Surya Shanti Villa

Br. Tebola, Karangasem, Sidemen, 80846

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Proudly known as one of Bali’s kid-friendliest hotels, Surya Shanti Villa offers beautiful views of the rice terraces on the slopes of Mount Agung. The hotel’s air-conditioned accommodations run from a wooden house and deluxe room to a suite room and mezzanine villa. The suite room may be the ideal choice for families since it’s a large villa of four bedrooms with double beds and a pullout sofa bed whereas the deluxe and mezzanine villa are close seconds as the former two options also have a sleeper sofa bed for children. The hotel features two large swimming pools, an onsite restaurant, complimentary afternoon tea, and a rich library. Along with enjoying these useful perks, guests can also partake in a range of nearby activities including water sports, shopping, bicycling, and a quick tour of Mount Agung.

Our Editor Loves

  • Onsite library
  • Scooter and bike rentals
  • Two swimming pools

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool


Great tasteful hotel in an incredible setting

by franklij

We were overwhelmed with the beauty of the hotel and it’s surroundings. The staff was attentive and always upbeat. We loved its proximity to walk to multiple restaurants and even the market which we enjoyed.

Fabulous informal French-Bali rural health retreat

by Davina J

After two earlier visits to Sidemen in 1984 and 2000, we were thrilled to stay with Joel and his team at Surya Shanti in 2019. Our hillside villa gave panoramic views over the valley and terraced rice paddies, and there's a choice of two infinity pools, plus superb local food and drinks at the restaurant and bar pavilions. Highlights for us were dressing up in local costumes to attend a local temple ceremony, a splendid couple massage at the spa hut, a shared cooking lesson in the traditional outdoor kitchen, a long walk through the rice fields guided by Joel, and great drives to buy fabrics and have lunch at Klungkung and Ubud. Joel was a wonderfully wise and generous host and the hotel has been elegantly curated to suit sophisticated couples and families seeking a mid-priced, nature-empathetic retreat from Bali's noisy tourist centres.