Not too impressed with infinity-pools and thatched-roof bamboo villas in Bali? How about living in a bubble of your own with your beloved? If you are the kind who loves a mix of adventure and romance for their holiday then this bubble hotel in Bali is just for you.
These beautiful bubbles are set amid the lush green jungle, overlooking a sea. Moreover, you can also get access to a private gazebo for dining, a swing, and an outdoor hammock bed.
Nyang Nyang Beach Jl. Batu Nunggalan No.11, Pecatu. Kuta Sel, Kabupaten Badung, Bali., Uluwatu Indonesia
Perfect for Couples
The bubble hotel is perfect for honeymooners and couples who wish to have a romantic holiday in Bali. The hotel brings to life your dream of spending the night under the open sky as you fall asleep while listening to the soothing sound of the waves.
More about the Bubble Hotel in Bali
The quirky abode has six small-to-medium bubble tents with transparent walls. As far as the interiors are concerned, there is nothing but a bed. However, you can expect nature to shower you with magnificent ocean and sky views.
There are three different types of bubble accommodations including small, big, and ‘big with curtains’. While other bubbles will not be around you yet if you wish to have complete privacy then you can opt for a bubble tent with curtains.
Powered by electricity, these inflatable rooms are blown up by a constant stream of air from a generator. There are double beds, a small air conditioning unit and a side-table inside the bubble. Just make sure that you enter and exit the bubble carefully or the bubble would deflate on you.
Your huge belongings are kept at the reception while there are security boxes for the essential items that you need to keep with you.
If you choose a bigger bubble, you also get a day-bed, a swing, a camp-fire shade, and an infinity swimming pool.
The amenities here are planned in a way that you feel closer to nature and away from the artificial luxuries. There is an outdoor shower and toilet outside each bubble and they are protected by little privacy screens.
Starts from $100 per night
Best time to go
Winters and the monsoon season is the best time to visit Bali. Avoid summers as it can get really hot and stuffy inside the huge plastic blobs.
(Curated by Priya Pareek)