Seminyak, Indonesia Hotels
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In Southwestern Bali, you'll find a beach town with everything to offer. Whether you're looking to take on Bali's famous surf or relax with a cocktail beside your pool, Seminyak has all you need for a tropical vacation. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Seminyak, Indonesia

Bali Swiss Villa
Bali Swiss Villa
Jl. Dewi Saraswati III No. 88, Seminyak
from $0
W Retreat & Spa Bali
W Retreat & Spa Bali
Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan Seminyak, Denpasar, IDB, Bali
from $0
The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali - MGallery Collection
The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali - MGallery Collection
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8.8
Excellent
Jl. Camplung Tanduk Seminyak Beach, Seminyak
from $0
Bhavana Private Villas
Bhavana Private Villas
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8.1
Excellent
Jalan Pangkung Sari Banjar Taman, Seminyak
from $92
Sun Island Boutique Villas and Spa
Sun Island Boutique Villas and Spa
Jl Raya Seminyak 188, Seminyak
from $138
Kamuela Villas Seminyak
Kamuela Villas Seminyak
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7.9
Good
Jl. Bali Deli, Seminyak
from $107
eqUILIBRIA SEMINYAK
eqUILIBRIA SEMINYAK
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9.2
Excellent
Jalan Wirasaba No 5 Off Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak
from $0
Hotel Vila Lumbung
Hotel Vila Lumbung
Jalan Raya Petitenget, No. 1000 X Petitenget, Seminyak
from $0
Puri Saron Seminyak
Puri Saron Seminyak
Jl. Camplung Tanduk, Seminyak
from $78
Tonys Villas & Resort
Tonys Villas & Resort
Jl. Petitenget Kerobokan, Seminyak
from $56
More About Seminyak, Indonesia Hotels...

Stay at Horison Seminyak Bali for affordable style just a two-minute walk from the beach; head to Ize Seminyak for an incredible view from the rooftop pool; treat yourself with a stay at the W Retreat & Spa Bali Seminyak for some luxury and relaxation with a stunning ocean view; or save money by heading to Guess House Hostel for a modern hostel with a spacious common room. Read on to discover how to find the cheapest hotels in Seminyak.

Ngurah Rai International Airport Provides Quick and Easy Transport Links

Fortunately, for jet-lagged travelers, getting from the airport to Seminyak is simple. From Ngurah Rai International Airport, you can either rent a car from one of the many rental companies or take a prepaid taxi. Budget-minded travelers would be best walking outside of the airport to the main road to try their hand at flagging down a cab. If successful, you'll be rewarded with a cheaper fare.

When you need to head back to the airport, make sure you find a taxi driver willing to use the meter -- you'll find that the trip will end up costing around half of what you paid to get there.

There Are Plenty of Budget Activities in Seminyak

While Seminyak is slightly more upmarket than its neighbors Legian and Kuta, there are still lots of affordable activities to keep you entertained. The surf is small in this part of Bali, making it an ideal spot to try your hand at an introductory surf lesson. Think that surfing sounds a little too much like hard work? Seminyak has some fantastic options for shopping, ranging from designer boutiques to art galleries. Whether you're looking for locally made wooden furniture or a sleek new bikini, you'll find it here. 

It's always worth taking a day trip around Bali, and hiring a driver for the day is simple and inexpensive. Merely approach one of the locals, shouting "Transport!" as you walk around town. You'll need to bargain to gain a reasonable rate, and expect a full day of driving to take around eight hours. Make a trip inland to visit the hippie hangout of Ubud, the fascinating temples scattered around the coastline, the gorgeous rice paddies and volcanoes of the countryside, and secluded beaches you'll have all to yourself. Use Seminyak as a base while you explore Bali in greater depth.

The Monsoon Brings Rain and Discounted Hotels 

Without a doubt, the cheapest time of year to visit Seminyak is during the monsoon (October - April) months when rains frequently lash the island. Don't let that put you off visiting Bali, though! The rainiest months in Bali are actually quite pleasant, weather-wise. The rains are typically limited to afternoon thunderstorms, making the mornings perfect for sunbathing and surfing, and the evenings great for dancing the night away. Use the afternoons to catch up on your reading, or shop until you drop at one of Seminyak's designer boutiques. 

The main advantages to monsoon travel are the reduced crowds and cheaper prices. Seminyak's beaches can become very crowded during high season but when the rains roll around, visitor numbers drop significantly. In order to attract larger numbers of tourists, hotels cut their rates at this time of year. You'll be able to pick up a room in a fancy hotel for almost half if you choose your time of year well. Aim to book as far in advance as possible.

Find a Bargain Using Airbnb

On a budget and longing for the privacy you won't receive in a hostel? Make sure you remember to browse the apartment availability on Airbnb, which gives you the chance to rent an entire home for less than a stay in a hotel. Thanks to Airbnb, you'll be able to find yourself a homey apartment with quiet surroundings, a well-equipped kitchen, a fast and dedicated Internet connection, and the opportunity to live as the local expats do.

In Seminyak, there are thousands of Airbnb apartments to choose from, with most of them working out as cheaper than a similar standard hotel room. Seminyak has over 1,000 entire homes to rent, with 115 of them priced at under $100 a night. Looking for something more affordable? There are plenty of private and shared rooms for under $50 a night.

Hostels in Seminyak Are Affordable and Clean

If you're on a strict budget in Seminyak, you'll be pleased with the hostels you have to choose from. Hostels are great if you're all about exploring and just looking for a place to lay your head at night. Don't blow all your money on accommodation; instead, head for a dorm where you'll be able hang out with interesting travelers from around the world. Opt for a private room if you prefer your nights with guaranteed sleep. 

Guess House Hostel is a clean and modern hostel that integrates Balinese features into its design. With complimentary tea, coffee, and Wi-Fi, you'll have the perfect set-up if you find yourself stuck inside due to rain. There's a lively common room, too, where travelers meet over a beer to discuss the places they've visited. The common room comes complete with large TV screen and pantry. The dorm rooms are air-conditioned and each bed has its own power point so you won't end up squabbling with your neighbor over who gets to charge their technology!

Find Out More About Seminyak

For more information on Seminyak and all there is to do while you're there, navigate to the Bali Tourism Board (http://www.balitourismboard.org/). The website offers information about the entire island of Bali, with specifics on what you can do in Seminyak. Check if your trip is going to coincide with a fun festival, build an itinerary full of sun and surfing, and gain an insider look on the best shops to visit. 

If you have any questions or are looking for advice, head to Lonely Planet's Thorntree Forums for Indonesia (https://www.lonelyplanet.com/thorntree/forums/asia-south-east-asia-islands-peninsula/indonesia). You'll be able to speak to local experts who can help you plan a successful vacation.

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