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This boutique hotel is located in Kuta (Kartika Plaza), near the airport, Discovery Shopping Mall, Waterbom Bali and Kuta Beach. Local attractions also include ...
£42 per night for 2 guestsThe Vira Bali Boutique Hotel & Suite£42
This Jimbaran hotel is set on its own private white sand beach, a short distance from Samasta Lifestyle Village, Jimbaran Beach and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural ...
£168 per night for 2 guestsAYANA Resort and Spa, BALI£168
Picture scenic rice paddies, zen retreats and ancient temples perched precariously on cliff edges. With white sand, kaleidoscopic coral reefs and volcanic peaks towering over the rainforest – plus a frantic party life – Bali is a real bucket list kind of place.
Sandwiched between the Indonesian islands of Java and Lombok, Bali is surrounded by coral reefs that are home to a diverse range of marine life, including sharks, turtles, barracudas and manta rays.
Leave the beach resorts behind and there’s a deeply spiritual island rich in culture and art.One of the world’s top island destinations, Bali has retained its original charm, making it one of those places you really don’t want to miss.
Bali’s capital, Denpasar, sits in the south and is the principal gateway to the island’s many attractions. It’s busy, but it’s still worth taking time to explore its impressive temples and authentic cuisine. Hotels in Denpasar range from super-cheap to five-star luxury, with everything from party hostels to some of the most family-friendly hotels in Bali.
For beach-lovers it’s often all about the shimmering sandy beaches of Kuta. Once a peaceful fishing village, it’s now the largest and best-known beach resort on Bali’s picture-perfect southwest coast. There are plenty of memorable hotels in Kuta. The nightlife is legendary but try and escape the bars to enjoy the stunning sunsets.
Kuta’s reputation as party central means families often gravitate away to family-friendly hotels in Tuban. Meanwhile, if you want to mix a beach holiday with serious shopping, check out accommodation in Seminyak. Just north of Kuta, it’s home to designer boutiques and world-class hotels.
Unpack your bags in affordable luxury with a hotel in Ubud, and you’re in the cultural heart of Bali. The streets are lined with artisan crafts and bohemian restaurants against a backdrop of lush rice terraces and beautiful river valleys.
Bali merges thrills and spills with zen-like peace and quiet; serene religious temples with green rippled rice terraces.
Is the beach calling your name? Use a beach hotel in Kuta as a base to explore the coral reef by underwater scooter or take a thrilling whitewater rafting ride on the Ayung river.Seeking ultimate relaxation? Choose a spa hotel in Ubud to tour the rice terraces of Jatiluwih and Ubud Monkey Forest.
Round off your stay with a trip to Tanah Lot, an ancient temple perched on a rocky outcrop.If you prefer to go off the beaten track, choose a hotel in Bangli to visit Pura Kehen, one of Bali’s most impressive temples. Hike to the summit of volcanic Mount Batur and catch the sunrise.
Bali is also renowned for its spas and yoga retreats. That means you’ll find a huge range of spa hotels in Bali, as well as short spa packages. Cookery classes are also popular – ideal if you want to recreate your favourite Balinese dishes at home.
It’s entirely possible to bed down for less than £10 a night at homestays in Bali – rooms in a local family home. Cheap often means simple accommodation in Bali, with shared bathrooms and no frills, but you can usually expect to pay less than you would for an equivalent standard in major European cities, for example.
At the other end of the scale, luxury hotels in Bali offer a whole lot of comfort for your money. Take W Bali Seminyak, a five-star beachfront luxury hotel with spa and opulent rooms that open out onto delightful gardens.
You'll find a range of good-standard three-star accommodation in the beach area of Kuta, such as Febri’s Hotel & Spa. The same goes for Seminyak, where you can find hotels such as Pelangi Bali Hotel & Spa close to the beach and without a bumper price tag.
In the vast majority of cases, yes – book online with Expedia and you can pay right now for most hotels using your UK debit or credit card. Even if you choose to pay when you get to your hotel, you'll find most mid-range hotels upwards will happily accept credit cards. You’ll need hard cash for most budget hostels, homestays and guesthouses in Bali though. Just beware that there is likely to be a 3 to 5% surcharge on credit card transactions. The more remote the location, the more likely they are to prefer cash.
While you're in Bali keep a good stash of local currency handy for transport, shopping, food and drinks. Markets, small shops and food stalls will only accept hard cash. Bali uses the Indonesian rupiah. Don’t take travellers’ cheques – you’ll struggle to change them. You can get cash out at local ATMs – most accept non-local bank cards and credit cards.
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