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Kusnadi hotel is in the heart of Legian, so outside is noisy, but inside is a quiet oasis. The rooms are comfortable and clean, bathroom ok, although no shower curtain means a bit of water on the floor. Beautiful pool and gardens. Close to everything,...More
Cannot recommend highly enough, small boutique hotel, great rooms surrounded by beautiful gardens and lovely swimming pool, staff are fantastic, great for couples and singles, wouldn't recommend for family with children though, no activities for them except the pool and most guests that stay there...More
Been staying at this hotel for years but checked in last week and not happy. We were allocated an upstairs room above a ktichen renovation involving lots of power tools. Checking back on my emails and I will share blame as I did not clarify...More
great atmosphere at this hotel..plenty of rooms all little different for young & old you do feel as if you are in Bali....close to everything..staff very nice..room clean food good..will be going back....
While initially having reservations due to the facility not looking like my perception of a conventional hotel, this was the property I enjoyed the most out of several hotels during our trip around Indonesia. There is a very relaxed atmosphere and is very quiet and...More
US$31 - US$84 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#17 On the Beach Hotel in Legian
#31 Spa Hotel in Legian
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Yes it used to be called Rum Jungle, it first opened in the 70's and I'm told it was a pretty crazy place back then. It used to be a popular place to stay for expats and overseas visitors doing business in Bali. It's quite... More
Yes it used to be called Rum Jungle, it first opened in the 70's and I'm told it was a pretty crazy place back then. It used to be a popular place to stay for expats and overseas visitors doing business in Bali. It's quite different now, but remains a beautiful place to stay if you're looking for a small, quiet, boutique hotel. Great rooms set around beautiful gardens and swimming pool and the staff are really friendly and helpful. Highly recommend!