Booking.com – Indonesia Featured Site
A highly refinable search engine for self-catering holiday homes, with over 8,000 properties in Indonesia. Choose from villas, holiday houses and apartments. Great for general searches, but also fantastic to use if you want to visit specific locations, towns, tourist sites, beaches ...
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Select from hundreds of villas and holiday homes to rent in Indonesia. Use the given search as your start point, then drill down by area and by using the filters offered; whether you want a beach-side villa or a house in the interior, a rental with a pool or family-size villa.
based: Gunung Sari, Gianyar, Indonesia
self-catering | sleeps: 6 | bedrooms: 3
A beautiful three bedroomed villa with pool in Lendang Re, a small village in the Gunung Sari area. The villa overlooks the beautiful Sawa's and is close to Mataram, Senggigi and the Monkey Forest. The large garden has lots of palm trees, fruit trees and beautiful flowers.
Villa de Daun
located: Kuta Beach, Bali, Indonesia
self-catering | sleeps:2/4 | bedrooms:1/2
An exclusive villa retreat in a tropical landscape in the heart of the celebrated Kuta beach resort in Bali. Consisting of twelve luxury villas, each within its own garden compound and inspired by the Balinese unity between man and environment concept.
located: Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia
self-catering | sleeps:2| bedrooms:1
Fully equipped holiday cottages with air conditioning, wifi, safety box, king-size beds and bathroom. Two bungalow types are available, with use of pool garden and tennis courts.
Best time to go
The main tourist season is during the dry season months (July & August) and this is when prices will be at their highest. Lower rates can be found April to June and during September, when prices can be a much as 30–50% lower; the other advantage of the low season are fewer crowds, and clearer and more tranquil oceans for watersports such as diving, snorkeling and surfing.
Weather and climate
Bridging the Equator, the Indonesian climate is tropical, so hot and humid all year round. Days during the wet/monsoon season (October to March) are punctuated by periods of heavy rainfall, but these tend to last no more than a couple of hours at a time. For more details of current weather conditions see here».
Do you need a visa?
If you're visiting for less than 30 days you may not need a visa, but it's always best to check with your own country's overseas travel information services to check, for the UK that will be in visa info here». Ensure you have two blank pages in your passport and that it's valid for six months beyond your arrival date.
Villas in Indonesia
Indonesian villas can vary from a basic hut in the grounds of a hotel, to all-singing, all-dancing luxury properties employing teams of staff. These days most stand-alone villas come with pools and gardens, and many will have staff provided (which may include a cook, housekeeper, gardener and babysitter). You'll also find other standard features like air-conditioning, kitchen, stereo system, satellite TV, 24-hour reception and security. Many will also include airport transfer and some provide services such as a laundry service, grocery shopping, restaurant delivery service, car hire and in-house catering.
Villa holiday search tips
An article discussing how to make the best of searching and booking villas and self-catering holiday accommodation anywhere. Looking at making the best use of Advanced Search facilities, how to compare options, best rates and paying, assessing accommodation reviews, checking the inventory and going beyond just self-catering. MORE»