This hotel had it all. Two huge and beautiful swimming pools - one with a swim up bar and the other with pool volley ball and a sand beach entry. Load of eating choices with an Indonesian, Asian, Italian and International Restaurants. Plus the Cheers Bar.
There was free table tennis - 2 tables a basketball hoop in a pool area, Beach volleyball. Plus there was yoga classes on the beach and pool aerobic classes.
The hotel also has a Spa complext attached to the hotel where there are tennis courts (2), squash courts(2), gym, lap pool, saunas and all other beauty therapies and massage. You pay extra for all of these services.
The room was a deluxe with a king size bed and a nice bathroom. The bed was firm, and I usually like a soft bed, yet I slept amazingly well. I think being so relaxed in this beautiful hotel resort made it so easy to sleep. Plus the air conditioner worked very well.
All the staff were amazing. The Balinese people and their lovely smiles and friendly and relaxed nature just makes you relaxed too.
The hotel was immaculately kept and it was quiet and serene everywhere you went. The gardens were so very beautiful with ponds. All the plants were named so it was like being in a botanical garden.
Breakfast was unbelievable. So much choice. The chocolate danish was to die for!! It was fun trying some of the unusual fruit of the Island too.
You really did feel like you were staying in Paradise at this lovely hotel. We walked down to Bali Collections which is a great shopping centre with many restaurants - all much more reasonably priced than eating at the Hotel and they had great entertainment also. I shopped at CoCo's which is a supermarket/variety store with very good pricese. Plus there is a small department store - like a mini DJ's. The rest of the shops were boutique style. I loved shopping through here except beware of the two fellows giving you tickets to win a prize. It is a bit of a con to get you to buy into a timeshare so dont fall for it!!
The were only a couple of negatives of the Hotel. One was the Business Centre.Even though we were at the hotel during a very quite time, it was hard to get onto a computer. Usually two or three of the five computers were not working and they were also very slow. There was no time limit so you luck out (like I did) if a couple of 15 year olds take up camp there and hog the computer. There is Wi Fi in the room so next time I will take my computer instead.
The other was the small choice of wine on the menu and the huge cost to buy a bottle of wine. All the $40 bottles were not available. So I had to buy a $63 bottle of wine!! The food prices at the Hotel were Australian prices also but even so, we still ate there a lot as it was so enjoyable.
The traders on the beach in front of the Hotel wear a numbered shirt so I think only licenced traders are allowed to deal there. We ended up having a massage on the beach every day for $10. They were also selling sarongs (I paid $8), jewelery and boat tours. I paid $35 for two people to go in a one hour glass bottom boat trip and we were the only ones on it.
I would not hesitate to go here again - a fantastic hotel!!!
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