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After an exhausting but very interesting divetrip to Komodo/Flores, me and my friends (5 pax: 2 female, 3 male) took the decision to spend 1 more week for diving, relaxing and sightseeing on Bali and decided to stay @ Padadang Bai. In "Padang Bai Beach...More
Decided to spend two days between Flores and the Gilis in this place and we wer glad we did. Our superior room (nr 15) was facing the pool and had a nice balcony, good shower, aircon, a comfy bed and a fridge. It was small...More
Stayed 2 weeks at the resort. The resort is a perfect dive resort, with familiarly atmosphere and an outstanding friendly staff who always tried to make the stay as pleasant as possible. Diving activities are perfect organized (thanks again to Giovanni, Alena, Indra, Eka and...More
If you need a bare bones hotel for a quick one night stay before catching an onward ferry, this is your place. Room was old, but clean. Bed was comfortable and AC worked very well. There was a small balcony in my room which overlooked...More
Nice bungalow with fan, aircon and moscito net (which we did not have to use). Breakfast was pretty good as well, with a variety of pastry, eggs/ pancake made to order, fresh juices.
The whole resort is well maintained with a small pool, nice park-like...More
US$40 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We wanted to watch the AFL Grand Final last September. We could not find anywhere in Padangbai to watch it. No one had a TV. We ended up catching a taxi to Candidasa and went to the Crazy Kangaroo who had a massive big... More
We wanted to watch the AFL Grand Final last September. We could not find anywhere in Padangbai to watch it. No one had a TV. We ended up catching a taxi to Candidasa and went to the Crazy Kangaroo who had a massive big screen and lots of people, and had a great night. The taxi was about $10 Aussie each way.
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"I was in two different rooms and preferred the first floor room on the south side."