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Where To Stay In East Bali: Our East Bali Accommodation Guide

Where To Stay In East Bali

East Bali is a beautiful area of Bali that is full of culture and nature. It’s the perfect place to stay in Bali if you want an authentic experience that is quieter in comparison to some areas. So where to stay in East Bali? Here’s our East Bali accommodation guide to help you choose…

Where To Stay in East Bali
Booking Accommodation In East Bali
East Bali Accommodation Guide

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  • Hotels In East Bali Under $100/night

Where To Stay In East Bali? Let’s Get Oriented.

Amed East Bali

Tirta Gangga Water Palace East Bali

East Bali covers a lot of areas and includes Candidasa, Padang Bai, Amed and Sidemen. Candidasa, Padang Bai and Amed are all coastal towns. Sidemen is more inland. Candidasa and Padang Bai are about 1 to 1.5 hours north of Sanur. Candidasa is just north of Padang Bai (about 20 minutes drive). Amed is about 1.5 hours north of Candidasa.

So where to stay in East Bali? It really depends on how far you want to go and what you want out of your holiday. Amed is known for having some great diving spots but it’s fairly remote otherwise. Candidasa and Padang Bai are closer to the airport and main areas of Bali. With a driver, you can visit some beautiful beaches and feel authentic village life. You can also get the boat to the Gili Islands from Padang Bai. Sidemen is a beautiful small village surrounded by greenery and rice fields where the main things to do are rice field treks and enjoy the tranquility.

Booking Accommodation In East Bali

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East Bali Accommodation Guide

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

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

Absolute Splurge: Luxury Accommodation In East Bali


Alila Manggis | $255 | Check Prices (Read More: Our Stay At Alila Manggis)

Alila Manggis Candidasa East Bali

Candi Beach Villas | $332 | Check Prices

Candi Beach Villas Candidasa
Photo credit: Candi Beach Villas

Villa Sasoon | $279 | Check Prices

Villa Sasoon Candidasa
Photo credit: Villa Sasoon


The Griya Villas & Spa | $383 | Check Prices

The Griya Amed
Photo credit: The Griya

Luxury For Less


Candi Beach Resort & Spa | $128 | Check Prices

Candi Beach Resort Candidasa
Photo credit: Candi Beach Resort


The Kampung | $159 | Check Prices

Padang Bai

OK Divers Resort & Spa | $107 | Check Prices


Villa Sidemen (please note price is for 2 bedroom villa) | $370 | Check Prices

Hotels In East Bali For Under $100/night


Sea Breeze Candidasa | $92 | Check Prices

Sea Breeze Candidasa
Photo credit: Sea Breeze


Aquaterrace Amed | $81 | Check Prices


Cepik Villa Sidemen | $70 | Check Prices

Sawah Indah Villa | $62 | Check Prices

Villa Karma Loka | $47 | Check Prices


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

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

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