Take gorgeous pics, connect with nature, take in amazing views; enjoy a stay in one of our 5 favorite tree house hotels in Bali.
Stay in One of Bali’s Famous Tree Houses
Building with bamboo has become quite an institution in Bali these days. Not only is it a good choice environmentally, but the designs are incredible and what childhood fantasies are made of! Now we are lucky enough to have many bamboo houses available to rent. Add one to your holiday itinerary, or if you live in Bali – take a staycation! Get your gorgeous pics, connect with nature, take in some amazing views and enjoy a stay in Bali that you won’t soon forget. Here are our Top 5 tree house hotels in Bali.
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Hideout Bali is not only a different experience to do in Bali- it’s a big family to be a part of, frankly. You can spend a weekend in relaxation really comforted by the kindness of the owners: Wayan, Made, Sutra, Nyoman, Ketut, Adik, Ayu, Wayan, Kadek, Candra, Arik and their family groups.
Hideout, the first iconic bamboo house, was built in 2014 and from that others followed at one-year intervals like Wild Beehive (hexagonal bamboo house located in the same garden of Hideout Bali and Hideout Lightroom, suitable for three guests, beautifully furnished with private garden and small pool), Sunny Lightroom (one multifunctional space that can become your perfect love nest: warm, cozy and ideal for people who loves the rustic settings, with bamboo and wood are the masters), Modern Falcon (the flagship of this hideout is the large stone bathtub where you can see the starry night, scattered beneath lush palm trees), Adventurous Horizon (just standing here you see that you do have an open feeling in this bamboo house because it’s a large open space that has a great luminosity… this space offers many possibilities thanks to the absence of load-bearing walls).
By the way, the most famous it is sure Hideout Bali, suitable for all types of guests, also for our 4-legged friends that can make friends with the farm mascots Kikki (the cat) and Hoki and Tracy (the dogs).
Enjoy a pleasant stay in contact with nature and a return to the source… as natural as temporal!
Bali Tree House Pelangi
Nestled in a great calm surrounded by farmhouses and woods, Bali Tree House Pelangi is only 8 km from the famous Ulun Danu Beratan Temple in Bedugul. It’s a good place to get your thoughts in order and to relax the body and the soul.
The treehouse is situated on a hill and has a beautiful view over the valley, the forest and Mount Batur on the horizon. The sunset over the Holy Mountain is magnificent and a spectacle without equal.
Don’t expect luxury but nature, atmosphere and simplicity at its best. It’s a traditional and unspoiled place where you can spend a part of your holidays just relaxing and breathing the freshness of the scenery in a family atmosphere.
Just a thirty-minute drive away, you can find one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali: Banyumala Twin Waterfalls.
Tip: See here our round-up of the most stunning waterfalls in Bali that you shouldn’t miss!
Tree House Bali Guwang
Located in Sukawati, just 4.3 km from Tegenungan Waterfall, this wonderful complex of tree houses is the right balance between aesthetics and functionality, a symbiosis of modern and traditional architecture with warm colours and local wood that create a snug atmosphere for harmonious wellbeing during your holiday in the north of Bali.
Each treehouse provides a perfect opportunity to re-connect with nature and beautiful surroundings by providing you with an elegant interior designed for comfort and relaxation: a large double bed with some blue and white touches and a private balcony that faces a nice garden. A pool and a large terrace where to practice yoga are available to all guests.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, the calm spaces of the Tree House Bali Guwang are an oasis of tranquillity and beauty.
Roots Tree House Ungasan
Located in the heart of south Bali with close proximity to Uluwatu and its glorious golden beaches, the four treehouses that form “Roots” are the perfect getaway without actually getting away!
Let us see more in detail what the owners of this structure have invented… Each treehouse represents the fragrance of spice (such as the Cinnamon House), a healing plant used in traditional Chinese medicine (see for example the Astragal House), one of the most important trees in Asian culture that provides ideal sites for the nidification in the forest (the majestic Cotton House) and a symbol of Indonesian culture (a rice barn rebuilt into a traditional bungalow called Lumbung Padi). That explains why to stay in one of these treehouses means a trip back through time to the great Asian traditions of Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. This truly is an occasion to recover and give the body a chance to heal itself!
Weekly classes of yoga and acupuncture are available for all guests, as well as individual lessons. Injury Rehabilitation, Traditional Massage, Acupuncture sessions as complimentary forms of treatment can be organised to stimulate the flow of life energy.
Are you ready to milk this experience dry?
Veluvana Bali, Sidemen
Built using locally available material and labour and eco-friendly construction, this stunning Bamboo villa is located on top of the hill of Sidemen, in the east part of Bali. Your awakening will be sweet with the scent of nature that relaxes the mind and the soul.
Veluvana Bali has fully immersed in nature thanks to its strategic position in the middle of forests and rice terraces where you can enjoy the best views. On the left side of the house, you find a small swimming pool of about 25 sq. metres, whilst on the right, there is an open-air shower and toilet. The lower floor of the villa, designed as a dwelling in the house, is a spacious living area, while upstairs there is the bedroom that offers some beautiful views of the surroundings, especially at dawn when the first rays of sunlight peek timidly through the clouds and the reflected lights make the summit of Mount Agung sparkle… an earthly paradise.
Tip: We recently spent a few nights in Sidemen. Click here for our Sidemen itinerary.
The place is a gem, you will not be disappointed staying here. Besides, you can book in advance some SPA treatments like a relaxing Balinese massage and a great body scrub that will make your skin soft and supple.