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We booked in Australia before we left but wished we had looked at the villas first. A waste of money really. Our room wasn't ready on time and when we did get the key we discovered no hot water and half the powere points not...More
When we first arrived we were both greeted with a warm welcome from Bli Putu. He took our luggage and gave us a tour around our villa. He gave us simple and helpful instructions on how to operate the villa as well. The next day...More
Did much research on this villa and looked at many reviews was very disappointed .
Bed in villa was so bad sleeped on couch for 7 nights with mozzys.
Next to the shower if you like a freeze- burn effect and no water flow this...More
Lovely rooms, pool area, lounge area and kitchen. Furniture is funky but could be updated bit. The bathrooms are outdoor/indoor. The location is excellent, next to Bali Deli and Seminyak Raya. Overall a great stay.
Nice room and very convenient but a bit old
The staff are very helpful and nice
There are free shuttle in Seminyak area till 8 PM
For the second day we ordered American breakfast but it was the worst American breakfast in my life Poor...More
US$90 - US$255 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, the airport is closed on the NYEPI holiday. Tourists are obliged to follow the rules of the Balinese tradition and nobody is allowed on the streets with the exception of the emergency services. You will have to stay... More
Yes, the airport is closed on the NYEPI holiday. Tourists are obliged to follow the rules of the Balinese tradition and nobody is allowed on the streets with the exception of the emergency services. You will have to stay within the confines of the villa. Food is served until early evening in the villas. Noise is also restricted, no loud music allowed. All cable television services are cut over the NYEPI holiday.