10 Most Expensive Hotels in Bali, Indonesia
Of the entire places in Indonesia, Bali is one of the most evocative tourist’s islands, which sparks the senses. Bali offers lots to its visitors, from surfing to hiking with breathtaking views volcanic peaks, misty waterfalls, you will cherish every moment on this island.
While you are busy in choosing your next destination in Bali, you need proper accommodations for further adventure. We have listed expensive and luxurious hotels, just for here. Here are the ten most expensive hotels in Bali.
1. Viceroy Bali
Awarded #1 Resort in the World by Conde Nast Traveler in their Readers’ Choice Awards, The Viceroy Bali has located 7 km from the Ubud Monkey Forest. Travelers can also reach after 3 km from the iconic Ubud Palace and 4 km from the Agung Rai Museum of Art.
Surrounded by fields and forest, the resort has a posh restaurant, a bar, a lavish spa, a hilltop infinity pool with a swim-up bar and a fitness center. The hotel rooms feature field and forest views, as well as terraces, private indoor or outdoor heated plunge pools.
2. Hanging Gardens of Bali
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The Hanging Gardens of Bali is a luxurious hotel in the heart of the jungle and is situated near Payangan, a village North of Ubud, 13 km from the Neka Art Museum and 19 km from Tirta EMpul water temple.
The hotel villas consist of terraces with dining areas, granite infinity pools, indoor/outdoor bathrooms, and most offering valley views. The hotel has different dining options that include an open-air lounge, a creative restaurant, and a library. Hanging Gardens of Bali also consists of a cutting edge cascading pool and a spa that provides riverside massages.
3. Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan
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Set beside the Ayung River, which has been recognized as one of the world’s best resorts on the Conde Nast Traveler, the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan is located 2 km from Blanco Renaissance Museum, 7 km from the upscale shops of Ubud and 9 km from the ancient carvings of the Goa Gajah cave.
The hotel villas and suites feature private plunge pools free Wi-Fi, minibars as well as living areas and kitchens. The Resort features a spa, a fitness center, an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a riverside restaurant, a casual café as well as yoga and meditation classes.
4. Soori Bali
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Surrounded by rice terraces overlooking the Indian Ocean, Soori Bali is next to a black sand beach and is located 15 km from both Nirwana Bali Golf Club and Tanah Lot Temple. Designed by renowned architect Soo K. Chan and his wife Ling Fu, each villa on landscaped gardens is crafted out of local materials.
Every villa offers private infinity pools and shaded terraces, beach access, ocean views, and Bose Speaker systems. A 10 bedroom villa comes with a gym and a helipad. The hotel has three different dining options, a spa, an infinity pool, and a fitness center as well.
5. COMO Shambhala Estate
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Located near Ubud, Bali, on the banks of the Ayung River and 10 km from the town of Ubud, the COMO Shambhala Estate offers a private location in Begawan Village, a 15-minute drive from Ubud city center. Surrounded by lush tropical jungle, the Estate in Bali is an award-winning, luxurious resort.
Featuring yoga and guided hikes, plus two restaurants, multiple lounges, and heated pools, the resort also has a fitness room, jungle gyms and an Ayurvedic spa with nine treatment rooms. The hotel rooms and suites with verandas come with internet, four-poster bed, whirlpool tubs, and villas also include private outdoor pools.
6. Alaya Resort Ubud
Alaya Resort Ubud is in the heart of Ubud, the cultural center a Bali and is just a 7-minute drive from Blanco Museum. Situated in just a 5-minute walk from the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary and 15 km from Pura Taman Ayun temple, the resort host its own Indonesian Independence Day event with a flag ceremony and team games.
The resort rooms feature local artwork, minibars, rustic stone tubs, and private balconies or terraces. The hotel also features an airy restaurant, a spa, a relaxed bar, and an outdoor pool.
7. Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Offering hotel guests a “temple” of their own, a sanctuary for inner exploration and tranquility, Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is the third property in the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Reserve collection.
The resort is located 2 km from the Neka Art Museum and 4 km from the central Ubud. The hotel suites feature floor to ceiling windows, marble bathrooms, Balinese artwork, minibars and balconies or terraces.
The villas also include kitchens and private pools. The resort features a hip bamboo restaurant with river views, two outdoor pool, a poolside bar, a spa, yoga classes, and a gym.
8. Hillside Eden Bali – Private Jungle Estate
The Hillside Eden Villa is located in a 30-minute drive from the property leads to central Ubud where Ubud Palace resides and a 1.5-hour drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
The resort boasts a private heated pool with sun loungers in villas which offers a tranquil getaway amidst nature. Feature panoramic views of the mountains, tropical rainforest and rice fields, the villas come with spacious bedrooms, private balcony and LED TV.
The hotel has a variety of dining options that includes Western, Indian, and Indonesian delicacies served at the private bar and restaurant located in a separated building.
9. The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah
Providing a relaxing getaway surrounded by rice fields, The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah is located 1.9 miles from central Ubud. Travelers can also reach traveling 4 km from Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, 20 km from Bali Safari offering a 30 yards outdoor pool.
The hotel suites come with open-air bathrooms and villas come with private pools, hot tubs and/or massage tables. The hotel features an open-air restaurant with a thatched roof, as well as a terrace with garden views, a gym, a poolside bar, and a spa.
10. Komaneka at Tanggayuda
With a beautiful setting overlooking the Oos River, Komaneka at Tanggayuda Ubud Resort Bali is set among the lush forest and tropical fruit trees and is located 4.5 km from the Neka Art Museum and 8 km from Ubud’s shops and restaurants.
The suites feature carved furnishings, and floor-to-ceiling windows, minibars, courtyards, and villas add private plunge pool and volcanic stone pools. The hotel features a restaurant and a café, with two pools and a gym.