Bali is a holiday paradise. But it’s better to know the island and your way around. You can have the best holiday of your life time exploring the whole island. Bali is well known for being one of the most gay friendly cities in Asia. There are plenty of gay friendly hotel Bali.
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats
Indonesia is not very gay friendly at all, lacking any comprehensive pro LGBT legislation. But despite this, Bali is the gay oasis of the gay couples around the world which can have the holiday of their lifetime in this exotic island!
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1. Spartacvs Bali Hotel – Gay Hotels Bali
Strictly for gay men, the clothing optional Spartacvs Bali Hotel is a 5-minute walk to Petitenget Beach. Featuring an outdoor pool surrounded by tropical landscaped gardens, it offers private rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Spartacvs Bali Hotel is a 5-minute walk to Ku De Ta Restaurant. Ngurah Rai International Airport is a 30-minute drive from the hotel.
The modern and air-conditioned rooms have a satellite TV, safe and minibar. A private bathroom includes a shower and toilet. Select rooms offer a flat-screen TV.
There are only about 15 rooms, which makes the hotel small enough to be personal, yet big enough for privacy if you just want to lie around the pool without being disturbed. The clothing optional thing really is optional, some do, some don’t and there is no pressure or embarrassment either way. This is also a male-only hotel (guests and staff), so there is no worry about hiding while the cleaner passes!
The place is in close proximity to the gay beach which is handy and a short walk to the shops and big hotels. Short walk to the beach, main road of Seminyak and to great restaurants.
The rooms are comfortable and colourful, without being 5 star glamorous.
The venue allows for total privacy and rest if you prefer that and also the opportunity to talk with other guests, if that is more your style
The garden rooms are favourites, so they need to be booked well in advance. Each staff member is welcoming in true Balinese style, with a sense of humour and client focus.
The food is outstanding from the complimentary breakfast to our evening dining and the cocktails were very refreshing.
The free breakfast is acceptable, and the lunch-dinner menu is varied with choices for Western and Balinese tastes.
The pool area is great for socialising and to chill, they play gay anthems/classics in the background at times (as well as modern music) which is fun and the best part is that the pool is open 24/7 so cooling down after a night of partying was always welcomed.
How much does a room costs at Spartacvs Bali Hotel?
Offering pool views, this larger, air-conditioned room features a satellite TV, safe and minibar. Private bathroom includes a shower and toilet
2. Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak Resort – Bali Gay Friendly Hotels
Our second suggestion for a gay resort in Bali is an outstanding 5* resort will all the best possible amenities!
Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak offers a luxurious retreat 5 minutes’ stroll from Seminyak Beach. Featuring an outdoor pool, fitness centre and a spa, it provides free scheduled shuttle service to Seminyak Beach. A restaurant is available on site, while WiFi is accessible for free in all areas.
Elegantly appointed with modern interiors, air-conditioned rooms include a flat-screen cable TV, iPod dock and safe. Guests can relax on the private terrace or balcony while enjoying views of the greenery. A minibar and electric kettle are also among the in-room comforts.
The common area is clean and the layout of the hotel is fantastic – the pool is surrounded by rooms and easily accessible by those staying at the hotel. The room is well appointed and comfortable.
Transport to Seminyak Square and Eat Street is provided by the hotel’s golf buggy.
The rooms are recently renovated and always clean. The pool view room is very spacious and has a great size balcony and seperate bathroom, large shower and well appointed. Tea/Coffee/Fridge/TV and Safe in the room together with a desk and WiFi access
The pool and amenities are way beyond explanation and bring more swim suits and outfits as you are very likely to spend most of your time by the pool.
The breakfast buffet is out of this world with a huge selection of both Asian and western options. Huge variety of food and table service.
The hotels has a good gym – good size space to do an interval workout.
The hotel had 2 good sized pools with plenty of pool side beds available. The garden area with bean bags just changes the whole look of the lobby and brings out the best of the guests.
How much does a room costs at Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak Resort?
This spacious suite comes with a living room and a private balcony.
3. Double – Six, Luxury Hotel – Seminyak – Gay Friendly Hotel Bali
This 5* hotel is 1 minute walk from the beach. Double – Six, Luxury Hotel – Seminyak enjoys great views of the Indian Ocean. It boasts a spa centre and a variety of dining options. Free WiFi is available in all public areas.
Air conditioned rooms at Double – Six, Luxury Hotel – Seminyak are furnished with sofa sets and feature large windows. They are fitted with a flat-screen cable TV. Espresso machine and tea making facilities are also provided. En suite bathroom is equipped with luxury amenities, bath tub and shower. Guests enjoy the convenience of 24-hour on call butler and room service.
The hotel offers very extensive menu to order from & anything can be added or taken off upon request. No buffet, which was fabulous it unlimited Ala Carte. They really have everything you could think of. From Eggs Benedict to Pineapple served on ice with Honey, to Traditional Pancakes, basically you name it they have it prepared for you. If your a coffee lover the coffee granita was amazing, but they will make any coffee you can think of, fresh juices & smoothies, iced chocolate honestly I would return just for the breakfast menu! The staff is friendly & also very attentive, they remember your room number & name, just adds to the immaculate service.
