When searching for your perfect Amed hotel, there are some points you might want to consider before booking.
In Amed you can find all types of Bali accomodation ranging from a handful of good dive resorts, cute bungalows to many 'improvised' guesthouses.
So there is definitely enough choice for any kind of traveller. However first of all you should know in which village the hotel is located.
The hotels in Amed Bali are spread out over 6 villages. So unless you have your own transportation or you don't mind an extensive walk, you are pretty much dependent on what is near your hotel.
Another point is the setting of your Amed hotel. First of all there are the ones right at the beach or right at sea. The second choice are the places higher up the hills with terrific ocean views.
Here is our Amed Hotel list. Each of these hotels has its own unique design, character and most importantly their quality-price ratio is very good.
This boutique resort is beautiful and well maintained.
It has different types of bungalows that can accommodate couples but also larger families.
From every bungalow and its infinity pool you have a gorgeous view of the ocean. Anda is on a hill, but from here you can walk down to take a dip in the sea. (US$77-US$97 per night)
Another gem in Amed is the family run Bedulu resort with spotless clean rooms, amazing infinity pool and great prices.
Try to reserve one of the deluxe rooms on top of the hill with private balcony, garden and ocean views from the bedroom. (US$30-US$70 per night)
Wirata Resort & Spa:
Puri Wirata is a real Bali beach resort.
Their rooms are clean with very comfortable four poster beds.
One meter from the sea they have two swimming pools where you
are tempted to stay all day.
It's possible to do diving courses, trips and tours from here. (US$37-US$63 per night)
Bhuana Beach Cottages:
This small beachfront place has only four cottages and 8 appartments in a two-storey building.
Rooms are fairly large with open-air bathroom and modern facilities. Just a stone-throw from these cottages you'll find an amazing underwater world that will make you come back for more. (US$50-US$70 per night)
Santai Hotel Bali:
This beachfront Amed hotel has 12 spacious bungalows and 4 room units to choose from set in a tropical garden with a great swimming pool next to the beach.
Coral reef is directly outside of the hotel (bring some water
shoes as the beach is made of pebbles).
They serve you coffee/tea on the porch every morning, fresh flowers in the bathroom daily and there`s WIFI.
Try to book the rooms closest to the beach... (US$75-US$142 per night)
Coral View Villas:
This place has coral reefs on their doorstep and while having breakfast you can see local fishermen bringing their boats ashore. Bungalows (they call them villas) are set in immaculate gardens and along the beach. There's an inviting swimming pool and the restaurant is on the beach. For families they have great family bungalows with ocean views... (US$67-US$160 per night)
This hotel is located in the hills of Selang, a bit far from the 'action' but near the Japanese wreck, a popular spot for snorkeling and diving in Amed.
We consider their type of accommodation more bungalows instead of villas however it's a really nice place set amid a lush garden with two kidney shaped pools. (US$84-US$195 per night)
With just 8 bungalows set in a colorful garden Kembali Beach Bungalows is not a big hotel at all.
Each bungalow is facing the ocean and is built just a few meters from the sandy beach.
Can you imagine how wonderful it would be to wake up here in the morning?
Kembali Bungalows is located in Amed village. It's also near Amed Cafe where you can enjoy delicious lunches or dinner. (US$53 -US$62 per night at the Kembali Beach Bungalow website)
This small family-run resort isn't really located in the Amed area, more between Tulamben and Amed.
However it's a great option if you want to have total peace and quiet plus easy access to a terrific area for snorkeling.
This resort is located right at the seafront from where you can jump in with your snorkel gear and admire the colorful marine life below. They also organize glass boat tours....