10 Great Muslim-Friendly Hotels in Bali

Bali Halal Hotels

Muslim-friendly hotels in Bali come in no shortage, even though the island is known as the ‘island of a thousand temples’, with a predominantly Hindu population. As a Muslim traveller, you’ll be surprised at how convenient it is to spend a holiday in Bali thanks to its plentiful supply of halal establishments, including hotels – some of which are certified by MUI, the largest Islamic council in Indonesia.

Below, we provide you with a compilation of the best halal hotels in Bali currently available on Hotels.com. These hotels either provide a set of features that are thoughtfully designed for Muslim travellers, and have restaurants serving halal cuisine. Other small details include directional Qibla markings in the guestrooms so that you can keep up with your bearings, or with dedicated musalla prayer rooms onsite. You can choose from these Bali halal hotels and make your booking directly, and simply look forward to your halal holiday in Bali.

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    As one of Nusa Dua’s pioneering resorts, the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel retains much of its classical Balinese charm through magnificent architecture and facilities. It’s home to Raja’s Balinese Cuisine, a fine dining Balinese restaurant near its beachfront, which serves authentic Balinese cuisine that’s surprisingly halal. The restaurant is even among the few five-star resort restaurants in Nusa Dua with MUI halal certification. It’s great for Muslim travellers, and it’s no surprise, as it’s partly owned by the Sultan of Brunei. Read More...

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    As a chic boutique hotel in Kuta, the Rhadana boasts a halal concept and often has long-staying Muslim guests who feel at home with supporting comfort features, such as qibla directional markers, sajadah prayer rugs, and even copies of the Quran, so that you can still pray accordingly and on time while on vacation. The food is also halal, all prepared per Islamic guidelines, and there’s no alcohol served, even though non-Muslim staying guests may bring their own. The surf and sands of Kuta Beach are just a short ride away. Read More...

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    Right on Kuta’s main beach road of Jalan Pantai Kuta, Wina Holiday Villa offers villa-style guestrooms and suites, each with a touch of classical Balinese wooden furnishings and décor. The suites, such as the Junior Suite, start from 40 sq.m and are popular for long stays. The sands of Kuta Beach are just across the road. Their restaurant, the Lagenda Malaysian Food Garden, serves international selections overlooking the pool, and is open 24 hours a day with room service. It’s also one of the hotel restaurants in Bali that’s halal-certified by Indonesia’s MUI. Read More...

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    This 4-star, halal-certified hotel offers convenient access to Kuta’s urban side, and it’s around 20 minutes to the beach. Besides affordable guestrooms and suites measuring from 20 to 58 sq.m, as a guest you also enjoy free Wi-Fi and a nice outdoor lap pool. All suites feature a separate living area, work desk, mini bar, a bathroom with bathtub, and a terrace overlooking the pool. Cerenti Restaurant is open 24 hours and is on the lobby floor, serving a wide selection of halal Indonesian and international cuisine with indoor and alfresco setups. Read More...

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    If you’re a Muslim couple looking for an Ubud honeymoon getaway, then the Bhuwana is a great option. This 4-star Ubud resort is set amongst the rice fields of the Pengosekan village, and features a total of 40 non-smoking guestrooms, a halal restaurant, and a swimming pool onsite. The restaurant also promotes its cuisine as MSG-free and uses fresh ingredients from their farm and other local sources. There are plenty of nature activities such as cycling, rice paddy treks and cooking classes available at the resort. Read More...

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    The Goodway Hotel is a 3.5-star hotel in the hilly Taman Mumbul area, around 4 km west of Nusa Dua Beach and the main Nusa Dua resort hub. The hotel has 2 restaurants onsite, with its MUI-certified Kintamani Resto serving halal cuisine. Accommodation choices include 1 and 2-bedroom suites, and if you’re willing to cook up a storm in the convenience of your suite, you can ask for your kitchenette to be fully set up with complete cooking utensils at IDR 100,000 per set, per day. Read More...

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    The Bayt Kaboki is one of the few hotels to fully embrace the halal family hotel concept in Bali. Well tucked away from the busy traffic of Kuta, yet conveniently offering easy access to Bali’s main southern tourism areas of Kuta, Sanur and Nusa Dua, the 3-star hotel features a total of 69 affordable and non-smoking family rooms, 2 restaurants, a kiddie pool and playground onsite, and shuttle services to the nearby areas. Room windows open to quaint garden views, and the overall atmosphere throughout the hotel is relaxing. No alcohol is served, and breakfasts options are all halal. Read More...

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    This 4-star city hotel in the northern area of Denpasar is a favourite among domestic travellers due to its value and central location which enables you to easily reach Bali’s central areas such as the old capital, Ubud, within an hour. The Aston Denpasar Hotel & Convention Center also became one of the first major hotels to obtain MUI halal certification in Bali, partly due to its large domestic market. Its 215 guestrooms come in choices of 30 sqm studio rooms and 60 sqm 2-bedroom options with your choice of smoking or non-smoking rooms available. Read More...

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    Although positioned in a suburban area of Denpasar, Nirmala Hotel is a popular budget option if you’re looking for a stay from where you can go on excursions to Ubud or Bali’s other central destinations. Meanwhile, it’s around an hour’s drive to the more popular southern beach resort areas such as Kuta and Sanur. There are 39 sqm Superior rooms with balconies and 41 sqm Deluxe rooms, all set over 5 floors. The hotel is popular among domestic travellers, and its restaurant serves halal cuisine. Read More...

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    Centrally located in Denpasar city, the budget 3-star Grand Santhi is a convenient option that lets you stay right where the commercial and business action of Bali’s provincial capital takes place. Most importantly, the hotel is halal-certified, and attracts a regular flow of budget domestic travellers accordingly. Its rooms and suites are clean, and there’s an outdoor pool onsite. If you’re looking forward to exploring the city and go on local culinary adventures, there’s the Bali Museum, Denpasar Junction shopping mall, and great halal restaurants within easy walking distance. Read More...

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