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  • 10 Most Amazing Hotels in Bali

    Bali’s Most Spectacular Stays

    These 10 most amazing hotels in Bali should be among the top contenders for your next Bali getaway, especially if you’re up for the ‘wow’ factor! Each of these hotels not only serve as places to stay and bases from where to go out to explore Bali’s amazing sights, but each of them offer something that is totally unique. Indeed, Bali boasts a spectacular countryside and picture perfect vistas, and some of these hotels make very good use of their winning locations.

    Some in these top picks of Bali’s most spectacular stays also go big on design. There’s one luxury resort on the towering cliffs of the Bukit peninsula that flaunts all the tidings of its world-famous haute couture brand, and which is one of only two in the world. Another is owned by an Indonesian art collector, chockfull of arts and antiques, and even villas adorned with rare and authentic artworks of some of Bali and Indonesia’s most famous artists. Click on the hotel that amazes you the most, and you’re easily several clicks away to securing your booking!

  • Choose the Chedi Club for a quaint village escape on the outer perimeters of Ubud town. This resort is near the Goa Gajah temple complex, where you’ll be taken in by the resort’s vast and open rice field settings deep within the village of Tengkulak. The immersive greenery is complemented by classical Balinese architecture, and rooms furnished with antique wooden furnishings. Besides paddy walks as part of their guest activities, atmospheric candlelit dining in the middle of rice fields will surely be a highlight of your honeymoon! Read More...

    An all-villa resort, The Viceroy Bali has a winning location. You get to wake up at your villa or soak in your private infinity pool to the sweeping views and fresh mountain air of the Petanu valley. Amenities are ultramodern. Also onsite at the resort are some of Ubud’s finest, namely Lembah Spa and the adjacent CasCades restaurant, both which also look over the valley. There’s a helipad in its rice fields up front if you fancy that kind of entry. Read More...

    This elegant five-star resort in Nusa Dua is one of the newest in the beachfront complex, but is home to some of Bali’s classiest venues, such as Kayuputi and Boneka. Among the wow factors are its butler services, with a well-trained butler who assists you from check-in and throughout your entire stay, as well as a massive centrepiece saltwater lagoon pool, and lagoon villas from where you can jump into the beautiful lagoon from the convenience of your own villa! Read More...

    This boutique hotel is truly unique. Overlooking the waves of Canggu, Hotel Tugu Bali is the only arty resort in Bali where you can admire high-quality antiques, rare art items and magnificent sculptures from lobby to your room. It’s no surprise that most of these items are authentic, as the owner is an avid art collector. They even have suites named after legendary artists, such as Walter Spies and Le Mayeur, and which are adorned with their real artworks. Read More...

    Ayana Resort and Spa Bali promises a premium experience, and you’ll be wowed by its sunset and chill out venue, Rock Bar. Other amazing facilities onsite is Thermes Marins Spa with its large aquatonic pool, and those wanting the ultimate in pampering can opt for the Spa on the Rocks, a truly memorable spa experience that is literally on the rocks at the cliff base – surrounded by the waves of the Indian Ocean! Read More...

    Comprising 60 luxury suites and private villas set over seven hectares of tropical gardens and paddies in the lush Ayung River Valley, the second Four Seasons resort on the island is designed to impress. You arrive via a suspended bridge walk that leads you to the resort’s gigantic ‘floating’ lily pond lobby and Jati Bar, which welcomes you to the expansive views. Villas and facilities are set along the length of the Ayung River, intertwined with the resort’s paddies and gardens. Read More...

    This palatial resort pays homage to classical Balinese architecture, and is a great choice if you’re looking for a stay in Ubud with magnificent views. The resort has a collection of luxurious private pool and Jacuzzi villas that all offer great views over a quaint section of the Ayung River Valley. It even has its own paddy field as centrepiece, surrounded by a lazy river pool and a 73-metre Ayung River spring water lagoon. Read More...

    Another great one for those fancying a verdant mountain village atmosphere, the Hanging Gardens offers a spectacular setting, as its whole layout follows down the sweeping slopes of the Ayung River Valley. Getting from one section of the resort to another is via a funicular. There’s no better place to enjoy it other than at the edge of the resort’s iconic tiered edge pool. Swimming at these heights is a very immersive experience! Read More...

    Bearing a world-renowned luxury brand in its name, this resort on the secluded cliffs of the Bukit peninsula offers breath-taking views over the Indian Ocean form most of its villas. Your spa sessions are backed by soothing sounds of the sea, and the same can be said for the dining experiences onsite, namely Sangkar where Indonesian favourites get a five-star treatment, and Il Ristorante for Italian cuisines. There’s a secret beach down at the cliff base via a funicular! Read More...

    The only themed resort in Bali that lets you experience a taste of an African safari, Mara River Safari Lodge has windows from its bungalows looking out to exotic animal enclosures within the Bali Safari and Marine Park. You can relax on your deck for a different kind of sunset, and you get privileged access to the animal shows and attractions within the park. You can also enjoy breakfasts with the lions and meerkats in view at the Tsavo Lion Restaurant. Read More...

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