We were fortunate enough to be invited along with our friends Charlie and Lauren from Wandereres & Warriors, as the first guests to stay at the new addition to Hideout Bali, called the Hideout Beehive. The Hideout Beehive is an off-grid living space made entirely of bamboo. It is situated by a river that is surrounded by nature. The Hideout Bali is a luxurious stay for anyone that loves the beauty of nature and it’s peaceful environment.
How to get to Hideout Beehive Bali
Hideout Bali stays true to its name due to its location within the countryside of Bali. The surrounding area is full of local rice fields that have incredible views of Mount Agung. Hideout is towards the east of Bali and is roughly a 2 hour drive from Canggu. As you drive through the winding roads amongst the rice fields, you’ll see a large wooden sign indicating the entrance to Hideout Bali. This is the entrance to the complex which currently consists of three villas. The names of the villas are Hideout Bali, Hideout Lightroom and the new Hideout Beehive.
What to expect – Hideout Beehive Bali
We had the pleasure of staying at Hideout Beehive for one night with some friends. The unique bamboo design and structure blew us all away. It features one upstairs double bedroom with a balcony, an open downstairs living space and a bathroom. Additionally, there is a guesthouse suitable for two located by the river. Hideout Beehive is the biggest of the three as it accommodates up to 4 guests.
Hideout Beehive is an open house concept so you’ll always be able to enjoy the fresh air within the surrounding environment. As much as we enjoyed the open living space, our favourite feature was the small infinity pool that overlooked the river and jungle. The pool was the perfect spot to switch off as you listen to the sound of the flowing river. By the side of the pool, there are stairs leading down to the river if you would like to swim in the fresh water.
The upstairs bamboo balcony was another favourite of ours. It was the perfect spot to enjoy the sunset while the golden light peaked through the trees and reflected upon the bamboo.
The original Hideout Bali
If you’ve heard of Hideout Bali, it’s most likely because you’ve seen the photos on Instagram. The first Hideout is the most popular and is the most ‘Insta famous’ one. With a triangular window design and location right beside the river, it’s almost impossible to get a bad photo.
Hideout Lightroom is the smallest of the 3, but that doesn’t make it any less beautiful. It has a perfect photo opportunity for those looking to bathe in an outside bathtub filled with flower petals.