5 Luxurious Bali Stays Under $400 A Night For Long Weekends

5 Luxurious Bali Stays Under $400 A Night For Long Weekends
December 04 11:26 2016

Treating yourself to a luxurious getaway doesn’t have to break the bank. In anticipation of the holidays that are coming up next year, we’ve planned out these Bali stays under $400 a night for the long weekends in 2017- they’re all four to five star picks too!

28 Dec-19 Jan: Grand Mirage Bali  

"affordable luxury stays in Bali"

by Grand Mirage Bali

Grand Mirage Bali is a premium beachfront hotel that boasts impressive views of the Indian Ocean, along with a pristine private beach where guests can take a dip in the inviting waters or bask in the warm sunlight.

The rooms are simple yet elegant, with Balinese-style furniture and balconies from which you can admire the vast ocean or the lush Mirage gardens. To make the most of your trip, don’t miss a spa session at the Thalasso Bali spa, which will melt all your stress away.

Price: From around SGD 159 per night

More details on their website.

14-16 Apr: AYANA Resort & Spa

"affordable luxury stays in Bali"

by AYANA Resort & Spa

A key feature of AYANA Resort & Spa is their Spa on the Rocks spa villas, which are perched on top of the rocks along the ocean’s coast, and designed to blend in with nature. This means that you can indulge in a luxurious spa experience while watching the ocean waves splashing right in front of your eyes.

Within the complex, you can enjoy the the exclusive private beach, or get a drink at the iconic Rock Bar where you’ll have a breathtaking view of the sunset.

Price: From around SGD 319 per night

More details on their website.

24-26 June: Blue Karma Resort

"affordable luxury stays in Bali"

by h-rez.com

Known for their amazing spa experiences, you can have everything at Blue Karma Resort including traditional Balinese massages, hot stone massages, ayurvedic treatments, foot reflexology, shiatsu, and even slimming treatments. If you need to destress, you’ll be in good hands at their spa.

Of course, a tropical getaway is not complete without a visit to the beach. Thankfully, the resort is also just a stone’s throw away from Double Six Beach and Legian Beach, where you can head to for beautiful white sand and clear blue waters.

Price: From SGD 240 per night

More details on their website.

1-3 Sep: The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa

"affordable luxury stays in Bali"

by The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa

Another spot where you can treat yourself to a relaxing and healing spa is the Kahyangan Spa at the Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa. Named after the “Kahyangan”, a “sacred place where Gods and Goddesses live”, the spa is a sanctuary that promises to rejuvenate and uplift your tired body.

The rooms and villas are equally calming, with earthy tones and hardwood floors that give them a homely vibe. And if you can’t catch the sunset from your balcony, head to the resort’s Sanje Restaurant, strategically located for the best sunset views overlooking the sea.

Price: From around SGD 363 per night

More details on their website.

23-25 Dec: Padma Resort Legian

"affordable luxury stays in Bali"

by Padma Resort Legian

Padma Resort Legian is a tranquil paradise situated just within proximity of the bustling traditional art and fashion market nearby. With swimming pools, yoga classes, spas and more, the resort has everything you need, so you can choose not to step out of the compound for your entire stay.

Their rooms are tastefully decorated, with a variety of  interior design styles for different types of rooms. Some take inspiration from traditional Balinese design, while others feature more sleek and contemporary decor. Nonetheless, all of them make for cosy and comfy abodes for your stay.

Price: From SGD 240 per night, advance booking for 3 nights from SGD 480

More details on their website.

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