Bali isn’t just home to some of the most stunning temples, waterfalls and landscapes on this earth. It’s also home to some of the most stunning and Instagrammable hotels!
From infinity pools overlooking Mount Agung to waking up in a hammock in the middle of the jungle. Bali pretty much caters to everyone’s wishes and needs and does so at a rather affordable price compared to other popular holiday destinations!
Below you’ll find my selection of the most Instagrammable hotels in Bali!
The Most Instagrammable Hotels in Bali
The Udaya is a spectacular hotel located in Ubud and the first hotel I ever had the chance to work together with! Just like anywhere on this magical island the staff are incredibly friendly and will cater to almost all of your wishes.
If you have the option to splurge a little then go for one of the private villa’s that come with a bathtub overlooking the lush jungle and your own private pool.
Bonus points go to the most amazing yoga studio on top of the hotel.
Wapa Di Ume Sidemen
Wapa Di Ume Sidemen is located in one of the most Instagrammable regions in entire Bali. And on the plus side, it’s also one of the lesser known and visited regions.
I originally intended to stay here for just 2 nights but loved the atmosphere and room so much that in the end I booked an extra night. All rooms come with a private balcony overlooking the Balinese jungle and some even have their own private pool!
The main swimming pool is two tiered and the perfect view point to snap some stunning photos!
Kamandalu in Ubud was one of the first hotels in Bali to offer the option of a floating breakfast. For those of you who don’t know what this means: you get a tray filled with delicious breakfast snacks served in the pool. If this is not your cup of tea you can also enjoy a regular breakfast buffet in the main dining room area! For the instafamous floating breakfast expect to pay around 80USD. Rather expensive but it is for 2 people and comes with eggs, pancakes, fresh fruits, rice and noodles AND a bottle of sparkling cider ;).
Other facilities at Kamandalu include a private boat ride, a romantic dinner on one of the tree top decks, an infinity pool overlooking the Balinese jungle and a private jungle swing!
Origin Ubud is the perfect blend of modern architecture and Balinese tradition. Tucked away near the center of Ubud this small boutique hotel is an absolute gem.
Relax in one of their flower baths or in one of the nets over your own private pool.
They provide a free shuttle service to the center of Ubud and are located only 25 minutes driving from the Tegellalang rice terraces.
Kayon Jungle Resort
Kayon Jungle Resort in Ubud is the perfect hotel for a romantic get away. This sanctuary of tropical indulgence is located within the traditional Balinese village of Bresela, Payangan and is just 25 minutes from the cultural heart of Ubud. It’s an adults only resort which isn’t suited for children under the age of 15.
Munduk Moding Plantation
Munduk Moding Plantation is located in the more Northern region in Bali called Munduk. This area of the island is completely different from the rest but it does tend to get a little chilly in the morning and evening.
The infinity pool is one of the main reasons why Munduk Moding Plantation is one of the most Instagrammable hotels in Bali. Make sure to be there for sunset and you’ll feel like you’re walking in between the orange and pink clouds.
It’s a small boutique hotel that consists of several private villa’s. Everyday there are plenty of different activities planned and you can even hire a private driver for the day with your own custom itinerary. This way you can make sure not to miss any of the beautiful locations surrounding this hotel.
The Edge is a truly unique luxury villa resort with spectacular views over the Indian Ocean to the very edge of the world. Located in Uluwatu on the edge of a 530ft cliff this hotel that includes a clifftop day club. This is where the unique swimming pool is located. Seating is limited and typically sells out 6 weeks in advance so make sure to book in time to avoid disappointment!
Patal Kikian Villa
Patal Kikian Villa in Sidemen is the perfect hotel for a romantic get away. The villas are surrounded by lush rice fields and to top it off their infinity pool has the best view on the entire island.
In the morning Mount Agung will reveal itself and don’t forget to enjoy their floating breakfast while you’re at it.
Adiwana Dara Ayu Villas
Adiwana Dara Ayu Villas is a cluster of secluded Adults-Only eco friendly boutique suites & villas near Ubud. Immersed in the lush green of unspoiled scenery and with one of the most stunning swimming pools Bali has to offer.
Jannata Resort and Spa
Jannata Resort & Spa is a boutique property with tranquil valley views in the rural village of Sebali, just outside of Ubud.
Overlooking the rainforest and the Wos River the Jannata Resort & Spa stands on the edge of a stunning valley, surrounded by lush rainforests and picturesque rice terraces.
Origin Seminyak is a modern oasis of tranquility hidden away in one of the side streets of busy Seminyak. It’s the perfect place to relax and explore the trendy bars and restaurants in Seminyak.
Sumberkima Hill Retreat
Welcome to Sumberkima Hill, a luxurious, private villa retreat with dreamlike views painted in all directions. You’ll have the Bali Sea, the volcanoes of Java, Barat National Park right at your doorstep.
Sumberkima Hill lies in North West Bali – a sunshine soaked area that benefits from the breathtaking tropical flora and fauna that call this region home. From the oldest temples of Bali to some of the best diving and snorkeling spots in Indonesia, from a laid back beach culture to a reef restoration project, they have it all!
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