Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
The northern section of Sanur has a quieter vibe and is separated from the rest of Sanur by the sprawling Inna Grand Hotel. It's also where the Perama shuttle picks up and drops off and where the boats to Nusa Lembongan and Penida depart from.
Great value near the boat dockJalan Hang Tuah
Pondok Santhi is a tiny little homestay directly behind the Perama bus stop and right next door to Agung and Sue Watering Hole I on Jalan Hang Tua. It's a bit out of the centre of town, but is the ... Read the full review of Pondok Santhi.
Small pool, free WiFiJalan Hang Tuah 54
T: (0361) 286 501; F: (0361) 281 151
Tucked away in northern Sanur, down a little lane off Jalan Hang Tuah, near where the Perama shuttle picks up, is Jambu Inn. It's a small homestay with a tiny swimming pool, free WiFi and older rooms ... Read the full review of Jambu Inn.
Much of Sanur's beachfront is given over to fancy hotels and a smattering of private luxury homes. Some of the hotels are quite aged.
Remains charmingJalan Danau Tamblingan 41
T: (0361) 288 441; F: (0361) 287 930
The grand doyenne of Sanur's tourism industry, popular with the jetset crowd of the 1980s, Tandjung Sari lodgings are all in the form of Balinese-style bungalows, each more than large enough to swing ... Read the full review of Tandjung Sari.
Amazing gardens and poolsJalan Danau Tamblingan 47
T: (0361) 288 181; F: (0361) 288 135
The lush grounds of the Griya Santrian immediately give a feel of a place that is well-managed, with the edges trimmed, the grass cut and all essential weeding done. The middle of the three swimming ... Read the full review of Griya Santrian.
Comfortable mid-range beachside optionJalan Danau Tamblingan 33
T: (0361) 288 427; F: (0361) 288 046
Set on a narrow block running from Danau Tamblingan down to the beachfront, Respati Beach Hotel offers midrange accommodation in a series of mostly two storey buildings in an attractive garden ... Read the full review of Respati Beach Hotel.
A little too pricey for this standardJalan Danau Tamblingan
T: (0361) 288 011; F: (0361) 287 566
The rooms here are expensive, but this massive hotel towards the southern end of Sanur's beach runs like a well-oiled machine with staff always on the move to attend to customer needs. It has a ... Read the full review of Hotel Sanur Beach.
Clean-cut, Western standardJalan Mertasari
T: (0361) 288 833; F: (0361) 287 303
Set at the southern end of Sanur, facing onto Mertasari Beach, the Mercure is expensive, but for the money you get comfort in the knowledge that this place is run to Western standards and that the ... Read the full review of Mercure.
Most of the hotels in Sanur are on Jalan Danau Tamblingan. Hotels here are all close to both the beach and a wide range of restaurants
Best value in SanurJalan Danau Tamblingan 19
T: (0361) 289 902;
There are three types of rooms at Little Pond Homestay in Sanur and they are all incredibly good value. The cheapest rooms, which are normally booked well in advance, have the same access to the lap ... Read the full review of Little Pond Homestay.
Great value homestay with WiFiJalan Danau Tamblingan 188
T: (0361) 288 867;
WiFi is a big draw for many people and in Indonesia it's generally quite difficult to find cheaper accommodation that has it. Set off the beach, a little to the south of the Hyatt Hotel, Lestari ... Read the full review of Lestari Homestay.
Odd location, delightful hotelJl. ByPass Ngurah Rai 209
T: (0361) 286 542;
The name of this delightful place might be a mouthful, but if you're looking for somewhere exceedingly cute to stay off the beach in Sanur, and you've got a big wallet, look no further. Hotel Puri ... Read the full review of Hotel Puri Tempo Doeloe.
For those needing pool and air-conJalan Danau Tamblingan
T: (0361) 270 545; F: (0361) 288 289
If you need air-con and a pool at a good price, this is the place to come. It's located at the end of a quiet laneway off Jalan Danau Tamblingan in Sanur and each of the basic rooms has comfortable ... Read the full review of Agung and Sue Watering Hole II.
Great backpacker valueJalan Danau Tamblingan
T: (0361) 287 391;
The first thing that strikes you when you visit this very popular cheap homestay at the northern end of Sanur on Jalan Danau Tamblingan, is the incredible value on offer for this part of town. The ... Read the full review of Coco Homestay.
A smart flashpacker optionJalan Danau Tamblingan
T: (0361) 281 682; F: (0361) 281 966
The differing prices and room options are a little mind-boggling, but once past this minor issue, this place impresses. The Western management have a clear understanding of Western needs and have ... Read the full review of Flashbacks.
Good upmarket valueJalan Danau Tamblingan 140
T: (0361) 283 609;
This is an odd place that really should be marketing itself as serviced apartments, but is trying to get into the short-term holiday market by pitching itself as a hotel. Each room has a kitchen with ... Read the full review of Sayang Sanur Terrace House.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
Serene courtyard, fantastic valueJalan Danau Tamblingan
T: (0362) 281 730; F: (0362) 289 157
The published prices at this place are not in fact the prices the owners are willing to let the rooms go for -- we were quoted 200,000 rupiah on our visit. With this lower pricing in mind, the value ... Read the full review of Hotel Jati and Homestay.
Simple and tranquilJl Mertasari 36, Sanur
T: (0361) 287413;
Just a few hundred metres away from the sands at the quieter southern end of Sanur beach, Sunhouse Guest House is a cheap and cheerful little oasis with only seven rooms. No shortage of colour in ... Read the full review of Sunhouse Guest House.
Live with a local familyJalan Pantai Sindhu No.9
Ardana Homestay is a little difficult to find due to the fact that there is no sign indicating its existence -- look for the Ardana Car Rental sign. Once inside the family compound, you'll feel like ... Read the full review of Ardana Homestay.
Popular backpacker jointJalan Danau Tamblingan 38
T: (0361) 288 089;
Set at the northern end of Danau Tamlingan, Yulia 1 Homestay in Sanur is popular with the backpacker set because of the big rooms and good value. The rooms are better than at Ary next door, but not ... Read the full review of Yulia 1 Homestay.
One of the cheapest places in townJalan Danau Tamblingan
Sandwiched in the middle of a trio of cheap guesthouses on Danua Tamblingan in Sanur, Ary Accommodation provides very basic rooms which are dark and depressing as much as they are clean and ... Read the full review of Ary Accommodation.
Neat and tidyJalan Danau Tamblingan 190
T: (0361) 287 739; F: (0361) 281 519
There's a choice of rooms, lumbungs and villas at Bali Kembali, but all feature very clean old-school hot water bathrooms and air-con. The main difference between the styles of rooms is their age. ... Read the full review of Bali Kembali Sanur Cottages.
A couple of rough edgesJalan Danau Tamblingan 164
T: (0361) 287 770;
The beautifully carved stone facades of the rooms here really do add an extra dimension to what are otherwise somewhat underwhelming rooms. The beds, pillows and linen are newer than in many places ... Read the full review of Donna Homestay.
A whitewashed hideawayJalan Merta Sari No 2, Sanur
T: (0361) 286 301; F: (0361) 286 302
While much of southern Sanur is given over to cookie-cutter tour group hotels and private residences, the cute Gardenia Guesthouse offers simple but comfortable rooms in a homey garden setting just ... Read the full review of Gardenia Guesthouse and Cafe.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
T: (0361) 301 8888;
We love Bali’s wild and beautiful east coast, and we’re glad to see more places opening in out-of-the-way places to make the most of its stunning views and surf. Komune Resort and Beach Club ... Read the full review of Komune Resort and Beach Club.
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