Bali Villas & Luxury Vacation Home Rentals

The perfect stay
in Bali, Indonesia

Say the words “Tropical paradise” and you’re thinking of Bali. Boasting a rich culture and natural beauty that will take your breath away, it’s not hard to see how this awe-inspiring destination is also known as the ‘Island of the Gods’. You can spend blissful days touring temples, hiking through lush jungles, or lazing on picture-perfect beaches outside your Bali villa while the warm Indian Ocean laps at your toes.

A deeply spiritual island where the sheer magnificence of nature is all around you, Bali offers the trip of a lifetime. One of more than 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali measures 90 50 miles and is filled with beaches of sugar-soft sand, lush forests, and endless archaeological sites. Home to around four million people, it’s friendly and relaxed and offers millions of visitors a genuinely warm welcome every year.

Javanese culture is apparent in all aspects of Bali life, from the Wayang puppet theatres, songs and intricate dancing to the architecture of the island’s temples and the vibrant, spicy cuisine. Water sports lovers are in paradise on Bali, with some of the best diving and snorkeling in the region. A chance encounter with a whale shark is a distinct possibility, as these gentle giants of the ocean are frequent visitors to these waters.

Things you can’t miss
  • Sample island delicacies in a Warung - a small, local eatery that serves traditional food.
  • Experience swimming beneath a tropical waterfall. Bali is home to many waterfalls, and swimming under one is a must-do for any water lovers.
  • No trip to Bali is complete without experiencing the soothing and meditative techniques of Balinese massage.

Our guides & insider insights for Bali

Bali villas you will love

The villas

“What I love about Bali is that while it is an incredibly vibrant destination, with endless temples to explore, lush rice terraces to wander through, and local delights to be sampled at the night markets, this is a versatile and eclectic island, filled with endless charm.”

Kimya Fouladi Travel Advisor
Kimya Fouladi

Why stay with us?

Curated and inspected homes, villas & chalets
Luxury linen and toiletries
Round the clock support
Complimentary weekly clean
Dedicated concierge
Earn & redeem Accor ALL loyalty Reward points
Personal Meet & Greet
Complimentary medical support in partnership with AXA

Enhance your Bali stay

Book additional services to make the most out of your trip. Add services at the time of booking or with your concierge before the stay.
Find peace on the ocean with boat rental complete with your own skipper. Chase that elusive marlin, snorkel or discover a secret cove.

Boat trip experience

Explore your dream destination with VIP car rental. Your dedicated concierge can arrange delivery of your rental car to your door on arrival.

Car rental

Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten the pushchair, we have everything our younger guests need to rent including a selection of age-appropriate toys.

Child toy & equipment rental

Your dedicated concierge can arrange fantastic experiences including helicopter trips or a private guided tour of the sights.

Experiences

Looking forward to some treats and a bottle or two of wine? Your personal concierge can arrange grocery deliveries on arrival and during your stay.

Grocery delivery

Using the best fresh ingredients, your personal chef can create a meal to remember. Why not learn a few culinary tricks with in-home cooking lessons?

Private chef

Ready to try skiing or diving for the first time? We’ll make sure you have all the sports equipment you need to tick off that bucket-list activity.

Sports equipment rental

Let your dedicated concierge take all the hassle out of transfers so you can start your dream vacation from the moment you step off the plane.

Transfer

Find your inner peace with a massage or wellness treatment at your villa, or visit the destination’s best spas for some indulgent ‘you’ time.

Wellness/In-home spa

Essential information

When to visit

JAN
26°C
78F
FEB
26°C
78F
MAR
27°C
80F
APR
27°C
80F
MAY
28°C
82F
JUN
27°C
80F
JUL
27°C
80F
AUG
27°C
80F
SEP
27°C
80F
OCT
27°C
80F
NOV
27°C
80F
DEC
27°C
80F

Please note: these are the average temperatures reported but can vary greatly due to weather conditions such as heatwaves. We kindly invite you to contact us for more information, including confirming if your villa has air conditioning to ensure a comfortable stay.

Best time to go

  • During spring: early spring tends to be a little wet, so the best spring month to visit Bali is April. The rainy season has ended by this point, and the beaches, temples and restaurants are still quiet and peaceful. Once the dry season starts in May, expect the humidity to drop and temperatures to stabilise at around the mid to high-20s °C.

  • During summer: summer in Bali is technically during the ‘winter’ months on the island, but from June onwards until the end of August, you can expect warm, dry weather, lots of festivals, including the Bali Arts Festival, and a vibrant atmosphere. The temperature range doesn’t change much from the spring, and humidity is low.

  • During autumn: as the autumn months draw in, this is the perfect time to visit if you like peace and quiet. Towards the end of the autumn, you may catch the occasional downpour, but these are quickly over, and the island’s sunny skies return quickly. Festivals include the Nusa Dua Fiesta - an event filled with cultural performances, dancing and puppetry.

  • During winter: December brings some heavy thunderstorms, but once again, these move through relatively quickly, giving the island’s jungles a brilliant freshness that’s a pleasure to hike through. Surf conditions are for the experienced only while the temples are getting ready for the Lunar New Year and the most important religious holiday on the island, Galungan.

How to get there

Make the journey as memorable as the arrival. Your dedicated Concierge can arrange transportation from the closest airport or train station to your Bali villa.

By plane

The central hub for air travel in Bali is Ngurah Rai International Airport, located in Tuban. This busy airport connects the island to the rest of the world, particularly Australia and Southeast Asia. There are several domestic airlines serving many of the other Indonesian archipelago locations and are ideal if you want to go island-hopping.

By boat

Ferries run from Java daily, with the crossing taking just 30 minutes. Cruise boats and catamarans also sail into Benoa Harbour from the Gili Islands of Lombok and Nusa Lembongan.

By car

Once on Bali, getting around is easy as the island has a good transport infrastructure. If you want to hire a car, your dedicated concierge can arrange this for you. It is advisable to choose a 4x4, as some of the inland roads can be a little challenging. You will need an international driving permit (IDP) and a current driving licence. Remember that you drive on the left on the island. If you’d prefer not to drive yourself, then your concierge can arrange a VIP transfer direct to your Bali villa on arrival, as well as a private driver for the duration of your trip.

Local tips

  • When visiting temples and holy sites, always cover your shoulders and knees and be respectful of the people around you.
  • It is best to avoid tap water and only drink bottled or filtered water in Bali.
  • Beware of monkeys on the island, while they may look cute, they are notorious for stealing tourist belongings when left unattended.
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