Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Kelly from Australia
Simply amazing!!!Posted Apr 24, 2013
Pros: Loved the pool, and the staff
Cons: Nothing, everything was outstanding
Location: A short drive to seminyak square and the staff at Akasha organised our free transport whenever we wanted to go there. So easy.
Amazing villa, very attentive staff, so helpful. We just adored it here. The staff at Akasha made our stay even better!
for Getaway With Friendsby Andy from Leeds, UK
A beautiful Luxury HideawayPosted Mar 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed in the Akasha for one night whilst on a world cruise. From the moment we arrived the staff were amazingly gracious and helpful with all of our requests, nothing was too much trouble. Even a problem with the booking (not the fault of the hotel) was sorted out in an instant. When we first walked into the Villa I couldn't believe my eyes. we had a 4 bedroom villa and it was absolutely beautiful. Set around a stunning pool which was a lot bigger than expected, the rooms were all luxurious and very clean, every room featured an en-suite bathroom with an outdoor and indoor shower. The room service food was all great and very reasonably priced. Breakfast made in our kitchen was wonderful and I can highly recommend the Spa services. We all had various massages either in our rooms or by the pool and everyone was very happy with the service.The hotel is a little bit out of the way but this is actually a plus point for me as you are within 10 minutes of the centre of Seminyak but far enough away so that the hotel surroundings are very peaceful. If you do want o experience the nightlife you will need to get a taxi but they are very cheap and reception will be more than happy to call one for you. If you're looking for a luxury retreat in Bali then this is place, I will definitely be staying here again.
for Familiesby Peter
Posted Dec 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby Ed from Melbourne VIC, Australia
Family tripPosted Nov 1, 2012
My family and i just returned from a fantastic trip to Bali. We stayed in a 2 bedroom villa that was everything we could have hoped for and more. The bedrooms were spacious and very comfortable. The en suites were equally spacious and well appointed, including some local wildlife, to be expected in an open style bathroom. The breakfast was filling and delicious, it was a nice touch having it prepared in the villa. As for the other food in the villa it was nice but got a little repetitive although there some great restaurants within walking distance. My wife went to the "Bali Deli" famous for their pastries and deserts as indicated on the Akasha website, not worth a visit for their famous pastries and deserts. We took our 10 month old son and found the villa to more baby friendly than our own home. The living area is huge with nice big couches for lounging. The kitchen was a massive plus when traveling with little ones. The pool was a great size and our three boys enjoyed it immensely.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Boston
heavenly retreatPosted Dec 7, 2011
The Akasha Bali is heaven. We spent a few days there in a lovely, spacious suite--all too few days-- and every aspect of the holiday was perfect. The facilities offer the most privacy I've ever experienced in a hotel. This is the place to get away from it all, or to celebrate a special occasion, in our case my husband's 60th. It's isolated from the crowds and offers fantastic service; the entire staff was tremendously kind and accommodating. Joseph was particularly helpful. I wanted to purchase a robe for my husband as a memento of this holiday; although the robes were out of stock, the staff went out of its way to find one for me. Lovely breakfast made in one's private dining room every morning, and a refreshing to-die-for cold drink on arrival. Beautiful landscaping--the pool area was gorgeous, frangipani blossoms falling into the water, a gentle, peaceful fountain at the far end. The architect must have been a genius, blending the inside and outside in perfect harmony. I loved the outdoor bath. You will not regret this. We look back on the experience with longing and nostalgia. Just as a note, one has to leave the premises for lunch and dinner if you don't want room service food; it will require a cab, but lots of good restaurants within a cab ride's distance.