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Where to stay in Senggigi

Batu Bolong and Batu Layar

These two beaches south of Senggigi proper offer a mix of budget digs and more upmarket small resorts. These are not a comfortable walking distance to central Senggigi.


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Jl Raya Senggigi, Batu Layar
1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp
The Chandi
Toprange - 1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi, Batu Layar
T: (0370) 692 198

Just shy of the northern headland of Batu Layar beach, lovely The Chandi is nestled between the road as it snakes up and around the headland and the beach. If you’re driving, it is a very sudden and sharp left turn when coming from the south -- pay attention! The resort itself is lovely. Set on a fair-sized block of land, it enjoys absolute beachfront placement, with a moderately sized, tempting... Read our full review of The Chandi.

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Jl Raya Senggigi 66, Batu Bolong
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Sunset House
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi 66, Batu Bolong
T: (0370) 692 020

If you’re looking for a comfortable midrange option beachfront in the Senggigi area, you could do a lot worse than Sunset House, which sits towards the northern end of Batu Bolong beach. The lawn gardens are lush and well-kept and help to put the busy road to the back of your mind -- relax by the pool, look forward and forget about what is just 50 metres behind you. Rooms are in two-floor... Read our full review of Sunset House.

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"The Hill" Headland between Batu Layar and Batu Bolong
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Sunset Lavinia
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
"The Hill" Headland between Batu Layar and Batu Bolong
T: (0813) 1555 4007

Set on the ridge running back and separating the more southern Batu Layar from Batu Bolong, Sunset Lavinia delivers on views over the valley, the beach and in the distance Bali. It makes for an impressive and secluded sundowner, miles away from the hassle and bustle of Senggigi’s beaches. Traffic noise though, especially on Sunday when all of Lombok seems to drive to Senggigi, can be a bit of a... Read our full review of Sunset Lavinia.

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(0370) 693 717
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Jo Je Boutique Bungalows
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
(0370) 693 717

Set on Batu Bolong Beach, there’s nothing too boutique-ish about Jo Je, but the rooms are clean and the superiors and up are of a decent size. They’re in a small block clustered around an equally compact swimming pool, which, with the beach so close, could have been done without as the grounds feel quite cramped with the pool wedged in. Rooms are spacious, with simple furnishings and basic... Read our full review of Jo Je Boutique Bungalows.

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Jl Raya Senggigi Km 12
Under 150,000 Rp
Made Homestay
Backpacker - Under 150,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi Km 12

Simple and cheap, Made Homestay offers simple rooms in fan-cooled and air-con flavours in a single row running back from the off-beach side of the road. Rooms are very basic and have not aged well -- think lumpy beds, broken chairs out front and decidedly grimy bathrooms. Made’s is a friendly spot -- when we showed up we interrupted a group lunch and were invited to join in on what looked like a... Read our full review of Made Homestay.

Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8, Batu Bolong
150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Transit Hotel
Flashpacker - 150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8, Batu Bolong
T: (0370) 693 002

Immediately to the north of Jo Je, the Transit Hotel offers lower standards at a far more reasonable pricepoint, with around a dozen rooms in a two-storey building running between the beach and the road. At face value, for a setting this close to the beach, it isn’t too bad a value, but the rooms, with air-con and WiFi, are very basic -- this is a case of getting what you pay for. There’s a busy... Read our full review of Transit Hotel.

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Senggigi Beach and Bay

These are the most central strips of beach and accommodation and form the heart of Senggigi proper. This is where you’ll find the bulk of restaurants and bars along with travel agencies and touts -- oh the touts.


Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8
150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Central Inn
Flashpacker - 150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8
T: (0370) 692 006

Right in the centre of Senggigi, Central Inn delivers on reasonable and comfortable flashpacker fare at a not-unreasonable cost. There’s nothing especially memorable about here, but they have a well-priced restaurant, a frangipani-surrounded compact swimming poll (with almost car park views) and the rooms are of a good size. They are clean and well kept too, though we’d say the extra 55,000... Read our full review of Central Inn.

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Jl Raya Senggigi
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Dharmarie Beach and Resort
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi
T: (0370) 693 050

We expected Dharmarie to be quite pricey, but this is your classic Senggigi land bank, and the accommodation is a steal if you don’t mind slightly rundown rooms with decor from the previous century. Business is solely cash only and service is, well, minimal, but what there is is cheery enough. Rooms are air-con and oversized -- plenty enough room to fit in an extra bed -- but very dark within.... Read our full review of Dharmarie Beach and Resort.

