Book a Break in Bali & Stay in a Boutique Hotel

Book a Break in Bali & Stay in a Boutique Hotel

Amy Van De Casteele

The Indonesian island of Bali is an idyllic tropical paradise, boasting the sought-after attributes of sun, sea and sand, which exemplify our idea of the perfect holiday destination. Steeped in history and culture, this exotic ’Island of the Gods‘ offers so much to see and do, whether you love surfing, spas or exploring ancient temples. If you want to book a break in Bali and stay in a boutique hotel, look no further than and take advantage of our exclusive deals which ensure you the best value for money.

All three of our top selections are located in the charming artists’ colony of Ubud. Nandini Bali Jungle Resort & Spa Ubud is a 5 star hotel overlooking the Ayung River and provides 18 well-appointed guest suites, as well as its own restaurant, spa and monorail, not to mention a free shuttle bus service into Ubud. Also providing lavish 5 star accommodation is the Kajana Mua Villa Hotel which seamlessly blends traditional architecture with modern convenience and boasts a gym, spa and beauty salon. On the outskirts of town, offering panoramic views of the fertile countryside, is Kamandalu Resort and Spa, a picturesque 5 star retreat constructed to resemble a traditional Balinese village with tastefully furnished villas.

While there are countless attractions and beauty spots peppered across the island of Bali, staying in one of our Ubud hotels means you won’t have to venture very far to find fascinating sights and activities to keep you entertained during your vacation. Some of the beautiful local temples include Goa Gajah with its ornate carvings, and Gunung Kawi, supposedly a royal burial complex which lies nestled in a verdant valley and makes for an incredible photo opportunity.

About 30-minutes’ drive northeast of Ubud, Pura Kehen is rumoured to be one of Bali’s prettiest temples, and Tirta Empul is one of the most holy, as well as being home to hot springs which are a favoured bathing place for locals.

In Ubud itself there are numerous interesting museums, art galleries and curio shops where you can purchase stunning artworks and souvenirs for relatives and friends, and if you get peckish there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. Head to Paula’s Rice Terrace Café for spectacular views and tasty western and Balinese dishes, as well as refreshing cold beverages and a selection of imported beers.

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