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Known as the "Island of the Gods," Bali evokes visions of lush landscapes, pristine beaches, and overall, a tropical paradise. This province in Indonesia has become a go-to destination for tourists and locals. Besides its iconic rice paddies, the island is home to well-known religious sites including Uluwatu Temple, Puru Gunung Kawi, Tirta Empul, and Pura Luhur Lempuyang. Other popular destinations include Mount Agung, Seminyak, and Ubud.

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SWIMMING_POOL The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali

The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali

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Kuta, Badung
Impressive
8.9
(2901 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Lv8 Resort Hotel

Lv8 Resort Hotel

Resorts
Canggu, Kuta Utara
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8.6
(3979 Reviews)
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Exterior Hilton Bali Resort

Hilton Bali Resort

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Nusa Dua Beach, Nusa Dua
The resort is located in Sawangan, the southern part of Nusa Dua, 16 km from the Ngurah Rai Airport. Perched atop a 40-meter cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean, the resort boasts one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Kuta and Semiyak life centers with an array of shopping, dining and entertainment, are located 30 minutes away from the resort. Visit Pasifika Museum, showcasing the art of Bali, Southeast Asia and South Pacific region, or go to Water Blow to watch the waves crash against a rock cliff creating giant splashes.
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8.8
(1544 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Potato Head Suites & Studios

Potato Head Suites & Studios

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Seminyak, Kuta
Superb
9.2
(199 Reviews)
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LOBBY The Apurva Kempinski Bali

The Apurva Kempinski Bali

Resorts
Nusa Dua Beach, Nusa Dua
Impressive
8.9
(1501 Reviews)
What else to say about Apurva Kempinski? All are perfect. No negative comments. Reception is quick and helpful. Frontliner staff that accompanying us to the room, Celine, is very helpful and explained a lot. Room was great. Clean. Perfect. Bathroom are very cozy and let's not forget the automatic smart toilet. Even they serve ice cubes - as expected from 5 star hotel. Swimming pools are huge. Beach is clean and the sands are soft. Beach club also serve best foods and drinks. Transfer to/from lobby provided buggy car service and even though I'm worried at first on the availability, well that's not the case. Buggy will come within 3 minutes after we asked for one. Breakfast was superb. Food variety are good. We stayed 2 nights and really hate has to leave on the 3rd day. It was a very pleasant experience and we are looking forward to visit Apurva Kempinski again in the future. Oh and the Coral restaurant - stunning!
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SWIMMING_POOL The Crystal Luxury Bay Nusa Dua

The Crystal Luxury Bay Nusa Dua

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Nusa Dua, Kuta Selatan
Convenient
8.0
(868 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Prama Sanur Beach Bali

Prama Sanur Beach Bali

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Sanur, Bali
Impressive
8.7
(699 Reviews)
I stayed there with my husband and my 4yo child. I got upgraded to the deluxe room by Pak Darsana when I checked it at 1:30 pm. He assigned me to the first floor, close to the gym and also the pool! What a perfect location! The room was spacious even though it's old but so comfy, I got a long nice sleep and woke up at 6:30 am. The price was affordable for this kind of hotel. The swimming pool was perfect. My child enjoyed the stay so much! The aircon was cold! The hot water worked just perfect! Nothing to complain about. But breakfast selection was limited 😭 overall, 👍🏻! Thank you everyone and definitely would like to come back again!#521
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SWIMMING_POOL Kanvaz Village Resort Seminyak

Kanvaz Village Resort Seminyak

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Seminyak, Kuta
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9.0
(292 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL ASTON Kuta Hotel & Residence

ASTON Kuta Hotel & Residence

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Kuta, Badung
Impressive
8.6
(2327 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Wyndham Garden Kuta Beach Bali

Wyndham Garden Kuta Beach Bali

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Kuta, Badung
Convenient
8.1
(1406 Reviews)
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null Atanaya Kuta Bali

Atanaya Kuta Bali

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Kuta, Badung
Impressive
8.6
(10306 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Harper Kuta by ASTON

Harper Kuta by ASTON

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Legian, Kuta
Impressive
8.6
(2893 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL ASTON Denpasar Hotel & Convention Center

