Hostels in Ubud, Indonesia

48 hostels available. Prices start from $2 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Ubud

Sunshine Vintage House

Free Breakfast Privacy Curtains
Quiet Rest
"…If you wish to explore the island on your own, our staff can assist you to rent a bicycle or motorbike. We're just a 10 minute to walk to ubud centre, 3 minute walk to the famous yoga barn and big … More
Adventure Hostels Family-Friendly Hostel Solo Traveller
"…There is another toilet available as well, but that one is not in the room. Common Spaces In front of the dorm is a nice corner to sit. In the garden are tables and chairs; in the morning … More
Female Solo Traveller Solo Traveller
"Arya is a 5-star wellness hostel for young woman who's looking for a high quality and an unique experience. We are the perfect place for a relaxing, healthy and social stay through a combination … More
Couples Female Solo Traveller Boutique Hostel
"…* puppy therapy * cooking class * family dinner (live music + balinese dancers) * mt batur hiking * day trip (waterfall, local school, rice terrace, coffee plantation) We are a fun, safe … More

Kuna Bali (previous Arya Monkey Forest)

Free Breakfast Privacy Curtains
Female Solo Traveller Solo Traveller
"Kuna Bali is a little oasis hostel hidden in a very peaceful and quiet street just behind the Monkey Forest Sanctuary and only a few steps from the main sights, shops and restaurants in Ubud. … More

Bali Bamboo Jungle Huts & Hostel

Free Breakfast
Couples Family-Friendly Hostel
"Very nice resort, it's huge and beautiful, staff always nice and atten - We have never in our live been in a better hotel! It was absolutely amazing staying here. The pool is great, you can order … More
Digital Nomads Party Hostel Solo Traveller
"…However, there is no other furniture to store personal valuables and with the number of people -- and backpacks -- inside the room, detecting which items belong to whom can be a bit tricky. With … More
Solo Traveller
"Green Paddy Hostel Villa is a hostel with unique concept. Combination of hostel style with villa facilities, ideally suited for all tourists who want to feel stay at villa in Ubud, but pay in … More

Pillow Inn

Free Breakfast
Couples Female Solo Traveller Party Hostel
"…Feeling adventurous? Join our free ‘chasing waterfalls’ road trip! And, when you're ready to get to work, our modern co-working space is equipped with high-speed wifi to keep you connected. … More

WW Backpackers

Free Breakfast
Digital Nomads
"…Payment on Arrival:Cash Only Tax Included Breakfast Included NO smoking in Room, but have smoking area Age Restriction: No kids under 12yrs Reception working hours: 07:00 - 23.00" …"…By … More
Female Solo Traveller
"…Check out before 11:00 am. 4. Payment upon arrival by cash only. 5. Reception working hours 08:00-21:00. 6. No age restriction. 7. Taxes included. 8. Breakfast included. 9. No pets." …"…It … More

The Wayan House

Free Breakfast
Adventure Hostels Solo Traveller Youth Hostel
"…Payment upon arrival by cash only. 4. Cancellation Policy: Up to 72 hours advance notice before arrival is required. 5. Age Restriction: The minimum age to stay at the hostel is 10 years old. … More

Aura Dormitory House

Free Breakfast
Adventure Hostels Solo Traveller
"…7 am to 9 pm . 6. Age Restriction:12+. 7. Taxes included. 8. Breakfast included. 9. Curfew: guests should be quiet after 24:00." …"Aura Dormitory House Ubud is located on Jalan Gunung Sari … More

Gypsy Lust Hostel

Free Breakfast
Female Solo Traveller Solo Traveller
"…Payment on Arrival: Cash and Credit Card, without extra charge for credit card service fee. Tax Included Included breakfast No smoking in Room, but we have a smoking area Age Restriction: … More
Family-Friendly Hostel
"…Cancellation policy: 1 day before arrival. In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay. Check-in from 14:00 to 23:00. Check out before 11:00. … More

In Da Lodge

Free Breakfast
Solo Traveller
"…Although it is just a five-minute walk from both of Ubud's busiest shopping roads, it is well hidden in a quiet side street up on a small hill, which lets it remain a quiet and green paradise … More
"…Tax Included Breakfast Included No smoking in Room, but have smoking area Age Restriction:18- 55 Reception working hours 24hours" …"…From Ubung Bus Station : Taxi/ car 1.5 hours for any … More
Digital Nomads Quiet Rest
Jalan Raya Pengosekan Ubud More
"…- Daily housekeeping service - Complimentary of drinking water, tea and coffe anytime at the kitchen. - Free water refill - Free City and temple maps - Free WiFi in all rooms" …"Our hostel is … More

Keladi House

Free Breakfast
Solo Traveller
"Located in one of Ubud’s fabulous, Keladi House Ubud combines a friendly, very relaxed atmosphere in the middle of the rice field with exciting activities and calm Ubud life. You’ll get good vibes … More

Hostels in Ubud, Indonesia

48 hostels available. Prices start from $5 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Ubud (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Ubud.

