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Poppies Bali

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Poppies Lane 1 / 19 Jalan Legian, Kuta 80361 Indonesia
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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Updated 26/06/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
Updated 26/06/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.

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#3 of 347 hotels in Kuta
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After nearly four decades Poppies is still being discovered by those wishing to escape the glitz and glamour of grandiose hotels while expecting comfortable clean surroundings, friendly service, and Balinese charm. Spacious individual thatched cottages filled with collectors' antiques, Indonesian fabrics and a host of creature comforts nestle in beautifully kept gardens with ponds, waterfalls, towering coconut palms, and a stunning swimming pool built among rocks and sunbathing terraces, overhung with riotous bougainvillea.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Pool
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Free airport transportation
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Laundry service
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Poolside bar
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Safe
Bottled water
Minibar
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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OzTravellerx2 wrote a review Jan 2007
Sydney12 contributions14 helpful votes
Three years ago w were fortunate enough to be made aware of "The Secret Garden Inn" off Poppies 1 in Kuta Bali. It truly is a gem of a find. The building only opened three years ago. It is oblong and you enter via a reception lounge/offie. It has three levels, built in an oblong with the centre piece being a 9ft deep lengthy pool. Not suitable for youngsters. Ground floor and second floor have double rooms on the Eastern side, twin rooms on the Northern. Third level has a variety of town house type suites all with own gardens full kitchens, laundry etc., Breakfast is included for the double and twin rooms.. The rooms were like a spacious Motel room complete with punker fan also Air Conditioning individually controled a TV with remote also a large fridge over a metre high. Plenty
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nevl wrote a review Oct 2006
New Zealand106 contributions46 helpful votes
We re-visited this hotel in January 2006. Although maintaining its delightfully secluded atmosphere it was disappointing to find that most of the exterior air-conditioning compressors were very worn and noisy, and consequently the indoor units were inefficient and needed to be kept at full blast to maintain a comfortable temperature. I would go there again, but only when the AC has been upgraded. Incidentally, the lady who complained that taxis cannot reach Poppies got it all wrong - did it not occur to her how Poppies own shuttle bus operates? To reach Poppies, cars must approach from the seaward end of Gang Poppies 1 and turn right into their parking space. Nev Robinson
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Date of stay: January 2006
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ambrosiamonkey wrote a review Aug 2006
Berkeley CA27 contributions44 helpful votes
We spent four nights in Poppies I in Kuta, and would have gladly stayed longer had our itinerary allowed. The cottages are very comfortable and positioned for maximum privacy; you can sit on your front porch and feel that you are in a private garden. The layout of the cottage was great, and the bathroom was our hands-down favorite balinese bathroom of all the ones we saw during our three weeks there, even compared against places we stayed that cost three times as much per night. The staff was very attentive- when we checked in, the woman who showed us to our cottage noticed a few burned out bulbs, and came back five minutes later with a workman to have them replaced. Also, when we checked out, the staff noticed I'd left my earrings on the bedside table, and came running
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Curious2065 wrote a review Oct 2005
Nassau, Bahamas3 contributions24 helpful votes
We paid $65 a night and stayed for 7 days. After a hectic but satisfying day around Kuta, we could hide in the tranquility of our bungalow set in beautiful gardens with little fishfilled ponds and tiny waterfalls everywhere... The swimming pool is absolutely spectacular and inviting. Hard to believe this is smack bang in the middle of Kuta... The service was excellent and the staff were available at all times... Broadband internet available in our room at only 5 bucks a day! We rented a driver and vehicle for a whole day for $30, the driver was very friendly and professional and a joy to be with all day and, believe me, we were very demanding... I would recommend this hotel to anybody anytime, it is hard not to rave about this little gem, stay away from the big places and feed
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Date of stay: September 2005
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Petals W wrote a review Sep 2005
2 contributions34 helpful votes
Stayed at Poppies Cottages with my sister for ten days. The gardens are spectacular. Swimming pool and spa were also fantastic. Just a little paradise in the hustle and bustle. Downside was not being able to get a taxi to the cottages. You have to exit at Bemo corner and walk - not that it's a big problem but late at night you have to pass through some dark alleys - and lots of dogs. Dogs were a problem. Kept me awake all night with the barking and fighting. Only other downside was no tv in the room. I had to hire a tv and dvd player which I thought should have been standard. The outdoor bathroom was fantastic, the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The cottages were fine, nothing overflash but perfect for what we wanted. I probably wouldn't stay here again
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Date of stay: June 2005
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Response from SambalSamuiBali, Director, Poppies Asia at Poppies Bali
Responded 8 Mar 2007
As from 1 January 2007 each Poppies Cottage now has the added facility of a Sony 23" wide-screen LCD TV with 40 channels available, together with brand-new DVD player for screening movies. The screen swivels to face either the bed or the seating alcove. IPod and other MP3 users are also catered for - there is now a connector to the existing in-room audio system.
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PRICE RANGE
US$92 - US$137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
poppies bali hotel kuta
LOCATION
IndonesiaBaliKuta DistrictKuta
NUMBER OF ROOMS
20
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