Seminyak is one of the most luxurious destinations on Bali Island. The nightclubs and shopping malls are frequented by celebrities, giving the area an effortlessly cool vibe.
Ready to live the high life in Seminyak Bali? High-end shopping districts and fine-dining restaurants await you. But first, you need to decide where to stay in Seminyak.
Keep reading to see my selection of some of the best boutique hotels in Seminyak, Bali.
- Boutique Hotels in Seminyak
- Grandmas Plus Hotel Seminyak
- Maison at C Boutique Hotel & Spa Seminyak
- IOOVE Tanjung Seminyak Suites
- Destiny Boutique Hotel
- Kresna Suites By Villa Kresna
- La House
- Imani Suites
- Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas
- Bening Hut & Spa
- 7 Bidadari Hotel Seminyak
- T & J Rooms
- Where to Spa in Seminyak
- Where to Eat in Seminyak
- How to Get To Seminyak
- How to get around Seminyak Bali
- When is the best time to visit Seminyak?
- Do you need a Visa for Bali?
- Final Words on Boutique Hotels in Seminyak
Boutique Hotels in Seminyak
Now that you’ve decided where to stay in Bali, it’s time to take a look at some of the best accommodation options in the area.
These are some of the ultimate boutique hotels in Seminyak that are sure to enhance your Bali vacation.
Grandmas Plus Hotel Seminyak
Grandmas Plus Hotel Seminyak is perfect for beach bums as it’s located a mere 2-minutes walk from Seminyak Beach – one of the most popular beaches in the area.
The rooms at this boutique hotel in Seminyak are modern, and the hotel is surrounded by activity. Shops, restaurants, and a buzzing nightlife scene keep guests in a festive mood.
Grandmas Plus Bali has an in-house spa and wellness centre, ensuring you enter a state of pure relaxation during your stay. And if you’re in the mood for a drink, visit the on-site bar for a cocktail or two before heading to one of the trendy restaurants in the area.
When the Bali heat gets a little much, cool off in your room at Grandmas Seminyak with air-conditioning, or lounge around in the pool, making the most of the beautiful weather.
Maison at C Boutique Hotel & Spa Seminyak
This 4-star Bali boutique hotel contains a combination of French and Balinese designs. Spend your days lounging by the pool and indulging in luxurious treatments at the on-site spa and wellness centre at Maison C Seminyak.
Maison at C Hotel & Spa Seminyak is just an 8-minute walk from the beach, which is one of the most popular places to go in Seminyak. When you’re feeling a little peckish, head to La Table, the on-premises Seminyak restaurant serving Italian and Indonesian cuisine. Get your cameras ready to snap a few pics of these picture-perfect meals.
This gorgeous Seminyak hotel offers modern, sleek and beautiful rooms with all the privacy you’ve come to expect at a luxury hotel. The on-site gym makes staying healthy and active easy during your stay.
IOOVE Tanjung Seminyak Suites
If you’re looking to stay in one of the cutest boutique hotels in Seminyak, this is surely it. With a quaint garden and a beautiful terrace, it’ll be hard to find a better hotel in Semiyak for gorgeous photos.
Take a dip in the outdoor pool at IOOVE Seminyak to cool off, and enjoy an all American breakfast in their dining area each morning.
Strung with indoor plants, this little cafe area is probably the quaintest area of the hotel. IOOVE Tanjung Seminyak Suites is a mere 1.6 kilometres from Double Six Beach, where you can easily spend a day sun-tanning on the picturesque white sands.
Destiny Boutique Hotel
Be sure to book a stay in Destiny Boutique Hotels modern rooms, for at least a little while during your time in Seminyak. It’s a 5-minute walk from Seminyak Beach, and a 20-minute walk from Double Six Beach (where you’ll find all the hippest beachside hangouts) – this hotel in Bali’s convenient location is an easy sell.
Hang out by the pool at Destiny Seminyak, enjoy beautiful views from the terrace, or head to the rooftop lounge for a delicious cocktail while you watch the sun dip below the horizon.
The on-site restaurant at Destiny Boutique Hotels Bali serves a wonderful variety of Indonesian and Western dishes that are sure to tantalise the taste buds.
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Kresna Suites By Villa Kresna
Have you always dreamed of staying in your own piece of paradise? Try out these luxury suites surrounded by tropical gardens for one of the most tranquil experiences in Seminyak.
Make the most of Kresna Suites By Villa Kresna at the outdoor swimming pool. Or rent a bicycle from the front desk and explore the area for a day.
If you’re looking for a little seclusion, choose a suite at this luxury hotel Seminyak that offers its own dining area and daybed. Be sure to order breakfast, lunch, dinner, or all three at the Kresna Cafe for a delectable experience.
Kresna suites Seminyak is located just a 5-minute walk from Seminyak Beach, making it the entire package. There isn’t much more you could ask for in a luxury stay in Bali.
If you love plants and staying in a jungle-like environment, you’re going to love this home-away-from-home style accommodation. Spend the day lounging by the pool at La House Seminyak, or head to the many shops and restaurants within a 5-minute walking distance of the hotel.
The accommodation at this Bali hotel is private, homely, and spacious, and the terrace offers stunning views of the luscious garden and pool area. At La House, breakfast is served every morning in your guest room, so expect a breakfast-in-bed type experience every day.
