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Aju and her staff is very friendly. Rooms are clean but basic. Bathroom a bit outdated but clean. A-C and Fan. Breakfast great, many choices. Really next to hot spring where you can spend day for Rp 10000. Village is 20 min walk. Great GadoGado...More
We visited here on our way to our hotel in north Bali and enjoyed our visit. It costs 10,000 idr per person to enter. On your walk to the springs there are lots of stalls selling goods. At the springs there are toilets and changing...More
ACCIDENTLY TOOK KEY..WILL FIND TOUR COMPANY TO RETURN TO YOU AYU.
Anyone going there soon? I'm at Legong Keraton Canggu.
Like a rain forest. Peaceful beauty.
Ayu is a caring and knowledgable lady.
We had the large room ..three stories up..more stairs..balcony views beautiful....More
Nice accommodation, right next to the hot springs, the couple who run it are lovely. The food in the restaurant is mainly local food, breakfast is as in most places in Bali, a couple of slices of bread, scrambled eggs and some fruit. The rooms...More
We stayed at Grya Sari in 2014 (please see review) and decided to return again on our recent visit. And we loved it just as much as the first time. The hotel is a welcome reprieve from busier areas in Bali. And Ida Bagus and...More
US$21 - US$26 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Are there rooms that are more accessible to less ambulatory guests?
3 December 2015|
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The huts have a fews stairs, but to get to the actual property, (and to the huts and dining area around the property) the stairs are very steep, which means that the property is in a kind of valley, and damp. Damp... More
The huts have a fews stairs, but to get to the actual property, (and to the huts and dining area around the property) the stairs are very steep, which means that the property is in a kind of valley, and damp. Damp = slippery. Im in my late 50s, and I have a bad lower back, (however, I backpack around Asia regardless of that) which is why I went to the hot springs, and I took the stairs and walking around the property very very slowly and carefully. It was an issue for me, but I managed. It depends on what you mean by 'less ambulatory'....
It was, however, great being able to stay so close to the hot springs tho. The couple who manage the place are truly lovely
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"Get the big room up the top if you are happy to climb a lot of stairs. Worth it."