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The 10 best Hotels in Bali for 2020/2021

The top 5 hotels in Bali

Enjoy a paradisiacal island stay with these 5 top Bali picks. From lavish seafront escapes to remote spa resorts, Bali is as luxurious as it gets.

Our best hotels in Bali

1.

Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort 5*

With the sound of lapping waves and swaying coconut palms, Anantara Seminyak is a restive seafront resort loaded with character. From the contemporary design to the expansive balconies, it’s the ultimate in relaxation. Enjoy indulgent spa treatments and swimming with unbeatable views of the magical Indian Ocean.
2.

Alila Seminyak Bali 5*

This sophisticated resort is just a few steps from the glistening Indian Ocean. Guests can enjoy impeccable rooms with modern furnishings and pretty sea or garden views. The spa is equally alluring, with private treatments and 5 swimming pools to explore.
3.

Inaya Putri Bali 5*

This private 9.1-hectare resort offers lush gardens and restorative pools for guests to explore at their own pace. Rooms are suitably decadent, with 7 themed buildings lending their unique style to each of the bedroom’s furnishings. The hotel also boasts a wide number of bars and restaurants, serving seasonal Indonesian specialities among more world-inspired menus.
4.

Nandini Ubud 4*

This incredible jungle resort is perched upon a hill with panoramic forest views. Guests can escape to the heart of nature with treetop swimming and spas. Rooms are equally inviting, situated in thatched-roof lodges with carved wooden furnishings and modern facilities.
5.

InterContinental Bali Resort 5*

The InterContinental seamlessly blends the island life idyll with modern sophistication. Guests enjoy direct sea access and indulgent sea-view pools. With plentiful spa rooms and thatched solariums to unwind in, the resort is brimming with contemporary luxury features.

Services will you find in our hotels in Bali

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Luxury toiletries
  • Flatscreen TVs
  • Luxury bathrooms
  • Spa treatments
  • Swimming pools
  • Waterfront bars
  • Multiple dining options

Going on holiday in Bali

Bali is a spectacular year-round destination with changes in seasonal weather to look out for. Generally, the high season is between July and August and through December. Here, you'll find huge price hikes with hotels and restaurant reservations booking up fast. The shoulder season from May to June and in September tends to be the best period for comfortable weather conditions. You'll find a dry and less humid climate with warm and inviting coastal waters, as well as more last-minute and cheaper holiday deals. The low season coincides with the rainy season from January through April and in October and November. Although cheap deals can be found, you'll have to prepare for rainy days.

Hotel offers at Bali convenient for all kind of travel

Bali has attractions to suit all kinds of traveller. Its idyllic resorts and premium sea views make it among the world’s most romantic getaways. You can explore the island by day and retire to pampering hotels for sunset drinks. Families will find much to enjoy too, including child-friendly beaches and quiet coastal regions. For older children, snorkelling, jungle adventure parks and rice field walks are sure to captivate and thrill the imagination. There’s no escaping that Bali also has a party-hard image. You can escape this easily - or you can seek out the nightlife if that’s your thing. The best options include downtown Seminyak and Kuta, where you’ll find first-rate clubs and beach bars.

The range of hotels we offer at Bali

  • Resort hotels
  • Seafront hotels
  • Spa hotels
  • Jungle hotels

Bali: What should we bring for a hotel stay?

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Seasonal clothes
  • Evening attire
  • Charging cables
  • An umbrella
  • Guide book
  • Sun cream
  • Swimming costume
  • Travel towel

Your best hotel at Bali: how to get there and make your booking

How to get to Bali

Most arrivals into Bali arrive via Ngurah Rai International Airport, the island's principal airport with easy connections to Kuta, Seminyak and Ubud. Bali also has many vibrant ferry docks, including Benoa, Gilimanuk and Sanur. Once you’ve arrived in Bali, it’s best to travel to your hotel or resort via taxi cab or with a rental car. It is possible to be ripped off, so try to stick to Bluebird Taxis. If you want to travel frequently, consider hiring a driver to navigate the island. Cycling is another excellent option and most hotels will provide you with a rental.

How to book your hotel in Bali

Enjoy luxury stays in Bali at exclusive members-only prices with Voyage Privé. Membership is free with fast registration and quick booking. To find your next escape, type in your travel dates for a full breakdown of limited-time offers.

The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Bali

Bali conjures up images of a tropical paradise with pampered living, and the reality isn't far off. With vibrant and eclectic towns, rich and diverse cultural attractions and an island of resplendent sights and sounds, Bali caters to all. Take things slow with lazy days beside evocative ocean views, or hit the mountain trails to explore hilltop temples and pursue energetic outdoor activities. Whether you're looking for thrills, fun or much-needed relaxation, Bali is a top choice.

Bali – a sea lover’s paradise

Bali is all about the beaches, with opulent ocean resorts and prized sea swimming. Far more than your typical sun-and-sand holiday, you'll find vibrant diving and premier surfing activities to enrich the senses. For a true feel of island life, take to the sea with sailing excursions to secluded shores.

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