ASTON Denpasar Hotel & Convention Center

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North Denpasar, Denpasar
Impressive
8.4
(2642 Reviews)
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HOTEL_SERVICES Daun Bali Seminyak Hotel

Daun Bali Seminyak Hotel

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Seminyak, Kuta
Impressive
8.7
(4390 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Brits Hotel Legian

Brits Hotel Legian

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Legian, Kuta
Impressive
8.6
(1960 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Golden Tulip Jineng Resort Bali

Golden Tulip Jineng Resort Bali

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Kuta, Badung
Impressive
8.5
(2822 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Sovereign Bali Hotel

Sovereign Bali Hotel

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Tuban, Kuta
Impressive
8.7
(3023 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING YELLO Hotel Kuta Beachwalk Bali

YELLO Hotel Kuta Beachwalk Bali

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Kuta, Badung
Impressive
8.9
(873 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Quest Hotel Kuta by ASTON

Quest Hotel Kuta by ASTON

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Tuban, Kuta
Impressive
8.4
(1126 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Quest San Hotel Denpasar by ASTON

Quest San Hotel Denpasar by ASTON

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West Denpasar, Denpasar
Impressive
8.5
(4801 Reviews)
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Facts about hotel in Bali

Total Accommodation
10,343 Properties
Popular City
Denpasar, Sanur
Popular Hotel
The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali, Lv8 Resort Hotel
Popular Landmark
Beachwalk Shopping Center, Kuta Beach

Guest reviews in hotel near Bali

8.4
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1,635,080 reviews from hotels in Bali with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
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Kristina M. W.
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10 Mar 2024
Info not up to date with reality in hotel.
Andrre
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28 Mar 2024
Good hotel, good location, nice staff.
Muhamad S.
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14 Mar 2024
It is awesome, in the center of crowd, and easy access to the bay. The hotel was not glamour, but just simple for eat and sleep.
Jennifer P.
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15 Mar 2024
The room is narrow and the lamps is dim.
Kikan I.
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5 Feb 2024
The best hotel🤍thankyou Grandmas.
Alexander A.
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29 Oct 2022
Musky, the photos are misleading, fungus, dirty not fit to be open for business.
Giandy F. G.
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27 Dec 2023
The location was strategic. It was worth the money. The rooftop pool was alright. Didn't try the food though. Overall, it ' s generally recommended.
Andreas R. S.
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17 Mar 2024
Great location, great service,
Wahyu S.
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26 Feb 2024
Room is small but clean, staff is nice, good location.

Frequently Asked Questions about hotels in Bali

What are the best areas to visit near Bali?

If you are in Bali, you can also visit Buleleng, Karangasem, Sanur, Jembrana, Tabanan, Denpasar, Klungkung, Badung Regency, Bangli, Gianyar

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Bali?

You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Special Region of Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Lampung Province, Jambi Province, Bengkulu Province, Gorontalo, Aceh, Banten, Papua, Riau.

How many hotels are listed in Bali?

Currently, there are around 10,343 hotels that you can book in Bali

About

Bali Indonesia


As the most popular destination in Indonesia, Bali is known to be a romantic, spiritual and exotic island. It offers various unique, natural to spiritual attractions such as villages, beaches and temples. Bali temples mostly gain influence from Hindu culture and appear in almost every area and street corners.

Bali’s rich traditional arts are also tourists’ favorite attractions. Varying from paintings, sculptures, wood carvings, handmade crafts to traditional dances, most traditional arts are also heavily influenced by the Hindu culture.


Fast Facts

Languages: Balinese (Bali), Indonesian, English

Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)


How to Get There

If you’ve booked flights to Bali, you will arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar. From the airport, Denpasar is around 13 kilometres away or 30 minutes by car. You can either use taxis or the cheaper public transport called ‘bemo’. When you take a bemo, tell the driver your destination considering that you may not be the only passenger.


Getting Around in Bali

There are various types of transportation available when you arrive in Bali. Taxis are easy to find in Denpasar. You can also opt to ride the Trans Sarbagita bus. This light blue coloured bus is one of the cheapest public transport in Bali. This bus serves routes to 4 major areas in Bali: Denpasar, Badung, Gianyar, Tabanan, including the airport.Trans Sarbagita bus operates everyday from 05:00-21:00 WITA (local time) and leaves every 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, many tourists choose to rent a car or motorcycle in Bali. However during traffic hours, bike and motorcycle are more preferable. Rental fee varies depending on vehicle type and other extra charges including driver, fuel, and parking fee.


