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Best Seminyak villas to rent for your holiday

Villa Anjali Blue

4 bedrooms

from USD 410

4.9/5 based on 26 reviews

per night

Villa Ku Tama
Villa Ku Tama
USD 270

3 bedrooms

from USD 270

4.7/5 based on 12 reviews

per night

Swan Villa 1
Swan Villa 1
USD 307

2 bedrooms

from USD 307

4.8/5 based on 2 reviews

per night

Villa Latima
Villa Latima
USD 928

6 bedrooms

from USD 928

4.3/5 based on 2 reviews

per night

Villa Wolfe

3 bedrooms

from USD 800

5/5 based on 28 reviews

per night

Villa Wiana
Villa Wiana
USD 265

3 bedrooms

from USD 265

4.8/5 based on 25 reviews

per night

Swan Villa 4
Swan Villa 4
USD 307

2 bedrooms

from USD 307

/5 based on 0 reviews

per night

Villa Gembira
Villa Gembira
USD 189

2 bedrooms

from USD 189

4.7/5 based on 35 reviews

per night

Villa Suvitha
Villa Suvitha
USD 431

4 bedrooms

from USD 431

4.8/5 based on 25 reviews

per night

Bali Seminyak villas for your holiday

Seminyak is the epicenter of Bali's beachside nightlife scene, with sandy beaches, beach clubs, boutiques, upscale restaurants, luxury hotels and world-class spas. For a truly relaxing and rejuvenating holiday experience, consider staying in Seminyak villas - you surely won’t regret it.
Staying in a Seminyak villa during your holiday with family or friends gives you the space and privacy of a home along with hotel-level amenities. Villas here usually come with several private bedrooms and bathrooms, a pool and outdoor lounge areas, a staff of housekeepers, cooks and drivers, fully equipped kitchens, wifi internet and satellite TV.

Most popular areas for Seminyak villas

Oberoi Street: Known as Bali's restaurant row, Oberoi Street is lined with some of the island's finest dining options. Villas here are walking distance to dozens of restaurants and cafes.

Legian: Just north of Seminyak, Legian is home to long stretches of beach and a more relaxed atmosphere. Villa prices tend to be slightly lower here.

Petitenget: Located along the coast, Petitenget has an upscale beach club scene with trendy restaurants and shops. Luxury villas here have direct access to the beach.

Staying in a Seminyak villa gives you the freedom and comfort of a home base while still being close to all the shopping, dining and nightlife that this area of Bali has to offer.

Most popular areas for Seminyak villas

Staying in a Seminyak villa gives you the freedom and comfort of a home base while still being close to all the shopping, dining and nightlife that this area of Bali has to offer.

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Why should families stay in Seminyak villas?

Staying in a villa during your Seminyak holiday gives your family more space and privacy, offering a chance to truly bond, reconnect, and create lasting memories together.

kids enjoying the pool in a Seminyak villa

Seminyak villas offer spacious living and multiple bedrooms, making them ideal for families and groups. Most come with private pools and generous outdoor areas, giving kids (and adults!) plenty of room to play and relax.

Most Seminyak villas come with at least three bedrooms, with some offering up to six bedrooms or more. The extra bedrooms give kids their own private place to sleep and play, while parents still have easy access from the main living areas. The large living and dining rooms provide ample common space for family meals and activities together.

The private pools at Seminyak villas are a big draw for families. Kids can splash around to their heart's content while parents relax poolside. The pools offer a safe, contained environment for younger children while still providing fun and recreation.

The generous outdoor areas and gardens at Seminyak villas give kids room to run around and burn off some energy. Lawns, courtyards and shaded patios give families places to set up play areas, play sports, do yoga together or simply lounge on the grass. The outdoor cook facilities also make it easy for parents to prepare family meals al fresco.

