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  • Alila Manggis 53 rooms from $159

    Karangasem, Indonesia

    Secluded seaside resort offering a tranquil stay between the sea and Mount Agung, Bali's most sacred mountain. Offers a spa, restaurant, swimming pool, yoga pavilion and great bicycle rides. Also provides a shuttle bus service into the centre of town, free WiFi throughout the hotel and taichi.

    Hills & mountains  -  Bali's most sacred mountain nearby
    Swimming Pool  -  Inverted pyramid pool running deeper towards the center.
    Cooking classes  -  Check for timings.
    Spa
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  • The Purist Villas & Spa from $175

    Ubud, Bali

    Villa-resort set in tropical gardens. Each private villa has contemporary decor, with stone walls, sun decks, wooden artworks and some with private pools. Outstanding spa, outdoor pool, yoga pavilion and gardens. Superb Balinese cuisine served in villas. Intimate and luxurious.

    Hideaway  -  Enjoy the seclusion of a private villa with pool, 24-hour butler service, the surrounding rainforest and excellent spa
    Local markets  -  Ubud is renowned for antiques and homeware markets
    Sights nearby  -  Head into Ubud to visit the many temples
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape
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  • Qunci Villas 78 rooms from $179

    Lombok

    Exquisite resort surrounded by lush vegetation, on Mangsit Beach. Chic suites with private balconies and original local art, villas add infinity pools and living areas. Yummy food served in a casual setting. Spectacular forest and beach views.

    Romantic Break  -  Private and romantic, think candlelit dining on the beach, outdoor showers and breakfast taken on your private balcony.
    Hideaway  -  Delcicious food, pristine beaches, luxurious villas and pampering spa treatments allow no reason to leave the property!
    Birdwatching  -  Sit out on your private balcony in the lush canopy and watch for the wide variety of local birds.
    Great walks  -  The resort faces onto the beautiful Mangsit Beach, perfect for a tranquil early morning walk.
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  • The Oberoi, Lombok 50 rooms from $328

    North Lombok

    Luxury tropical resort on a stunning tranquil island. Balinese styled cottages with four poster beds and private balconies with sea or garden views. The hotel boasts a range of romantic dining venues for couples, a glorious spa and whole host of beachside activities. An ideal retreat for couples.

    Hideaway  -  Nestled in a 24-acre private estate on the blissfully quiet island of Lombok, boasting secluded villas with elegant furnishings.
    Spa breaks  -  Indulge yourself in the glorious spa providing traditional Balinese, Thai, Western and signature Oberoi therapies.
    Local markets  -  Explore the market of Tanjung village having arrived in the traditional manner by horse drawn cart.
    Diving  -  Make the most of the crystal clear waters from the hotels dedicated PADI certified dive centre.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Small Luxury Hotels
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  • The Sanchaya 30 rooms from $538

    Kepulauan Riau, Bintan

    Beautiful 5* beachfront resort property. All luxuriously appointed rooms are either villas or suites, with bespoke interior features and quirky decorative touches. 50m infinity pool, spa and gym. Delicious dining using local ingredients and herbs from their own organic herb garden. A rare treat.

    Romantic Break  -  Private villas, gourmet in room dining and couples spa treatments - you can real spoil yourselves
    Beach Life  -  With its own private stretch of white sandy beach this is ultimate beach living
    Sailing  -  Along the Sebung River - look out for jumping macaques and silver leaf monkeys
    Birdwatching  -  Bintan Island is a bird watchers paradise
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Alila Manggis 53 rooms from $159

    Karangasem, Indonesia

    Secluded seaside resort offering a tranquil stay between the sea and Mount Agung, Bali's most sacred mountain. Offers a spa, restaurant, swimming pool, yoga pavilion and great bicycle rides. Also provides a shuttle bus service into the centre of town, free WiFi throughout the hotel and taichi.

