Bale Dangin

Bale Dangin is a charming room within a traditional Balinese house, seamlessly blending authentic Balinese architecture with modern comforts. In Balinese culture, "Bale Dangin" refers to a family or community pavilion within a traditional compound, often used for ceremonies, gatherings, or communal activities.
The room features intricate wooden carvings, reflecting the island's unique design aesthetic. They typically showcase traditional thatched roofs and an open layout to facilitate natural ventilation, embodying the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Bali.
Inside, guests enjoy amenities such as air conditioning and a water heater, ensuring a comfortable stay. The private bathroom, designed for modern convenience, offers a tranquil retreat with a refreshing shower and water heater.
With traditional textiles and artworks complementing contemporary furnishings, Bale Dangin provides a luxurious and culturally rich experience. This room is a harmonious fusion of Balinese heritage and modern convenience, inviting guests to savor the serenity of traditional Balinese living.


  • AC
  • Telephone
  • Water Heater
  • Amenities
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Kettle
  • Drink Water


  • Shower & Toiletries


6x4 meters