10 places where the rich & famous stay in Indonesia

10 places where the rich & famous stay in Indonesia

According to HotelsCombined, these 10 luxury hotels are the most popular among the rich and famous when vacationing in the country.

COMO Shambala Estate, Bali

Nestled in a secluded location in Begawan village near Ubud, Bali, the place is said to be a true "retreat for change", with resident experts including a yoga teacher, an Ayurvedic doctor and a resident dietician.

Surrounded by tropical scenery, the estate offers signature massage therapies, beauty treatments, nutritionally balanced cuisine as well as a state-of-the-art gym. Activities such as hiking and climbing are also easily arranged.


Literally meaning "peaceful soul", Amanjiwo is an elegant resort that overlooks Borobudur, the world's largest Buddhist sanctuary built in the 9th century near Magelang, Central Java.

In addition to its elegant rooms and luxurious five-star facilities, the hotel is ideally situated in the rural heartland of the region, providing the opportunity for Javanese cultural experiences, including trips to temples, ceremonies and antique shops.

Mark Zuckerberg reportedly stayed at this luxury resort during his last visit in Indonesia.

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

Nestled in a peaceful setting at the edge of Jimbaran Bay, this resort houses Balinese-style villas surrounded by lush tropical gardens and three dining options.

Guests looking for some fresh air can also be found lingering at the outdoor pool, with amazing views of the Indian Ocean.

Alila Villas Uluwatu

Set at the top of cliffs along Bali's southern coast, the property boasts a 165-foot outdoor pool overlooking the Indian Ocean.

It also offers fitness centre, a yoga centre and a pilates studio.

The Samaya Villas Bali

This villa complex features well-furnished villas with private pools set along the famous Seminyak Beach. It also has a peaceful courtyard setting and quaint tropical gardens.

The onsite spa is highly recommended.

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