Where To Stay In Bali In 2022 – Budget, Mid-Range And Luxury Bali Hotels (wanderlustchloe.com)

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Deciding where to stay in Bali in 2022? From stunning resorts and cute beach hotels to budget hostels, this handy guide will help you pick your dream accommodation.
It’s easy to see why Bali is one of the world’s top holiday destinations. Beautiful beaches – tick, fascinating culture – tick, lush forests and rice paddies – tick, volcanoes and waterfalls – tick. It offers so much!

Depending on where you’re planning to go on your trip, there’s an amazing variety of things to do too. From diving and hiking, to cooking classes and spa time, it’s an island which offers something for every type of person.

Head to Nusa Dua or Jimbaran Bay for dreamy honeymoon resorts. Towns like Canggu are great for surfing, food and relaxation. Meanwhile Kuta is still THE best area to stay in Bali for the biggest parties on the island. Seminyak is youthful, with cool brunch spots, beach bars and stylish hotels.

Meanwhile, Ubud offers a more relaxed way of life, with yoga classes, trips to temples and days out exploring the rice paddies and forests. Or venture further north or west and you’ll wave bye bye to lots of the tourists, and truly connect with nature.

The hardest part? Deciding where to stay in Bali. There are just SO many hotels, villas, B&Bs and hostels to wade through, it’s a tricky decision to make. I’ve tried to make the process a little easier by rounding up the best hotels in Bali. I can’t make the decision for you, but hopefully I can help!


Visit Canggu for awesome surfing, cool street art, yoga studios, hipster cafes and beach bars. Have a quick read of my post 17 amazing things to do in Canggu before you go

Luxury: Hotel Tugu Bali

Hotel Tugu is one of the best hotels in Canggu, and it’s wonderful to see it preserving Balinese heritage with its design. Located on the shores of Echo Beach, it’s just a stone’s throw from the famous Batu Bolong Beach.

Inside the luxury hotel you’ll find Balinese and Javanese artefacts from across the Indonesian islands and this theme continues as you venture to the villas and suites. Fancy a swim? Some of the rooms come with their own private plunge pools!