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Aiona Garden of Health

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Sarasota, FL
Reviewed 15 May 2014

As the owners of a travel agency, my husband and I make it our business to travel around the world and visit the accommodations that we send individuals and yoga groups to. So, when we arrived at Aiona, we were a bit surprised to be rebuffed entirely. We tried explaining ourselves to someone who eventually met us in the cafe...

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6Thank QiDoctor
ottawa canada
Reviewed 16 January 2013

I only tried lunch there one day,the vegetarian food was very good.But because of lack of staff,you have to make a reservation a day ahead ,and you might be lucky ,that they are available to cook for you,probably just busy with ayurveda/yoga/meditation/tarot readings/and keeping up guest houses.

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Reviewed 5 January 2013

While one of my favorite stories from my trip to Bali was getting into a fight with the owner of this "meditation retreat," I would not recommend repeating the experience. The place was basically empty when we got there yet they told us only one room was available - we later realized that was the most expensive one. When we...

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9Thank ali b
Angwin, California
Reviewed 23 December 2012

Thank goodness we only ate here. We came specifically for vegetarian food for lunch. We second what everyone said about what they can actually serve vs. what was on the menu. The German owner seemed nice and somewhat chatty; however at retrospect, it may be due to our conversation about superfoods and mushrooms. His wife (?) would disappear and reappear...

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2Thank Zuma757
Reviewed 10 December 2012

The garden of health is located on a beautiful spot on the beach of Amed. But, unfortunately the place is owned by a unfriendly sometimes even rude German guy who actually complains the whole day about nearly everything, mainly about the care (or better the lack of care) for the environment by the Balinese people. He leaves no room for...

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5Thank Imshjp
Reviewed 10 September 2012

The Garden of Eden. We were rejected by a not very frendly "God". The rooms were expensive. Rumahku, about 2 km, awaywas a much better buy. New and fresh and very inexpensive. The best deal we had in Bali! Next to a Warung, Santa Fe which was very good.

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2Thank Rick G
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Reviewed 8 May 2012

I must stay that we did not stay here, we could not last that long. My partner and I arrived in Amed without a reservation and went looking for some accommodation. We went to Aiona because of a decent write up in Lonely Planet and because my partner and I are interested in Yoga and Meditation. We were shown a...

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4Thank Michael M
Bangkok, Krung Thep, Thailand
Reviewed 1 April 2012

We came in to buy fresh aloe vera for a sunburn, and instead received a really odd and random lecture about suncare and the necessity to buy knives when we travel. The whole place was eerily silent, and looked like an apothecary. Even after being totally creeped out by the joint, we still wanted to buy aloe. We had to...

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2Thank Christina R
Deutschland
Reviewed 2 October 2011

We have chosen this small guest house, because the descriptions of the website have sounded very inviting and we were interested in yoga and meditation sessions described. Unfortunately we have not read the reviews before, otherwise we would not probably chose this property. Our impression is consistent with those reported here already: The location of the accommodation is beautiful. The...

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2Thank Bali_2011Deutschland
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 7 July 2011

We read with amusement the very varied reviews on this site after visiting here for lunch . The gardens are a lovely location, very green and inviting with lots of colour in the flowering shrubs, and the owners both really friendly, although w got the sense that there were deffinite ways of doing things like others have said. The food...

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Address: Bunutan, Amed, Abang, Indonesia
Region: Indonesia > Bali > Abang > Amed
Number of rooms: 11
Also Known As:
Aiona Garden Of Health Amed, Bali
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