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Imani Suites offers boutique luxury in the heart of Seminyak. Indulge yourself in the suite life at their rooftop pool and bar, where you can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area.
Indulging in a cocktail or glass of wine while watching the sunset from Imani Seminyak’s rooftop location is hard to beat.
The on-site restaurant, Al Diwan, serves delicious Lebanese cuisine. And if you’re in the mood to spice things up, Seminyak Square Shopping Mall and restaurants are just 800 metres away from this boutique hotel in Bali.
Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas
Bal Ayu Hotel & Villas is located just a few minutes’ walk away from Petitenget Street, where you’ll find some of the most popular local restaurants and hangouts. This Seminyak hotel has an outdoor pool; however, if you spring for a villa, you’ll have a private pool all to yourself.
For the ultimate relaxation, have a massage in one of the open-air pavilions at Bali Ayu Seminyak. Bong Pipi is the in-house restaurant where you can have breakfast every morning. A great selection of Asian inspired dishes is served throughout the day too.
Bening Hut & Spa
Bening Hut & Spa is a boutique hotel located just 200 metres from Batu Belig Beach. Each room has a pool view as well as access to the tranquil garden and terrace. Indulge in a continental breakfast each morning before being pampered at the in-house spa.
In the afternoon head to the outdoor pool and bar area at Bening Hut Semiyak for a drink and some socialising, before heading to the on-premises restaurant for dinner.
The whole hotel is beautifully decorated and has a relaxational retreat type atmosphere. The wooden huts at this Bali hotel are covered in decorative plants making guests feel at one with nature.
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7 Bidadari Hotel Seminyak
This wonderfully charming hotel is built around an outdoor pool, meaning every room has stunning pool and garden views. The rooms at this Semiyak boutique hotel are beautifully decorated and fit in perfectly with their tranquil surrounds.
Be sure to book a massage if you’re looking for a relaxing experience during your stay at 7 Bidadari Hotel Seminyak. And if you’re not in the mood to head out to a restaurant, make use of the in-house restaurant and snack bar serving fast food.
T & J Rooms
This small yet elegant boutique hotel is located just 1.2 kilometres from Petitenget Beach. Each small but modern room at T&J Rooms Seminyak looks out over the outdoor pool area. Although there is not much to take part in at T & J Rooms, it’s close to some of the best attractions in Seminyak.
These attractions include Double Six Beach, Batu Belig Beach, and Petitenget Temple. If you’re ready to jump headfirst into Seminyak’s nightlife scene, then be sure to visit Potato Head Beach Club just 1.7 kilometres away.
If partying the night away is not to your taste, then daytime activities like venturing to Oberoi Street, Seminyak Village, and of course The Seminyak Square Shopping Mall will be more fun.
Where to Spa in Seminyak
Seminyak is known for its miles of beaches and for having some fantastic spas. If you are after a day spa in Seminyak here are a few options:
⇒ Bodyworks -try the Cream Hair Bath
⇒ Reday Spa -known for great pedicures
⇒ Spring -offers a blow dry, DJ and cocktail in the evening!
⇒ Prana -one of the oldest spas in the area and great for those staying in the southern part of Seminyak
Where to Eat in Seminyak
There are some amazing Bali restaurants and Seminyak is well known for its fantastic food. Here are a few to try:
⇒ Mejekawi by Ku de Ta is a world-respected restaurant with an amazing beachfront location
⇒ The Plantation Grill offers innovative dishes of grilled meat and seafood in a 1920s setting
⇒ Settimo Cielo at The Layar is a sleek Italian restaurant lit by stunning lanterns
⇒ La Lucciola has amazing ocean and sunset views and all-day eating
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How to Get To Seminyak
After you have your bags head to the official taxi office desk. A taxi from Denpasar Airport to Seminyak will take about 35 minutes and should cost around USD$12. Do check with your hotel as they may well be able to offer a better rate.
How to get around Seminyak Bali
Cycling and walking are the easiest and nicest ways to get around Seminyak. It is easy to get to the best places to visit in Seminyak on two wheels. There are many places in Seminyak to hire a bike.
Seminyak is also filled with local drivers so most tourists take taxis everywhere. The cost is generally quite inexpensive.
When is the best time to visit Seminyak?
The temperature in Seminyak is quite steady across the year. The warmest times to visit tend to be November, December and April.
July to September tend to be the dry season and are considered by most to be the best time of year to visit Seminyak.
Do you need a Visa for Bali?
Residents of most countries, including the USA, UK and Australia, will have to get a visa for Bali. However, you can obtain the Visa once you land at Denpasar airport – it isn’t necessary to get it ahead of time.
At the time of writing this post the cost of the Indonesdian visa was US$25 and it was required to be paid in cash.
Final Words on Boutique Hotels in Seminyak
Seminyak is a stunning place to stay, so why not treat yourself to luxury accommodation while you’re there. Boutique hotels are wonderful as they’re fairly small but often still offer the luxuries and amenities provided by bigger hotels.
I hope this list of fantastic boutique hotels has helped you find exactly what you’re looking for in an accommodation spot. Adventure awaits you around every corner of Seminyak, so be sure to book your stays before heading off to this beautiful destination.
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