The numerous restaurants, cafes and shops within walking distance of Seminyak villas mean there are plenty of activities and sights to keep kids entertained during your holiday. From playgrounds and kid-friendly eateries to shops selling toys, clothes and souvenirs, Seminyak caters well to families on vacation.

kids enjoying the pool in a Seminyak villa

Seminyak villas offer spacious living and multiple bedrooms, making them ideal for families and groups. Most come with private pools and generous outdoor areas, giving kids (and adults!) plenty of room to play and relax.

Most Seminyak villas come with at least three bedrooms, with some offering up to six bedrooms or more. The extra bedrooms give kids their own private place to sleep and play, while parents still have easy access from the main living areas. The large living and dining rooms provide ample common space for family meals and activities together.

The private pools at Seminyak villas are a big draw for families. Kids can splash around to their heart's content while parents relax poolside. The pools offer a safe, contained environment for younger children while still providing fun and recreation.

The generous outdoor areas and gardens at Seminyak villas give kids room to run around and burn off some energy. Lawns, courtyards and shaded patios give families places to set up play areas, play sports, do yoga together or simply lounge on the grass. The outdoor cook facilities also make it easy for parents to prepare family meals al fresco.

The numerous restaurants, cafes and shops within walking distance of Seminyak villas mean there are plenty of activities and sights to keep kids entertained during your holiday. From playgrounds and kid-friendly eateries to shops selling toys, clothes and souvenirs, Seminyak caters well to families on vacation.

family spending time in holiday villa in Bali

Why Stay in a Seminyak villa with Villa Finder

Staying in a Seminyak villa with Villa Finder means you have access to our hand-picked selection of the best Seminyak villas: from family-friendly pool villas to romantic luxury hideaways. Our Bali specialists source only the finest Seminyak pool villas to ensure you have the perfect Balinese holiday experience. Here is how we make it easy and stress-free for you! When you book your villa in Seminyak through Villa Finder, this is what to expect:

Over 300 Seminyak villas
A wide selection of over 300 private Seminyak villas to choose from, ranging from budget to ultra-high-end. We have more Seminyak villa rentals than any other villa rental company in Bali. Expert recommendations based on your specific needs and preferences like number of bedrooms, pool, location, and budget. Our local team will guide you to the perfect villa match.

Easy to book
A simplified booking process with easy online payments and fast confirmations. We handle all the paperwork and arrangements so you can just relax and enjoy your villa escape.

Reliable from check-in to check-out
We are available 24/7 during your stay to answer questions and ensure any issues are resolved promptly. Our dedicated concierge team can cater to your every need. We arrange your airport transfers, your villa check-ins and everything else you might need in between. From day tours and spas to delicious meals and babysitting services, our concierge service is available 7 days a week for any queries and assistance.

Handpicked villas
The highest standard of service and quality. All our partner villas pass our rigorous inspection process and are regularly monitored to maintain our high standards.

So if you're looking for the ultimate Seminyak villa experience, let our team of Bali experts guide you. Simply tell us what you're looking for in a villa holiday, and we'll take care of the rest. Book with confidence and start planning your perfect Bali getaway today!

Thomas Van Eyck
Senior Travel Consultant
Thomas Van Eyck
Why I Love Seminyak...

“In the heart of Bali, Seminyak shines as a prime destination for its serene beaches, luxury villas, and vibrant culture. It's perfectly positioned for both relaxation and exploration. The area boasts exquisite dining options, ranging from local delicacies to international cuisines, and the shopping scene is unmatched, with boutique stores dotting the streets.

I like the nightlife in Seminyak which offers a sophisticated flair, making it a complete package for visitors seeking a mix of tranquility, indulgence, and cultural engagement.

Sunsets along the coast of Seminyak are unmatched. For those looking to experience the best of Bali, Seminyak is a compelling choice, offering a memorable blend of luxury, comfort, and authentic Balinese hospitality, plus - it is very close to the airport.”

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Why we love to stay in Seminyak

Seminyak is the place to stay in Bali if you want to be close to the action but still have a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of central Kuta. Seminyak has a thriving restaurant and nightlife scene as well as beautiful beaches - but its traditional Balinese culture still remains evident throughout the area.

