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Hotels in Kuta-Legian, Bali

The popular holiday areas of Kuta, Tuban (south Kuta) and Legian front a gentle curve of coastline just north of the airport. Kuta Beach is a former fishing village and one of the first towns on Bali to hosts western tourists. These beaches are among the most beautiful in Bali, famous for great waves, sunsets, and night life.

The hotels range from the luxury, to first class, to budget. Kuta is famous for its losemens or home-stays which are cheap, while at the same time being intimate. I know I've stayed at many of these properties through out the island and it's a great way to get to know the Balinese people.

Kuta and Legian are loaded with great shopping and has some good restaurants. Most of these shops and restaurants are on Jalan Legian which is the main drag between Kuta and Legian beach. For those of you who like the disco scene, there are plenty of them here. You just have to ask around for the latest and greatest.

OUR PREFERRED Hotels in Kuta and Legian Beach

Mandira Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa - an Oceanfront paradise. Expansive grounds, a white sandy beach and panoramic ocean views are the setting for a relaxing holiday in the most beautiful surroundings.
Bali Oberoi Bali Oberoi - beachside haven that offers a complete Balinese experience, filled with serenity, hospitality and tropical beauty. A wonderfully secluded cluster of luxury villas and lanai set in 15 acres of tropical gardens on Seminyak Beach.
Kartika Plaza Discovery Kartika Plaza - Located on the beachfront of South Kuta Beach. Suites and Luxury Beachfront Villas. Walking distance from Kuta shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.
Legian Beach Hote Legian Beach Hotel - 118 single-story cottages and 100 guest rooms, including 23 family rooms and 5 rooms that cater for disabled travelers. A landscaped tropical oasis dotted with coconut palms, shady trees, and sweet-scented flowers.
Poppies Cottages Poppies Cottages - 20 luxuriously appointed thatch-roofed cottages nestled in gardens of hibiscus, scented jasmine, and frangipani. Red brick paths meander past lily ponds, waterfalls, and time-worn stone figures, and towering palms of an ancient coconut grove.

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