Things to Do in Bali

Pura Agung Besakih


Bali is well-known for its puras (temples) and shrines. One of the most prominent is Pura Agung Besakih, the largest and considered the holiest Hindu temple in Bali. It is a complex of 23 temples with Pura Penataran Agung as the most important. Pura Basukian, the forerunner of Hindu Dharma in Bali, is also located at the complex of Pura Agung Besakih.

For those who want to watch Tari Kecak (Balinese dance) on top of a cliff, Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a must-visit. Another temple you can check out is Pura Tanah Lot. Located in Beraban Village, it is around 20 metres from the shoreline. Tourists usually gathered here during sunset to enjoy the beautiful view of both the temple and the sea. An interesting fact about Pura Tanah Lot is the cave that keeps a holy black-white snake. The locals believe that it is the caretaker of the cave.


Padang Padang Beach

Do check out Padang-Padang beach as well. It has a unique entrance. The route to this beach is the same as the route to Dreamland beach. Hollywood movie “Eat, Pray, Love” starring Julia Roberts has two scenes at Padang-Padang beach.

Sacred Monkey Forest (Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana) in Ubud is also a must-visit. As the name suggests, this area is crowded by hundreds of monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). The holiness of this area is symbolized by Pura Dalem Agung PadangTegal located in the middle of the forest. Two other temples in this area are Pura Dalem Agung and Pura Pemandian Suci. Pura Pemandian Suci covers 3 types of pools: Utama Mandala (ritual), Madia Mandala (sacred) and Nista Mandala (public).

For those who would like to surf or learn how to surf, you must visit Kuta beach. This area also offers you a beautiful sunset view. You can spend time by bar or cafe-hopping. Kuta has the biggest water playground in Asia which is called Waterbom Park. It is only a stone’s throw away from Kuta beach.

If you are looking for a beautiful view of the nature, then Tegalalang Rice Terrace is your destination. Not only unique but also popular since it is close to other tourist objects such as Tirta Empul and Mount Kawi Tampaksiring. Trekking, visiting art shops, or chillaxing at one of the cafés are common activities in this area.


Where to Stay in Bali

Looking for the best accommodation in Bali? Depending on your budget, personality, and the general vibe you want to be in, there are several options for you. The southern area of Bali is perfect for beach lovers since this where the famous beaches in Bali are located.

Kuta is a good choice if you love the party scene. There are many bars and nightclubs in this area. Another plus is that it is also near the airport so it’s very accessible. Seminyak or Canggu are the alternatives for a more laidback surrounding. Uluwatu, on the other hand, not only offers great beach clubs, but also a good spot for those who want to explore Bali’s temples.


Ubud Sebatu Temple

If you want a more chill environment, you can stay in Ubud, which is also considered the “culture capital” of Bali. It is also where the Monkey Forest and famous Yoga Barn are found. Towards the east, you can visit Lombok that is believed to be the ‘better Bali’.


Nightlife in Bali

Besides beaches, villages and temples, Bali nightlife lures visitors with its charm. Kuta has several popular nightlife spots such as Zappaz, Ye Olde Foo-kin Pub, Sky Garden Lounge and Vienna coffee shop.

In Ubud, you can listen to jazz music while enjoying Asian cuisine at the Jazz Café. Besides that, you can also visit Napi Orti, Ozigo and Lebong Café. Meanwhile, Sanur has some of the finest bars and cafes such as Borneo Bobs, Café Billiard, and Lazer Sport Bar. In Lovina, you can watch live music performances at Kantin 21. Other options are Triple 9, Poco Lounge and Volcano Club.


Travel Tips

  • Watch out for canang sari (Hindu offerings) whenever you walk on pavements or around temples.
  • Learn to negotiate before you purchase something at the market or anywhere else besides malls.
  • Exchanging currencies at Money Changers can be rather tricky. It is suggested to draw cash from the ATM.
  • If you need to send postcards, send them from other cities other than Bali as they can be much cheaper. As an example, Bali post office sells stamps twice more expensive than Jakarta.
  • When you visit places where there are monkeys and apes, beware of your belongings as they can be easily stolen.
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