Kuta is well known for its beach life, and of course, the beach bars.
There are many affordable warungs and shops around – such as market stalls selling beachwear and random knickknacks. Poppies lane is in Kuta, and is popular with surfers, backpackers and travelers who want budget accommodation.
Of course as a tourist hotspot, Kuta is naturally fettered with luxurious hotels of all shapes and sizes, so you can find great luxury resorts at affordable prices too.
For people who love to surf by day, and just party and drink by the beach with friends by night, Kuta is the place to be.
Note: The prices reflected below are the low season rates, and they exclude tax and service charges. Accommodation rates often change with room availability, and low or high seasons. We recommend double checking for the final prices before confirming your booking.
Here’s our selected list of hotels in Kuta – from budget to luxury accommodation.
Are you having trouble hunting for a cheap hotel for that graduation trip with your friends?
At the Asana Agung Putra Hotel, which is just 200 metres away from Kuta beach, you can indulge in all the fun water activities by the beach that you’ve been planning for.
Furthermore, it’s also surrounded by everything else you need for a great holiday – shops, markets, savoury restaurants and the best of Kuta’s nightlife.
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Bonding with your friends won’t be a problem too, as the hotel offers rooms with interconnecting doors, so you get more space to enjoy heart-to-heart talks.
Best of all, you won’t have to worry about that shy guy in your group who needs some quiet time after all that partying – Asana Agung Putra Hotel has two pools, and one is conveniently labelled “Serenity”; perfect for introverts who need some time to recharge.
The other one is called “Party Pool”; complete with swim-up bar; perfect for those party animals.
Photos via: Asana Agung Putra Bali
1-2. Diamonds and glamour for the fashionista: Fashion Hotel Legian Bali
If the name sounds familiar or reminds you of a popular nightspot in Singapore (hint: F Club), you probably guessed it right. Fashion Hotel Legian Bali is owned by the renowned Fashion TV which prides itself as experts of the lifestyle and fashion industry.
Living up to its reputation, the Fashion Hotel Legian Bali is nothing short of being the fashionista of Bali’s hotel industry. Having opened in late 2014, the hotel is modernly and glamorously decorated to make you feel like a celebrity, complete with an amazing rooftop swimming pool – perfect for sunset chill outs instead of crowding with the hordes of tourists at Kuta Beach.
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The hotel closely follows the design of their main logo, which consists of a diamond, so don’t be too surprised to spot various diamonds located in and around the hotel, that are perfect Instagrammable corners.
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And if you can’t sleep without partying, you’ll love the Love F Bar that opens till 3am! With the party located just a few floors above your hotel room, you won’t even have to worry about trying to find a cab to get back safely – just take the lift down and your comfy bed awaits you.
Shopping along the streets of Legian and Seminyak is also just a five-minute walk away from the hotel, with Kuta Beach a 20-minute stroll away.
Who says living a glamorous life means burning your cash? Make all your friends envious with everyday #ootd shots that looks like twice of what you paid for.
1-3. Tastefully modern ‘island getaway’: Fontana hotel
Tucked away in a corner of Kuta lays Fontana hotel, which seems like an island getaway on its own. You wouldn’t believe this hidden gem exists along the busy streets of Kuta.
The design of the hotel is minimalistic yet with a hint of character. With little art pieces that add a splash of colour to white canvas walls, you’ll never be bored while walking around the property.
Enter the lobby to be greeted by a snake-long couch, perfect for chilling with your friends over coffee – without the hassle of having to argue over who gets the comfier seat! You can also choose to enjoy artisan coffee at Sunny 16 Cafe, open 24 hours – perfect for bookworms to catch up on their stories, even at 3am.
And what’s a beach hotel without a pool? You can simply chill by the poolside, surrounded with greens and serenity, and take a long-deserved breather from the everyday hustle and bustle. Perfect for a relaxing swim to calm your nerves too!
Even its restaurant, Portabella Bistro, has an outdoor seating area that allows you to reconnect with mother nature, and feel the warmth of the morning rays above you. If you’re an indoor person, enjoy the other side of Portabella that’s filled with unique decor.
The hotel is just a 10-minute drive away from Seminyak and Double Six Beach, and a 15-minute drive away from the shopping streets of Kuta!
1-4. DeKuta (Rooms start at USD35)
If you’re looking for comfort and style on budget, this modern boutique hotel is the place for you.
Situated just behind the Beachwalk mall near the famous Kuta beach, the location of DeKuta is hard to beat as well!
Rooms are bright and airy with a tasteful décor.
Its stylish lounge bar is worth a visit too!
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Read our Dekuta experience here!
1-5. Bliss Surfer Hotel (Rooms start at USD 30)
Laidback, cool, and pragmatic – all that you’d associate with a surfer dude best describes this budget hotel.
Located in the busy Legian, Bliss Surfer Hotel is also one of the best spots to enjoy the spectacular Bali sunset.
Check out the spacious lounge!
What better place to relax with the sand between your toes and share stories around the bonfire?
Who says you can’t enjoy Bali with the little ones?
Family rooms with bunk beds for kids are available too.
You can even pamper yourself (yes in a budget hotel!) at the Waves Senses Spa located on the fifth floor – with a mini haven of sea-inspired therapies.
1-6. NauHere (Dorms start at USD14 and Private Studio at USD 27)
“Nau” is a Balinese word that means “homey”.
And indeed, you will feel right at home once you step into the lobby of NauHere.
Its outer façade features a funky vertical garden. Doesn’t it remind you of a whimsical home exterior your dad would design?
If your budget is tight, opt for one of the cosy capsule beds.
The middle price range features a mixed dorm-style room.
Of course, you can always splurge on the private studio rooms.
2-1. Shop, party and chill: The Kuta Beach Heritage Hotel (From USD $97 a night)
This boutique hotel will put you in a holiday mood right away, with an architectural style that reflects everything you came here to do: surf, yacht and explore.
Even if you are not outdoorsy, there’s still plenty for you to do.
The shopping district just seven minutes away, where you can get all your souvenirs.
Or you can party the night away—some of the best clubbing Bali has to offer is only a short walk away.
Try the Pyramid Club which has neon stilt walkers, live rock bands and dancers. And at VH Bali, FHM models moonlight as DJs and molecular cocktails are served.
But if you want a bit of quiet and less walking, you can simply choose to cap the night with a drink at the rooftop bar, soak in the infinity pool and gaze at the Kuta beach.
And another bonus – the hotel is also fully accessible to the disabled – very convenient indeed!
2-2. Holiday Inn Baruna for Kids of All Ages (From USD $107)
If you want to spoil your kids with love and attention, book your stay at Holiday Inn Baruna.
This budget-friendly hotel is just 10 minutes from the airport, and located in close proximity to major attractions in Bali.
As a resort in South Kuta, you know you are staying where the action is.
Holiday Inn Baruna has special offers and packages for families, such as the Kids Stay and Eat Free offer, where kids below 12 with an accompanying adult can eat for free at its in-house restaurant.
Most parents would sneak some relaxing time at the spa, but if you want to make it a bonding moment for both kids and teens, the resort has a special spa menu for them.
Its Rascal’s Kids Club has plenty of activities for the kids, along with its kiddie pool.