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Hotel Sinar Bali

London
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Hotel Sinar Bali

Hello. I'm looking to stay at the Hotel Sinar Bali in November with my husband. I keep reading that it's a budget hotel which is fine with me but I've been quoted £30 a night for a bungalow. Is this too much? I'm sure it's cheaper walking in off the street but don't want to risk it being full! We usually stay at the Legian Village but want a change....

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Hel

Cheshire, United...
Destination Expert
for Bali, Amed
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3,365 posts
2 reviews
1. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

I haven't looked at the prices for the Sinar so is that booking directly with the hotel?

You could try some of the agents such as :

http://www.balifriendly.com/

http://www.balidiscovery.com/.

http://www.wego.com

http://www.asiarooms.com

http://ww.agoda.com

http://www.hoteltravel.com

http://www.expedia.com

http://www.hotelscombined.com

Perthlovetotravel looked around the Sinar & gave it the thumbs up as a good budget hotel.

Have you tried Kusnadi, it gets positive comments here on the forum & I've booked there for my next trip.

Australia
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326 posts
49 reviews
2. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

I think that's about right, on their website it says US$45 a night which is about 30 quid?

I considered staying here but ended up choosing the Kusnadi instead :)

Perth
Destination Expert
for Kuta, Lovina Beach, Singaraja, Baturiti, Bali
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7,939 posts
116 reviews
3. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

Look we looked through last september and were very happy with the look of it but when we went to book it they were asking much more than they had emailed me.

So obviously the price has gone up.

Nice big pool and rooms looked good.

At the end of the day it is budget but all the hotels have gone up and no exception with this one it seems.

PS I liked it much better than the Legian village.

Edited: 4:48 am, June 17, 2010
Perth, Australia
Level Contributor
305 posts
2 reviews
4. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

hi,

we got back end of april and we stayed at the Sinar for almost 3 weeks,they charged us 350,000rups a day with breakfast,we upgraded to a larger room at an extra 50000 a night "well worth it", so we were paying about $48-00aud pn.the staff are great and the pool is big,the food is ok and cheap as.We are back again in just a weeks time and are staying at the Kusnadi this trip,we compared the two and thought the Kusnadi was better and the price is 350,000 pn

coromandel
Level Contributor
31 posts
11 reviews
5. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

I have stayed here 3 times& they are always the first one's I contact when I am returning to Bali, the last 4 times I have gone to book with then they have been full (& this has been a few months prior to me wanting to stay) i love this place the location is great, it's back from the road so It is very peacefull at night, the staff are lovely & It always seems to have friendly down to earth people staying, often for very long periods & repeat stayers (speaks for itself really) you can contact them directly for a booking sinarbali@dps.centrin.net.id pretty sure the price you were quoted is standard, we paid Rp400,000 for a very large room for 3 of us, the last time we stayed, depends on the exchange rate at the time, but it worked out to be around $58 NZ dollars

London
3 posts
6. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

Thanks very much for your messages. I'll have a look at the Kusnadi too as that sounds good.

H

London
3 posts
7. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

Thanks very much for the email address, very helpful as I haven't had a reply from the one on the website!

H

Perth, Australia
10 posts
8. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

Mike,

which room did you upgrade to??? We want a triple but not sure whether to go standard or Bungalow???

Indide help would be much appreciated :-)

Cheers

Mandi

9. Re: Hotel Sinar Bali

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