Discover a selection of 3,000 holiday home rentals in Kuta Utara that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Stayz holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including pool and private pool. Prices start at AU$ 51 per night, and villas and holiday houses are popular options for a stay in Kuta Utara. Either way, you'll find holiday accommodation for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Immerse yourself in culture with North Kuta villas

North Kuta is often considered the cultural hub of Bali. This is because it's the region in which traditional Balinese culture conjoins with the traveller-friendly atmosphere visitors have come to know and love. From North Kuta, you can access a variety of beaches in the area, including Legian Beach, and you can easily visit numerous shopping centres and high-end restaurants. North Kuta even puts you within proximity of Ubud, so you can enjoy some inland peace and tranquillity in addition to the calm atmosphere of Legian Beach villas.

Things to do

Take your pick of parks, from water to wildlife to cultural

What kid doesn't love a waterpark? Check out Finns Recreation Club and Splash Waterpark Bali for slides, rides and games. Catch a splendid sunset and watch waves crash around the Tanah Lot Temple, where you can also expect lots of Balinese vendors peddling souvenirs. Head south to Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park to ogle at massive Hindu sculptures and catch a local dance performance, or head east to the Bali Zoo to see some exotic animals. For more water fun, just 2 km away you can splash in the shallow waters around the Tegenungan Waterfall.


Summon your spiritual side in the temples of Bali

Want to tap into your spiritual side? Tour one of Bali's Buddhist or Hindu temples, or try a yoga or meditation class. Obviously, the beaches are the big draw in Bali, and North Kuta has plenty of sand where you can park your towel with some bevvies and bask in the sun. The Bali Sea will beckon surfers and scuba divers of all levels, and there are lots of bars and restaurants right on the beach where you can replenish yourself after a day of vigorous water activity. Party-goers can dance the night away at the trendy nightclubs and discos.


Bali's even popular during wet monsoon season

Bali's not too far from the equator, so as you can imagine, this is literally a tropical hot spot. It's almost always humid, and temperatures average around 30 degrees for most of the year, so slather on that sunscreen. Monsoon winds give Bali its distinctive wet and dry seasons, with rain highly likely from November to March. This doesn't stop the travellers though, so these months and especially around the holidays are busy times for North Kuta vacation rentals. Epic waves grace the western coast from May to August, so if you're here to surf, that's a great time to do it.

Natural highlights

Coral reefs, rice paddies and black-sand beaches

The island of Bali boasts some spectacular mountains that soar to more than 2,000 metres, and there are active volcanoes you can tour too, such as Mount Batur. Most North Kuta vacation rentals will put you less than a kilometre from Bali's western coast, which has shallow surf with wide beaches, some of them offering black sand. Marine life thrives in the coral reefs that surround the island, and inland you'll see rice paddy fields with Bali's traditional – and beautifully scenic – Subak irrigation system.

How many holiday accommodation are available around Kuta Utara?

Our 2021 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 3,008 holiday rentals around Kuta Utara. From 2,418 villas to 2,639 holiday houses, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay around Kuta Utara is on Stayz.