Accommodation in Bali

Detailed information about where to leave and how much to pay for accommodation in Bali. This section will be useful to those who visit Bali just for a couple of weeks and for those who want to stay in Bali for a month or longer. Please note that prices for accommodation tend to rise on Christmas and New Year holidays. July and August are also very busy months and if you really want to get into some particular hotel or villa you should book in advance for that period.

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  1. patrick Makenen 05/23/2011, 5:13 am:


    I am looking for some cheap accommodation starting on june 5. I hear homestays are the best way to do this, but I arrive late in the evening (1120 pm) and will need to get transport from denpasar. Do you have any recomendations on where to stay near Uluwatu? or Tuban?

    • admin 05/23/2011, 6:10 am:

      Actually since you arrive quite late you should better stay in a Kuta area at least for a night. The best option is go to Poppies Lane 1 or 2 straight from airport. It is in KUta and will take you about 10 minutes to get there since there would be no traffic jams already at that time I guess. There are a lot of budget places to say, you should just go around these narrow lanes and look for available accommodation at suitable price. How much do you expect to pay for a night?

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