Artotel Sanur

Located only two minutes from Sanur Beach, this boutique hotel offers a strategic location close to several popular destinations, like Matahari Terbit Beach, which is only 3.9 km away, Serangan Island, which is only 5 km away, and Semawang Beach, which is only 3 minutes-walk away. This hotel is also close to several restaurants, food stalls, and gift shops. The international airport can be reached with only a 25 minutes-drive from the hotel.

Artotel Sanur is an art-inspired design hotel that exhibits some thought-provoking works by some of the most relevant Bali-based contemporary artists of today. There are three types of rooms, they are spacious and all of them has a wall painting that represents Balinese tastes. Some of the rooms also have a leisure area.
Artotel Sanur explores a whole new approach to hospitality by bringing vibrancy and colors to the island’s favorite seaside village, Sanur. This boutique hotel uses Sanur’s annual kite festival as the main design inspiration and incorporates kites within the hotel facade as well as the interior. This atmosphere can be seen in the rooms and the amenities.

This property has a total of 89 studio rooms and three meeting rooms that can cater for up to 100 people. Each room is equipped with flat TV, free WiFi, laptop safe, and coffee machine. There is a luxury restaurant, ROCA, BART rooftop bar, rooftop infinity swimming pool, Smita Spa, as well as rotation ARTSPACE that will satisfy the needs of millennial travelers looking for a different Bali experience.
Artotel Sanur
Jl. Kusuma Sari No.1, Sanur, Bali 802777
T. 0361 – 472 1000 T. 0361 – 472 1103


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