|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in Indonesia:||$142/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$5/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
D'astri Guest House
Jl. Pasar Sindu No 17 A Sanur, Denpasar, Indonesia
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Jalan Raja Inal Siregar, Batunadua Jae, Padangsidimpuan Batunadua, Batunadua Jae, Padangsidimpuan Batunadua, Kota Padang Sidempuan, Sumatera Utara, Padangsidempuan, Indonesia
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Hard Rock Hotel Bali
Jalan Pantai Banjar Pande Mas, Kuta, Indonesia
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With more than 17,000 islands scattered between the Indian and Pacific oceans, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. It’s been an important trade hub since the 7th century, with the Portuguese, British and Dutch all leaving their mark. From the rainforested highlands of West Papua to the ancient ruins of Java, it’s a country that dazzles for its geographic and cultural diversity.
Whether you want to bliss-out on the beaches of Bali, trek to smoking volcanoes in Java or delve into the local culture of Tana Toraja, Indonesia’s attractions are as abundant as its islands.
Experience Bali. Ringed by white and black sand beaches pounded by legendary surf, Bali is the jewel in the crown of Indonesia’s tourism industry. You can trek up the slopes of jungle-clad volcanoes and photograph picture-perfect rice paddies, all while discovering the island’s unique Hindu culture.
Snorkel or dive Komodo National Park. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Komodo Islands are surrounded by marine-rich waters that offer some of the world’s best underwater adventures. On land, you can come face-to-face with the endemic Komodo dragon or relax on aptly-named Pink Beach.
Go volcano trekking in East Java. Situated within the dramatic Tengger massif, the smoking volcano of Mount Bromo is an icon of East Java. Pre-dawn treks are essential when visiting Ijen Crater to see its electric-blue flames rising from the luminous yellow sulphur rocks.
Discover Tana Toraja. Set within the rugged mountains of Sulawesi, Tana Toraja is home to a culture like no other where death is a celebration of life. Witness the elaborately painted, boat-shaped houses and see hanging graves fronted by wooden effigies as you explore its rural villages.
Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Juanda International Airport near Surabaya and Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali are the main gateways to Indonesia. Ferries connect throughout the Indonesian archipelago while trains travel across most of Java and parts of Sumatra. Buses are the main means of getting around the other islands.
Our travellers prefer to stay in places like Kuta, Denpasar, and South Kuta while in Indonesia.
441 reviews rated Hard Rock Hotel Bali with an average score of 8.6/10. It may also be worth looking into the Padma Resort Legian, which received a rating of 9.4/10 from 221 reviews. Bali Dynasty Resort could also be a good option, with a score of 8.5/10 from 458 reviews.
Indonesia is a great country for bars, restaurants and all-round partying. The city with one of the best nightlife scenes in Indonesia is Jakarta, with the Kota Tua neighbourhood being especially popular. Offering a range of top-class clubs (such as Colosseum Bar), 24-hour markets and live-gig venues, you'll never run out of things to do. Another area of this country which is a popular party destination is South Bali. From Kuta to Canggu, you'll be able to enjoy beach clubs and sunset bars that go on into the early hours. Also in Bali is Denpasar, which is a great place to visit if you want to try out some local Balinese food. For instance, if you want to be a short taxi ride away from the popular restaurant of Warung Be Pasih, you can stay at Segara Village Hotel.
There are lots of things to do in Indonesia for families, making it a great place to take your children on holiday. In general, Jakarta is the best option for families with children, as this city and its surroundings have a lot of kid-friendly options. For instance, if you visit the capital, you can stay at Novotel Jakarta Mangga Dua Square, which is close to the popular family theme park of Dunia Fantasi. You can hop on the number 5 bus to quickly complete the journey between hotel and theme park. There are also lots of museums close to this hotel, such as Jakarta History Museum and Sea World Ancol, which will keep your family entertained. Taman Safari in Indonesia is also a great day out for the family, with lots of animals to see. You could opt to stay at Royal Safari Garden Resort and Convention, which is only a short drive from the park itself.
Indonesia hotels are a great way to ensure you get to see the best bits of the county. You can get Indonesian accommodation close to Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival, which is one of the best things to see in Indonesia. Held in March every year, it’s one of the largest jazz festivals in the Southern Hemisphere. If you were to stay at Holiday Inn Jakarta Kemayoran, then you would be only a short walk away from the International Expo building, where it takes place. Another great place to visit in Indonesia is Mount Rinjani National Park, on the island of Lombok. Here you can enjoy trekking, camping and panoramic views of your surroundings.
For highly rated hotels in Indonesia close to a beach, you should consider staying in Bali. One particular beach in the capital of the region, Densepar, is Nusa Dua Beach. A hotel that provides you with great access to the golden sands is Grand Hyatt Bali, which is only a short walk away. Another popular location to stay for beaches is Gili Islands. For example, Vila Ombak Hotel is only a short walk away from popular beaches on Gili Trawangan Island. Alternatively, you could stay in Lombok at a hotel like Sunset House Lombok, which is only a short walk from Pantai Senggigi Beach.