I really enjoyed staying at Suly Resort. The young staff are phenomenal - we were treated like royalty. The place is stuffed full of eccentric Balinese character, and set in extensive, beautiful gardens.
However, be warned that the 'resort' (a slightly misleading term!) is crumbling. The place was probably the height of luxury in 1970, but it hasn't been renovated since. The rooms are huge, full of character, and have marble floors and grand onyx bathtubs- but desperately need TLC and a substantial amount of maintenance work. They are very clean though.
We booked Suli as a budget choice from a budget hotels website, and, for the price, our expectations were dramatically exceeded - you get a nightly turndown service, tea, coffee, biscuits, fresh fruit and inroom wifi, alongside a good pool and huge, marble floored rooms, all at a very competitive rate (if you don't mind a few dodgy bits of maintenance).
However, if we'd have booked expecting a modern and luxurious resort as is advertised on their official website, we'd have been sorely disappointed.
Even so, as it stands, I had an excellent stay in a budget spot, and would totally recommend it to other budget travellers.
One note: Balinese spellings are confusingly fluid, and the management interchangeably use 'Suly Resort' and 'Suli Resort' in advertising this place - both names refer to this same spot.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking