Here, some review of the top 5 hotels in Bali, Indonesia. Floral offerings, the scent of incense, also ornately carved temples will keep you reminded this Indonesian island has the nickname “The island of the Gods.” For those who haven’t yet visited, Bali can evoke the perspective of tropical rainforest clichés. Still, there is so much more to it than beach life. Its devotion to Balinese Hindu cultures and a busy calendar of rituals that means a cab ride may end up giving you front-row seats to colorful processions. Dressed in dress, sincerity, and the warmth of the villagers’ smiles is heartwarming. Lovingly tended green, green paddy fields vie and thatched ocean-view balés and pools cantilevered over the river valley to your Instagram attention. It is a destination of contrasts–the next choked with motorbikes one minute, a jungle paradise which tunes you into character.

  1. Amankila Hotels

Walk your way to Bali’s less-explored and truly rural east coast. The dramatic horizon comes into view just after the almost-hidden sign for Amankila has nudged you to turn off the road. With greenery stretching for miles below and the island of Nusa Penida in the distance, this is the paradise travelers dream of—a world away from traffic-clogged, built-up Seminyak and Nusa Dua. One of the original Amankila hotels, whose name means “peaceful hill,” remains as magical as ever.

  1. Six Senses Uluwatu

From the moment you get in Six Sense Uluwatu, you feel as if you’re teetering at the earth’s edge. Six Senses Uluwatu is a property built with an infinity-edged blue swath of water that extends to meet with sky and clouds. Behind which lies the pool to end all discussions about the world pool, to a high cliff on Bali’s southern coast. Six Senses is a pioneer in the hospitality sector. Given that Bali is a mecca for health-seekers, they bring their A-game here with a menu of an organic kitchen garden, an Integrated Wellness Screening, and spa treatments.

  1. Hotel Tugu Bali

You instantly transport to Indonesia of yesteryear. In the dimly lit lobby, you realize you’re standing beneath a massive carved pagoda of sorts, which is, in reality, a 150-year-old sacred ceremonial hall which was transported piece by piece. It is one of literally tens of thousands of priceless parts that the proprietor, the collector of antiquities in the country, has installed here in Canggu on Batu Bolong beach’s edge. It is all part of the intention to preserve Indonesia’s near-forgotten cultures (Tugu means “monument”). And it’s just the top of the iceberg. The rooms are composed of villas, many of them based on Javanese homes, and each of them utterly unique. The Rejang Suite, on the top floors of a Javanese house. For example, has rich classic wooden floors, a carved four-poster bed, a sort of rustic sun porch lined with wood-paneled windows of colored glass that overlook the garden.

 

  1. Capella Ubud Hotel Bali

Capella Ubud is also the Bali Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in Bali. The luxury retreat in the Keliki Valley is missed–only the eagle-eyed might spot the dark roofs of the 23 tents, which perch from the river on this steep patch of jungle. Suppose you may place brass monkey figurines one of the fronds and foliage. In that case, they are the first clue that the ingenious designer Bill Bensley has been at play in the leafy center Bali. Step inside this front entrance, and you will be transported back to the early 19th century.

  1. The Legian Bali

The Legian Bali, a traditional five-star hotel, gets repeat guests galore. Hendra Hadiprana’s architecture may seem a small hard-edged, date when you first arrive beyond the high gates. Still, step inside, you will be taken together with the elegant teak antiques, parquet flooring, and exquisite art, all mapped out by interior designer Jaya Ibrahim. With a show-stopping split-level swimming pool, a prime beachfront position, and gardens with tropical flowers, the grounds are incredible. Grand as ever, the 67 suites follow suit with huge marble bathrooms with his-and-hers sinks, tubs and showers, and Acqua di Parma toiletries.

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