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Free Wifi Hotels in Seminyak

Although Seminyak is a charming, traditional town, the majority of hotels are contemporary styled with facilities such as free WiFi, making it easy to plan your trips around Bali. From stylish villas to modern hotels, there's a wide range of luxurious accommodation to keep you comfortable. Seminyak is an upmarket destination with modern malls, large resorts, and spacious, clean beaches, making it the perfect place to relax.

Things to see

The Seminyak Village Mall is one of the newer shopping destinations in the area, and this bright, modern centre has a crisp white, air-conditioned interior that makes for a pleasant day of shopping. There are some shops that westerners will recognise, with popular clothing brands on display, plus places where you can be pampered such as nail bars and spas. The indoor market allows you to pick up handmade, one of a kind souvenirs, from artworks to jewellery, or you can stop at one of the stylish cafés and upmarket restaurants on-site. If you want to find a traditional piece of artwork to take home, then head to The Gallery, an art gallery that has a mixture of contemporary and traditional works. There's a palm tree filled garden where some larger works such as sculptures are displayed, and in the spacious, minimalistic galleries you'll find colourful canvases with landscapes and modern art at affordable prices.

Hotels in Seminyak

If you're looking to stay in a luxurious resort in Bali, then there are plenty of free WiFi hotels in Seminyak that also have extras such as free parking and a complimentary breakfast. Facilities in these 4 and 5 star hotels can include restaurants, outdoor pools, rooftop terraces with bars, fitness centres, and childcare. You'll often have a choice of rooms, and those wanting privacy can book their own villa with sea views. Amenities in your room can include air conditioning, bathrobes, slippers, blackout drapes, free toiletries, and refrigerators with free bottled water, so you have everything you need to relax.

Where to stay

Seminyak has a reputation for being an upmarket part of Bali, and there are many large resorts close to the white sandy beaches. A lot of the tourist facilities, such as free WiFi hotels in Seminyak, have been recently built, but outside the resorts the town still has a rustic, traditional charm. You'll find lots of narrow streets with boutiques and little massage parlours, and bars with plastic chairs outside where locals like to gather and chat. There are lots of street food stalls selling satay and other traditional foods, making them cheap, interesting places to grab a bite.

How to get to Seminyak

If you want to arrive by air, then Seminyak is close to Bali's main hub: Ngurah Rai International Airport. This busy airport mostly has flights arriving from Asia and Australasia, with the occasional flights from Europe. Public transport to Seminyak can be unreliable, but many hotels offer a free shuttle that you can book in advance, or you can pick up a prepaid taxi where the rate is negotiated upfront. The ride should only take 20 to 30 minutes to most local hotels. If you arrive on Bali by boat, then you'll arrive in Gilimanuk in the north, where you can take a bus to Denpasar before changing for Seminyak. This ride takes several hours, but goes down some spectacular coast roads so is great for backpackers.