Ratings based on 25 Verified Reviews
2.3 Room cleanliness
2.8 Service & staff
2.3 Room comfort
2.4 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
DisappointedPosted Jun 28, 2017 on Hotels
The staff were very friendly and accommodating, however the room I got was a shocker especially for what I paid. If it was half that price I couldn't really complain but with a blocked drain, dripping toilet, stinky chemical smell, aircon remote not working (super cold) and inadequate lighting it was not up to scratch. The bed was quite comfy but I had to drag it from the wall to use the third wall socket to charge my phone. The pool was in disrepair and the domestic Indonesian tourists were inconsiderate and noisy at 6.30am, so no sleep ins. Set back from the beach in a tiny lane way it should have been cheaper but it was the end of ramadon so every where was triple the price and booked out. You get what you pay for I suppose, so if you are desperate ask for half the advertised price or check out everything in between.
by A verified traveler from Perth
Run awayPosted Mar 15, 2017 on Wotif
Dirty linen, towel and bathroom and breakfast really poor (toast, egg and water). Only stayed one night, but it was enough for a bad experience. I wouldn't recommend.
by A verified traveler
Great hotel and location for the price paidPosted Sep 22, 2015 on Hotels
It was great hotel for the price and location. I will certainly book this hotel again for my solo trip to Bali, no need to rent a motorbike or car, many great spots within walking distance and I didn't have to deal with the traffic jam.
Posted Jan 9, 2015 on Wotif
by Andrew from Malaysia
Hotel location is quite stategicPosted Jan 7, 2014
Pros: Its rustic looks & serenity
Cons: -Breakfast -cleanliness of room & towel
Location: location near to church, center of attraction, shopping etc
-Hotel staff at reception courteous & helpful -F&B Dept appears under-staff & breakfast services remain much to be desired in particular foods quality, varieties, taste etc. -room cleaning not done on daily basis & bath towel old/ worn out. -bathroom rundown.
by Nina from New Zealand - Christchurch
Posted Jan 1, 2014 on Wotif
Pros: The pool and the air conditioned room
Cons: The toilet was hard to flush
Facilities: Good; Value: Affordable; Only 2 min walk to Kutas main shopping mall
by Andrew from new zealand
Bit run downPosted Aug 26, 2013
Cons: Attention for detail
While the room is clean - however, the hotel is pretty empty. The room did not have any windows (except to view a wall). On arrival, we had to ask for toilet paper, batteries for the tv remote and mattress protector. The safe in the room did not work. The hotel is centrally located, but of concern is a dark alley that you have to walk down to the hotel from the main street and the mall. It is scary. Good points - were the cleanliness and a nice very cheap restaurant close buy.
by jam from malaysia
dont choose. .there are many hotels in kuta areaPosted May 24, 2013
Pros: Nothing interesting
The worst.Please choose other hotel.there are many budget hotel
nice stayPosted Jan 28, 2013 on Hotels
We just had one night before were leaving Bali. We had a nice stay. Clean and nice rooms
Comment from Hotel Management
Aug 26, 2013 by Nathan, Hotel Management
Dear Filip we would like to say thank you very much. we were glad to have you at nathan hotel. I hope, we will give you more than what you had when you were staying at nathan hotel.
by JC from Melbourne VIC, Australia
Never AgainPosted Jan 3, 2013
Location: Dark alley way, not safe at night, very far from main street.
I would have to say that the Nathan Hotel is the worst hotel I have ever checked. We arrived at around 11pm at night, the hotel is situated in a very dark alley quite far from the main road - I would not recommend anyone walk it alone at night. The reception was badly lit and the staff were sleeping on the floor of the hotel. We were shown our rooms and the condition of the room was disgusting - the paint was peeling off the walls, the shower tiles were mouldy, the towels that once upon a time were white, where black the list goes on forever. So much so that we left our luggage in the room and set off to find accommodation elsewhere, which we eventually found at 4am, whereby we checked out from the Nathan Hotel that morning.