10 Best Hotels in Kintamani

Most Popular Mount Batur and Kintamani Hotels

These best hotels in Kintamani, Bali’s scenic highland region, offer comfortable stays that are fit for both leisure and adventurous travellers. Kintamani is home to the island’s second tallest peak, Mount Batur, and its eponymous crater lake, which are among the main highlights for hikers and adventurers enjoying this section of Bali’s scenic interior.

Hotels and eco lodges mostly dot the western side of the Batur lakeside, enabling you as a guest to enjoy the immersive mountain panoramas right out of your guestroom, bungalow or villa at over 1,000 meters above sea level. Others are near hot springs, or have naturally heated pools onsite as part of their facilities. In all, these most popular Kintamani hotels serve as great bases for an adventurous holiday in Bali.

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    Located on the western lakeside of Batur Lake, The Ayu Kintamani features a collection of ‘hot spring villas’, each with bedrooms fitted with queen-size beds, and bathrooms with indoor bathtubs fed by natural hot springs nearby. Even the resort’s public pool has natural mineral water, with direct views of the adjacent lake. Adventurous guest activities here include Batur hikes where you set out before twilight to catch the first rays, lake kayaking, cycling to nearby countryside, and visits to the rustic old Balinese village of Trunyan on the opposite side of the lake. Read More...

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    Looking for a stay practically in the middle of nowhere? Located slightly up north from Kintamani proper on the island’s north-westernmost coast, Bondalem Beach Club offers pure relaxation, as it is located in the remote and quiet locale of Tejakula. Should you stay here, you’ll most likely find yourself among the very few guests. The bungalows of this boutique resort are actually two-storeyed self-sufficient mini houses that accommodate up to four guests, with a top balconies opening to ocean views. A great place to stay if you’re planning dolphin watching, nature treks and Batur hikes, or simply if you want to get away from the common crowds. Read More...

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    Just north from Batur is Spa Village Resort Tembok, a tranquil boutique resort in the namesake coastal village of Tembok, which is another of Bali’s remote destinations that enable you to ‘get away from it all’. Its elegant and luxurious rooms, suites and villas blend traditional Balinese design elements, such as elaborate woodcarvings and panels, with modern furnishings and amenities. The resort itself serves as a great base to explore the region, while it also offers retreat experiences itself such stays that combine yoga, spa wellness programs and healthy cuisine. Read More...

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    Located on a high viewpoint right next door to the Batur Geopark Museum, the Lakeview Eco Lodge is a great choice if you’re looking for a stay with a sweeping mountain view. All of its rooms feature a balcony that overlooks the caldera lake, which is only 15 minutes down from the hotel. Backpackers are welcome, with dorm style rooms sleeping up to 8 beds are available. Amenities are modern, such as free Wi-Fi provided throughout public spaces, and each guestroom has satellite TV channels. Bicycles are available for rent, and sightseeing tours around the region can be arrange through their tour desk. Read More...

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    Astradana Hotel & Restaurant offers visitors to Kintamani a comfortable budget stay in Kedisan, a local village on the western lakeside of Batur. The bungalows (mini houses) sleep two in 36sqm rooms with scenic views to the outlines of Batur and its lake. You don’t need air-conditioning thanks to the constantly cool mountain air here. With all the basics covered, it’s one of the affordable hotels in the area with a great location for starting on your hikes up Batur. Read More...

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    This Batur lakefront lodge features a collection of cottages and bungalows that will appeal to those looking for a rustic mountain countryside style of stay. The property is located in the village of Buahan, on the southwestern lakeside of Batur. The cottages offer 40sqm of space and sleep up to three, while the bungalows sleep up to four and feature a balcony or patio overlooking the lake. The Batur hot springs are only a 15-minute transfer up the lakeside road, and the hotel offers popular choices of nature treks in the region. Read More...

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    This hotel is a good option that grants you stunning views of Mount Batur. Sunrise moments are also splendid, as you wake up in the morning with the sun peeking behind Batur’s peak. There are only a total of six rooms in standard, deluxe and suite categories, each with ceramic and parquet floorings, water heaters, and television with international channel selections. Adventures on offer range from hiking and cycling to lake canoeing and rafting. After your exciting days out, you can unwind back at the hotel with a traditional Balinese massage. Read More...

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    Surya Hotel offers a ‘no-frills homestay’ experience in the village of Kedisan, right on the south-westernmost edge of Lake Batur. A total of 28 comfortable rooms feature bathrooms with private hot and cold water shower, and each room is simple but offers the basic comforts for a stay up in the mountains. Treks are available, which includes an excursion down the crater rim from the viewpoint of Penelokan to Kedisan. The hotel’s restaurant is a great place on the property where you can spend mornings and afternoons enjoying good food and sweeping views over the lake. Read More...

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    This hotel offers all the basics for a stay up in Kintamani. Hikers planning their climb up Batur will find convenience in its close proximity to the hiking departure point, and overall the hotel provides nice views over the lake. Rooms come in several categories, with mosquito nets over king size beds, large bathroom with corner bathtubs and separate hot and cold showers and a private porch with table and chairs overlooking the mountain and lake views. An onsite restaurant serves local, Chinese and western cuisine. Read More...


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    Located slightly up from Batur’s lakeside, in the popular vantage point area known as Penelokan, The Volcania is a unique guesthouse that is just across the road from the Batur Geopark Museum. The property was converted from an old villa, which retains much of its classical architecture and palatial charm. The rooms are spacious with balconies, and furnished with intricately carved wooden poster beds. Although it may seem slightly dated in some areas, it’s good for those looking for a quirky experience as part of their climbing tour up Batur. Read More...

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