Seminyak offers the perfect combination of a relaxing beach getaway and an energetic cultural experience. Here are the main reasons why travellers choose to stay in Seminyak and why you should too!

Why we love to stay in Seminyak
Why we love to stay in Seminyak

Seminyak's beaches offer a quiet alternative to the more crowded beaches of Kuta and Legian. The beaches in Seminyak tend to be less crowded with sun loungers and vendors, giving a more relaxed atmosphere. The white sand beaches stretch for miles, perfect for long beach strolls and swimming in the turquoise waters.

Seminyak is known for its vibrant culinary scene, offering everything from casual warungs to high-end restaurants. There are over 200 restaurants and cafes lining the streets of Seminyak, serving world-class Indonesian, Thai, Italian and modern Australian cuisine. Guests can sample the local specialty of Babi Guling (roast pig) as well as international fare.

The shopping in Seminyak is legendary, with everything from high-end boutiques to local artisan stores and markets. Guests can spend hours browsing through clothing stores, art galleries, jewelry shops and home decor stores. The famous shopping streets of Oberoi, Kunti and Jalan Kayu Aya are lined with stores catering to all tastes and budgets.

At night, Seminyak transforms into a lively nightlife destination with trendy beach clubs, bars and restaurants. Guests can relax with a cocktail while taking in the sunset views, or dance the night away to live bands and DJs. The nightlife in Seminyak offers a more intimate and sophisticated alternative to the full-on party atmosphere of Kuta. Additionally, you can reach Canggu, Ubud and Uluwatu easily if you want to explore other parts of Bali.

Why we love to stay in Seminyak
Families with children will find plenty to see and do in Seminyak while also having the comfort and convenience of a villa stay. Here are a few reasons why Seminyak is perfect for families.

Families will love spending their day at any of the beaches in Seminyak. The beach has soft and sandy bottoms, making it perfect for kids to splash around in. Just make sure you don’t go out when the waves are too strong. You'll also find lifeguards and beachside cafés serving kid-friendly meals and snacks.

If you need a break from the beach, visit the nearby water parks and indoor playgrounds, such as Waterbom Bali and Waka Waka Bali, which offer fun activities for all ages.

After a day of fun under the sun, you and your family can recharge together in Seminyak’s countless spas. These spas offer special family packages and treatments, giving parents and kids a chance to relax and unwind.

If you want to arrange a tour to explore other areas of Bali, Seminyak has many transportation options and tour services that cater to families.
Beaches. Relax on the pristine sands of Seminyak Beach or Double Six Beach. You can also walk to neighbouring beaches like Kayu Aya Beach, Petitenget Beach, or Batu Belig Beach. Sun loungers, cafes and water sports rentals are all close at hand on all of these beaches.

Surfing. Catch waves at popular surf breaks in Seminyak, Double Six, or Kuta Beach. Rent surfboards from shops around Seminyak or hire an instructor for surf lessons. Bali Green Surf School, Santai Surf School, and MSP Surf School are all great options if you want to learn or improve your surfing skills.

Dining. Sample the best of Balinese and Indonesian cuisine at the many restaurants, cafes and warungs around Seminyak and Legian. You can find fresh seafood and tropical fruits around every corner. Some of the best and most Instagrammable restaurants to go during your trip to Seminyak are:
  • Breeze at The Samaya Seminyak
  • Bloom Neighbourhood Cafe Seminyak
  • Sea Circus Restaurant & Bar
  • La Lucciola
  • KYND Community
Spas. Pamper yourself at one of the renowned spas in and around Seminyak. Indulge in a traditional Balinese massage, a therapeutic and deeply relaxing experience you surely won’t want to miss. Check out some of the best spas in Seminyak for a rejuvenating session:
  • Lagoon Spa Seminyak
  • De Nyuh Spa & Beauty Salon Seminyak
  • Spring Spa Seminyak
  • Sundari Spa
  • Prana Spa
Shopping. Browse the trendy boutiques, fashion stores, art galleries and antique shops lining Seminyak's main shopping strip, Jalan Laksmana. Art lovers will also find plenty to discover in the many art galleries showcasing Balinese and Indonesian art. Stroll through the markets on weekends and prepare to bargain for unique souvenirs like hand-painted batik cloth, woodcarvings, sarongs and jewellery made by local artisans.

