We stayed here over New Year in three rooms. Two rooms were great, fairly modernised and clean. The third, while extremely spacious and boasting a verandah living area with daybed and hammock, was very dated with a musty smell and stains on the bedcovers. Towels smelled damp and the bath had been patched and had a water stain. Ask to see the rooms before deciding.
The restaurant had a serious fly problem but the waiters seemed unsure what to do about it - there were no flyswats or traps on the property.
Lovely pool - not too big, but perfect for lounging over noon, with a secure, shallow, kids' end.
Great beach area - although the beach is very rocky, they have put up decking and a shower and provide sun loungers beneath the shafe of a couple of trees. The snorkelling in front of the restaurant is very good, and even from the beach we saw a shark, and a ray leaping out of the water (obviously being chased by something big!)
The dive master is very good, and dives to the shipwreck at Tulamben were reasonably priced (€40) and well timed to avoid the crowds.
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- Hotel with Beachrestaurant in a big exotic garden- own Diveshop on the beach - 2 swimmingpool - shoppingcenter with ATM - bakery ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amed Cafe & Bungalows Hotel Amed
- Amed Cafe And Bungalows
- Amed Cafe Hotel
- Hotel Amed Cafe Bali