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As the title of this review says, you get what you pay for at Bakung Beach. Be certain, this is NOT a luxury hotel, it is for travelers on a budget who want to spend their money on things other than their accommodation. It's position...More
This hotel was really cheap at $30 AU a night for 2. Based on this it is a bargain and i would recommend! Mostly clean, bathroom was a bit moldy but other than that all in the room was great.
The pool needs maintenance, there...More
We stay in this hotel 2 nights. The staff was very nice 👍🏻, the swimming pool it's amazing 😉 and the food very good. But our room was smelling bad and the bathroom was not the best one. The room are serviced every day. I...More
It's a hidden gem tucked away the reception is a decent climb up many stairs you are greeted with a refreshing smile and very cold drink. The rooms are very neat and clean this hotel recently had an upgrade and the bathrooms are very big...More
I was there for 3 nights and i love the location as it near with many attractions place. Food was ok woth affordable price. Unfortunately, the air conditioning was leaking. I informed the receptionist but he told me to put the towel underneath the air-cond....More
US$17 - US$59 (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"?