Did you mean :
Add photos to this answer
Drop photos here
Upload from your computer
You've already uploaded some photos. Do you want to delete these photos?
iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the popular luxury hotels in Bali?

Manish Kumar DEC 10 2012
0 people found this answer useful Useful ?Yes

With a past that is omnipresent throughout the city, Bali manages to synthesize the rhythms of its rice paddy fields with those of its throbbing beach nightlife. Throw in a private beach, a Zen garden and the very best in Indonesian dining and what do we have- a recipe for a perfect vacation. Enjoy all of this and more with a stay in the luxury hotels of Bali. Some of the popular luxury hotels of Bali are:

  • Amandari Hotel

Located steps away from Ubud, Amandari hotel has a dashing profile to its credit. The use of wood and bamboo throughout the hotel lends it a typical Bali-esque natural air and more traditional ambience. Your thatched roofed suite comes with its own pebbled walkways and walled garden. Particularly attractive are the rooms overlooking the crystal blue pool. Here there are plenty of places where you can have quiet conversations or simply stare out in the open clear blue sky or settle down in utter peace with your feet dipping in the Ayung River streaming by. Their in-house restaurant serves a range of Indonesian and western dishes. Being an arm’s length away from Ubud, you can be rest assured that you only have to step out to immerse yourself in Bali’s cultural heritage.

You can sign yourself up for a trek through Amandari village or white water rafting down Ayung river organized by the hotel regularly. Your stay includes complimentary breakfast and free parking. All credit cards are accepted.

The room tariff ranges from $ 950 to 4,100 for a three bedroom villa. There is additional 10% service charge and 11% government tax.

Address: Kedewatan




Telephone: +62-361-975333

Fax: +62-361-975335

Email: amandari@amanresorts.com

Official website: www.amanresorts.com

  • Amankila

Set amidst a lush bounty of frangipani and bougainvilleas, overlooking the Lombok strait, with Mount Agung looming in the near distance, Amankila is a seaside oasis of luxury. Though there is a three-tiered pool where you can dip in, its charm fades ever so slightly next to the expanse of Indian Ocean stretching to as far as your eyes can. One potential lure of the hotel, yes there is more, is the cultural tour they organize for guests, giving you the opportunity to experience for yourself the villages, locals working away in the rice paddy fields and much more of East Bali’s fascinating heritage and life.

Best of all, being practically on the Lombok strait, you have the best diving site of Bali right at your feet and you can avail of the snorkeling and scuba diving facilities the hotel provides and organizes for. Dine at the beach, surrounded by the rosy glow of the setting sun beyond the ocean water or opt for a romantic candle lit bale dinner by the three-tiered pool and you will want the moment to last forever.

All credit cards are accepted.


The room tariff ranges from Rp 91,01,000 to 2,97,00,000. The Amankila suite at Rp 2,97,00,000 is a 2 bedroom suite that comes with its own pool and butler service.

Address: Amankila




Telephone: +62-363-41333

Fax: +62-363-41555

Email: amankila@amanresorts.com

Official website: www.amanresorts.com

  • The Legian

Located bang on Seminyak beach, you might wind spending much of your time on the golden sands or trotting off to kick up a storm at the neighbouring swanky clubs and bars and less at the Legian hotel when you come here. One of Bali’s leading hotels for many years, it has a more contemporary ambience with elements of Balinese architecture. All rooms are sea facing and you can have watch the sunset with the sky overhead the ocean brilliantly ablaze from your canopied bed. The rooms are plush and comfortable with natural fibre furnishings. The pricier Beach House with private patio which look onto a small tropical garden with a 16 meter pool, is exquisite. Begin your day with a breakfast at their in-house restaurant, lunch or have your evening tea/coffee at the Ocean bar and finally, bring your day to a blissful end at their Pool bar, with your choices ranging from Balinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Indonesian dishes, with a sprinkling of western cuisine. Be sure to indulge in their spas fragrant-oil massage or take part in the complementary Hatha yoga four times a week while you're here. They have a very adept travel advisory service that helps in organizing trekking, golfing and cultural tours. Free parking is available here. All credit cards are accepted here.

The room tariff is Rp 62,30,000 and up and its upper limit varies with the season you visit in.

Address: The Legian

Seminyak Beach



Telephone: +62-361-730622

Fax: +62-361-730623

Official website: www.ghmhotels.com/en/the-legian-bali/home/

  • The Oberoi

Arguably one of Bali’s finest hotels, the Oberoi has long been popular with visiting celebrities, including the likes of Henry Kissinger and Julia Roberts. Situated along the beachfront of Seminyak, here you will have your private terrace and a room that opens out to a rock pond. Thatched roofed rock cottages to stay in, with early morning breakfast by the ocean and nights filled with Balinese dance performances and gamelan music, your stay here will give you the experience of tropical Bali. Rooms that are cozy and luxurious with a service that is exceedingly warm and helpful, you will be loathe to leave the place at the end of your dream vacation.

All credit cards are accepted here.

The room tariff ranges from Rp 35,93,000 to 1,17,54,660 depending on the room type and services availed of.

Address: The Oberoi

Kayu Aya

Seminyak beach



Telephone: +62-361-730361

Fax: +62-361-730791

Official website: www.oberoihotels.com

  • Ubud Hanging Gardens

Ubud Hanging Gardens resort has the final word on comfort, luxury, and scenic splendour. Villas that perch from hillsides, with your own heated infinity pool and wall to ceiling windows that lay the entire panorama of Bali before you even when you are indoors, getting to this hotel is a pleasant adventure in itself-through a long winding road past incredible scenery. A stay here will make you feel a long way from Bali’s bustle. The real attraction-swimming in its two open air infinity pool with their very edge looking out into the dense jungle below. Their in-house restaurants, Beduur and Diatas Pohon Cafe, are terraced into the hillside and you can enjoy a meal and skip a heartbeat every time you look at the plunging gorge next to you.

The only downside to the hotel is its distance from attractions—the trams and car ride is fun, but the trip will take about 30 minutes onto your travel time. All credit cards are accepted here.

The room tariff ranges from Rp 32,30,000 to 51,45,500 depending on the type of room you book and services you avail of.

Address: Desa Buahan




Telephone: +62-361-982700

Official website: www.ubudhanginggardens.com

  • Lembongan Sunset Beach

A fairly new entrant to the Bali luxury hotel scene, the Lembongan Sunset Beach hotel made its entry with quite an environment friendly splash. Ideal for those with a green conscience, who want to mind their carbon footprints wherever they tread, the hotel comes with solar panels that heat fresh water collected by the resort. The waste water is treated and recycled and they have plans for harnessing wind power up on their perch atop a manicured peninsula. Your rooms plush and comfortable, are fitted with furnishings made of limed coconut wood and best of all are the floor to ceiling windows, that lay before you different profiles of Mount Agung. Dine in at their swanky in-house restaurant and bar, Cafe Waru, to get a taste of Indonesian dishes, fresh grilled fish and fresh salads.

The room tariff ranges from Rp 23,95,000 to 67,06,000 depending on the season and room type.

Address: Sunset Beach, Mushroom Bay




Telephone: +62-08-13377122166 / 123670989

As you enjoy the plushness of your four poster bed and get used to waking up to private beaches and incredible vistas from your room window, do remember to step out and let the magic of Bali steal upon you.

Help us rate places you know
Food & Places To Visit