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Luxury Hotels in Indonesia

Below are a selection of hotels and resorts that we recommend in Indonesia, grouped by region. Our dedicated team have hand picked the very best luxury resorts and stylish boutique hotels for your Indonesian holiday...


    • Belmond Jimbaran Puri

      Belmond Jimbaran Puri embraces all that we love about Bali. The style is relaxed, service friendly; the design a nod to local traditions. Shady thatched roofs keep you cool, whilst swathes of highly polished teak create a warm authentic vibe. 

    • Bisma Eight Ubud

      This all-suite and super-stylish boutique resort is uber chic, funky and ideally located close to the centre of leafy Ubud. The unique design combines contemporary raw-concrete architecture with a rustic and local finish to create an urban retreat with a Balinese edge.

    • The Samaya Seminyak

      Occasionally we find a resort that quite simply ticks all the boxes and Samaya Seminyak does just that – the location is spot on, right on the beach and close to restaurants and bars and the pool villas are stylish and spacious.

    • Uma Ubud

      One of our favourite Ubud retreats is Uma Ubud, a rustically stylish escape. The hillside location makes for exceptional valley views and the signature spa is regarded as one of the best around. 

    • Alila Villas Uluwatu

      Uber-modern’, ‘poised’ and ‘edgy’ all define Alila Uluwatu; a resort perched somewhat precariously on a plateau, beneath which limestone cliffs plunge to the surf. This place screams, shouts and stamps wow factor! 

    • Amankila

      Amankila scores a perfect ten when it comes to location. Silver sand, turquoise water and the dense emerald green jungle rising in the distance, you are only an hour from the airport, yet transported effortlessly into the rural heart of Bali. 

    • Amanwana

      In a pristine cove, overlooking the untouched reefs of the Flores Sea the twenty tents that comprise the wilderness ‘camp’ of Amanwana offer an experience that is unlike any other we have found in  Indonesia. 

    • Ametis Villas, Canggu

      Ametis is a charming romantic hideaway, tucked away behind the cool cafés and sophisticated boutiques of up-and-coming Canggu, a five-minute walk from the beach. This intimate sanctuary is boutique retreat at its best, with a sleek contemporary flair subtly complemented with touches of Balinese artefacts and artwork reflecting the edgy neighbourhood. Dark woods combined with beautiful batik fabrics create a relaxed environment with a real sense of place.

    • Blue Karma, Ubud

      We always love stumbling across hidden gems on our travels and Blue Karma, a gorgeous little boutique retreat is just that. Designed in harmony with the environment with local timbers and traditional Balinese furnishings, this is an authentic retreat, perfect for those looking to get away from it all and relax. Two things stand out for us here – one is the small touches that such a small resort offers, friendly staff who address you personally and the second is the stunning setting with views to the rice terraces one way and jungle the other, you really do feel remote and yet Ubud is just 10 minutes’ drive away if you wish to get out and explore the region.  The resort runs a complimentary shuttle or can arrange private transfers for you.

    • Capella Ubud

      With a stunning setting, surrounded by paddy fields and overlooking the jungle and Wos River, the impressive Capella Ubud is a luxury tented retreat located in the authentic village of Keliki, about 20 minutes from the centre of Ubud. 

    • COMO Shambala Estate

      COMO Shambala Estate is a resort like no other in Ubud, from the moment you step enter you’ll feel relaxed – this is partly down to the spectacular setting of this beautiful resort, the wellness emphasis which creates a zen like atmosphere throughout the grounds and rooms. But the COMO staff make this experience special... upon arrival you are greeted by a personal assistant who helps with plan your daily itinerary of activities and meals, and whatever else is needed.

    • Hotel Indigo Seminyak

      Tucked away in colourful Seminyak, Hotel Indigo is a refreshingly different boutique option for those seeking beach living and a chic contemporary style.

    • Kayumanis Jimbaran

      The 19 thatched villas of the Kayumanis Jimbaran Private Estate are set amidst a beautiful coconut grove, in completely private walled gardens providing the ultimate in luxury and privacy.

    • Mandapa Reserve, Ubud

      Boasting one of the most breathtakingly beautiful settings in the outskirts of Ubud, Mandapa Reserve is situated on the edge of the Ayung Valley.  

    • Menjangan Dynasty Resort

      Menjangan Dynasty is a unique tented retreat, located on a beachy headland facing the West Bali national park and across the island towards the jungle clad mountains of Bali.

    • Plataran Menjangan

      A stay at Plataran Menjangan is like no other in Bali. Tucked away in the protected sanctuary of West Bali National Park, Plataran is a truly luxurious hideaway, but is also a place to find a natural wilderness and inject a completely unique experience to your Bali holiday.

    • SaIling in Bali & Indonesia

      Cruise around the world’s largest archipelago of Indonesia. We have teamed up Dream Yacht Charter and now offer a sensational sailing itinerary around Indonesia. You can either charter your own boat or travel with a few like-minded couples on a more affordable ‘by the cabin’ shared catamaran charter.

    • Sanak Retreat

      Sanak is a luxurious retreat nestled right on top of farmed rice paddies, just 10 minutes from Munduk in the mountainous north of Bali, just 10 minutes from Munduk. The Western Mountains sit to your left and clove plantations to your right, with a wide sweeping valley spread out in front with endless rice paddies – to say the view is sensational is an understatement. This is a true eco retreat, built in harmony with its surrounds, supporting the local community, giving work to the people in the local village.

    • Sandat Glamping Tents

      Just a 10 minute drive from central Ubud and surrounded by jungle and rice fields, Sandat Glamping offers a twist on the usual boutique hotel.

