I stayed here for three nights in March whilst completing my Advanced Open Water Course with Jukung Dive. The accommodation was reasonably priced. On arrival to the bungalows, you walk up some steps of a walled area, so the bungalows cannot be seen from the road. In order to get to your accommodation you walk along a wooden pathway where underneath there is a fish pond. There are seating areas with loungers to relax in and the pool is right outside the accommodation.
I stayed in the twin room on my own. On arrival, the room was clean and well presented. There was well functioning air con and a digital safe. To my delight, there was an open air bathroom attached to the room which meant you were showering being able to hear the sea and all the wildlife around you. The showers have hot water and the bathrooms are kept very clean.
The breakfast that was included was basic - toast, orange juice and a selection of teas - but was satisfactory for me. There was the option to supplement this with other breakfast items if desired. You can eat dinner at the bungalows restaurant also, and they have a wide writer including western and Balinese foods, which were delicious.
A note to women travelling on their own (as I was) - I felt very safe and well looked after for the whole of my stay and during my diving. The accommodation was secure and I had no concerns.
I had a very pleasant stay in the bungalows and would definitely stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our spacious bungalows all have seaview on the Amed bay and have a 3 steps access to one of our pools.Terraces are next to the bungalows.They have AC,private bathroom with hot water,safe,wifi.Nextdoor you will find our PADI 5 star dive resort Jukung Dive that welcomes divers from all levels and our famous restaurant ''Cafe Senang'' that serves breakfast lunch and dinner. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pondok Bukit Bungalows Amed, Bali