10 Best Surf Hotels in Bali

Where to Stay in Bali for Surfing

Blessed with gorgeous coastlines and home to a variety of world-class surf breaks, Bali is a surfer’s paradise and it has no shortage of great hotels catering to wave riders. These beachfront hotels feature guestrooms and villas overlooking the beach so you can keep a constant lookout for the best swells, and enables direct access so you can grab your board whenever you see the surge and feel the urge.

From amongst the many fine hotels that line the coast, we have selected a handful of the best hotels in Bali for surfers. Our choices are noted for their exotic locations with great surf, their range of facilities and, most importantly, for their focus on catering to wave-riding guests.

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Bali’s Komune Resort is the brand’s second exotic surf location in the world, hugging the eastern black sand coast of Keramas in the Gianyar regency. The resort faces the wide-open ocean with the Nusa Lembongan Island on the horizon and the persistent surf break of Keramas right on the doorstep. The beach club here features towering soccer stadium-grade floodlights, which turn on for its regular night surfing spectacles (as if day surfing weren’t enough!). A selection of rooms and suites suit most budgets and it’s a great option for experiencing a shared sense of surf and beach culture. Read More...

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Overlooking the secluded surfers’ playground of Suluban Beach - aka ‘Blue Point’ - this namesake villa resort offers surfers’ accommodation on the luxurious end. Its 57 guestrooms and suites and 29 lavish villas offer a calming and elegant vibe and are also perfect for honeymooners, with a cliff-top chapel making for ocean-backdrop dream weddings. It’s an amazing location to stay in, and it also features a freeform pool, restaurant, spa and offers surfing lesson tours. The location is great for pro surfers looking for a central location between Bali’s best surf breaks, namely Uluwatu, Suluban and Padang-Padang. Read More...

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Batu Karang Lembongan Resort and Day Spa offers four-star accommodation on Lembongan Island, Bali’s offshore destination a 45-minute boat transfer southeast of the mainland. Lembongan features a set of persistent swells and among the best surfing spots, with names like ‘Playgrounds’, ‘Lacerations’, and ‘Shipwrecks’. The resort features spacious thatched villas overlooking the waves, with air conditioning or ceiling fans, TV with satellite channel selections, mini-bar and broadband internet access. The resort also features an onsite restaurant, freshwater infinity-edge pool and a spa offering a range of soothing treatments to help relax muscles after a thrilling day out on the waves. Read More...

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The best resort on the remote western side of Bali is Puri Dajuma Beach Eco Resort and Spa, a four-star resort that overlooks the quiet, black sand surfing haven of Medewi Beach. Great for surfers who also have a penchant for overland adventures, Puri Dajuma is within easy reach of Pekutatan Beach, which offers great diving, snorkelling and rice field trekking. Its collection of cottages is spread around a small cape, which enable impulsive surfers to go ahead whenever they please. Beginners are also welcome, as lessons are available at Medewi’s sandy break, just 50m from the resort. Read More...

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Another favourite surf spot is the joint coastal area of Pererenan and Echo Beach on the island’s south-western shores, with the three-star Premier Surf Camp offering a great place to stay for surfers. Premier Surf Camp features eight fully air-conditioned rooms set around a tropical garden, a swimming pool with pool bar, and offers surf lessons for all skill levels, as well as board rentals if you didn’t bring your own. A combination of close proximity to great sunset seafood dining, two exciting surf spots, a remote location and reasonable price make this a top choice for surfers north of the Canggu proper. Read More...

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Bombora offers accommodation dedicated to surfers and beach lovers looking for a remote getaway on Bali’s beautiful west coast. It’s 24sqm rooms come as standard, conveniently on the first floor of the property to get you even closer to the waves, with garden and seascape views. The Bombura Deluxe is larger at 44sqm, with a terrace overlooking the swells that also let you relax with the natural sounds of the sea. The Bombora Suites are the most luxurious option, with 62sqm of space, a balcony and modern in-room amenities such as 48-inch screen Smart TV, Wi-Fi, and bathrooms fitted with a bathtub and shower. Read More...

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For a relaxing seaside stay on one of Bali’s most favourite surf spots gracing the remoter western coastline, Pondok Pitaya can be a great choice. The hotel offers a collection of rustic wooden bungalows with an exotic volcanic black sand beach and beautiful cliff on its beachfront. The beach is perfect for long walks and has all-year-round waves. Besides surfing, Pondok Pitaya also caters to yoga groups through its wellness and retreat programs, which often includes surfing as well. On any given day, you can relax and enjoy the quiet seascape from its beachfront gardens, enjoy a dip in its swimming pool, or enjoy local cuisine at its onsite restaurant. Read More...

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This Canggu boutique hotel features a unique surf and tropical island-inspired design with wave patterns dominating its exteriors and colourful bamboo and batik motifs throughout its interiors. While not right on the beach, the hotel is only a short walk from the surf and sand of Berawa, one of Canggu’s top beaches and surf spots. Kuta Beach is approximately 12km away. Choose from its selection of 21sqm rooms and 28sqm suites, each with or without balconies. On its top floor, there’s a swimming pool and rooftop bar from where you can sip a cocktail while watching the sun go down over Canggu. Read More...

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The Medewi Bay Retreat is only 300 meters from Pekutatan Beach, and offers a unique location where you can experience remote village life from up close. West Bali National Park is an hour’s drive up north from the retreat, but far away from the southern crowds in Kuta, which is roughly a two to three-hour drive away. Each of its studios or villas boast a private balcony or terrace with garden views, as well as a living room and dining area with kitchenette and minibar. When you’re not surfing, enjoy a dip in your 12-metre freeform plunge pool. Read More...

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Dikaloha offers specialty lodging on Bali’s remote west coast surf spot of Medewi, directly overlooking the sand and surf. Medewi is around 75 kilometres’ northwest of Kuta, or roughly a 90-minute ride. You can surf its long-left handers almost all year round here, with several reef and beach breaks. Accommodation choices at the surf camp include its Ocean Calling rooms that have large windows and offer the unique experience of ocean views from your bed. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful rice fields and coconut trees, while the coast is a short walk away. When you’re not surfing, simply chill out on a hammock, beanbag or hit the bar for some drinks with chillout music at sunset. Read More...

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