Across the regions of the world that we feature there is no standardised classification and grading of hotels. To help you find your ideal accommodation we have listed our hotels and resorts as follows:
The Westin Resort offers a contemporary ambience with soft touches of Balinese artwork providing a serene atmosphere. Each of the 342 newly refurbished and spaciously appointed rooms and suites has its own private balcony with exceptional ocean, pool or garden views.
Located just 12km from the airport, Grand Hyatt Bali was conceived as a water palace with lakes, landscape gardens and five lagoon or river pools surrounding low-rise Balinese style buildings.
Distinguished by its contemporary Balinese architecture, each of the Conrad Bali hotels 360 guestrooms and suites reflects the resorts sense of space, luxury and style.
Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali is blessed with a hypnotising view of the Indian Ocean. This 5 star beachfront resort offers a wonderful experience of spending leisure time in a natural luxury.
Just a 20 minute transfer from the airport and close to the Bali Golf and Country Club lies the St. Regis Beach Resort. Nestling by the soft, sandy beaches of Nusa Dua, one can enjoy the spacious luxury of 123 airy suites and villas.
An all-pool villa resort located at the southernmost point of Bali, Banyan Tree Ungasan offers definitive cliff top living and unparalleled views of the Indian Ocean.
Situated just 30 minutes from Denpasar Airport, and poised on an elevated plateau, the view from the Alila Villas Uluwatu is nothing less than picture-perfect. Here, one can indulge in contemporary Bali-inspired living design.
This quite stunning resort allows you to awaken to the rustle of a gentle sea breeze through coconut palms or toast the world-famous Seminyak sunsets from your private balcony.
Jimbaran Puri Bali by Orient-Express is an unpretentious and romantic resort offering uninterrupted breathtaking sea views and direct access to a quiet area of Jimbaran Beach.
Beautifully integrated with landscaped gardens and lotus ponds the Legian offers 67 suites with spacious bedrooms, bathrooms, separate living areas and private balconies all with modern technology amenities.
Seminyak offers peace and tranquility while the excitement and busy lifestyle is just a drive away.
Surrounded by lush gardens, each villa has its own courtyard and extensive indoor and outdoor living areas, including a private plunge pool from which guests enjoy infinite views of palm-fringed Jimbaran Bay.
This luxurious, all-suite-and-villa resort is styled as a sanctuary of peace and relaxation in four hectares of lush beach front gardens.
Alila Ubud is a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley in Bali’s central foothills.
Hanging Gardens Ubud is a haven of peace and tranquillity, situated approximately one hour from Denpasar airport.
Nestled in an exclusive estate surrounded by lush greenery and verdant rice fields, the 20 elegantly appointed villas and suites are gracefully scattered over an expansive rural landscape.
Inspired by the award-winning Spa Village Pangkor Laut, the new Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali embraces the same ethos of celebrating the local culture, honouring the ancient remedies of the region and maximising the surrounding scenery.
The island of Bali is the best known of the Indonesian islands and is the perfect solution for those seeking a truly relaxing holiday. It is blessed with shimmering, palm-fringed sandy beaches where there are located luxurious hotels offering exceptional service and mouth-watering cuisine.
By contrast, in its interior, the island also offers the terraced rice fields, enchanting Hindu temples and palaces, winding rivers, tropical rainforests and soaring volcanic mountain ranges. Balinese resorts tend to comprise of individual villas, allowing guests to pamper themselves within the walled gardens, enjoy a dip in the private pool, or savour a romantic in-villa dining experience under the stars. Add to this a very warm and genuine welcome from the ever-smiling Balinese people and one can appreciate why this destination is an ever popular choice for those in search of laidback luxury.
The beaches at Nusa Dua (Southern peninsula) is perfect for swimming and water sports. Away from the beach there is an 18-hole golf course and the Galleria centre with a variety of restaurants and shops.
Jimbaran Beach (West coast) is arguably Bali's most attractive beach and is still relatively undiscovered. The area offers various good seafood restaurants right on the water front and is highly recommended for watching Bali's famous sunsets.
The bustling resorts of Kuta Beach & Legian (West coast, South Bali) have merged together in recent years and are the centre of Bali's night life with a great number of restaurants, bars, discos, and shopping areas.
Seminyak (West coast, South Bali) is fast becoming the area for trendy bars, restaurants and shops and is ideal for those who wish to be away from the main tourist areas, but still have easy access to the main facilities.
Inland, Ubud (Central Bali) is the cultural capital of Bali with a high concentration of craft shops, art galleries and museums. The town is quiet after sunset, with the nearby resort of Sayan affording spectacular views over the Ayung River valley.
|Location:||Bali is positioned in Southeast Asia, in central Indonesia, sitting just to the east of the island of Java, and just west of the island of Lombok. It is bordered by the Bali Sea and the Indian Ocean||Vaccinations:||May be recommended depending on the area visited, contact your doctor|
|Size:||5,600 square kilometres||Flying Time:||18 hours via Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur|
|Population:||3,150,000||Telephone Code:||+00 62|
|Local Time:||GMT + 8 hours||Electricity:||110/220 volts|
|Visa:||UK and Ireland passport holders require a visa, issued on arrival for a visit up to 30 days. Minimum validity of 6 months needed on passport and onward or return ticket compulsory||Website:||Bali Tourism Board|
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