Hotels Near Batu Belig Beach

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Where to stay near Batu Belig Beach

Batu Belig Beach Hotels

With a wide stretch of golden sands, Batu Belig Beach is a laid back beach where you can watch the gentle waves of the Indian Ocean. With swaying palm trees, huts turned into bars, and stalls selling local foods, it's a great place to relax and unwind away from the crowds. It's an area that becomes lively at night, with beach clubs and bars where you can watch the sun go down.

Things to see

Batu Belig Beach is a great place to see the sunrise or sunset, with a wide, flat area of golden sands, so consider staying in hotels near Batu Belig Beach and heading down early. You can hire beach umbrellas to protect yourself from the sun, or simply find an empty spot on the sands, and Batu Belig Beach isn't as crowded as some of the more popular tourist spots. The sea is clear and gentle, with the occasional turtle wandering along the beach, and if you go snorkelling you'll spot lots of colourful sea creatures. Along the beach front there are many straw roofed huts where cold drinks and traditional foods are being sold, and you'll find areas of grass where you can sit and socialise with friends while you eat. At night, the beach clubs open nearby and sun-kissed revellers come to enjoy the DJs and live music that goes on until late. Grab a cocktail and hit the dance floor, or find a table on the terrace so you can enjoy the views.

Hotels in Batu Belig Beach

Although Seminyak is generally an expensive place to stay, there are some slightly more affordable hotels near Batu Belig Beach with 3 to 4 stars. Accommodation is often in the form of comfortable rooms or villas, many of them with spectacular sea views and either balconies or terraces. You'll often find free WiFi, and facilities such as outdoor pools, gardens, barbecue grills, restaurants, and much more. Stay in a villa and you'll usually have one or more bedrooms, a kitchenette, air conditioning, and amenities such as in-room safes, minibars, and LCD televisions.

Where to stay

Batu Belig Beach is at the end of Jalan Batu Belig, a major road that runs through Seminyak and down the coast. Often full of traffic, it's a noisy, colourful area where you'll find lots of small shops selling souvenirs, boutiques full of beach clothes, small bars with tables outside, and spas where you can stop off for a quick massage. The more adventurous tourists hire mopeds to weave in and out of the traffic, and you'll often see them parked up along the beach. At night, it's a party destination, with the streets drenched in neon, and the sands of Batu Belig Beach make the perfect spot for dancing as the sun goes down.

How to get to Batu Belig Beach

Most visitors to Bali arrive via Ngurah Rai International Airport, and it's just a 20 minute drive from Batu Belig Beach. Public transport is infrequent, and can be unreliable, but it's easy to get a prepaid taxi to take you to your hotel for a fixed rate. Another option is to find out whether your hotel offers a shuttle, and you'll often see minibuses lined up outside waiting to whisk tourists to their destination. Another option is to get the ferry to Bali, and services arrive from Java, Singapore, and many surrounding islands. The ferry arrives in Gilimanuk, where you can take a bus down the coast to Denpasar, then down to Seminyak.