    Hills & mountains  -  Bali's most sacred mountain nearby
    Swimming Pool  -  Inverted pyramid pool running deeper towards the center.
    Cooking classes  -  Check for timings.
    Spa
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  • Matahari Beach Resort 32 rooms from $190

    Kab. Buleleng, Indonesia

    Traditional, handmade Balinese bungalows situated on a private beach. As well as outstanding spa facilities, massages and entertainment there is a gourmet restaurant. Receive a warm Balinese welcome and make the most of the luxurious facilities and stunning tropical gardens.

    On the beach  -  Private beach area
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Spa
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Choosing the best places to stay in Indonesia for you requires at least an idea of which facets of Indonesia you want to discover. Mysterious Bali has the luxury beach resorts, Lombok is famously beautiful both in and out of the water, and Lombok and the Gili Islands are the place to come for divers and snorkelers.

Capital Jakarta is a heaving metropolis in the crazy, energetic South East Asian sense, and at the opposite end of the scale are the wild islands of Flores, Komodo and Rinca. It's a cliche, but there really is something for everyone here.

Indonesia is a land of almost infinite variety. Firstly it's smattering of islands, from the very large to the very tiny, spread 5,000 kilometres along the equator, and that's a lot of opportunity for local indigenous plants and animals to develop in their own diverse eco-systems. And they have. There are parts of Indonesia which are still virgin to Western explorers. And secondly the population is edging up around 250 million, but exists in such separate ways - on 6,000 inhabited islands - that this is more like a hundred different cultures and countries than one.

Indonesia's people, cultures and landscape are spectacularly varied, but the weather is uniform. There are two seasons: wet and dry. Both are tropically hot.

If you're looking for the best places to stay in Indonesia to relax you really will be spoilt for choice.

Likewise if you enjoy poking around local markets and atmospheric old temples then Indonesia is your oyster.

If you want memorable, Indonesia offers up:

  • the Orangutan Feeding Centre at Bukit Lawang;
  • Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park for some of the world's scariest volcanic landscapes;
  • Kelimutu National Park with its three deep volcanic lakes shrouded in mist;
  • Sumatra's Kerinci Seblat National Park, for the big game and giant rafflesia flowers;
  • Danau Sentani, a huge lake with its own 19 islands dotted with wonderfully traditional Papuan wooden fishing villages on stilts;
  • the highlands of Tana Toraja, another richly traditional place where the old farming cultures live on and you can really see how diverse people's lives are;
  • Komodo for its dragons;
  • the Gili Islands or the Raja Amput Islands for their spectacular coral reefs and diverse marine life;
  • and Java's wonderful ancient temples.

But those are just the very tip of Indonesia's many magical possibilities.

Best Places to Stay in Indonesia

Jakarta

  • If the temples of Prambanan and Borobudur are on your 'to do' list then Yogyakarta is a good base. It's also considered Jakarta's cultural hub and this is where you'll find many museums and galleries.

Bali

  • Ubud is probably the best place to stay in Bali if you're interested in experiencing the colour of her culture. This is museum and gallery central. And a short driving distance from some of the most beautiful of the island's 20,000 temples. This used to be where the backpackers and artists came, but now there are plenty of luxurious options for food, drink and sleep as well. Uma Ubud is a great place to come to relax in luxurious, tropical elegance, right in amongst the mist of the rice paddies. Or try Bambu Indah where you sleep in traditional thatched homes with open air bathrooms and vast verandahs.
  • Denpesar is Bali's capital and this is where you'll find the liveliest nightlight, best restaurants and bars and the Grand Dame resorts, like The Oberoi and the Four Seasons Jimbaran.
  • Shambhala's 30 suites are in nine individually designed villas, each with their own pool and facilities, so this is a wonderful spot for some privacy. And its location means it's also good for a spot of adventure.

Lombok

  • The Oberoi does an excellent job of ticking all the boxes; it's beside its own sandy beach, has private, thatched roofed villas, has an award winning spa, gorgeous tropical gardens and is next to an 18 hole golf course.
  • The Qunci Villas is another dreamy beach resort with an infinity pool overlooking a sandy beach and the vast ocean beyond. Well spaced and generous sized villas mean this is also one of the best places to stay in Indonesia if you want a family resort holiday.

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