The pool has a perfect temperature we found one end was warmer than the other, so depending on what you were wanting you could choose either end. The Pool staff are also incredibly attentive, as soon as you arrived they would come over and ask where you would like to sit & they would bring the towels and pillows over to the seat & make sure you were comfortable.
Happy hour is great, runs from 4:00 – 5:30 daily & was buy one get one free. Great atmosphere as all the beach bars generally started there live music around this time & the sun would start to set.
Drinks at the rooftop bar was an awesome experience & a meal at Plantation grill are. an excellent class dining experience.
How much does a room costs at Double – Six, Luxury Hotel – Seminyak?
This duplex-style suite features 2 bedrooms with a shared balcony, a seating area and a kitchen
4. Grandmas Plus Hotel Seminyak – Gay Friendly Hotel Bali
This 3* hotel is 5 minutes walk from the beach. Just a 2-minute walk from Seminyak Beach, Grandmas Seminyak Hotel offers modern rooms with free WiFi access and flat-screen cable TVs.
Grandmas Seminyak Hotel is surrounded by the shops, restaurants and nightlife of Seminyak. It is a 25-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Featuring minimalist interiors, air-conditioned rooms come with crisp linen and a safe. Heated showers, toiletries and towels can be found in private bathrooms.
This hotel is very good value for money and it is in a good location near to shops and bars and the beach, however its around a 20 minute walk to the centre of Seminyak and an hours walk along the beach to Kuta.
The rooms are small but perfectly formed and very clean. They have TVs with lots of English speaking channels, a fridge, a safe, a desk, good lighting, and air conditioning. The bed was very comfortable with good quality linen. Two bottles of water are provided each day and there are also tea and coffee-making facilities. The shower room has a variety of complimentary toiletries. You can have washing done, which is charged reasonably per piece.
Breakfast is available for just 60,000 rupiah. It has very good and there was a choice of Indonesian, Continental or American. The hotel also has a small swimming pool, which is lovely to use in the midday heat. There is a spa on the top floor which has good deals after 6pm.
How much does a room costs at Grandmas Plus Hotel Seminyak?
Prices start 40$/night for the Cozy Double Room.
Air-conditioned rooms come with an flat-screen cable TV, in-room safe and private bathroom with hot showers and amenities
5. The Kayon Resort Bali – Lgbt Friendly Bali Hotels
Our last suggest for a gay friendly resort in Bali is a 4* resort: The Kayon Resort.
Set amidst a garden featuring a chapel and pool, The Kayon Resort features elegant rooms and villas with views over historical Petanu River and jungle. The resort offers complimentary hourly shuttle to and from central Ubud.
Luxurious air conditioned rooms boast a scenic terrace, private entrance and a seating area. Fitted with flat-screen satellite TV, CD/DVD player and a laptop safe. It also includes a mosquito net, wardrobe and sofa. The room is fitted with a minibar and electric kettle. The spacious marble bathroom comes with a shower, bathtub and hairdryer. Free WiFi access is available throughout the property.
If you want to stay in Ubud but be close to town, yet in the jungle (like Hanging Gardens) this is the place.
The river view suite which includes great views over the river which surrounds the hotel. Their amenities are also well thought out, in particular, the tote and insect repellent which was all-natural.
The bathroom is attractive with a good shower and a huge stone bath. So huge that it proved impossible to fill it more than a few inches deep, which was not ideal.
The room has a safety deposit box, a good sized bed with mosquito nets (we only saw one or two mossies and we were not bitten), a TV which we never used and a bowl of fruit. In line with prices on Bali the min bar was affordable (£3 for a can of Bintang beer).
The wifi was free and worked well, except for one day when we had to ask for the router to be re-booted.
For the complimentary breakfast, you also have a few options to choose from, Indonesia style, continental breakfast, etc. The food is nicely cooked and beautifully presented. It is much better than the buffet breakfast at a 5 star hotel. Location wise, it is outside Ubud center, no shops or restaurants around (you need to take the free shuttle bus to the town center); and this will enrich your experience & probably the exact reason why you come to Ubud – to enjoy a peaceful mind.
Their free yoga sessions in the morning are a good way to start the day, but note that they are very beginner-level.
How much does a room costs at The Kayon Resort ?
Featuring parquet flooring, this lavish air conditioned villa has a private pool, terrace and seating area. Equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, CD/DVD player and a laptop safe.The dining area is fitted with a minibar and electric kettle . The marble en suite bathroom comes with a bathtub, shower and hairdryer.
– Daily 2 bottles of beer
– Daily afternoon tea
– Daily yoga
– Daily ricefield trekking
– Scheduled shuttle to/from Ubud Centre
– WiFi in all areas
– Daily fruit basket
– Daily 2 bottles of mineral water