Hotels in Indonesia

Indonesia, an archipelago that spans nearly 5,000 km across the equator, is a melange of vibrant colors, panoramic vistas, exciting adventures, rich cultures, and exotic cuisines that blend into what can only be Indonesian. From the elaborate funeral ceremonies in Sulawesi, to the pampering, pristine resorts of Bali, Indonesia involves the traveler in every aspect of its natural wealth and timeless traditions for one heady, but memorable island holiday.

For popular Indonesian stops like Jakarta and Bali, accommodations come in an array of options and competitive rates. There are inexpensive backpacker guesthouses for the budget-conscious, like the losmen or wisma or pondok, which is a popular choice among budget travelers because it only costs around US$10 a night. Then there are the opulent resorts and 5-star hotels for those who have money to burn and want a full holiday experience. The choices run from luxury chain hotels like the Amanresorts group of hotels, which include the Amandari, Amankila, and Amanjiwo, to standalone hotels like the Laguna Resort and Spa.

The vast archipelago of Indonesia presents many destinations worthy of exploring. However, none is as popular as the island of Bali. Enchanting, vibrant, and tranquil at the same time, Bali offers travelers everything from ribbons of perfect beaches, exhilarating surf, temple ceremonies, and rejuvenating massages and therapies. It really is no wonder why Bali is a prime destination among travelers to Asia.

Hotels and resorts are plenty in Bali. The top resorts include Bali Khama, a 5-star property that has Europe-inspired luxury villas, and Waka di Ume, which offers authentic Balinese massages and therapies.