Jl Raya Senggigi
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Mascot Beach Resort
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi
T: (0370) 693 365

The oddly named Mascot won’t win any design awards, but the expansive beachside grounds deliver on affordable beachside lodgings facing onto the beach in the heart of Senggigi. Lawn grounds are dotted with freestanding and duplex chalets that are quite spacious and comfortable. There’s zero in the way of flair as far as the rooms go, but they’re air-con throughout with WiFi, TV and deck furniture... Read our full review of Mascot Beach Resort.

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Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8, Senggigi
150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Sendok Restaurant and Hotel
Flashpacker - 150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8, Senggigi
T: (0370) 693 176

If you’re looking for comfortable flashpacker lodgings off the beach in the heart of Senggigi, Sendok is hard to beat. Staff are friendly and helpful, though being greeted welcome home every time you walk in was a bit of a first for us. Rooms come in two main flavours, fan-cooled and air-con, with most rooms being in a duplex setup meandering back through a well loved garden behind the... Read our full review of Sendok Restaurant and Hotel.

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Jl Raya Senggigi 54
Under 150,000 Rp
Sonya Homestay
Backpacker - Under 150,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi 54
T: (0370) 693 447

Long-running Sonya Homestay is located towards the northern part of central Senggigi, not long before the Art Market, down a narrow little gang. When we visited the place was deserted -- not a soul to be seen, but all the rooms were open and made up for guests so we were able to stick our head in. This is typical backpacker homestay fare for Indonesia and, given the location, seemed like a good... Read our full review of Sonya Homestay .

Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8
Under 150,000 Rp
The Wira Cafe & Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under 150,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi Km 8
T: (0370) 692 153

The Wira has an attached (and same-named) restaurant that fronts onto the beach side of the main road through Senggigi but also backs onto the laneway to the beach (opposite Mascot Hotel), giving guests easy access to both the strip and a grotty stretch of Senggigi beach. The accommodation comes in three forms -- air-con, fan-cooled and dormitory -- all in motel-style building. While the air-con... Read our full review of The Wira Cafe & Guesthouse.

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Jl Raya Senggigi Gang Kapitan
Under 150,000 Rp
Pondok Indah Homestay
Backpacker - Under 150,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi Gang Kapitan
T: (0813) 3710 3930

Pondok Indah is a bit out of the way from central Senggigi. You need to follow a signposted gang in a circuitous route from a little to the south of Sunshine Restaurant (but on the off-beach side of the road) and it will eventually deposit you, some 200 metres later, at the homestay. They have a row of simple, clean fan-cooled rooms with private bathroom and WiFi overlooking a well-kept lawn... Read our full review of Pondok Indah Homestay.

Senggigi Beach headland, past the market
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Puri Bunga Beach Cottages
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Senggigi Beach headland, past the market
T: (0370) 693 013

Puri Bunga occupy expansive grounds on the off-beach side of the road opposite the Art Market area towards the northern section of central Senggigi. Rooms are dated and quite shabby -- and certainly not great value. However, we list it because they do have a lot of rooms, so if you’re arriving in peak season, this is probably a decent bet, even if it isn’t very good. There is a large pool down... Read our full review of Puri Bunga Beach Cottages.

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Kerandangan

This is the first stretch of beach north of Senggigi proper, around the headland from the Sheraton. It’s home to just a few midrange spots to stay.


Jl Raya Senggigi, Km 8
400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Pasific Beach Cottages
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Jl Raya Senggigi, Km 8

The butt of some withering online reviews, the friendly staffed Pasific/Pacific (you’ll see it spelled interchangeably) struck us as very much a case of you get what you pay for. Very much an old school landbank, they have two main styles of accommodation -- the older rooms back near the road and the newer rooms down by the pool and overlooking the ocean. Neither are outstanding value, but the... Read our full review of Pasific Beach Cottages.

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Mangsit

Mangsit is about as "luxury lane" as Senggigi gets, but at the southern end of the beach there’s an old landbank worth checking out if you don’t want to pay top dollar for the same strip of sand.


Southern end of Mangsit Beach
1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp
Alang Alang Boutique Beach Resort
Toprange - 1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp
Southern end of Mangsit Beach
T: (0370) 693 518

The Alang Alang is the first of the resorts along Sengiggi’s more premier beach strip, Mangsit. It’s here’s you’ll find the far classier Quincy Villas, and, a beach further north, the lovely Jeeva Klui, but at Alang Alang you can enjoy similar views (if not the beach, as there is a retaining wall here) at a fraction of the price. Rooms are old school -- we assume this is another land bank waiting... Read our full review of Alang Alang Boutique Beach Resort.

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