The issue of where to stay in Bali during your holiday is simple, all you need to do is figure out the type of holiday you want. No matter your taste, there is a huge range of accommodation options for visitors all over the island.
Whether you would like to splurge on your holiday and spend time at luxurious five-star hotels or are a single traveller looking for backpacker accommodation, there are places to suit everyone.
Where to stay in Bali for Families, Couples or Singles, Hotels & Resorts
For families with young children, it pays to be close to the action. There are plenty of hotels that offer kids clubs and water parks within their grounds, as well as games rooms and close access to the beach. Legian is a great recommendation, as it is close to all the action in Kuta, without the noisy parties. A great resort here is the Padma Resort. Nusa Dua is also a great option, as it has a large variety of kid-friendly resorts in the 4-5 star categories. Come here for pure relaxation with clean beaches and plenty of restaurants. Try the Westin Resort or the Grand Nikko Resort. Jimbaran also has the InterContinental Bali Resort which is located nearby.
For couples, head over to Seminyak which is still near the heart of the action, but has a classier feel than Kuta or head into the centre of Bali to the cultural capital of Ubud. You will find plenty of beautiful villas hidden amongst the mountains and rice paddies with heaps of restaurants and bars to enjoy. For those looking for a romantic hideaway, head up north to Lovina or down south to Jimbaran. Both have a huge range of luxury resorts with private beaches and spa villas.
For single travellers or those looking to holiday on a budget, you can’t go past Kuta. If travelling solo, you will be in the best place to meet other single travellers in Kuta and will find the cheapest accommodation here with guest houses, hostels and cheap hotels as far as the eye can see.
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