 Hostels in Ubud

On the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia, one of the most friendly, stunning, and calming locations is the town of Bali Ubud, Indonesia. Ubud is located in Central Bali, putting a significant amount of distance between it and the beach party scene that envelopes Kuta, and to a lesser extent, Canggu. Ubud is widely regarded as one of the most prominent cultural centers in Bali, due in large part to its wonderfully unique architecture and tranquil surroundings. There are a growing number of Bali Ubud, Indonesia hostels and homestays, making it easy for visitors to find accommodation for the duration of their stay at an affordable cost. The hostels in Bali Ubud, Indonesia, are all strategically situated, allowing travelers to pick the location that best suits the purpose of their visit.

There is a much more spiritual and peaceful vibe that exists in Ubud as opposed to many other parts of Bali, making it a sanctuary for Yoga enthusiasts, artists, spiritual souls, and just your everyday backpackers. As in the rest of Bali, the best way to get around in Ubud is by scooter or motorbike, as it provides you with the freedom and convenience of being able to go wherever you desire, when you desire. There are numerous bike rental shops in the town so pricing them out and getting the best deal is paramount if you're on a budget. One of the most popular tourist destinations in Ubud is the magical Sacred Monkey Forest; there are also some other lesser-known things you must try during your stay. At the top of this list is visiting an art gallery, the Ubud Palace, temples, and markets -- all of which enrich your perspective on the beautiful area and culture by which you are surrounded.

If you are stuck in your life, fed up with the rat race of the big city, or just want to experience the city with Bali's most spectacular culture, look for a hostel in Ubud! Since Elisabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray and Love," was published and subsequently made into a movie, Ubud has become a favourite with people looking for the meaning in life and it is the meeting place and mecca of most esoteric healing and meditation experts. Walking through the streets, you can hear the relaxing sound of Balinese music and walking into the many inviting massage salons, you can refresh every pore of your body.

However, even those who are not that much into self-healing will find tons of things to do here as well. One of the most visited attractions in Ubud is the Monkey Forest, which is a huge park with traditional carved stones and plenty of friendly monkeys who will be happy to pose with you for your selfies.

Moreover, the city offers more temples and sacred Hindu places than probably any other place in Indonesia. These can be visited for free during the day and serve as excellent backgrounds to the numerous dancing shows that take place once the sun sets. Another place that is definitely worth a visit is the traditional market, where you can buy everything from local flower petals to children's toys, from Wayang puppets to artistic paintings. And if you get interested in the local art, why not visit one of the many art galleries and exhibitions scattered all over the city or just get lost in the breathtakingly beautiful traditional streets with spectacular statutes and gateways beckoning to you all the way.

Another great thing about Ubud is that even though the local culture is very strongly present, it is one of the few places in Indonesia where you can find food from all over the planet. Even though food prices are probably the highest compared to anywhere else in Indonesia, most eateries have a very special atmosphere and work with quality ingredients, so it's well worth the price.

In the very unlikely case that you are tired of Ubud, there is lots to do on the outskirts of the city as well. To the north are the Tegalalang ride paddies, which are definitely worth a visit with their lush, green, terraced rice plantations. Group hikes can be organised here to have a closer look at the traditional rice cultivation (ask at your hostel for more info).

To the south, there is Goa Gajah, the Elephant Cave, which is a temple inside a cave that has an elaborate elephant carving over it. Although it will probably not take you more than half an hour to visit, it will definitely offer a unique experience.

All in all, Ubud is a must for any traveler, because it is such an exceptional place that you will not be able to find anywhere else in the world. From traditional healing to spectacular temples, this place has everything to keep every age group entertained and an Ubud hostel is a great place from which to base yourself so you are in the middle of it all!

Written by local enthusiast for Ubud hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Ubud hostels JudyM

Ubud Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Ubud, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 48
Average dorm price $13
Average private room price $56
Cheapest hostel in Ubud Permaculture House with $4.5
Party hostels in Ubud Putra Ubud Guest House (7 in total)
Most Ubud hostels are located in Gianyar
Average rating of all hostels 7.4

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Blahbatuh (7 Km / 5 mi.)
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