Hotels in Kuta Bali
inclusive of 21% Gov't tax and service charge. No hidden charges.
= US Dollars / Rp. = Indonesian Rupiah
Alam Kulkul 4 star / 80 rooms
Rate: Alam Room $ 85.00 / Family Room $ 115.00 (Rates include breakfast)
Long a favorite for bringing the Balinese way of life into an intimate and charming setting, the Alam Kul Kul continues to set the pace with today's discerning travelers. Contemporary Balinese design together with professional and courteous service and a unbeatable location make the Alam Kul Kul a fine choice.
Inna Kuta Beach Hotel 4 star / 137 rooms
Rate: Standard Rm $ 60.00 / Superior Rm $ 65.00 (Rates include breakfast)
Formerly the Natour Kuta Beach, with premier beachfront location in the heart of Bali's famous resort area, Inna Kuta Beach Hotel is located across the street from the Hard Rock Beach Club Hotel & Hard Rock Cafe and just steps from the several shopping sites.
Kuta Paradiso 5 star / 243 rooms
Rate: Deluxe $ 80.00 / Deluxe Poolview $ 85.00
Distinctly European in flavour, the Kuta Paradiso is located right the cross roads to Kuta, Legian and Tuban, making getting around easy by car or on foot. Rooms are tastefully furnished.
Perdana Dadi Hotel 2 star / 48 rooms
Rate: Standard Rm $ 35.00 (Rate includes breakfast)
A favorite of local businessmen, the Perdana Dadi is located on Jalan Bypass near the airport and its large, clean rooms and friendly staff make it ideal for visitors who are transiting in Bali.
a small, sleepy, hard scrabble fishing village Kuta woke up and
smelled the money. This is Bali's premier beach area. You will either
love the excitement of this unique and dynamic area where East meets
West or not because of the noise and ever present street hawkers.
Kuta today basically refers to the entire area of what used to be
separate villages (Kuta, Legian, Tuban, amongst others) and is the
main entertainment area for tourists - especially famous (and justly
so) for its nightlfe.
Kuta started to develop after it was "discovered" more
or less by Western surfers and backpackers some 35 years ago. As
such Kuta still has a lot of inexpensive - but good - accommodation.
Same goes for the restaurants and shops.
However that being said, Kuta also has it share of fine, family
oriented 3, 4 & 5 star hotels with many hotels and establishments
being renovated & moving upscale.
FYI, in order to remain objective, hotels are listed alphabetically.
We don't favor any hotel for any reason.