The Most Unique Hotels in Bali For the Holiday of a Lifetime

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The Most Unique Hotels in Bali For the Holiday of a Lifetime

As a long-established destination in the travel scene, Bali is a paradise with dozens of excellent choices to stay. From luxury resorts to humble hostels, the island offers some of the world's most unique and exotic accommodation. There are countless five-star establishments and apart from the usual international high-end hotels you'll also find Bali is also home to some precious hidden gems the likes of which you've probably never seen before.

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The Most Unique Hotels in Bali For the Holiday of a Lifetime

Sharma Springs. Green Village

Nestled right by the terraced slopes of the Ayung River in Bali, these twelve uniquely hand-constructed bamboo houses and villas were constructed to make part of the 'Green Village'. Among the well-designed bamboo urban landscape, the Sharma Springs villa is currently the tallest bamboo structure not only in the complex but on the entire island. This bamboo villa is an architectural wonder, being featured on various media outlets around the world. The villa features four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a spacious living room, a private plunge pool and a guest house, perfect for a festive occasion or family vacations.

Jungle Bubble Lodge

The landscape of every Instagrammer's dream, this bubble dome is a one-of-a-kind space that you definitely won't find anywhere else. The dreamy dome overlooks breathtaking views of green jungle lush, riverbanks and the mighty Mount Agung. Falling asleep with the stars and waking with the sunrise, the unique setting and equally beautiful surroundings will make it an experience you will not forget.

Katamama Hotel

One of the hippest hospitality group that has been making a buzz among South East Asia, the Potato Head Family presented a new addition within its Seminyak compound right next to their beach club that has maintained a spot as the neighborhood's popular landmark. With their attempt to restore Balinese ancient traditions, the award-winning design of this hotel was built from over 1.5 million of hand-pressed red bricks. Beyond brick towers, Katamama offers a rich cultural programming which spans wellness, art, mixology and music - hence why they're frequently visited by cool artists such as Peggy Gou.

Sensation Boutique Hotel

Mimicking the shape of white floating clouds, the Sensation Boutique Hotel deliver guests superior luxury and innovation through their aesthetically unique architecture. The resort blend serenity and understated elegance with three villas that were named the sky, sea and earth. The expansive windows offer remarkable views of the Indian Ocean and surrounding lush greenery, right from inside your dome that will instantly make you float to seventh heaven.

COMO Uma Canggu

The emerging luxury hotel group COMO hotels makes its expansion into the South East by opening its first international five-star hotel opening in Bali. Right by the Echo Beach Canggu, guests can enjoy the island’s best surf breaks just footsteps from their door. One of the most picture perfect spot in this resort is their expansive arc-shaped pool deck that provides you unparalleled views of the vast ocean.

Morabito Art Cliff

Can you imagine being transported to six of world's most exotic destinations just in one spot? The Morabito Art Cliff villa in Uluwatu offer you the privilege to travel around Santorini, Cartagena, Capri, Miami, Manhattan and Venice with their themed villas designed by Paris based Pascal Morabito. Lucky for you there’s no need to pay a hefty price for a flight from Greece to United States, because this villa can be enjoyed within the top of Bali's finest cliffs.

The Camaya

Another unique bamboo-built establishment, the Camaya is one of Bali's hottest hotels at the moment. If you're lucky, you might get a slot amidst their packed booking schedule. Off the beaten path of Bali, Camaya is located in a secluded location around 90 minutes drive from Ubud. Relax and lie down hanging on the nets by the bamboo balcony with the most magical view over the green lush jungle valley and Bali's sacred Mount Agung.

Mara River Safari Lodge

Located within the grounds of the Bali Safari Marine Park, the Mara River Safari Lodge in Bali gives a unique holiday experience with a safari-themed getaway. This resort is fully equipped with open air terraces, giving guests the opportunity to observe different animals at close range right by their bedrooms. Adventurous travelers can look forward to watching and even feeding the wild animals from their own balcony as well as enjoying other fun activities such as night safaris and cultural shows.


Indonesia’s tropical island of Bali continues to be treasured as a bucket-list destination, providing thousands of visitors uniquely magical experiences every year. Travelers can immerse themselves in pristine nature and innovative architecture in these one of a kind resorts. Providing a picturesque backdrop to Bali’s colorful, deeply spiritual and unique culture that you won't find anywhere else in the world.