    • Six Senses Uluwatu

      Set atop a rugged cliff, Six Senses Uluwatu offers gorgeous panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Using only local materials, the resort has been cleverly designed to combine the natural style of Six Senses we all know and love with the local Balinese culture. 

    • Soori Bali (formerly Alila)

      What we love most about Alila Soori is its complete sense of place. The pool, spa and rooms are beautiful but it’s the experiences created to immerse you in what makes Bali so magical, that we find most intriguing. 

    • Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali

      This is the perfect place for a truly authentic and genuine insight in to the rich, cultural heritage of Bali. The location is remote, rural and completely unspoilt, the ambiance incredibly relaxing and the sense of peace you leave with, unmistakable.

    • The Elysian

      This contemporary pool villa resort is in the very heart of Seminyak, a chic, glamorous spot home to stylish boutiques, restaurants and bars, all within walking distance.

    • The Legian

      An all-suite hotel with 78 rooms on three floors, the Legian is situated on one of the best beaches in Bali. Located in lively Seminyak, there are several restaurants within walking distance.

    • The Pavilions Bali

      The Pavilions is a real Turquoise favourite. Location-wise, it is pretty much perfect - within walking distance of local restaurants, cafes and the beach, with beautiful tropical gardens and a charming traditional Balinese design.

    • The Samaya Ubud

      Spectacularly located amidst the rice fields and verdant hillsides of Ubud’s beautiful Ayung Valley, the resort offers 19 spacious villas, each with its own private pool – and all discreetly nestled into the hillside.

    Flores and Komodo Islands

    • Komodo Island Cruise

      We work with a number of different yachts from luxury yachts with a minimum of three nights to comfortable but simple, traditional Phinisi boats which offer two and three night itineraries. This is purely an example of an itinerary based on Cajoma III, a traditional private teak boat with two air conditioned cabins with toilets attached, a main lobby, guide room and separate crew area. Guests can relax on the leisure deck at the front or the sundeck on top.


    • Amanjiwo Borobudur Resort

      Tucked into the Menoreh Hills facing the Kedu Plains with clear views to Borobudur Temple, Amanjiwo is a serene retreat from which to explore this region of Central Java. Built in a style similar to that of the Borobudur Temple itself, the resort is really something – with its main structure being a circular limestone monolith centred by a soaring bell-shaped rotunda. Marble steps lead down from The Bar to The Restaurant with its silver-leaf ceiling, drop fans, teak wood floors all in traditional Javanese style and pretty impressive.

    • Jiwa Jawa Resort, Mount Bromo

      Mount Bromo is one of Java’s most iconic landscapes and this charming mountain lodge is located within striking distance of the national park – an ideal place to stay the night before heading to the rim for breathtaking views at sunrise. The resort has 50 contemporary rooms with ensuite bathrooms and warm running water, which is quite a rarity in this remote region. The rooms are simple but comfortable and for more space you can upgrade to a Junior Suite with a separate living space. The luxury here is the location.

    • MesaStila, Central Java

      Located several hundred metres above the plains of Central Java, with a spectacular setting encircled by eight magnificent volcanoes and set within fifty-five acres of gardens, plantation and tropical jungle this retreat is truly special and a wonderful place to unwind at the start of your holiday to Indonesia. Basing yourself at Mesa Stila you are half way between the cities of Yogyakarta and Semarang (approx. 1.5 – 2 hours’ drive, both are accessible with a direct flight from Singapore) and are only one hour’s drive from the magnificent Borobudur temple, an easy day tour from here.

    • Plataran Borobudur

      Within striking distance of Borobudur Temple, with fantastic views across to the temples and surrounding hills and forests, Plataran Borobudur is a gorgeous place to base yourself to explore this region. One and a half hours drive from Jogjakarta airport perched on the edge of of the hills of Tanjungan Village, Magean in Central Java, this boutique resort is built in harmony with its surrounds with a traditional Javanese style and a contemporary finish – the use of local timbers, authentic Javanese antiques and a warm friendly local welcome all create a sense of place.


    • Jeeva Klui

      Charming and authentic this eco-sustainable resort is set on a quiet stretch of beach. Recycled timber, handmade terracotta tiles and bamboo weaves make for a traditional, yet sophisticated, style of accommodation and the overall feel of the resort is reminiscent of rural Sasak villages.

    • Qunci Villas

      Qunci Villas offers fantastic value for money and a warm welcome, accommodation is exceptionally comfortable and charming, the décor is cool with clean lines, expanses of polished wood, tactile textiles and splashes of local art.

    • The Oberoi Lombok

      This beautiful resort is tucked away on a private beach at Medana Bay amongst acres of tropical gardens and the setting is, quite simply, beautiful.

    • Hotel Tugu Lombok

      A quirky boutique hotel on one of Lombok’s best beaches. Hotel Tugu Lombok is set on the undeveloped northwest coast of the island and is surrounded by empty green fields, plantations, small traditional villages and virgin landscapes. 

    • Sudamala

      This intimate, boutique resort is a real find with a clever blend of Sasak style and modern, contemporary features, we love the intricate wooden carvings, traditional thatched roofs and use of plenty of local artwork.

    Riau & Anambas Islands

    • Bawah Reserve

      Barely visible on a map, Bawah Reserve is a true Robinson Crusoe Hideaway, an almost Maldivian style  scattering of islands located somewhere in the middle of the South China Sea between Mainland Malaysia and the island of Borneo.


    • Nihi Sumba

      On the remote island of Sumba, an hour’s flight east from Bali, we have found a unique sustainable resort – in our opinion one of the finest resorts in the world – Nihi Sumba.

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!