Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Accommodation in Canggu is mainly comprised of private luxury villas for rent and a handful of comfortable hotels. Guesthouses are few and far between. Be sure to check on transport arrangements as you'll need wheels to get anywhere from here.
Excellent valueJl Pantai Berawa, Berawa Beach
T: (0818) 0540 5565;
This little five-room affair is a real gem of a find on Jalan Pantai Berawa, a 10-minute walk from Berawa beach. Friendly Dewi looks after the very well-sized and immaculately clean air-con rooms ... Read the full review of Puri Rama Homestay.
Expensive, but simply lovelyJalan Subak Sari 13, Berawa
T: (0361) 844 6392;
If you're into yoga and Desa Seni falls within your budget, look no further for a place to stay in Bali. This beautiful, small resort is a collection of antique houses transported here from around ... Read the full review of Desa Seni.1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp 1 vote Toprange
Spacious and reasonable valueJl Batu Mejan, Echo Beach
T: (0361) 889 0871;
Ecosfera has the most oddly placed TV arrangement we've seen in a hotel. In both the standard (small flatscreen randomly attached to wall) and the deluxe (large flatscreen attached to wall in ... Read the full review of Ecosfera.
Surfer retreatJalan Kubu Manyar 22, Banjar Pipitan
T: (081) 353 376 872;
The Chillhouse presents itself as a surf retreat providing an all-in-one service for those on a surfing holiday and it does this better than everyone else. Oddly priced in Euros, the focus is on ... Read the full review of The Chillhouse.
Extraordinary extravaganceJalan Pantai Batu Bolong
T: (0361) 731 701; F: (0361) 731 708
This hotel is expensive, but not opulent, extravagant, but not over the top. The first thing you notice when you enter the grand foyer is an impressive statue of Garuda keeping watch over the guests ... Read the full review of Hotel Tugu Bali.Over 2,500,000 Rp 1 vote Luxury
Compact with a poolJl Batu Mejan, Echo Beach
T: (0361) 887 0628; F: (0361) 364 8596
Echoland is a bit of an odd set-up, wedged into the back corner of a clustered development that was obviously paddy a year or so ago. The three-storey venture has fan rooms on the ground floor, ... Read the full review of Echoland.
Yoga and very close to the beachJl Nelayan, Pantai Nelayan
T: (0361) 747 4625;
The activities menu at Villa Serenity reads like a one-stop shop for just about every type of alternative workshop imaginable. But there's a lot more to this place: the resort is in two main sections ... Read the full review of Villa Serenity.
Quality by the beachJalan Pantai Berawa
T: (0361) 730 280; F: (0361) 730 285
Berawa Beach doesn't have a lot of accommodation nearby, but what it does have is right on the beach and is of a high standard. The well-cleaned and maintained property boasts a large swimming pool, ... Read the full review of Legong Keraton Beach Hotel.1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp 1 vote Toprange
Bare, but modernJalan Pantai Batu Mejan
T: (0361) 361 0613;
The Japanese are known for their minimalist styling and perhaps the Balinese owner of this place decided to name the place Jepun Bali Homestay so he didn't have to buy any furniture — because there ... Read the full review of Jepun Bali Homestay.
Homestay behind a convenience storeJalan Pantai Batu Mejan No. 88
T: (0361) 824 7183;
For those wanting to stay away from villa accommodation, this bizarrely located homestay is a good option. Four rooms are set back behind a newly constructed convenience store on the road to Echo ... Read the full review of Canggu Mart Homestay.
Cheap and darkJalan Pantai Pererenan
T: (0361) 848 2925;
Located right at the surf beach of Pantai Pererenan, Pondok Wisata Nyoman provides four very basic dark but clean rooms in a quiet (aside from the crunching surf out front) environment. There’s no ... Read the full review of Pondok Wisata Nyoman.
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