Temples. Visit nearby temples like Pura Petitenget to experience the tranquil atmosphere, stunning coastal views, and spiritual energy of Balinese temples. If you don’t mind the drive, you can go to Gunung Kawi Sebat, Pura Ulun Danu, Bratan Jagatnatha Temple, or Tanah Lot Temple - some of the most intricately designed temples you’ll ever see.

Beach Clubs. If you’re up for some drinks and live music while watching the sun go down, visit some of the most popular beach clubs in Seminyak like:
  • Ku De Ta.
  • Potato Head Beach Club
  • Mrs. Sippy
  • Beach Bar at Alila
  • W Retreat
Ubud. For a quick day trip, Ubud is only a 90-minute drive from Seminyak. Explore the cultural capital of Bali for some temple hopping, cooking classes, swinging atop rice fields, and more shopping. Marvel in Balinese architecture at the Ubud Royal Palace or play with the cheeky monkeys at the Sacred Monkey Forest. And if you’re sick of beach clubs, visit a jungle club in Ubud instead - Omma Bali has lush views of the cascading waterfalls of Tegenungan.

Canggu. Another side trip you can do from Seminyak is Canggu. Get up early and take a surf lesson at one of Canggu’s many surf schools then have breakfast at La Brisa. If you go on a weekend, you’ll catch their farmer’s market too, and maybe snag yourself a few trinkets. If you’re feeling artsy, you can take a pottery class at Nusa Clay Club and have a one-of-a-kind souvenir from your trip to Bali.
Seminyak offers a variety of transportation options to suit every traveller. Whether you're staying in a Seminyak villa or hotel, getting around Seminyak and to nearby areas is easy and convenient.
  • Rideshare and taxis: Numerous rideshare drivers (such as Gojek and Grab) and taxis like BlueBird are available to arrange a ride for a reasonable price. This is a convenient option for travelling longer distances or when you don't feel like walking.
  • Driver service: Many Seminyak villas include a private driver and vehicle as part of your stay. This convenient service can take you wherever you want to go in Seminyak and beyond. The driver can also help arrange activities and provide recommendations tailored to your interests.
  • Public transport: Public bemo buses run regular routes around the area, providing an affordable transportation alternative. However, the bus system can be tricky to navigate for visitors unfamiliar with the area.
  • Motorbike: This is one of the easiest way to get around Seminyak if you are confident in navigating Bali's traffic.
No matter how you choose to get around, Seminyak offers a range of transportation options to suit your travel needs and preferences. The convenient transportation makes it easy to explore and experience everything this popular resort town has to offer. We can also help you arrange a car rental service if needed.
Seminyak enjoys year-round tropical weather, making it a fantastic choice for a Bali holiday any time. The dry season from April to October offers the best weather to enjoy all of what Seminyak has to offer. This season is known as the "high season" as it is the busiest time in Seminyak, with ideal temperatures between 24 to 31 degrees Celsius. The beaches and resorts will be packed with tourists during this time, and prices for accommodation and flights might be more expensive. However, if you don’t mind the crowd and the extra costs, we suggest going to Seminyak during these months when the weather is perfect for swimming, sightseeing, surfing, hiking, and outdoor activities.

The wet season from November to March brings more rainfall and slightly higher humidity, but the temperatures remain warm. This "low season" is a bit less crowded and can offer better deals, though you'll see more rain. But hey, don’t let the rain stop you from having fun. The cheaper prices during the wet season mean it’s the best time for you to shop ‘til you drop, go cafe-hopping, and enjoy some spa time.
Seminyak's history dates back centuries, though the area remained relatively rural until the tourism boom began in the 1970s and 1980s. Located just south of Kuta and Legian, Seminyak had traditionally been home to rice fields and fishing villages.

