The economy in Bali has the same amazing low prices as Thailand. In a country where it is possible to live on less than ten dollars a week, it is understandable that accommodation in Bali are incredibly low-priced. You can get an ultra-luxury hotel in Bali for the same price as a budget to mid-range hotel in Australia, and at the same price as a backpacker hostel in New York or London! If you are interested in seeing the best that Bali has to offer, check out one of these luxurious hotels.
Amandari is located in the village of Kedetewan, around five minutes from Ubud. The complex consists of thatch-roofed individual villas with private gardens and appointed with paras volcanic stone and Balinese marble. This hotel in Bali is a Conde Nast award winner as well as a Travel and Leisure award winner.
Amankila overlooks the Lombok Straights, on Bali’s East Coast, and much like Amandari, the Bali accommodation is thatch-roofed beach houses, located within a coconut grove. Amankila has its own beach!
Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort
All the gorgeous Bali hotel rooms here have sea views, floor to ceiling glass windows and gorgeous terrazzo tubs on the verandas. The hotel has 3500 square meters of private beachfront – no need to battle the budget tourists at the main beaches.
Belmond Jimbaran Puri
Don’t let the unpretentious furnishings fool you – this resort is the ultimate in luxury. Each cottage has its own private walled garden, a spacious indoor sitting area, sunken terrazzo marble bathtubs, rain showers and floor to ceiling windows overlooking beautiful gardens.
Bulgari Resort Bali
The Bulgari Resort Bali is located in one of the most exclusive destinations in the world, a veritable emblem of the tropical exoticism of the Orient, combining the breathtaking beauty of unspoiled nature of Bali beach resorts with a sophisticated contemporary design born from the encounter between traditional Balinese forms and high Italian style.
Capella Ubud, Bali
Finding harmony between unspoiled nature and luxury comforts, Capella Ubud, Bali, showcases tented accommodation with saltwater pools amidst Ubud’s lush greenery. Situated only 7 km from the city center, this property enjoys large terraces and outdoor decks overlooking rice fields or the surrounding rainforest. Guests can experience excellent fine dining with Balinese and international fare at the on-site restaurant. WiFi is accessible for free in all areas.
COMO Uma Ubud
The Uma Ubud is a relatively new Bali hotel, opened in 2004. The hotel here is very much focused on the spirit of Bali, incorporating spiritual practices and ecological awareness into the entire experience.
Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali is a world-class all-suite-and-villa resort set amidst four hectares of lush tropical gardens. Only 30 minutes from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, the property is located along 200m of golden beach in the Sanur district in southeast Bali.
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
Guest arriving for the first time at Four Season Resort Bali along Jimbaran Bay are greeted with warm smiles, cool drinks and cold towels. Within minutes, they are being whisked by electric buggy to their own private villa; one of 147 clustered around seven village squares.
The squares are spread over landscaped terraces that contain 1500 hand-carved stones statues and more than 200 plant species tended by a gardening staff of 90. Each square administered by a “village chief” who is responsible for the well-being of those in his domain. (In more pragmatic hotel terminology, he is the staff butler charged with house keeping and room service duties for about 20 villas.)
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan
Commune with nature, Bali-style, at this luxurious enclave in the Indonesian island’s jungle highlands.
Here at the pinnacle of Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, the sight of the tree-shrouded valley below leaves you speechless. Good call on the Sayan Villa, a secluded 4,842 sq. ft. space with terraces and a patio garden flanking its private pool. Inside, handmade Indonesian teak furniture – including a dining table for six – welcomes you to Bali. Italian fixtures crown the double-vanity bathroom, but in this beautiful setting you’re partial to the outdoor shower.
Enveloped by the lush green hills of Ubud, Hoshinoya Bali overlooks the Pakerisan river. Running through the property are sacred water canals, part of the island’s age-old water temple network recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage landscape.
Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Like its Sanskrit namesake, Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve offers hotel guests a “temple” of their own, a sanctuary for inner exploration and tranquility. Set along the Ayung River in Bali’s cultural heart of Ubud, the hotel offers luxury, butler-attended villas and suites; vintage VW convertible tours of villages, rice fields and temples; and dining including the signature Kubu, featuring Mediterranean-European cuisine and private cocoons.
Mulia Bali is the epitome of luxury, offering world class amenities with unparalleled service and attention to detail. Our expansive beachfront resort compound, located within the exclusive area of Nusa Dua on the southern part of the island, allows you choose from three distinct experiences – luxurious suites, serene villas and elegant rooms – overlooking the resort’s infinity pools and pristine beach, inviting you to relax and indulge in paradise.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali
Situated in Seminyak, within a few steps of Ku De Ta and 300 m of The Seminyak Square Shopping Mall, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali stretches over 15 acres of tropical gardens and offers luxurious beachside accommodation filled with traditional Balinese architecture. Its outdoor pool overlooks the ocean.
The Ritz-Carlton, Bali
The Ritz Carlton Bali Resort & Spa can only be described as picture-perfect. With a lush tropical backdrop and plush interiors it qualifies as one of the world’s most beauteous luxury hotels. Did we say beauteous? All wrong, for it is also one of the most commodious. Disposing of 368 guest rooms it also has its own beach, wonder of wonders! Step into its lobby and you will be swept away by its exotic interiors comprising artworks and artifacts from the surrounding islands of Java, Sulawesi, Borneo, and Irian Jaya. As for the Balinese hospitality and grace that you’ll get doused with, you’ll wonder why you never visited before.
The St. Regis Bali Resort
The St Regis is a luxury beachfront resort in the famous area of Nusa Dua, with a huge lagoon and inviting pools the St Regis offers all that you could possible want in a tropical island holiday. The white sandy beach leads down to the crystal clear water where you can swim, snorkel, kayak and windsurf.
St Regis also has exquisite dining for your enjoyment at two fine restaurants you can eat al fresco or in private gazebos, there is also the cocktail bar and pool bar to relax in. Try the Remede Spa for the ultimate in relaxation with Island inspired treatments using totally natural and healing ingredients.
COMO Uma Canggu
Staying in a private villa is a great alternative for your holiday in Bali. Numerous villas are available all over this small yet beautiful island to accommodate your stay. Some areas in Bali are popular for their beautiful villas, and one of them is Canggu. Canggu is a village with beautiful rice terraces and stunning coastline. This village is a tranquil area where you can enjoy a peaceful atmosphere. However, you will also have easy access to various shopping centers or restaurants in Seminyak.