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Breakfast can be served at the Sweet Ginger Cafe, around the pool or in your room. A choice of breakfasts are available including Tropical Fruit Salad with Muesli and Yoghurt, Vegetable and Cheese Omelette, Banana Pancake with Palm Sugar & Cinnamon Syrup, Croissant with Butter and Jam. Tropical fruit cuts is included to each breakfast choice. Freshly brewed coffee or tea, and fruit juice are also included in the breakfast.
24-hour reception and concierge service, with staff ready to help you plan and book the holiday of your dreams.

We hope you have a lazy and relaxing tropical holiday at Bali Ginger Suites & Villa.


Frequently Asked Questions

Reservations and Bookings


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Reservations and Bookings

What is available?

The online calendar shows availability for all rooms and is updated every 24 hours.

Can you give a discount?

Bali Ginger Suites & Villa is priced to be great value. Book direct via our web site for best rates and current specials. Discounts are available for long term bookings.

Are there any other fees or charges?

Room rates are liable to a 10% Government Tax and 5% Service charge and are included in final quotes. There are no additional fees or charges, unless you request additional services.

Is Bali Ginger Suites & Villa suitable for a large group?

Bali Ginger Suites & Villa has a total of 10 bedrooms and 2 swimming pools, making it ideal accommodation for a group of up to 20 people, or of course you can choose any combination as required. For example, by selecting all of the Poolside Suites you can enjoy 5 bedrooms all set around the one stunning pool.

Does the rate include airport transfers?

If you book 5 nights or more, we will include one free airport transfer on arrival. Otherwise the charge is $25 for our car and driver to meet you at the airport or drop you off. This is about the same price as the airport taxis with the added convenience that our driver knows exactly where we are.

Are Bali Ginger Suites and Shikumen Villa (Bali Ginger Villa) the same thing?

Bali Ginger Suites and Bali Ginger Villa (before known as Shikumen Villa) are located next door to each other, and are under the same management and share the same reception desk, driveway and parking area. Stylistically they are very different, with the Shikumen built utilizing antique timber houses and includes a private pool whilst Bali Ginger Suites & Villa are modern and share the lovely 14m Ginger swimming pool in quiet courtyard.

How can I pay for the accommodation?

A 50% deposit is required to confirm all bookings, with the balance paid in cash on arrival. Payments can be made via funds transfer or credit card. Bank charges are the responsibility of the guest. Payments made by credit card attract a 3% surcharge. Credit card details can be held as surety until your funds transfer has been received. Credit card details can be sent via the secure online form on our website.

What happens if I cancel my booking?

We have a no-refund policy. However, if a substitute booking is taken, a full or partial refund may be provided at the discretion of the management. We recommend travel insurance, which will cover any losses for cancelled accommodation. There are many affordable options for travel insurance including 1cover.


Is there a swimming pool?

Bali Ginger Suites has a beautiful 14 meter swimming pool which is set in a stunning walled courtyard with tropical garden and mature palm trees. Large sun lounges look over the pool. A feature of the courtyard is the hand-crafted glass triptych which is backlit at night to stunning effect. Bali Ginger Villa (Shikumen Villa) has a private pool.

Can you put up a pool fence?

We can put up a pool fence around the pool at the Bali Ginger Villa (Shikumen Villa). Extra charges apply

Can you provide spa treatments?

Our staff are able to organise a range of spa treatments for you in your room, including Balinese Massage, Hot Stone Massage as well as manicures, pedicures and facials. Bali Ginger Suites & Villa is equipped with a portable massage table which can be set up in your room. For security purposes we only allow approved businesses to supply spa services to the Bali Ginger Suites.

Is there air-con and WiFi?

Bali Ginger Suites have been designed to include modern conveniences for a relaxed tropical holiday. Every bedroom is equipped with air-conditioner, local and international direct dial telephone system (charges apply) intercom and cable TV. We also provide free WiFi, the signal is strongest in the public areas. We have had the best ICT guy set up the best wireless interface available, but there isn’t anything we do about Bali’s internet speed which can be slow at times.

Can I arrive late at night?

Check in is available 24 hours a day. Reception is open from 7am to 11pm and our staff are happy to help with any questions or information you may need such as booking restaurants and tours.

Is there car parking available?

Limited parking is available.

Food and Drink

Does the rate include breakfast?

Book 3 nights and the room includes FREE breakfast from the Sweet Ginger Cafe. Every suite is supplied with tea, coffee, milk and sugar as well as unlimited mineral water.

Are there kitchen facilities?

Bali Ginger Villa (Shikumen Villa) have fully equipped kitchens and large fridge. The 1 bedroom Suites are equipped with fridge, kettle, toaster and free mineral water, tea and coffee as well as all of the cutlery, crockery and basic kitchen equipment you would need to make a light snack. If you want to eat in, there are a wide range of restaurants which have a delivery service. Hello Bali! lists some of these restaurants with their menus and The Beat magazine has contact details for all of the restaurants in the area.

