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All reviewsla tartinecolonial timescute cottagesdolls houseeach cottagethe main streetprivate villa with a poolyoga studiostayed here for nightsonsite restaurantbypass roadgorgeous gardensbusy roadstaff is very friendly and helpfulair conhuge bathpoolside bar
A real treat to stay at this special place reminiscent of colonial times
Although quite simple without toiletries and the usual hotel amenities it was a delight to escape the busy streets and beach area
There is a central pool area surrounded by the individual...More
We have been kind a surprised to find this cute hotel close by the busy main road in Sanur. We stayed in 618 (or 816) and had a fabulous sleep in there. The Beds are just perfect comfortable, the bathroom is quiet cool as well...More
Fantastic little hotel, quirky and fun. Decorated with an eclectic mix of Indonesian & European 'souvenirs'. Everything you need is on site - pool, cafe, Spa and the gardens beautifully kept by friendly staff who greet you with a smile, every time.
This is a great little resort that is very affordable with nice bungalows. Ours was located next to the pool. Bring your mosquito spray.. youll need it in the wooden bungalows.
The location is rather strange and everyone at the resort seems to think you...More
Spend here and afternoon because I couldn't get a late checkout in my hotel. So booked a wooden cottage for only 6 hours but money was well spend. Nice little wooden houses that remind me of the colonial times (not that I am from the...More
As the others have said- there are a few steps up to the cottages- think ours had 4, once up there though we were on the flat- ours did not have any door frames to climb over. The bathroom is huge however, only you can... More
As the others have said- there are a few steps up to the cottages- think ours had 4, once up there though we were on the flat- ours did not have any door frames to climb over. The bathroom is huge however, only you can decide if the steps up are an issue for you. Another thing to consider is the paths around the gardens are not particularly flat, and the doors into the café where breakfast is served are not particularly wide. It may be worth asking about the private villas- they may not have the steps up to them. Do ask the hotel if in doubt, they are very helpful.