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Where to stay in Bali for a romantic honeymoon

When you make the decision to visit Bali for your honeymoon, you won’t have to worry about finding a romantic place to stay on Indonesia’s Island of Gods.

Bali, Indonesia offers a wide range of accommodations from the thrifty to the luxurious so no matter your budget, there is a place to stay to suit your budget.

However, when it comes to a place to stay in Bali for an ultra-romantic vacation, it would not get better than Capella Ubud Hotel Bali.

It is the best hotel in the world, according to Travel + Leisure, which releases its World's Best Awards annually in which the top spot this year went to Capella Ubud Hotel Bali.

Read also: Capella Ubud Hotel Bali is World’s Best Hotel: Travel + Leisure

Capella Hotels and Resorts Group, which operates Capella Ubud, also won second-best in Travel + Leisure's hotel brand category.

“Our vision is to create a perfect living space which is made possible thanks to our dedicated team who provide the highest level of personalization and experience that is curated to celebrate their community and culture,” said Capella Hotels and Resorts CEO Nicholas M. Clayton.

Capella Ubud Hotel Bali not only took the coveted award for the Hotel in the World category but also for the Resort Hotel in Asia category.

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