Is there a minibar?

Each Suite is supplied with a refrigerator and is stocked with a selection of drinks at supermarket prices. You are also welcome to bring in your own food and drinks.

Is there a cook?

A cook or butler can be provided at extra charge in the Bali Ginger Villa (Shikumen Villa), booking is essential.


How near is Bali Ginger Suites & Villa to shops, restaurants and nightlife?

Bali Ginger Suites & Villa is right in the heart of Seminyak, but is tucked away off the main streets and surrounded by a great range of shops, restaurants and entertainment in every direction. Many are within walking distance or a short $2 taxi ride. There are delicious restaurants for all budgets and all tastes; live music venues playing Jazz and Blues, Elvis cover bands and even a few drag queen shows (very popular for hens nights). There are sports bars, nightclubs, supermarkets, spas, salons and boutiques. It is also a short 500 metre walk to the beach, which has great cafes for enjoying a beer and sea food while the sun sets. Taxis are plentiful and cheap, and allow our guests to venture further afield such as east to Legian and Kuta or west to Petitenget for Potato Head and the growing number of great restaurants in that direction or north to Kerobokan where many new restaurants and shops are opening.

How do you get to Bali Ginger Suites & Villa?

Bali Ginger Suites & Villa is on Jl Drupadi II which runs off Jl Drupadi, Mini Mart is on the corner. At the end of this short road, turn left into the driveway which leads you straight into the carpark and reception for Bali Ginger Suites & Villa. Bali Ginger Suites & Villacan also be accessed by foot from a small lane which runs off Jl Dyana Pura, Chicken Brother Restaurant is on the corner.

Is it quiet at Bali Ginger Suites & Villa?

The precinct is definitely “inner city”, and is vibrant after dark. You will hear music from the clubs at night. Knowing this, we have designed the property to minimise noise using materials selected for their sound insulation properties and give our guests a restful nights sleep. We also do not permit guests to disturb other guests after 9pm.

Is it safe in Bali?

Bali is attracting tourists in record numbers however, at times the Australian Government gives out warnings against travel to Indonesia. As well as this, Bad news stories from Bali are sensationalised in the Australian media, and good news stories rarely see the light of day. Drink lots of water, be careful about what you eat, apply lots of common sense along with sunscreen and mosquito repellent, relax and enjoy Bali.

What is the weather like in Bali?

Bali is eight degrees south of the equator and has a typical tropical climate with Wet and Dry Seasons. Generally is it warm and there is very little change in the average temperatures across the year. When considering Bali weather and climate, the dry season from June to October is the best time of year to travel with clear skies and lovely warm temperatures. If however you come during the Wet Season which runs from November to March you are in for some warm wet fun. The coastal areas have high humidity during the Wet Season, and along with the slightly higher temperatures means that you will feel sticky and hot and will want to jump back into the pool. A short deluge in the morning can turn a road into a river. The water however goes as quickly as it arrives and is usually gone by the afternoon; a nuisance rather than a danger. Staying at this time of year you may find yourself wading ankle-deep through water to get to the taxi, and the beach may simply be out of the question as it becomes awash with debris brought down by the rivers. Raincoats and umbrellas are semi-useful, and you can expect to get wet if you go out, best to just linger longer at the coffee shop until the rain stops. After the downpour the skies can clear quickly, and it is “another beautiful day in paradise”. The end of the wet season is marked by the Nyepi celebration where monsters parade the streets, which is worth seeing at least once in a life-time.

Surfers have 2 seasons to consider. During the middle of the dry season (July to September) the west coast of Bali is favourable for surfing. While in the wet months from November to March the wind turns around and the west side of the island now has the better off-shore breaks.

The month of July can be windy and is perfect conditions for locals to fly their large kites, and the skies hum from the strings. You can attend kite festivals and join the local celebrations. The pleasant winds bring relief from the heat. Some parts of Bali will be very dry, and the lush greenery seems to have vanished as if never to return. However the ricefields always bring that emerald hue to the landscape, and our gardens are always lush and feature a surprising array of flowers.top

Is it safe at Bali Ginger Suites & Villa?

Bali Ginger Suites & Villa has 24 hour staffing and CCTV cameras monitoring the public areas. All bedrooms have safe deposit boxes. Outside visitors must register at Reception before being permitted to enter.

Where do we go and what can we do in Bali?

There is so much to see and do, with something for everyone. We highly recommend that you arrive with at least a few ideas about what you would like to do so that you get the kind of holiday you want, or you can just follow your nose. Most information about what to do and where to go can be easily found on the internet. Our staff are very happy to help you with recommendations, information and booking tours etc. To give you a start, below are just a few of the things we enjoy about Bali.


Should I tip staff?

By all means tip staff if you feel like you wish to. It is not expected or required but very much appreciated. Tips are shared unless guests request otherwise. We do provide bonuses to staff, and welcome your feedback as a guide to this. Our staff also love getting mentioned in a review.  Any tips can be left with staff at reception.