by picturesque rice terraces and endless green fields, COMO Shambhala Estate undoubtedly offers the ultimate escape. Thus, it makes for the perfect place to embark on a new fitness goal or indulge in natural healing spa therapies. Besides its splendid accommodation options, packages can include all meals and access to the resort’s daily wellness activities, including spa, fitness and even a personal butler. If you haven’t tried this property yet, then now is the time.

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2. REVĪVŌ Wellness Resort

With wellness at its very core, REVĪVŌ is a holistic wellness resort that practices what it preaches. Nestled in a quiet corner of the Nusa Dua district, the boutique property has just 16 suites, each equipped with a sunken tub and either a private garden, pool or courtyard. Retreats are specially designed to help guests leave the pressures of daily life behind them. Plus, you can also benefit from a salt floatation therapy session and treatment at the REMISSIO spa.

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3. Fivelements

This award-winning luxury eco-haven in the Ubud region of Bali prides itself on an approach to wellness that is steeped in tradition. Thus, it’s long been recognised as one of the best wellness retreats in Bali. Fivelements combines traditional Balinese healing philosophies with a modern, holistic approach to wellness, and its signature retreats embody this. Retreats are inclusive of accommodation, a range of nutritional wellness meals, a wellness consultation, healing massages and a traditional Balinese ceremony. Water healing, healing energy sessions and yoga and meditation classes are also included in the retreat.

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4. Ocean Soul Retreat

If you are able to set aside a full week, Ocean Soul offers a comprehensive retreat experience unlike any other. Each programme harmonises body, mind and soul in an immersive and reflective retreat experience. Retreats are inclusive of yoga and guided meditation sessions, holistic healing therapies, life coaching sessions and relaxing massages. Don’t forget to take photographs as a reminder of a week well and truly spent.

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5. COMO Uma Canggu

Just beyond the hip neighbourhood of Seminyak is COMO Uma Canggu. If you’re a surfer, then you’re in luck. It’s a beachfront resort with one of Bali’s best surf breaks on its doorstep. Partnered with TropicSurf, the surfing experiences are ideal for beginners, intermediate or advanced surfers, with kids programmes for families on a wellness holiday together. For those less keen on hitting the waves, the resort also offers daily fitness classes including HIIT, yoga and Pilates. Plus, there are holistic healing therapies and COMO Shambhala wellness cuisine. Located just beyond the main thrust of tourist activities, guests can also enjoy the quintessential Bali beach club experience with sunsets and DJs at the COMO Beach Club—just, without all the bustle of Kuta and Seminyak’s crowds.

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6. Bagus Jati

Spread across five hectares of land in the Ubud region of Bali, Bagus Jati is a health and wellness centre. It has eight deluxe spas and 12 superior villas, each with picturesque views of the surrounding greenery. Since it’s hidden among hillside gardens, there are a plethora of emerald tinted forests to marvel at.

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7. Escape Haven

These luxurious, women-only retreats are the perfect option for solo travellers looking to gain confidence and find their feet. Packages are suitable for all fitness levels, so you can join at any time. Plus, there’s access to three full-time certified yoga instructors to guide your journey, six yoga and meditation sessions, daily spa treatments and a range of nourishing wellness cuisine. If you’re a yogi, then this is perfect for you.

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8. Chōsen Experiences

If you’re a wellness warrior looking to push the boundaries, then this is one of the best wellness retreats in Bali to really challenge yourself. Its unique healthy holidays are great for active travellers looking to challenge themselves and step out of their comfort zone. Chōsen Experiences offer destination holidays the world over, in destinations including New Zealand, Iceland, Guatemala and Bali. Thus, activities range from canyoning to functional fitness, outdoor beach workouts, nutritional classes and goal-setting workshops. Programmes ensure lifestyle changes are lasting and permanent. Evening yin yoga sessions on a daily basis ensure you end the day with mind, body and soul equally at peace. 

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9. Sukhavati

Sukhavati is a five-star Ayurveda spa and resort located in the Mengwi district of Bali. Drawing on ancient principles of the traditional healing system, the resort thus adopts a holistic approach to wellness. A team of yoga instructors, wellness therapists, Ayurvedic practitioners and meditation teachers will guide you through your wellness journey. If it’s your first time trying Ayurveda, fret not, because the team will guide you every step of the way.

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10. Svarga Loka

Svarga Loka refers to the heavenly paradise described in a historic Hindu poem. Basically, it’s an eden-like resort and spa located high in the Ubud province. It sits atop the Campuhan River, so it has some incredible views. The property is among Bali’s best wellness retreats, thanks to its team of highly-skilled therapists and practitioners. Packages are inclusive of a mantra massage, Balinese massage, purification ritual with a Balinese priest, and two sessions with a Balinese healer. Thus, your healer will work to release pressures and blockages in your body and leave you feeling refreshed, recharged, and reinvigorated. If you’re in dire need of a tropical escape, then this spot will keep you satisfied.

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Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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