Where To Stay In Canggu: Our Canggu Accommodation Guide

Where To Stay In Canggu Bali

For a long time Canggu was a place only locals, expats and surfers knew about. That has certainly changed and now Canggu is a popular place to stay in Bali. So why would you choose to stay in Canggu? Canggu is laid back, with beaches and rice fields and so many delicious places to eat. Here you can surf (or learn to surf), relax, eat well, do yoga and be in beautiful surrounds. So where to stay in Canggu? Here are some of our favourite picks and Canggu accommodation guide…

Contents

Where To Stay Canggu?
Booking Accommodation In Canggu
Canggu Accommodation Guide

  • Absolute Splurge
  • Luxe For Less
  • Hotels In Canggu Under $100/night

Where To Stay In Canggu? Let’s Get Oriented.

Canggu Accommodation Map

So where to stay in Canggu? Canggu is pretty spread out and there is limited public transport options so you will need to have your own way to get around. Mopeds are a popular choice but unless you have a proper licence and experience with Bali road conditions I would avoid these. We use bicycles to get around and love it  :) If you want to be able to walk to some things I would stay near Jl. Batu Bolong intersection with Jl. Batu Mejan and then towards the beach. Here is where a lot of restaurants and shops are.

Ok, so I would divide Canggu into three areas.

I would say the main area is around Jl. Batu Bolong (intersection with Jl. Batu Mejan) and towards the beach. As mentioned, a lot of restaurants and shops are here. My pick for a first time visit to Canggu and those who want easy access to both beach and restaurants.

Another area is around Jl. Pantai Berawa which is a little more spread out but a beautiful area with cafes, shops, beach and beach club (Finns Beach Club).

And then you have the area around Jl. Pantai Pererenan. This area is the most peaceful and surrounded by rice fields, but also more remote. You will need to go further to get to cafes and restaurants if you stay here.

Rice Field Canggu

Booking Accommodation In Canggu

Booking.com

Booking.com is one of our favourite ways to book Canggu accommodation. Simple to use and also has a great app.

Airbnb

Airbnb tend to have a lot of villa options for Bali, so another good option if looking to stay in a villa. Often have discounts for stays of a week or more.

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Canggu Accommodation Guide

Our Canggu Accommodation recommendations below are based on our favourites that we have stayed in, knowledge of Canggu hotels and their specific locations throughout Canggu, lots of research, reading reviews, hearing from you guys and just putting this all together with our own experience of Canggu. So here’s our favourite picks for where to stay in Canggu…

Please note: Prices were accurate at the time of this post and are based on high season, per night.

Absolute Splurge: Luxury Accommodation In Canggu

Hotel Tugu | from $624 AUD| Check Prices

Hotel Tugu Bali

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Ametis Villa | from $580 AUD| Check Prices

Ametis Villa Canggu

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The Slow | from $270 AUD| Check Prices

The Slow Canggu

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Aradhana Villas – by Karaniya Experience | from $239 AUD| Check Prices

Aradhana Villas Canggu

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Luxe For Less

Lautan Kupu-Kupu Villas | from $102 AUD| Check Prices

Lautan Kupu Kupu Canggu

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The Haven Suites Bali Berawa | from $117 AUD| Check Prices

The Haven Suites Canggu

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Mayana Villas | from $247 AUD (2-bedroom villa) | Check Prices

Mayana Villas Canggu

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Hotels In Canggu For Under $100/night

Echoland Bed and Breakfast | from $53 AUD| Check Prices

Echoland Bed and Breakfast Canggu

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Frii Bali Echo Beach | from $64 AUD| Check Prices

Frii Bali

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Sedasa Lodge | from $68 AUD| Check Prices

Sedasa Canggu

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The Daun Bali | from $57 AUD| Check Prices

The Duan Bali

Photo Credit: The Daun Bali

We will be continually updating this post with any new places we stay and love, to make sure we are recommending the best Canggu Accommodation.

Canggu Field Guide

Once you’ve found the perfect place to stay in Canggu, take a look at our Canggu Field Guide for some more inspiration. Our Canggu Field Guide has everything you need to hit the ground running, including our favourite food, culture, shops, things to see + do, day trips and bike rides. We’ve also put all of our favourites onto our own Canggu Map so you can literally just take it out with you and no research or planning is required.

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What’s your pick for where to stay in Canggu? Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below…

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4 Comments

  • Tiffany Wood says:

    Hi There,

    My bf and I are looking to book a place for 3 nights in Canggu. We would spend 75-150 CAD per night. Can you recommend a pledge in the first area you suggested?
    Jl. Batu Bolong (intersection with Jl. Batu Mejan) and towards the beach?
    Lautan Kupu-Kupa looked nice but I think that was in the last area you suggested. The Haven suites looked nice as well.
    We’ve never been to Bali so location is key!

    Thanks in advance!

    • Hi Tiffany, All the areas are nice, just offer something different. Jl. Pantai Pererenan area is perhaps the quietest but still so beautiful, Jalan Batu Bolong is the busiest with the most restaurants/cafes and Jl. Berawa still has cafes and beach clubs, just a little more spread. So all are nice, just depends what you want :) Both the hotels you mentioned would be good. Another one to look at in the area you want is The Calmtree Bungalows, which you can find here: https://almostlanding-bali.com/calmtree. Hope this helps! Have a great time in Bali and let us know if you have any other questions :)

  • Colin says:

    Awesome. Great information and photos. Cheers guys

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