Where to Stay in Amed, Bali: The 7 Best Hotels and Resorts

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Located on the east coast of Bali is the quaint fishing village of Amed, one of Bali’s most underrated destinations. Although it’s not exactly a hidden gem it’s a world away from the main tourist hubs of Ubud, Kuta, and Seminyak. Amed is famous for its impressive free diving, scuba diving, and snorkeling sites, which attracts visitors for miles around. But that’s not all Amed has to offer.

With a stunning coastline and lush greenery, Amed is undoubtedly beautiful. There are plenty of things to see in Amed from the black sand beaches to some of the most amazing cafes and restaurants to walking routes, water sports, and yoga classes. Amed offers a captivating cultural scene, a lively religious scene, and a heavy feng shui vibe. One where you will always feel truly relaxed and at peace. 

It’s a holiday destination worth spending some time in. So, now that you’ve booked your flights, it’s time to find somewhere to stay in Amed. Our guide of the 7 best hotels and resorts in Amed will help you choose the right one, so you can make sure you’re really embracing the full experience Amed has to offer. 

Sukun Babonsay Villas

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Set in Amed, just 1.4 miles from Ibus beach, Sukun Babonsay Villas offers accommodation with 2 outdoor swimming pools, a garden, and BBQ facilities. Each room has its own patio with garden views. Among the facilities on site are a children’s playground and babysitting services. Sukun Babonsay Villas is a hidden gem where you can rest and relax.

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There is a wealth of activities that you can take part in, such as cycling, walking, snorkeling, diving, canoeing, and fishing. This self-contained accommodation has a kitchen area, seating area, and dining room. Place of interest nearby include Lempugyang Temple, Tirta Gangga Water Place, and Mount Agung.

Address: Jalan Raya Lipah, 80852 Amed, Indonesia
Best for:
Couples, Families

Mathis Lodge Amed

Lodges and swimming pools dotted among a bright green landscape.
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Mathis Lodge Amed offers guests beautiful garden views with charming lodges between the sea and mountains. Located at around 400m above sea level, Mathis Lodge is the place to stay if you want an epic view that will forever remain engraved in your memory.

The property is made up of 20 individual lodges that are all equipped with air conditioning, free WiFi, complimentary toiletries, and minibars. Some lodges come with their own private jacuzzi or swimming pool. Activities such as hiking, walking, diving, and cooking classes can be arranged with the hotel. They even arrange a personal welcome and free cocktail on arrival. Their restaurant Asmat is perfectly located to get the most of the stunning views while watching the sunset and enjoy tapas and cocktails.

Address: Bunutan Valley, Jl Raya Amed, Amed
Best for:
Couples, Families

Narayana Homestay

A double Bed with white sheets and a green towel on top. Two white towels made into swans, with a pool and orange bean bag in the background.
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Narayana Homestay is situated 200 yards from Amed beach. There is a shuttle service to and from the airport available on request. There’s an outdoor pool for all guests to use and can be seen from most rooms in the hotel.

All rooms have private bathrooms, free WiFi, air conditioning, and a patio area. For a small additional cost, the hotel can provide bike rental for you and your partner to enjoy a scenic bike ride through Amed, or a massage to truly relax and restore your body. Also, if you are looking to be a little more self-sufficient there some rooms with a kitchenette. You are in close proximity to restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops.

Address: Jalan Amed Celuke , 80852 Amed, Indonesia
Best for: Couples
Rating: 9.3/10

Aquamarine Beach Villas

Looking out to sea with trees in the forefront, deck chairs, umbrellas, and white golden sand.
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The ultimate beach getaway starts by staying in one of the Aquamarine Beach Villas. This collection of 6 private villas are perched on the slope of Ibus beach. They offer views of stunning morning sunrises as well as relaxing afternoons by the pool and fun-filled adventures by the sea.

Each villa has its own private pool, hammock, and open-air terrace. Secluded Ibus Beach is a short walk away where you can enjoy sunbathing while drinking cocktails, fresh juice, and a snack from the beach bar. Villas also have their own fully equipped kitchen for you to enjoy your own meals, or take a walk to the Trattoria Restaurant for a casual dining experience with a wonderful ocean view. Breakfast is served on your private terrace and offers a wide range of food choices.

Address: Jalan Karangasem , 80852 Amed, Indonesia
Best for:
Families, Groups

Bali Dream House

Swimming pool with sun loungers around it. Trees and buildings in the background.
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Dipping your feet into a pool has never been more amazing than at the Bali Dream House. Here, all your dreams come true. This swanky yet homely villa is nestled within tropical gardens making guests feel like they are in the heart of nature.

The hotel provides a traditional Balinese massage service as well as car and motorbike hire. The hotel can also arrange tours around the island and offer fast boat tickets to the neighboring islands. Guests can enjoy spacious rooms with tiled floors, free WiFi, and private balconies with garden or ocean views. The on-site restaurant serves fresh seafood dishes and tropical fruits as well as a daily continental breakfast.

Address: Bunutan, 80852 Amed, Indonesia
Best for:
Couples, Solo Travelers

Casa de Amed

Swimming pool with 4 sun loungers and two orange umbrellas at one looking out to sea.
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Located on the coast of Amed, Casa de Amed offer beachfront accommodation with an outdoor pool. Casa de Amed is located just a short walk away from Jemeluk Beach and only a few miles from some of Bali’s top tourist attractions. The hotel is situated next to Apneista Bali Freediving and Yoga School.

Enjoy food at some of the best restaurants in Amed which are only a short walk from the hotel. Staff at Casa de Amed can help arrange activities like fishing, diving, and hiking. They are also able to arrange car hire and a shuttle service to and from the airport. 

Address: Jalan Ketut Natih, Jemeluk Bay, 80852 Amed, Indonesia
Best for: Couples
Rating:  9.1/10

Kelapa Cottage

Lush green grass and trees with a Buddhist statue and a big straw hut.
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Kelapa Cottage is situated on the eastern coast of Bali in the fisherman village of Amed. offers surreal mountain views and lush green gardens. The cottages are well known for their wellness and spa activities as well as hosting yoga retreats. Located only 800 meters from Amed beach you won’t have to walk too far to feel the sand between your toes.

The resort is surrounded by a bamboo forest and green hills. It’s out of the hustle and bustle of the main town to give you a sense of peace and tranquility. Bike and car hire are available from the resort. Take part in yoga classes on-site and find your zen before a rejuvenating massage. Their restaurant offers local and international cuisine and also caters for vegans and vegetarians.

Address: Jl. Celuke No. 36, 80852 Amed, Indonesia
Best for: Couples, Backpackers, Families, Yoga Enthusiasts
Rating: 9.0/10

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Justine King is from the UK and has been a full-time traveller and freelance writer since 2020 after a 6-year career in Hospitality. Clients benefit from her love and knowledge of the sector as she creates informative and inspiring articles to help guide readers totheir next travel destination.