Bali is a popular holiday destination with local and International travellers alike and is renowned for budget accommodation, luxury villas, holiday resorts and everything in between. With so many options to choose from, finding the accommodation that's right for you can be a challenge. Find the best price possible along with the Bali accommodation to suit your needs with TravelOnline. We also offer a range of accommodation options that specifically cater for family holidays and romantic getaways for couples.
One of Bali's biggest drawcards for tourists, Kuta has a reputation for vibrant nightlife and some of the island's best surf beaches. Popular with younger travellers looking for affordable accommodation, there is also plenty of quality accommodation on offer for families. Most accommodation is located close to the shopping, dining and entertainment precinct and offers spectacular views of Bali's famous sunsets.
South Kuta, also known as Tuban, is a far more peaceful area of Bali but is still only a few minutes from the party atmosphere of Kuta, giving you the best of both worlds. South Kuta is especially popular with families as the beaches are far less crowded than Kuta and are much safer for children. South Kuta is also home to Waterbom Bali, a waterpark with 15 world class water slides, one of the region's most popular attractions.
Still within reach of Kuta, Legian is more laid back and offers a fantastic beach much loved for its swimming, surfing and sun tanning. Popular with families and couples, Legian is renowned for its fine dining and boutique shopping offering a diverse mix of local treasures and expatriate designers.
North of Kuta, Seminyak is a cosmopolitan hub of high end accommodation and facilities. Exclusive resorts and villas blend with trendy bars, cafes and restaurants offering a more sophisticated nightlife scene. Families are also starting to discover the beauty of Seminyak with a great range catering for children and offering an entertaining yet peaceful holiday.
Nusa Dua is the ideal holiday destinations for those wanting a relaxing break while experiencing Bali in style. The luxury accommodation available in these regions offers fantastic facilities and there are also golf courses located in the area. Surfing here is excellent and conditions are ideal for learning to surf.
Tanjung Benoa was previously an old dock and fishing village however this has now significantly charged offering a wide selection of popular water sport options, resorts and hotels. This couple and family region Bali region is a mere 15 kilometres from the International Airport and is located just north of Nusa Dua. Surfing and a wide selection of water sports can be enjoyed at Tanjung Benoa.
Set in Bali's south east, Sanur is a small town just 20 minutes from the International Airport. Far more relaxed than Kuta and even Legian, this is the place for a totally relaxed and utterly indulgent Bali holiday experience. There are plenty of 4 and 5 star resorts in Sanur to look after your luxury accommodation needs.
Set in the heart of Bali, Ubud is a town where time stands still. Known as the 'real' Bali, Ubud is full of picturesque rice terraces, scared temples, ancient culture and traditional villages. The town centre offers cafes and culture, with accommodation ranging from budget options to luxury resorts and everything in between. Ubud is the gateway to pristine beaches, main towns and the majestic mountains.
South of Kuta, Jimbaran Bay is a beautiful holiday destination with golden beaches and charming local attractions such as the fishing village and fishing boats. Home to the finest luxury accommodation, Jimbaran Bay is ideal for honeymooners and features plenty of restaurants scattered along the beach offering fresh seafood, gourmet cuisine and stunning views.
Once just a surfing paradise, Uluwatu is now a popular holiday destination with surfers and travellers alike. Enjoy the stunning beaches including Padang Padang, Dreamland and Bingin in the relative peace and quiet. Explore some of Bali's oldest temples and marvel at the spectacular sunsets in this naturally stunning region of Bali.
A developing tourist area, Ungasan is south of Bali, just 20 minutes from Bali's International Airport. Ideally located for exploring all that Bali has to offer, Ungasan is no more than 25 minutes from some of Bali's most popular holiday destinations including Jimbaran Bay, Kuta, Legian and Uluwatu. There are plenty of accommodation options to suit all needs and water sports such as swimming, water skiing and parasailing are particularly popular.
Off Bali's southeast coast lies the small island of Nusa Lembongan, home to soft white sand beaches, excellent surf breaks and with very little tourist traffic making it an increasingly popular Bali holiday destination. Hotels, villas, luxury resorts and budget accommodation surround the beach and are close to all attractions and eateries. Renowned for its slow pace, Nusa Lembongan's main attractions are its water sports, snorkelling, diving and surfing.
Just 54 km from Bali's east coast, Lombok Island is a tropical paradise where old meets new. Experience the true culture of Bali with traditional villages practically untouched by Western civilisation. Lombok is also home to Mount Rinjani, one of the last active volcanoes in the world. With only a small number of tourists, even at the height of the season, you can enjoy Lombok's surf breaks, attractions and atmosphere at your own leisure.
The Gili Islands offer a remote holiday experience off Lombok's northwest coast. Small enough to navigate on foot in just a few hours, the islands are home to pristine beaches, crystal waters and stunning natural surrounds. Nothing disturbs the peace here, not even cars or motorbikes as they are prohibited on the islands. This is where you'll find some of the best diving and snorkelling in Bali with the waters absolutely teeming with coral reefs, colourful fish and tropical marine life.
Located within 30 minutes of popular tourist destination Kuta and the boutique shopping and dining hot spot of Seminyak, Canggu is a welcome change of pace. Surrounded by rice terraces and rural landscapes, this small village offers beautiful coastline and one of Bali's most popular surf breaks. Though not the best for swimming, these beaches are popular with surfers for their challenging conditions.
Located approximately 20 kilometers from Denpasar, Tanah Lot is a popular tourist area of Bali home to the iconic rock formation and temple Pura Tanah Lot. Meaning 'land in the sea', Tanah Lot is a Bali cultural icon and offers accommodation with spectacular views of Bali's famous sunsets and the large temple and offshore rock formation shaped for thousands of years by the ocean tide.
The Kintamani region in Bali is located just under an hour’s drive north of Ubud. Similar to Ubud with its cooler climate and mountainous terrain, the Kintamani region is famous for the active volcano Mount Batur and serene Lake Batur. Bamboo forests, winding rivers and rice paddy farms also make up the natural surroundings of the region. Kintamani is home to many Balinese temples including a key directional temple, Pura Ulun Danu Batur. Although being quite a distance from Denpasar Airport Kintamani is perfect for travellers wishing to spend time away from the busyness of the Bali beaches, surrounded by the tranquillity of the natural environment. Guests can enjoy trekking, cycling, canoeing and cultural attractions.
Bali is home to a wide selection of accommodation options, but if you're after something specific, these featured Bali accommodation options offer a number of the best hotels and resorts classified by their popular onsite facilities, star rating and access to attractions close by.