The name "Seminyak" means "corner of the cloth" in Balinese, referring to the corner of a sarong. The first tourists to discover Seminyak in the 1980s were drawn by its quiet beaches and laid-back atmosphere compared to the party scene in Kuta.

As word spread about Seminyak, more and more travellers began visiting and eventually settling down. Luxury hotels and beachside villas began popping up, along with upscale restaurants, bars and boutiques. By the late 1990s and early 2000s, Seminyak had transformed into Bali's most sophisticated area, attracting a well-heeled international crowd. The beach promenade also began filling up with beach clubs, further cementing Seminyak's status as Bali's hotspot for beach life, shopping, dining and nightlife.

Despite the development, Seminyak has retained much of its Balinese charm. The streets are lined with temples, and traditional architecture mixes with stylish modern villas, making Seminyak the perfect blend of old and new.

How much does it cost to stay at a villa in Seminyak?

Villa rentals in Seminyak range from approximately $89 to over $4,000 per night. However, on average, you can find a villa from $200 to $400 per night.

Is it worth staying in Seminyak?

Yes! Seminyak is an excellent choice for a beach vacation in Bali, especially for first-time visitors. The convenient location, a wide range of activities and amenities, and upscale yet relaxed atmosphere make it worth a stay.

What are the best villas in Seminyak?

There is a villa to suit every taste in Seminyak, from traditional Balinese-style villas to modern villas close to the beach. The best villa for you depends on your preferences, group size, and budget. We can help you find the perfect Seminyak villa that fits your needs.

How big are Seminyak villas?

Seminyak villas range in size from 1 to 7 bedrooms or more. Solo travelers and couples typically stay in 1 to 2 bedroom villas, while families and groups of friends often opt for 3 to 4 bedroom villas. Larger villas are suitable for events and celebrations.

How long should I stay in Seminyak?

It depends on your travel preferences and how much you want to experience in Seminyak. For a quick visit, 1-2 nights is enough to sample Seminyak's beaches, dining and nightlife.

For a more relaxing stay, 3-4 nights allows time to truly unwind in a villa or hotel, explore multiple beach clubs, try different restaurants, and see a few cultural attractions. This gives you enough time to experience both the laid-back beach atmosphere as well as some of the cultural side of Seminyak.

For a more in-depth vacation, 5 nights or more gives you time to truly immerse yourself in Seminyak. You'll have the flexibility to wake up each morning and decide your plan without feeling rushed. You can dine at multiple restaurants, spend full afternoons at different beach clubs, shop for local handicrafts, and visit several cultural attractions like temples and museums.

Overall, we recommend staying at least 3-4 nights to truly feel like you've experienced what makes Seminyak special - the blend of beach relaxation, cultural exploration and excellent dining. Any less and you'll likely feel like you only scratched the surface of what this area has to offer.

Is there a Bali Travel Tax?

Bali’s tourism tax comes into effect on the 14th of February 2024, aimed at preserving its natural beauty and cultural heritage. For travelers, the new tourism tax means planning for an additional expense of IDR 150,000 (about USD10) upon entry into Bali. Every tourist needs to pay this, children are not exempted.

The new tourism tax applies to those visiting mainland Bali as well as its surrounding islands such as Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan.

The tourism tax is collected per entry, meaning if you leave Bali and travel to another part of Indonesia, you will need to pay the levy again upon your return to Bali.

How crowded does Seminyak Beach get?

Seminyak Beach is less crowded than nearby Kuta beach, though it does get busy during peak travel seasons. The southern end of the beach tends to be the most crowded, while the northern end remains more relaxed. Overall, Seminyak beach offers a more tranquil experience compared to other beaches in South Bali.