"Nice hotel,easy going in Kuta beach,pubs and resta"
We stayed in Seminyak and had a wonderful time. Took Jetstar in economy over and were in 2nd last row and even then by time off plane purchasing VOA and Immigration took about 1 hour - wasn't too bad. Departing last night Jetstar was late by one hour but we had paid to go Business class so not that bad. Sat in Premier Lounge - not a great selection of food or wine ( wine is my thing ) but enjoyable anyway. Of course new airport is underway and things may be different once that is up and running. We didn't get sick or robbed or bitten. Yes footpaths are broken and or missing and some smells but that didn't deter us. People friendly and so polite. The weather was just fantastic. When asked to take what looked like post cards we politely said " no thank you " and that was the last of it. Bintan beer mostly $2.50 very cheap and was the food and we ate in good restaurants - La Lucciola, Breeze, Sardine, Sarong and Metis. As we had breakfast supplied at The Samaya we didn't need lunch and we were given fruit salad by the pool and afternoon tea so only dinner was required. Enjoyed Sarong in particular. We used hand sanitizer and luckily for us we didn't get the dreaded dire - rear. Had a driver take us to Ubud and Jimbaran Bay and through Kuta. Mostly this was a relaxing one week there. Manicures, pedicures, hair , massage was so cheap - roughly $8 - we had these done at Body Works in Seminyak.
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kendra Gallery, Kuta Beach, and Legian Beach. Tuban Beach and …More
Was pleased when we arrived to discover that we got exactly what we saw in pictures. No nasty surprises. The bed was really comfy and the air conditioned room was wonderful. The staff was more than helpful and any questions were answered with kindness. The only downside, and this could have just been our room, but getting hot water in the shower was difficult, the tub got hot water but the shower never seemed to warm up. It wasn't really an issue though
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Offering direct access to the beach, this Kuta resort is in the entertainment district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Beachwalk …More
Global travelers arrive at nearby Ngurah Rai Airport and head to Kuta for bargain shopping, budget accommodations, and an active nightlife scene at the city's restaurants, bars, discos, and clubs. During the day, Kuta's white sand beaches offer ideal surfing conditions for novice surfers catching their first wave. Scooter rentals, known as ojeks, are a convenient way to explore Kuta and beyond.