Luxury Hotels in Bali

Jambuluwuk Oceano Hotel

Rating: 8.7

Located minutes away from the impressive Petitenget Beach, Jambuluwuk Oceano Seminyak Hotel is an elegant Balinese retreat. There’s no shortage of things to do with the luxury hotel’s convenient proximity to nightclubs, cafes, and restaurants. The hotel offers a shuttle that takes guests to and from Ngurah Rai International Airport, only 12 kilometers away. Guests can choose from seven rooms and suites, ranging from the Superior room to the Jambuluwuk Suite.

A handful of the accommodations have views of the pool or direct access to the pool. Accommodations come with individual air-conditioning units, private bathrooms, and coffee and tea makers. The suites have private balconies spacious bathrooms with deep tubs. When not enjoying the nearby beach, guests can indulge at the hotel’s Melah Spa. This intimate rooftop getaway offers premium body treatments and also boasts a hair salon. Next to the spa is a fitness centre that features state-of-art equipment and a steam room and jacuzzi.

The hotel’s rooftop also features The Clubhouse, a fine-dining venue that features traditional Indonesian cuisine and locally brewed coffee. There’s also the Oceano Sky Lounge, a charming setting for weddings and private gatherings. For those that want some ‘adult time,’ the hotel’s Cening Kids Club offers childcare from 9 AM to 6 PM daily.


The Oberoi Beach Resort – Seminyak

Rating: 8.7

Located on the south shore of The Last Paradise, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali is a five-star luxury hotel on six hectares of land. The resort is right on the picturesque Kayu Aya Beach. Although the resort offers a secluded retreat, there’s a variety of Balinese eateries and shopping centers nearby.

The Oberoi Beach Resort features extravagant accommodations, including the Lanai Room Garden View and Ocean View Villa with a Private Pool. Each room and villa feature traditional thatched roofs, private outdoor sitting areas, and Balinese cane furniture. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the resort’s gardens or the Indian Ocean.

Steps away from the beach are three dining options – Frangipani Café, Kura Kura Restaurant, and Kayu Bar. The café and restaurant offer a unique blend of American, European, and Indonesian flavours. Kayu Bar is the go-to place for mouthwatering handcrafted cocktails and light appetizers.

With its Garden by the Sea and Exotica Villa venues, The Oberoi Beach Resort is a popular wedding destination. If not enjoying the beachfront or private pools, guests can wind down at The Oberoi Spa, an intimate wellness centre with a mixture of Western, Oberoi, and Balinese treatments. There’s also a fitness centre with weight machines, treadmills, and ellipticals.