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This hotel should have been a little gem, its staff were lovely, the gardens ware lovely and the location was ideal but the negatives far out weighed the positives.
*There were many mangy looking cats in the dinning area, (we saw up to 5 at...More
The hotel is not so far from the beach, however you need to walk a bit and not to get to the better beach on the surroundings. To get to the more popular beaches, with restaurants, surf lessons, street shopping and others you have to...More
room were terrible bath room no water or it was so slow plus smell like sewerage the food was bad watermelon was off an use milk powder for milk an u walk around the place an it sinks book for 10 days an we left...More
We arrived just before midday & received our customary drink. Great welcome from the staff. We had to change our room as there was an adjoining door & we could see through to next door. The breakfast menu was no different to 4years ago &...More
Stayed here a couple of times and found it basic but clean. I have been in a renovated room both times. Older rooms are still getting done but okay. Pool was clean but no cocktails there. All the grog bottles seem to be for show...More
US$17 - US$30 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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hi Chris the walk from Bakung Beach hotel to Legian (I have done it many times) is a good solid one hour. Ok if you have the time and inclination and it's the cooler time of the day. the other option is a Bluebird taxi... More
hi Chris the walk from Bakung Beach hotel to Legian (I have done it many times) is a good solid one hour. Ok if you have the time and inclination and it's the cooler time of the day. the other option is a Bluebird taxi (don't get a "taxi" touting fixed rip off prices they are a total stitch up) which will cost about R30k-R40k. That is less than A $4.00 and will take about 15-20 minutes traffic dependent.
Hi I have to say I can't recall if there was an electric kettle in the room but best ask at the front desk. If they are not available they can be bought very cheaply at the Lippo Mall supermarket or Matahari's in Kuta... More
Hi I have to say I can't recall if there was an electric kettle in the room but best ask at the front desk. If they are not available they can be bought very cheaply at the Lippo Mall supermarket or Matahari's in Kuta Square.
A question for you: what is the quality of the pool water now. Is it a nice clear "blue" color (clear right to the bottom of the pool) or is it "clowdy"?