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Get your act together trip advisor. The Hyatt Sanur has been closed for over 2 years and IF it reopens it won't be for at least another 2 years. The property is enclosed by an ugly green fence so whatever is left of the beautiful...More
The original Bali Hyatt Hotel does not exsist anymore. The gardens are there, the position of them is fantastic, they extend right onto the beach front. They will probably build another Hotel on this sight. I have travelled to Sanur over 33 times and I...More
Whilst I didn't do a tour of the gardens at the Hyatt, I doubt that you can. This hotel has been closed for renovations for a very long time.
The reason for my review is to plead with whoever is responsible for the site to...More
We stayed in the Hyatt when it was up and running for the Millennium New Year its a shame to see it not being used, but the gardens are a good walk about if you are into your gardening and live somewhere where you can...More
First of all, Heads of to the Gardeners !! you know how hard their job is when you see the whole hotel covered by the beautiful garden and lotuses !!
For me it was a peaceful adventure, all rooms have balcony which gives you natural...More
The only one left in Sanur. What amazing tropical garden right on the beautiful white sand beach. You will pampers your sight with many species of tropical plantation which had been there for a long time ago. I am impressed with the management who fully...More
I'm not really reviewing the resort, its still not open & from what I have established/found out the issue is land ownership dispute.
I wonder how Braid_BJ, Kolkata (Calcutta), India, stayed there recently review dated 2nd July.