Is a 2-bedroom villa in Bali perfect, or should you upscale?

The island of Bali in Indonesia has become a popular holiday destination for all sorts of Australian travellers. With its sandy beaches, dense cultural centres and proximity to Australia, taking your family to Bali is easier than ever. Booking a 2-bedroom villa in Bali can be perfect for a couple or small family, but if a lot of people are coming along, you may need something larger with 3 or 4 bedrooms. Fortunately, Bali has enough variety among its villas to facilitate virtually any kind of holiday trip.

Where to book your 3-bedroom villa in Bali

Whether you’re looking for a 3-bedroom villa in Bali or something larger like a 4- or 5-bedroom villa, you’ll have to consider where you want to book your stay. Bali is a rather large island, and many of the towns and beaches offer unique experiences you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Many of those towns and beaches are also quite rowdy with party crowds. The festivities can be fun to take part in yourself, but it’s always nice to have an isolated villa to retreat back to when you’re ready to relax. Of course, not every part of the island hosts rowdy crowds. Some destinations in Bali are renowned for their quiet and relaxing atmosphere, so booking a 3-bedroom villa in Bali in those areas may be ideal for travellers looking for a quiet trip away from the hustle and bustle.

4-bedroom villa in Bali in Denpasar

If you want to book your 4-bedroom villa in the cultural centre of Bali, there’s no better location than Denpasar. This city contains both modern markets and attractions like spas, but it’s also home to several historical sites, like the Bajra Sandhi Monument and Bali Temple. Villas in this area tend to focus on comfort and convenience. You’ll generally find them close to public transportation terminals, and they tend to have parking on the property should you choose to hire a car or motorcycle. While many villas have embraced more modern architectural design as the city has grown, you can still find numerous properties with classic Balinese design that emphasises the local culture.

5-bedroom villa in Bali in Kuta

For travellers more interested in the beach, Kuta can certainly provide an unforgettable experience. A former fishing village, Kuta has since grown into a sprawling centre for travellers with a popular sandy beach suitable for swimmers and surfers alike. It also faces west, so Kuta Beach is one of the best places to catch a breathtaking sunset. Local villas tend to take full advantage of the scenic views. Book a 5-bedroom villa in Bali located on Kuta Beach, and you’re likely to have large bay windows and a spacious balcony facing the water, so you can be greeted by the shore every time you look outside. The soothing sea air that often drifts into local villas will further enhance your beachfront holiday experience.

Top picks for a 1-bedroom villa in Bali and greater

Whether you’re looking for a 1-bedroom villa in Bali or something larger, there are a lot of options to sort through. Before you get started on your search, it’s helpful to get an idea of the kinds of features and amenities local villas tend to offer. Take a look at some of the top picks for the local area, and discover just what these villas can offer to you and your family.

3-bedroom villa in Bali with ocean overlook

In South Kuta, you’ll find this 3-bedroom villa in Bali that overlooks the Indian Ocean. Up to 6 people can sleep comfortably throughout its 3 bedrooms, so you can easily bring the whole family along. Each bedroom has its own attached bathroom, and there’s a cosy sitting area that overlooks both the 11-metre private pool and the expansive Indian Ocean. WiFi is available, of course, and there’s a fully equipped modern kitchen.

Hidden 4-bedroom villa in Bali

If you prefer to stay away from the crowds with your accommodation, this 4-bedroom villa in Bali is remarkably secluded, yet it still offers convenient access to local attractions. Throughout its 4 bedrooms, up to 8 people can sleep comfortably, and each bedroom has its own attached bathroom. This villa was crafted with luxury in mind, so you’ll see sleek lines of contemporary design trends mixed with traditional Indonesian themes. One of the best examples of this is the 7-metre long pool and its adjacent meditation hut. You’ll also find a fully stocked self-catering kitchen along with the opportunity to have a massage, manicure and pedicure done at the villa itself.